Where’s the location of the Math Tournament, STEM Week activities, and the Pi Day Celebration? Online! You can easily access all the activities from your browser. We will hold our LIVE events in our online platform, and send more information to all families who confirm the registration and identity for safety.
When is STEM Week? 3.14 -3.18 (that’s March 14th – 18th, 2021).
How old do I have to be to participate? STEM Week is for homeschoolers in 3rd – 12th grade, under the age of 18 years old.
Is this REALLY a free event? Y-E-S!!! As free as the Pythagorean theorem. Or Euler’s formula. You get my drift! Pi-Day Celebrations are FREE to join! You can participate in the rest of our STEM Week activities for only $19.99!
How can I help? We appreciate your support! Visit our shop and purchase a t-shirt, mug, weekly planner, and more for yourself, a homeschooler, a teacher, friend, colleague, neighbor, the guy at the convenience store, your dear Aunt Sally (ha! math jokes…get it, PEMDAS). Alright, support our shop please! And if you are a Math whiz or super-duper planner, Contact Us and volunteer to help make this event a success!
How much time will STEM Week take to complete the activities? It’s up to you! Login to our online platform and participate in as many activities as you’d like! Our live events such as the Pi Day celebration and weekday activities will also be held in our online learning platform.
I have a different question that’s not listed here. Awesome, Contact Us.
STEM Week is FREE!
Join us for the FREE Math Tournament, STEM Week, and Pi Day Celebration before slots are filled up! Hurry and register today!
My daughter and I are so excited to start a new school year with Dolphin STEM Academy! The support from...
Dolphin STEM Academy
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