2023 Lego Challenge Program
Registration for the 2023 Spring Lego Challenge Program is
OPEN FEB. 24, 2023 and CLOSES March 12, 2023. See Details Below.
We are currently enrolling a limited 30 students for the Spring Lego Challenge Program. Additional students will be waitlisted and accepted depending on availability of volunteers. Priority will be given to students with volunteering parents/adults and for 5th grade students who will be graduating this year.
Registration begins February 24, 2023. Last Day to Register March 12, 2023
Registrations will be confirmed by March 13th by email. First day of Lego Club March 20th, 2023.
The Lego Challenge Program is geared for students ages 5 and up and is held on campus on Mondays 3-4:30pm. Scholarships available to those who qualify. Please contact us.
Sunset Hills Lego Club Spring Membership - 6 sessions beginning on March 20 and ending on May 8, 2023. Meeting dates are: March 20, March 27, April 3, April 24, May 1, May 8.
Snack - Students are encouraged to bring their own snack. Additional snack choices available for free.
Access to Club Equipment: Lego Club Lego, Lego Challenge specialty equipment (Shake Table, Ramps, etc..), WeDo 2.0 Robotics kits and Chromebooks (depending on student ability and Challenge of the week), and Spike Prime Robotics kits (for 4th and 5th grade students).
Please note that this is an educational program and students are asked to be engaged during the program time. If you are a parent who is unsure of whether your child is suited for this program, please reach out to us.
Volunteering: Due to limited parent volunteer staff, children of parent/related volunteers with appropriate volunteer credentials through the school office will receive priority registration. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering.
Registration for 2023 Lego Challenge Program - $35 for 1st Child. $20 for each additional child.
Submission of ALL registration info and full payment must be completed before registration will be considered as complete. Please register one student at a time.