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Helping to forge future engineers, scientists, and leaders!

Learning should be fun!  We use exciting hands-on projects, summer camps and classes to stimulate interest in science and engineering.

Big changes are underway at our facility! The Robotic Solutions 6-Axis CNC machine is opening up a whole new level of fabrication capability.  Our Robot Gladiators arena protects spectators during intense battles.  The H.A.B. classroom gives us a tightly controlled work space for our youngest students.  You might even get to see some of our past favorite devices getting prepped for a new tour of duty.

Recent renovations have increased the quantity and quality of Newton’s Attic’s classroom and work space to 6,000 square feet of higher quality space. The open warehouse has been climate controlled and made into a multi-purpose area that can be partitioned into smaller learning areas or converted into open space to house large projects or events as needed.

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Fantastic Teachers for Fall Break 2018! Three science teachers and two engineers will lead the seven offerings over Fall Break 2018 at Newton's Attic. Kentucky Teacher of the Year, Ms. Melanie Trowel, Tates Creek Middle science teacher, Ms. Marlana Presley, and high school science teacher and former Georgia Tech summer camp instructor, Parker Owen, will join the ever-popular Joel Damron (Manufacturing Engineer) and the lovely Vanya Bistrekova (Biosystems Engineer) of Newton's Attic to offer 3D Printing, Kerbal Space, Chemistry, Lego Robo Sumo, Ozo Coding, Maker Mania and Camp Catapult on October 4th and 5th when Fayette and other counties are off for Fall Break. ... See MoreSee Less

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