Of course! We truly think that we are the best STEM enrichment center. We believe that we have what it takes to help the youth in our center become GREAT. But don’t just take our word for it…. hear what our customers have to say…..
“My 5 year old attended a birthday party here. Coolest birthday party ever! He had so much fun! They made slime, built things out of Legos and Snap Circuits, got to interact with robotics made from Legos, played Wii, arts and crafts, this list goes on! All the girls and boys were thoroughly entertained the length of the party! We’ll be checking out the camps and other activities they offer for sure!” Tiffany J.
“We hosted a Girl Scouts STEM night here for grades K-5 and were so pleased with how everything went. The girls had a great time and looking forward to coming back. We’re hoping to organize another event for the older girls too!” Deanna C.
TYKE Center is an amazing, little oasis. My children ask to go there all the time! My name is Jennifer Militello and I volunteered to share our personal experiences at the TYKE Center in an effort to express my gratitude for igniting their desire to learn. TYKE Center is an inviting, nurturing place for children to learn and discover; exposing students to science, math and engineering through fun, engaging and inspiring ways. Through hands-on learning, they are increasing knowledge, encouraging creative thinking, working collaboratively in teams, using data analysis and problem solving skills.
The founders of the TYKE Center, Steve and Keisha Ross, just have that “IT” factor – that right balance of making learning fun, engaging and inspiring. They have a passion for promoting STEM literacy in children and it¹s apparent in every aspect of the TYKE Center. Steve and Keisha are giving children the gift of a head-start by building their self-esteem and confidence.
One of my favorite quotes from Muhammad Ali is….. “Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they have been given rather than explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an option. Impossible is not a declaration. It¹s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary.”
Children enter the TYKE Center with curiousity and leave with the confidence to build their dream. When children enter the TYKE Center, they know that anything is possible. Steve and Keisha have given my children the confidence to become innovators and inventors and I can¹t wait to see what the summer holds for them at the TYKE Center! Jennifer M.