Orlando Science Center Afterschool

Duke STEM Field Day at the Orlando Science Center, photo by Roberto Gonzalez

Limited space available – Program begins January 17, 2017.

Orlando Science Center Afterschool is an immersive program that gives students in grades K-5 an opportunity to develop their skills with hands-on STEM activities.

This program runs Monday – Friday.

About Orlando Science Center Afterschool

The program will provide an interdisciplinary approach to various STEM topics in an afterschool environment that fosters skill development over time while encouraging existing interests and passions. Through engagement in project-based activities, students will be provided with opportunities for self-direction and access to various disciplines such as arts, social studies, and more.



Orlando Science Center will offer transportation from Princeton Elementary, Hillcrest Elementary, Audubon Park Elementary, and Fern Creek Elementary. Orlando Science Center will require a minimum of 15 registrations from each school before transportation can be guaranteed. Additionally, families may provide their own transportation for students to Orlando Science Center.


$90 per week for General Public
$80 per week for Members
$50 One Time Registration Fee

O'Neill Headstart at Orange Center Elementary, photo by Roberto Gonzalez

Orlando Science Center is offering scholarships to qualifying students; scholarships are available on a limited basis, so apply now for consideration.

Snacks, outdoor recess time, and homework assistance are also included with this program. In addition to the group activities, kids will get the opportunity to do self-directed, project-based activities and explore everything the Science Center has to offer each day.

Learn more at the Open House Saturday, December 10!

See OSC’s classrooms, preview Afterschool activities, and meet some of the teachers!
Saturday, December 10 | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Visit the Orlando Science Center Afterschool webpage for more information on registration and scholarships.

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