Learn More About Our
STEM-Centered Micro School.

What is a Micro School?

A micro school is a small community of students and educators offering more personalized and flexible learning than a traditional private school.

Middle schoolers visit the Charlotte Urban Design Center to get ideas for their Cities of the Future engineering design challenge.

Our micro school is a STEM-centered hybrid program designed for 1st through 10th-grade students.

We host three sessions per year: Fall, Winter, and Spring. In each session, we present core science and engineering, alongside global studies and world history, in a fun and engaging format.

Classes take place in Charlotte, NC.

** Our Friday Micro School is full for the Fall 2022 session. Winter 2023 enrollment will open in November. Please join our email list, located on our Home Page, to learn about upcoming classes.**

2022-23 Enrollment Information:

Next year, we will be studying chemistry, chemical engineering, and global studies.

2022-23 Session themes are as follows:

Fall 2022: Mineralogy & The Science of Matter (9/19 - 11/18)

Winter 2023: Chemistry, Geography & Climatology (1/9 - 3/10)

Spring 2023: Marine Chemistry & All Things Water (3/20 - 5/26)

We have designed next year's sessions in such a way that high school students will be able to earn 1 full credit of coursework with labs (120+ hours) after completing all 3 sessions.

Fall 2022 Topics:

  • The Basics of Chemistry
  • All About Matter
  • Atomic Theory & Electron Configuration
  • Elements & The Periodic Table
  • Environmental Science
  • Mineralogy
  • Applying the Scientific Method and Engineering Design Process to independent projects.

The required study guide for 7th-10th graders is Everything You Need to Ace Chemistry in One Big Fat Notebook by Workman Publishing. As usual, we will also provide supplemental readings, videos, practice problems, lab assignments, and design challenges.

Lead Facilitators:

GeAndra "Ge" Imoudu

Founder | Executive Director | Science + Engineering Facilitator

GeAndra "Ge" Imoudu, an engineer, artist and mom of 3, is a New Orleans, LA native living in Charlotte, NC. She holds a B.S. in Science, Technology and Society from Stanford University, M.S. in Engineering from Tulane University, graduate certificate in Design Thinking from the MIT Sloan School of Management, and MicroMasters® in Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Maryland. Ge was an engineering project manager for 10 years before creating and leading PreK-12th grade STEM education programs across the Carolinas. She is currently working towards a doctorate in leadership and learning in organizations at Vanderbilt University.

Proud Member Of:

Punam Roy

Engineering + Global Studies Facilitator

Punam Roy holds a B.E. in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and spent 12 years a patent examiner for the United States Patent and Trademark Office. She was also a member of the 8th cohort of the City of Charlotte Civic Leadership Academy and, in addition to extensive academic and professional experience in science and engineering, fosters a sense of community, collaboration, problem solving, and creativity in the classroom.

Rebecca Hopkins

Educator + Community Builder

Rebecca Hopkins holds a B.A. in Elementary Education with a minor in Psychology. Rebecca spent many years in Africa, serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer, collaborating with regional educators to build curriculums, write grants and secure international funding used for community development and youth programs. She also designed and facilitated workshops for aspiring teachers in the US and abroad. Rebecca spent 5 years teaching at Carolina International School before launching a career as an ESL instructor and becoming an active member of the Charlotte homeschool community. Rebecca loves spending her time enjoying nature and exploring new cultures with her family.


You've got questions. We've got answers!

  • Where do classes meet?

    In-person classes meet in South End, Charlotte, NC.

  • How many students are in each class?

    Each class is comprised of 12-18 students, depending on age group. Younger classes typically have fewer students.

  • What COVID-19 protection measures are in place?

    We follow the most current CDC recommendations for social distancing and face coverings during indoor and outdoor in-person activities.

  • Is there a sibling discount for this program?

    No, we do not offer a sibling discount for this program.

STEM Skool, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 11571 Charlotte, NC 28209

+1 (704) 980-9325