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Join us on Saturday, April 29 for an exciting day of free summer tasters for students and thought-provoking seminars for parents. Hear from our founder Renée Boey, STEM program director Mei Chen, and guest speaker and SAT/ACT expert Peter Kaufman of Arborbridge!

Plus, a special summer discount:

Bring a fellow parent (new to Baker & Bloom) and both of you get 5% off a summer course!

Summer Course Tasters

for students

Free Tasters
Free Seminars


for parents

inspirED STEM: More than Coding, Robots, and Legos 

11:00 – 11:45am

Speaker: Mei Chen »

Why is there so much buzz about programming? What does a meaningful Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) education entail in the digital age? Mei Chen, spearhead of our new STEM program, will address these important questions and debunk the myths surrounding STEM education.

Inside Baker & Bloom with our Founder 

12:00 – 12:45pm

Speaker: Renée Boey »

What goes on inside our classrooms and behind-the-scenes? What educational trends do we respond to? How is the B&B approach to teaching reading, writing, and thinking unique? What's in store for this summer? Our founder and educational director Renée will be happy to answer your questions about learning at B&B. 

Gaming the Test: How Every Student Can Beat the SAT & ACT

2:00 – 2:45pm

Speaker: Peter Kaufman »

What matters more to your SAT/ACT score, training or talent? Peter Kaufman, Master Tutor for ArborBridge, a top-tier online test prep service, will explain how the right preparation and right strategy can radically improve every student’s score.

STEM for Young Children

4:00 – 4:45pm

Speaker: Mei Chen »

What is the appropriate age to start STEM? When and how do children decide on a STEM career? Mei Chen, longtime teacher and aerospace engineer, will shed light on how interest in STEM evolves and enhances brain development throughout childhood. She will also introduce tools to enrich your child’s STEM journey!

Innovating and Learning in the 21st Century

5:00 – 5:45pm

Speaker: Renée Boey »

What technological, social, and cultural changes will shape our children’s future? Adapting to change, solving problems, and creating a better future call for new levels of creativity, critical thinking, resilience, and flexibility that aren’t easy to cultivate.  How can we help our children to do so? Renée will discuss how 21st-century education must evolve to empower students to innovate and flourish amidst change.

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