Georgia Tech

Program Highlights 

Horizons at Georgia Tech launched in 2013 with 36 students and currently serves 130 rising first through ninth grade students in 2017. The program will start high school programming in school year 2017-2018 to help prepare Horizons students for entry into post-secondary educational institutions. This Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) focused program partners with Centennial Academy and Drew Charter School. Students learn to code and conduct hands-on STEAM experiments weekly. Students have access to Georgia Tech staff, faculty and students through lab visits and guest speakers. Robust school year program includes an after school program with homework assistance, hands-on STEAM experiments, and life skills training. The program also has family engagement events during the school year.

Program Dates

June 7 - July 14

Feeder Schools

Contact Information

Sirocus Barnes

(404) 894-9707

sirocus.barnes@ceismc.gatech.edu

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