Celebrating 20 years of STEM innovation
The Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis is dedicated to inspiring future generations of innovators through space mission simulations and other STEM education programs. It is part of a worldwide network of over 40 Centers founded by the families of the astronauts tragically lost during the 1986 Challenger space shuttle mission.
News & Events
Two educators–Lori Kremer, first-grade teacher at Bermuda Elementary, and Jackie Blumer, 6th/7th grade science teacher at Greenville Junior High, were nominated by the Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis for two different national educator awards
As the list of schools, attractions, and businesses continues to grow, we wanted to make you aware of how the Challenger Learning Center is handling the...
Check out this article published in St. Louis County's Community News. In it Challenger Learning Center St Louis' Tasmyn Scarl Front talks about how two...
November 11, 2019 The Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis has received an $80,000 grant from The Boeing Company for its STEM Igniter program. The program...
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