Start with the fundamentals

Learn and apply the same skills professional engineers and front-end developers use everyday.

Learn circuitry and engineering in our program


Understand the foundation for all electronic devices, from your phone to a speaker - and then some. 

Learn web development and HTML/CSS and code websites in our summer program


Build a webpage by giving it structure and meaning with HTML - then bring it to life with CSS.

Learn to code websites with Javascript

Responsive Design

Take the next step and build sophisticated, responsive, and dynamic sites with Javascript.


Dive right in

Instruction with introduction to concepts


Begin with core concepts. You'll learn the basics of engineering, including the most important parts of circuits, web page structure, and essential functions of HTML/CSS.



Skill Development

Using skills acquired from the Introduction, you'll begin to create your own projects and and expand your knowledge base through practice, creating things like sound-to-light sensors and LED circuits. You'll also be introduced to more advanced concepts, using CSS/JS to bring life to your web pages and work with advanced parts like motors.

Practice new skills and apply knowledge by working on many programming and engineering activities

The program culminates in students creating their own final projects through application of skills learned throughout the program


Weeks of knowledge will cumulate into your own final project- you decide what you create! Options range from building a solar powered car to an interactive web application. You choose what you want to be proud of!


A Day in the Life


Mentor Leading Class Discussion in Program


9:50 am - 10:00 am

We start all of our classes with a recap of the previous day's work to refresh our students' memory, usually with a quirky task or activity (e.g. design a tool to peel eggs). This also serves as a warm-up to get them thinking and ready for a day of building.



Mentor Helping Student Solder Circuitboard during stem program

Morning Session: Engineering

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Constructing a motor, soldering an LED circuit, and drilling a hole in steel are fun, but first we need to understand the fundamentals. Students will first learn about the theory and physics within the engineering, then get hands-on working with real tools on projects. 




Students enjoying lunch break during stem program

Lunch Break

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Relax and chat inside, or go out for some fresh air and explore the surrounding area (Lower Manhattan is a foodie's dream!). Students are welcome to continue working on their projects or talk to mentors for extra help or guidance.




Students coding websites  on laptops together during stem program

Noon Session: Computer Science

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Start the day off on the right foot by writing code! Students will be introduced to a new tool or algorithm then implement it in a series of activities and try it on anything, from debugging old code to designing a new project. Finally, the class will work on a lab that synthesizes past and new CS knowledge. 



Mentor teaching students during program

Feedback & Recap

3:00 pm - 3:10 pm

We wrap up the day with a final recap, and students are encouraged to share their thoughts on the day's work. Many students stay afterwards for extra mentoring, and they are encouraged to do so. 





A summer experience done differently.

Mentor helping Student code website during program

We're committed to you

Everybody at Kinet-X has only one goal: to help you get the most out of your experience. When you learn at Kinet-X, you can always expect to have your lingering questions answered, discuss potential ideas and topics with your mentors, and receive meaningful feedback on improving your work.


Students working together on code during program

Stay engaged

Programs can start off well, but keeping yourself excited might be a challenge. Our program starts off on a brisk pace and keeps it going until the very end, keeping you on your toes and completely immersed in programming and engineering with exciting activities and enjoyable lessons.


Students engineering together during program

Peer brilliance

Kinet-X provides students with endless opportunities to grow and learn, and one of the most important opportunities that we provide you is the ability to meet some of the brightest, talented kids in NYC.  Together, you'll push each other to strive further and push harder. 


One track to success

Our programs are designed to seamlessly connect with one another, providing you with an all-in-one STEM education for your entire journey. To help our families get the most frictionless education experience, we offer all returning students 10% off their next program. 

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starter x/s

  • Your all-in-one introduction to the world of STEM.

  • Web development & applications w/ HTML, CSS, and Javascript

  • Basic mechanical/electrical engineering to create rocket systems and solar-powered cars

  • ages 9-15

  • beginner

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robotics 3.0

  • Engineer robots from scratch.

  • Code & develop AI w/ CS theory, autonomous systems, Arduino, C

  • Basic mechanical/electrical engineering to construct robots

  • Design & project management skills

  • ages 9-15

  • beginner - intermediate


advanced 3.0

  • Take a leap in your tech education.

  • Use Python for data science, engineer back-end, and build servers

  • Complex mechanical/electrical engineering and Arduinos to create self-driving cars and robots

  • Turn invention into a product and launch a startup

  • Ages 13+

  • intermediate - expert

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Virtual reality

  • Create new realities

  • Learn the ins & outs of VR headsets

  • Develop beautiful scenes and apps in Unity engine

  • Develop games and apps with C#

  • Create a fully immersive virtual reality app

  • Ages 13+

  • intermediate - expert

august 2016

"Very focused, well structured program on both electrical and software engineering. The teachers were nice and I felt that my voice was heard. The class sizes were small and the teachers were very proactive if anyone showed any hint of falling behind."

Jesse Hall | Summer '16


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Dive into technology.



May 11 Deadline

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*Sticker price. Scholarships and discounts available.