Great news from the White House and Department of Education! We'll be keeping our ear to the ground for details on this new STEM education grant program for women and minorities. We'll also directly contact our school partners as more information is released. Here's the announcement.Read More
PS 201Q, the Discovery School for Inquiry and Research, was in the news with the official ribbon cutting of their new STEAM SmartLab. The SmartLab, along with a Student Broadcast Studio from Creative Learning Systems was funded through a $400,000 allocation by city councilman Rory Lancman along with money from the Magnet Schools Assistance Program.Read More
This is a fun time of year at Creative Learning Systems. All of our hard work over the summer is richly rewarded as students see their new school SmartLabs for the first time and we hear the reactions.Read More
Jenks Public Schools (OK) students profile the Jenks Freshman Academy SmartLab STEM program in this engaging video. Enjoy!Read More
Flossmoor School District 161 (IL) announced a generous donation from alumnus Allan DiCastro to fund the district's first SmartLab. DiCastro's generous donation of up to $200,000 will fund a SmartLab at Serena Hills Elementary where he was a student in the early 1970's.Read More
An elementary school in Denver, Colorado, saw a spike in standardized math scores following the implementation of a Creative Learning Systems SmartLab STEM center.
Samuels Elementary School, located in southeast Denver, is an extremely diverse school with more than 500 students who speak a collective 26 languages. Nearly 75 percent of students are on free and reduced lunch.Read More
St. Joseph's Episcopal School in Boynton Beach, FL created this video to introduce their STREAM initiative (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) to the school community. Enjoy!Read More