Youth (7-18yrs)

We are proud to announce that we will be sponsoring the 2017 Waukesha Colleges Science and Engineering Fair (WaCSEF) on February 25, 2017!

WaCSEF

This fair brings together high school students from around Waukesha and the surrounding countries, to showcase their knowledge and expertise in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math! Projects will span the fields in the areas of physics, math, computer sciences, medicine/health, behavior/social science, biology, chemistry/biochemistry, environmental science, and engineering.  WaCSEF is a SE Wisconsin wide, fair and is open to any high school that does not have a regional fair in their surrounding area.  

Click here to see the flyer!

Click here for the WaCSEF website and information on how to register for this event! 

Want to become a sponsor this event? Contact Jim Jaeschke 

Get Ready for the ACT!

Our ACT test preparation class will cover test taking strategies sure to help you succeed on the test.  We also offer classes called "Writing for the ACT and Your Future!" and 
"ACT: Just the Math, Please!"

ACT

View our full list of College Preparation Classes

 

 

Youth Learning

Whether your child is interested in LEGOs, computers, space or engineering, we have programs to educate and entice!

 

Here is a sampling of our Youth Learning offerings for the winter and spring: 

  • Building our Future Through LEGOs (sessions for grades 3-8)

  • Exploring Astronomy and Space: Grades 6-9

  • Advanced LEGO Mindstorms

All of the classes listed above are taught by our experienced instructor, Dennis Roscoe. 

Meet Your Instructor!

Dennis Roscoe

Dr. Dennis Roscoe holds a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Neurophysiology from the University of Arizona, School of Medicine. He was a professor of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University and a professor of Neurology at UW-Madison. He has combined his engineering and medical background to design and develop medical devices and has been the founder and president of two medical device companies. For the last ten years, he has also developed a passion for astrophotography and currently owns and operates his own personal observatory.