On July 20, 1969, history was made when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the moon. Fifty years later, there's an urgency to make another giant leap for mankind. That's where Challenger Learning Center comes in. Since 2003, the center has been a leader in STEM education.
The center is one of over 40 centers in an international network dedicated to inspiring the next generation explorers. They were created by the families of the crew members lost in the Challenger disaster.
Students learn about science, technology, engineering and math through simulators. Challenger Learning Center is committed to ensuring the longevity of space exploration. Students enjoy knowing they are part of the generation that will make the next giant leap in space exploration.