Rising fifth- to eighth-graders, are invited to participate in a summer program where they will investigate problems, design solutions, and explore a variety of STEM fields. The Barclay Summer STEM Academy is a summer-learning/school-year extension program where students apply math and literacy skills to solve a variety of real-world problems. The Whiting School partnered with Lockheed Martin to present the three-week program, which includes daily enrichment activities plus occasional field trips and assemblies.
This year's Summer STEM Academy begins on Monday, July 9, and ends on Friday, July 27, with a student showcase for family and community members. The program meets from 8:30 to 3 p.m. at Barclay Elementary/Middle School located in the Homewood community.
Register on the Barclay Hopkins STEM Partnership page of the Whiting School of Engineering website).
The Barclay Summer STEM Academy is offered by Barclay Elementary/Middle School in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University.
For more information, or to register, visit the Barclay Summer STEM Academy page of the Whiting School of Engineering website.