In 2016, the students began to participate in STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Once a week, children in Grades K-6 receive instruction designed to:
Weekly sessions range from a 30-minute "taste" for kindergarten to 90-minute sessions for senior primary.
During the early sessions of STEM, passers-by may have noticed children:
STEM classes accommodate 16-18 students.
A mark for Science and Technology is provided at the end of each semester based on performance in the STEM class.