The STEAM Lab has Exciting News!

Last spring, The Christ School applied to be part of the GE Additive Education Program, a global STEM initiative to build an ecosystem for 3D printing in education by networking students, machines and content via the Polar Cloud.  The Christ School STEAM program was selected into the Program’s third year class (2019-20)!  GE Additive Education received 3,487 registrations from 48 countries and qualified 1,224 schools.  We are thrilled to have been selected from this large pool of applicants!  As part of this grant program, we have received an additional 3D Printer and curriculum for 3D design and modeling.

Our award was made possible by the generosity of GE Additive, the Program’s founding sponsor. GE Additive has made a $10 million commitment over five years to provide educational institutions access to 3D printers and develop future talent in additive manufacturing. We thank GE Additive for its leadership and commitment to our children’s future.

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