(612) 800-2036

100 W 66TH S


07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday


123 456 789

Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

Student Project Based Learning

A personalized inquiry based learning experience in a small safe environment.

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Our Mission and Vision

We strive to equip all students with knowledge, character and skills they will need in life.

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We are currently accepting applications for the upcoming school year from K - 12 grade.

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Why Choose Scitech?

SciTech Academy takes a whole-child approach to elementary education. Teachers, administrators, counselors, and support staff work together…

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Our School

Scitech uses the natural curiosity of children to teach math, reading and critical thinking skills. Our teaching Staff is gifted, our classes small, that way you child gets the focus and education they deserve.

Principal's Message

It is with great honor to welcome you SciTech Academy. I have been in education for 10 plus years as a teacher, Counselor, and Advance Academic Academic Advisor. This will be my …read more.

School Video

Watch our 2018 Open House video. Our aim is that every child reaches their full potential academically and attains the highest possible level they could in their career and life.

Now Accepting 2018-19 Enrollment

Please click on the enrollment button to start the enrollment process now. We look forward to having your child at Scitech!

Scitech Academy

Our program is designed to help students fall in love with learning through practice, reading fiction and nonfiction, theoretically solving mathematical problems, understanding scientific examination, finding their own voice to respond to questions, collaborating on class projects, planning a peer review, and discovering artistic talents. Students gain a strong foundation of core knowledge and critical thinking skills. Our vigorous hands on curriculum to real world experiences, infusing additional joy into the school day, and exposing students to cultural experiences that they may not otherwise access.