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Kyran Anderson Academy

STEM Outreach

Summer 2022 is FULL!

Scholarship opportunities still available for young female students who have already registered for Summer 2022.

Kyran Anderson Academy’s middle school sister program, Imhotep Academy, is still accepting young female students for Summer 2022.

Kyran Anderson Academy

Program Overview:

Kyran Anderson Academy is a one-week summer enrichment program for rising third through sixth graders designed to enhance students’ enthusiasm and preparation for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) with a particular emphasis on reaching underserved and students historically underrepresented in STEM disciplines. Students actively discover the wonder of STEM through inquiry-based activities, field trips, presentations, and career exploration activities with STEM professionals.


Rising 3rd – 6th


June 27 – July 1, 2022; 9:00 am to 4:00 pm  


The Science House, Centennial Campus, North Carolina State University

Theme: Future Energy

For one week in the summer of 2022, rising 3-6 graders will become engineers as Kyran Anderson Academy explores the future of energy science and the students engage in various activities associated with renewable energy and sustainability including: wind power, solar power, bioreactors, and more! They’ll use what they’ve learned to build their own models of sustainable energy, and develop an understanding of how energy production shapes the world around us. All programming will take place at The Science House on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus.

Registration Schedule:

Online Applications are open.  Apply Now!

Registration closes February 4. Registration has been extended!

Mandatory Orientation (for Parents and Students): Thursday, May 26, 2022

Location Details:

The Science House
Suite 1200
909 Capability Dr. (NC State Centennial Campus)
Raleigh NC, 27695


Tuition is $200 with a $25 early registration discount. Limited scholarships are available. Registration fees are non-refundable; however, unused registration fees can be applied to future program sessions.


Alonzo Brandon Alexander, Ph.D., Program Director