Student Programs

Student Programs

The future success and leadership of our country lie in the hands of the students emerging with degrees in STEM. The Science House student programs motivate and prepare K-12 students, especially the underserved and underrepresented, to study and work in STEM fields. Whether you are a K-12 student interested in participating in one of The Science House’s many programs across the state or an NC State student wanting to make a difference, The Science House has a place for you.

  • Upcoming Programs for Students (Registration Live)
    Explore The Science House’s year-round and summer programs and find one that fits your interests. Check back periodically for new offerings.
  • Ag-Discovery Summer Camp (15-17 year olds / Each Summer)
    Learn about careers in plant science at a two-week residential camp on NC State’s campus.
  • Catalyst (9th-12th Graders / A Yearlong Program)
    Catalyst is a high school program designed to create STEM opportunities for students with disabilities.
  • Imhotep Academy (6th-8th Graders / Each Fall, Spring, and Summer)
    Discover the wonder of science through a year-round program that incorporates hands-on investigations, laboratory tours, field trips, and communication with STEM professionals.
  • Kyran Anderson Academy (3rd-6th Graders / Each Summer)
    Discover STEM through inquiry-based activities, field trips, presentations, and career exploration activities with STEM professionals at this one-week, non-residential program.
  • NC Science Olympiad (K-12th Graders / Each Year)
    Get involved with interscholastic tournaments on university, college, and public school campuses across North Carolina.
  • Tundrabots (7th-12th Graders / Fall and Spring)
    Using the motivational effects of FIRST Tech Challenge robotics to inspire and excite future generations of researchers, engineers, and scientists.