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Semester Starts

September 4

Fall 2021 semester classes begin on Saturday, September 4


18 Weeks

2 hours / week
36 hours over 18 weeks



Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Maths

This course is for

Grade 1

Suitable for kids with or without previous STEAM experience

designed to go beyond the basics of steam

Dive into the fundamentals
of design, engineering & invention.

Introduces invention cycle

The Invention Cycle is a model that defines the relationships between imagination, creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Explores electronics

Electronics is the branch of science that deals with the study of flow and control of electrons and the study of their behavior.

Challenges design thinking

Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation—anchored in understanding needs, rapid prototyping, and generating creative ideas.

Projects designed to build real skills

Projects that build real skills.

& Forces

Lean about tools that make work easier, and the fundamentals of mechanical designs.

Scissor Monster

Kids will learn about the power and function of levers by building an extending scissor creature that both amazes and captivates kids!


Kids will learn about the uses and features of forces by building a catapult they can use to launch small objects all the way across a room!

& polarity

Design electrical circuits and engage with electronic components to create projects that buzz and light up.

Rocket Paper Circuit

Kids will learn how circuits work by creating a light-up rocket that will launch them into a galaxy of amazment and wonder!

Fan of Fortune

Kids will learn about various uses for switches by making a fortune-telling game that will fill them curiosity and wonder about technology and the future.

& hydraulics

Learn about material science and how certain fluids react under different pressure.

Bubble Bot

Kids will learn about the uses of gases by making a bubble blowing machine that will blow their minds!

Pneumatic Monster

Kids will learn about pneumatics by creating a chomping clam that that makes kids laugh while thinking about ocean life!

& animation

Students master the art of optical illusions and how to trick your eyes and brain


Kids will learn about the uses of frames by making a simple illusion that will inspire and mystify them.


Kids will learn about optical illusions by making an exciting spinning scene that will drive their minds crazy!

& lenses

Learn about the properties of light and how lenses and mirrors can bend light in surprising ways.


Kids will learn about lenses by making a telescope viewing instrument that will allow them to see super far away!


Kids will learn about the properties of light by creating a periscope spying device that will allow them to look around corners and spy on their friends!


Kids will learn about the properties of light by creating a light splitting device that will dazzle and entertain them!

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International steam specialists

Learn from the best in Taiwan.

Our teachers are experts in teaching internationalized standard aligned STEAM curriculums that exceed educational expectations. Meet a few of our 20+ teachers:

Jamie Mccaffrey

Director of SteamBox development at Skyrock with a background in mechanical design, product development and manufacturing.

Tony Cornes

7 years teaching Biology as part of the IB Diploma at both standard and higher level with over 5 years as a Senior Examiner.

Simon Thomas

Architecture and Structural Engineering at University of Leeds. Masters in Education University of Bristol.

Schedule a LIVE Q&A with a Skyrock teacher today

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For kids going into grade 1

  • 12 Hands-on projects
    STEAM projects with fundamentals focus. All materials provided so kids are ready to start building.
  • International teachers
    Students meet with International teachers who are experts in STEAM and at the forefront of innovative education methods.
  • Exciting Makerspaces
    Skyrock on-campus makerspaces were designed to inspire creativity and give kids everything they need to be top innovators.
  • Detailed project instruction
    Engaging and exciting project walk-throughs help kids learn while progressing at their own pace.
  • Exciting illustrated workbooks
    Kids can continue their in-class learning and complete homework assignments and projects on their own, at their own pace.

Below costs are approximate to each enrollment cutoff; contact us today to determine the exact prorated cost for the rest of fall semester 2021.

September 3rd Enrollment

NTD 28,800

October 3rd Enrollment

NTD 22,400

The quoted cost will include an initial deposit, which covers a set-up fee and first month; the balance is then billed monthly over the remaining months in the fall semester.

Select your preferred campus location below

Course Schedule

Wednesdays | 5pm - 7pm
Fridays | 5pm - 7pm
Saturdays | 9:30am - 11:30am
Saturdays | 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Saturdays | 3pm - 5pm

Select your day and 2 hour time slot for this location when you check out.

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Course Schedule

Wednesdays | 5pm - 7pm
Saturdays | 9:30am - 11:30am
Saturdays | 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Saturdays | 3pm - 5pm

Select your day and 2 hour time slot for this location when you check out.

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Course Schedule

Wednesdays | 5pm - 7pm
Fridays | 5pm - 7pm
Saturdays | 9:30am - 11:30am
Saturdays | 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Saturdays | 3pm - 5pm

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Course Schedule

Wednesdays | 5pm - 7pm
Fridays | 5pm - 7pm
Saturdays | 9:30am - 11:30am
Saturdays | 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Saturdays | 3pm - 5pm

Select your day and 2 hour time slot for this location when you check out.

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Course Schedule

Wednesdays | 5pm - 7pm
Fridays | 5pm - 7pm
Saturdays | 9:30am - 11:30am
Saturdays | 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Saturdays | 3pm - 5pm

Select your day and 2 hour time slot for this location when you check out.

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Course Schedule

Wednesdays | 5pm - 7pm
Fridays | 5pm - 7pm
Saturdays | 9:30am - 11:30am
Saturdays | 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Saturdays | 3pm - 5pm

Select your day and 2 hour time slot for this location when you check out.

Contact Us To Enroll
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Taiwan's #1 STEAM education program

Parents & kids love Skyrock.

Parents love Skyrock’s camps because they spark a curiosity for science and boost the creative confidence in their kids. Kids love Skyrock because they get to make amazing things, experience wow moments, and experiment with their creations.

Fall 2021 FAQs

How do I sign up?

For new Skyrockers, or Skyrockers who would like to process a payment: 
1. Click any "Enroll Now" button, or click here to enroll-- you'll see a schedule of our camps.
2. Select the summer camp or super summer camp appropriate for your kid's age group.
3. Select the weeks/dates and AM or PM session you'd like to book.
4. Click on the time slot.
5. Sign up for a Simplybook account; when your account is created, it will bring you back to the cart, where you can select a payment method and proceed to checkout.

For Skyrockers who would like to process their Skyrock credit: 
Please fill out and submit the credit request form here. If you'd like to take a look at our schedule beforehand so you can select the dates + weeks you'd like to book a camp, click any "Enroll Now" button or click here.

Which materials or items does my kid need to attend? 

They will need a device to access the online lessons (tablet, computer or phone), batteries and basic stationery including: Pencils, Eraser, Ruler, Scissors, and Colors. Markers and Glue stick would be helpful for their extended challenge projects.

4–6 year olds:
Students need basic stationery: Pencils, coloring pencils or crayons, erasers, scissors, tape, and a glue stick. A hole punch would be very helpful, but not necessary.  

Are classes LIVE? Do kids need to log in at specific times? 

Daily sessions have Zoom check-ins hosted by a live instructor. Kids should log-in between 9am-12pm for morning session and 1pm-4pm for afternoon session.There are times for independent course taking and hands-on making, and also scheduled live sessions with the teacher and rest of the class.

For our daily schedule, scroll to our "Kids Follow A Simple Daily Schedule" section.

4-6 year olds:
There will be a 10–15-minute homeroom check-in at the start of the daily class, and again at the end of the sessions. This will be with their teacher and their classmates. The children will watch the instructional videos and complete the hands-on tasks throughout the class. If needed, they can continue to work on their projects after the final check in of the day.

Will kids get help from actual teachers? 

Yes, kids will be assigned to a cohort of up to 12 kids that will have a designated teacher for the camp. The teacher will check-in with everyone at the beginning of the class, for project assembly assistance, for science lessons and guided workbook review.

Online Camp Cancellation Policy

If a parent wishes to cancel or postpone a camp booking for their own personal reasons, they can do so up to two weeks in advance of the start date of the camp and receive 100% of their balance in Skyrock Credit. Summer Camp changes can be made up to one week in advance of the camp start date, subject to availability, at no extra charge.

Is there a certain level of English required to participate in these camps? Do you have a Chinese version of the camp? 

We have two categories of classes:
1) English for kids with intermediate+ English abilities
2) English for kids with beginners English but with a bilingual teachers who will switch between English and Chinese.

4-6 year olds:
Students do not need to be able to read and write. Caregivers should help them to access the materials they need.

How much knowledge or experience do kids need to join this class?

Kids should be able to navigate a computer or tablet device independently and read and communicate in very basic English. All content is created to be developmentally appropriate for the age groups.

What is required of parents during this camp – before, during, and after the course?

There will be a thorough onboarding email that uses video to inform parents of what they need to do before their child’s camp begins. It’s simply a matter of logging into the course platform and selecting the right packet from the materials that we send to you in one big box for the whole camp. We will also include a bonus activity for helping your child get familiar with the course platform.

Beyond this, parents can help by holding their children accountable for following the schedule that we set and checking-off every item on their daily checklist after each session.

4-6 year olds:
Caregivers are expected to help the children access the class and the materials. As the children are very young, they may require supervision or help when cutting out projects, this is particularly the case for our youngest students. Caregivers can also encourage and support their children’s effort and creativity throughout the day.

Which grade group should I choose—current or after summer?

Choose the grade group they will enter after summer, in the fall.

Is Skyrock for both girls and boys?

All Skyrock camps and courses are suitable for kids of any and all genders.

How exactly does the 2 week online camps work? 

The online camp runs through Monday to Friday for 2+ weeks in either morning or afternoon sessions. Sessions are from 9AM to 12PM or 1PM to 4PM.

Each session, students join a group of up to 12 kids to follow the lesson together with a designated teacher. The teacher will be imparting Live STEAM lessons and ensuring that kids are completing all of their tasks and projects.

The online course will also include pre-recorded content, a printed workbook, and materials to complete the STEAM projects.

4-6 year olds:
The lessons are structured to enable younger students to work on their projects after watching the instructional videos. We will have a homeroom check-in at the start of the class that enables the students to meet up with their classmates and teacher. The teacher will tell the children what to expect in the videos and to check that they have all the items they need for the day’s tasks. Then the children are expected to watch the instructional videos and complete the projects. If needed they can pause, rewind and re-watch the videos. Caregivers may also watch these videos and assist the children if necessary. It is not expected that the children always complete the daily project by the end of the lesson as they may wish to work on some tasks for longer. At the end of the class there will be a second homeroom check-in where the children can show their work to their teacher and the class. This time is also used by the teacher to ask questions to the students based on what they have learned in the class today.

Do kids take classes at home?

Yes, kids will access the camp from their own home.

Does it matter which time zone I'm in?

Our time zone is Taipei Standard Time ( GMT+8 ) Students joining from outside of Taiwan will need to adjust their schedules accordingly. However, students also have access to each camp course and its digital resources + pre recorded videos for three months after their camp.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up?

For new students, please sign up using the “enroll now” button above. You will be guided to select a location, course, day and time. Once you have completed your selection you can pay tuition online using your credit card. Please see further information on pricing below.

For existing students who hold Skyrock credit, please reach out to our admissions team via phone call, Line or Facebook, and they will guide you through the onboarding process.

How much does it cost?

For our new semester Skyrock will handle all payments in installments. During registration, clients will be asked to make an upfront payment and deposit to secure their booking. This will be followed by a total of 3 recurring payments of NT$5,400 (Early Bird Enrollment) or NT$5,760 (Standard Enrollment) will then be billed automatically on October 1st, November 1st, and December 1st, and these payments will be automated by Skyrock’s management system.

What is the deadline for signup?

The enrollment deadline is Saturday September 4th, which is also the 1st day of class for our Fall semester. If you miss the first signup deadline, there will a further opportunity to enroll on in the 1st week of October.

When is the first and last day of class?

The first day of classes for our Fall semester will take place on the week beginning September 4th. Fall semester classes will run until Chinese New Year 2021.

What if my kid has already done the skyrock summer camp?
(online or in-person)

All Grade 1 students will take our flagship Young Inventors program. This will be all new curriculum for Grade 1 students (unless they took the STEAM Box course in Summer).

All Grade 2, 3 and 4 students will join the Mars Survival Guide and Ocean Task Force program.
If they attended the online summer camp or in person summer camp and they have already completed this curriculum, we can offer custom classes in other courses.

How many students in a class?

There will be a maximum of 8 students in each class.

What is the minimum number of students to open a class?

The minimum number of students to open a class is 5. In the event a class does not reach 5 students we will do our best to accommodate those students at another time, or help them to form a custom class with other students where possible.

If we cannot attend a class will there be a make-up available?

Make-up classes are not available, but we will provide the classroom material and online resources to the student so they can complete the material independently at home, and this can be reviewed by the teacher at the next lesson.

In the event that the Covid situation was to worsen and classes be cancelled, what would happen to my deposit?

We have spent a large part of the last 6 months developing a high-quality online curriculum for each of our programs which still incorporates the hands-on material element of the program. In the event the covid-19 situation was to worsen, and we are advised by the Ministry of Education to close our classes, we will offer all of our weekly programs online and send all the required materials home to the students.

Will the teacher be the same for the whole semester or will it change theme by theme?

Teachers will remain the same for the duration of the semester except for in special circumstances (absence due to illness etc). Any changes to teachers will be clearly communicated to the parents in advance.

Can I have a discount if I purchase more semesters or camp classes up front?

No. We are only accepting bookings for individual programs and semesters at this time.

Will there be an incentive to sign up siblings?

Yes, we will offer each sibling NT$1,500 in Skyrock credit which they can use against a future camp or Skyrock class.

Is the STEAM Fundamentals program the same as the Young Inventors Club curriculum last year or is this a new course?

Many of the projects are similar to the YIC program but we have added new elements such as project remixes and new classroom activities. If you child already took the YIC curriculum last year, we will move them to the more advanced level, so they are completing new curriculum.

What will the themes for Nano (STEAM Beginners) be?

The themes for STEAM Beginners will be Space, Earth, and Ocean with students taking 6 weeks of each theme throughout the semester.

Will there be classes available for students in Grades 5 – 9?

Yes, we will run custom coding classes for students in Grades 5 – Grades 9.

Will there be an online class if I don’t want to attend in person?

Yes, online classes are available and are subject to interest (minimum of 5 students to open the class). If you wish to attend an online class, please fill in the booking form on our online class page (here) or reach out to our admissions team via phone, Line or Facebook message.

Fall 2021 academic calendar