Serendipity Curriculum

Our custom-tailored projects and concepts for every student


About Us

Community Outreach Reengineered

Using our skills of Robotics, CAD Modelling, and Software Develpment, we are using STEM as a catalyst to bring together local world class robotics teams to serve the community and under-resourced students.

  • Weekly Special Education Virtual Coding Classes
  • General Education Scratch and Python Courses
  • Partnership of World Class FIRST Tech Challenge Teams
  • Partnership accross Local Fremont Schools
    • Irvington High School
    • Mission San Jose High School
    • American High School
    • Horner Junior High School
    • Thornton Junior High School

Proceeds and Donations

1/3 Proceeds are donated to the Fremont Unified School Pantry to help Low-Income Families access food benefits amidst COVID-19.

1/3 Proceeds are donated to Serendipity through our affiliated to provide resources for our Special Education Outreach Initiative.

Collaboration with Learning Bee Learning Center for the past 2 years to hold community Special Education Outreach.

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Our Experience

Besides our teachers wide expertise in Software Development, Autonomous Robot Programming, App Develpment, CAD Modelling, and 3D Printing, our classes provide interactive and fun environments where students learn the methods and process of STEM engineers.

In addition to our unique, custom tailored curriculum, our experienced teachers are learned in various STEM fields. With our purpose-built classes for young innovators, we have a classes to nurture every level, age, and background.

Methodical STEM Engineering Process

Our classes do not just teach how to code, but the logic and thought process to solve problems.


Our experienced teachers are able to adaptively target and reinforce concepts to ensure strong fundamentals and logic.

Custom Tailored

Our curriulum and classes are designed with each student in mind to help ensure the leanring of every student.


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