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The Art Muse STEAM & Grow summer program focuses on not only strengthening the fundamentals of Math and ELA but also creativity and problem-solving skills through various STEM and ART activities. Our Professional Teachers will help and guide the students.

Meet Our Professional Teachers!

Peter Han : NYS Certified Teacher, BA in Physics at Stony Brook, MA in Education at Columbia University

David Chun : School Counselor at Long Island City, PhD candidate in Urban Education at NYU

Sarah Jung : Art Educator/Therapist ATR, MA at Hofstra University

Rachel Zang : Freelancer Artist /Educator, BA at The Cooper Union

Alexia Ochoa : Art Educator / BA at SUNY Purchas College


Math / Critical Reading  / Creative Writing / Vocabluary / Book Discussion


Coding / Robotics / Lego Engineering / Science / Origami / Edison’s ArtLab / Papillons's Principle Drawing

Field Trip Friday

Science & Art Museum / Aquarium / Movie & POP / Indoor Trampoline Park / Bowling / Park Ourdoor Activities & More

Tuition & Fees

- Early Bird Registration Must be paid full by April 15 2023.

- For Regular enrollment, pay 50% at registration and pay remaining 50% by June 1.

- Field trip fee is not included. Packed lunch must be brought on all Field Trip activities.

- Schedule may change due to adverse weather conditions or factors beyond our control.

 * All siblings of a registered student will receive a 5% discount from the tuition.

STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics – is about learning about the rules in our natural space through an interdisciplinary, problem-based approach. STEAM promotes critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and innovation through hands-on learning experiences. Here are some reasons why STEAM is important for children:

  1. Future jobs demand for people with STEAM-related skills to find creative, innovative solutions to 21st-century problems.

  2. Critical thinking skills are nurtured through students asking meaningful questions and finding self-driven solutions.

  3. By combining different disciplines, children are encouraged to think outside the box and come up with new and refreshing ideas.

  4. By engaging in hands-on activities and projects, students can see how the skills they are learning can be directly applied to solve real-world problems.

What is STEAM and Why is it important for Children?

Class Details

Scratch Coding Class

Scratch was developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to allow children to create interactive stories, games, and animations through rudimentary coding techniques, providing the perfect gateway to learning about Information Technology (IT).


Instructor : David Chun

Lego Engineering Class

The ever-popular Lego Engineering gets students to think critically by designing and building a myriad of purpose-built gadgets and structures for a hands-on approach to learning about engineering, allowing students to build up essential skills in problem-solving and collaboration.

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Instructor : Peter Han

Robotics Class

Robotics is a combination of coding skills and Lego Engineering, where students create various robots to solve various problems. Robotics develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills while boosting creativity and communication skills as they plan and make robots for a specific job at hand.

Instructor : Peter Han

Edison's Art Lab

Edison's Art Lab Class is a fusion art activity that enhances scientific and logical thinking skills through fun art activities. Using various scientific principles, the class combines technology and art/design to create various products, environments, and spaces that are needed in real life.

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Instructor : Peter Han

                   Sarah Jung

Origami Class

Origami not only helps students develop their fine motor skills, but also expands their concentration and promotes relaxation. Also, it enhances spatial awareness by transforming 2D shapes into 3D objects and teaches geometry concepts such as fractions, symmetry, and angles. Most importantly, it provides a creative outlet for students as it invites them to make mesmerizing objects from cranes to planes!


Instructor : Alexia Ochoa

Papillon's Principle Drawing Class

Papillon's Principle Drawing involves using the force and direction of lines, gravity, tension, and other natural phenomena to create more realistic and natural-looking drawings. By understanding and applying these principles, students can learn be more creative while maintaining to draw accurately and realistically.

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Instructor : Rachel Zang

Say goodbye to Summer Slide and prepare the next year with confidence! 

Math & ELA Class

Academics are important. Academically strong students are more likely to perform well on standardized tests and succeed in high education and in their careers. Beyond that, strong academics build confidence in students. Small slips in academics today may lead to continued failures down the road and affect the students’ self-esteem for the rest of their lives.


While students in other academic programs simply go through worksheets, our certified teachers with 10 plus years of experience promise that every work that the students do is meaningful while ensuring that they truly understand each and every topic at their grade level.


Diagnose    →    Supplement    →     Prepare   →   Succeed



All students will first go through a diagnostic period to reveal their academic strengths and weaknesses, which will then inform our teachers on how to proceed with each student. Some will need reviews here and there while others will be ready to move ahead. At the end of the program, you will receive your child’s progress report to see the fruits of their hard work. Rest assured that every student will be at their full potential to tackle the upcoming school year!

Instructor : Peter Han

                   David Chun

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