Summer STEM program Camp Invention comes to Scottsdale

Camp Invention, nonprofit summer enrichment camp program will be held at Scottsdale’s Laguna Elementary School, June 10-14. Camp Invention, a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale student is named among top young scientists in country

Akshaya Venkatesh, a 14-year old STEM student from BASIS Scottsdale, is among top young scientists in the country. She is a top 30 finalist in [...] Continue Reading →

Q&A: Code Ninjas promotes value of technical education

Name: Jason Sym Occupation: Code Ninjas Scottsdale’s owner Why you chose to work in the technology field: Because technology makes life easier, [...] Continue Reading →

Copper Ridge students named state winners in STEM Competition

For the second year in a row, Copper Ridge School students dominated Arizona’s annual statewide E-Cybermission competition with sixth graders [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale student named Top 30 finalist in STEM competition

Arjun Moorthy, a student at BASIS Scottsdale, has been named a Top 30 finalist in the Broadcom MASTERS — a prestigious Science, Technology, [...] Continue Reading →

Carefree Kiwanis back STEM partnership at Lone Mountain Elementary

Lone Mountain Elementary School, in Cave Creek Unified School District, agreed to a three-year partnership with the Arizona Science Center on [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD approves student-request for robotics in the classroom

Keeping a commitment made to a group of high school students six weeks ago, the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board voted June 20 [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s LITAS For Girls receives $2.5K for STEM outreach

The Society for Science & the Public has announced it is awarding a $2,5000 STEM Action Grant to LITAS For Girls, a Scottsdale-based nonprofit [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale students sweep Arizona-division STEM competition

Three sixth grade teams from Scottsdale’s Copper Ridge School swept the state’s E-Cybermission competition for their grade’s competition, taking [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale elementary robotics team heads to world competition

In an almost empty elementary school campus in Scottsdale on a Monday afternoon in March, the cries of joy, defeat and loss could be heard [...] Continue Reading →