about us

Our classes are small in size to give the best "hands-on" quality experience for our students as well as giving our teachers the flexibility to modify the curriculum to meet our students' needs. We believe in quality over quantity. All of our lead teachers and assistants are very experienced and well versed in robotics education.


We acknowledge and respect the incredible capacity that children have to be innovators today and in the future. We aspire to create environments where they can feel free to dream, test out ideas, fail, gain confidence, acquire new skills and develop their own voice. We are committed to support our fellow educators and community to provide more opportunities for kids.

To achieve our mission we partner with many organizations to expand our reach to as many children as we can. For example, we work with FIRST Robotics to support the FLL Junior, FLL, FTC and FRC programs throughout the South Texas (Houston) Region to reach over 5,000 students annually. We collaborate with organizations such as NASA, Space Center Houston, Girl Scouts, HMNS, Houston Children's Museum, Comicpalooza, Houston Maker Faire, libraries and more. We also have established relationships with other STEM related educational business to support each other.


We can provide trainings and support for educators, local ISDs, schools, coaches, teams and parents as needed. Feel free to reach out to us if you are interested in training or want to start a robotics program at your school. 

MEET OUr people

Katie Kelley

owner & teacher

2019 LEGO Education Master Educator Badg

Mrs. Kelley teaches robotics and S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) to the older students. She brings over fifteen years of robotics experience and background as an industrial designer. She has worked for the University of Houston, FIRST Robotics, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Indianapolis Children's Museum and Lone Star College just to name a few. She enjoys bringing new technology and design process to her students through 3D CAD design and 3D printing; programming with Scratch, JAVA, and Mindstorms; Engineering and building robots using LEGO Mindstorms and Tetrix platforms; learning about circuits with LittleBits and MakeyMakey; and robotics competition teams for FIRST LEGO League (FLL), FTC, FRC, FLL Junior, Eco-bot, E.A.R.L.Y Robotics and more.

She is a LEGO Master Educator. The LEGO® Education Master Educator Program recognizes and celebrates educators who embody the LEGO® Education mission of enabling success for all students through hands-on learning experiences in early learning through high school.

Rosa Pfieffer


Mrs. Rosa brings over eight years of robotics teaching experience as well a background in working as a biologist and science teacher. She is very passionate about giving her students the best experiences- especially for our newest and youngest roboteers. She instantly makes all of her students feel as ease and exited to learn.

James Kelley

assistant teacher

We are happy to have Mr. James on board to assist us as he is working on his college degree. He has been involved with robotics and competitions for many years. He was a part of several top FLL teams, assisted at many camps at Lone Star College and University of Houston, and helps run/volunteer at local competitions. James also brings his knowledge of machining and real-world experiences from working in the oil industry and is great at making relevant to our students.

Mr. Nick

assistant teacher

Mr. Nick is a great addition to our team. He brings so much enthusiasm and building mastery that adds huge quality and increases the FUN. He currently attends the Conroe ISD Academy and is on the Texas Torque FRC team. He also is involved with VEX.

Mr. jackson 

mentor/ assistant coach

Mr. Jackson is a mentor and assistant coach for our FTC robotics team. He attends the CISD Science Academy and is a leader of the Texas Torque FRC team. He brings many years experience of building/machining robots, guidance with advanced strategies and wonderful teamwork skills from working with a larger team. 

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