Our after school programs (for ages 5 to 12) offer STEAM-based projects for girls to discover their potential and build their confidence in an environment that’s free of gender comparisons and biases.


Our after school program for girls aged 5 to 12 years offers a curriculum and an environment where girls have the freedom to explore their interests, abilities and potential without the limits of shoulds and should nots. Our unique content has been developed in consultation with educators who are passionate about raising strong and confident girls. They are a diverse group with years of training, as well as domestic and international experiences in the fields of science, art, technology, music and social sciences. They are committed to creating a journey of self-discovery for girls rich with tools, resources and support so they can leverage their self-awareness into writing their own success stories.

Our multi-disciplinary program uses the principles of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) to create hands-on projects that focus on mental, social and emotional enrichment. The projects present topics through storytelling narratives, making it fun and engaging for girls to learn new concepts, while being challenged to push their boundaries, stimulate innovation and seek out their true interests. Each 12-week module is anchored in a contemporary theme that resonates with girls (e.g. Girls as superheroes, Design your own fashion Label, Summer carnival soiree etc.), while each weekly session builds upon an aspect of the theme – with the goal of developing one more of the 7 essential life skills.


The weekly sessions are structured around three types of activities:



Critical thinking and problem solving through new challenges



Strong minds and self-confidence by channeling individual creativity



With a community bonded by a common purpose and mutual respect


By creating an open environment where girls feel empowered to take risks and embrace new experiences, we are able to cultivate the confidence they need to express their authentic individuality. But theyaren’t in it alone. Along their journey of self-exploration, they are supported by a community who shares their purpose and inspires them to take ownership of their place in the world.