Classes Are Filling Up Fast: Long Island's Own X-RobotX Opens Flagship STEM Learning Center in Seaford, Parents Rush For Fall Enrollment
X-RobotX is an innovative, new provider of STEM and Lego Robotics for children 6-14. With many programs available and their flagship NY STEM Center open for business, X-RobotX (seen on Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC) has truly arrived.
MASSAPEQUA, NY, August 12, 2022 -- If you've been following the homegrown success story of X-RobotX, Long Island's favorite STEM and Lego Robotics company, then you know what true passion for education looks like. The X-RobotX team, under the maverick leadership of Peter Xanthus, recently enjoyed a major win with the opening of their first-ever, physical location. It is a dedicated STEM center where kids can experience fun and learning like never before, using coding and robotics as a springboard to new levels of academic excellence.
Still don't know what coding is, parents? Don't worry. After a few classes with X-RobotX, your kids will probably be able to teach you!
X-RobotX has been working round-the-clock all summer thanks to being in such high demand by New York's leading day camps: Buckley Day Camp (Roslyn), LuHi Day Camp (Brookville) and Parkwood Camp (Great Neck). Now, with the school year just around the corner, the "X-perts" at XRX are ramping up efforts to increase their presence all throughout the Island.
Founder and CEO, Peter Xanthus says: "This is an exciting time for X-RobotX. In addition to summer camps, we also have classes coming soon to the New York Tutoring Center in Flushing, Queens, as well as the Merrick Library, Jericho Library, LuHi Saturday Academy, Unlimited Sports Action, The Great Neck House… you name it!"
Above all, Mr. Xanthus is most excited about the classes filling up at his new, flagship location in Seaford, New York. It is a spacious, vibrant getaway where kids can escape to a fantastical world of creativity, learning and engineering. With several members of staff always on site, parents can rest easy knowing their children are safe and secure in this state-of-the-art STEM Center.
"Our new facility is a game changer for us," explains Mr. X. "It is our HQ, our home base, and we aim to be the Island-wide go-to for educational STEM services. It's already happening in a big way and we couldn't be more excited. My advice, though, is do not wait to get your little ones enrolled for the fall season. Spots are limited and we want everyone possible to get the benefit of our programs."
The company has exciting offerings for kids aged 6-14, ranging from building machines like race cars and catapult basketball sets to more advanced fare like coding games, fun with robots and even the Mars Rover!
One Long Island parent had this to say: "The new X-RobotX STEM facility is already a godsend for so many Long Island parents like me. We can't always make it to the library and camp events, but we can definitely drop the kids off for a few hours with Mr. X and his 'X-perts' and know they're having a blast and learning a lot!"
On the topic of 'X-perts', this company is far from a one-man show. Sean Hogya, Vice President and business partner of Mr. X, is an esteemed middle school educator who has developed a potent blend of traditional instruction, creativity and technology. Much like his own students in the school classroom, Hogya's X-RobotX students respond extremely well to his unique style and boundless enthusiasm. This is only one of the reasons that X-RobotX is now considered one of the most education-friendly places around.
"These are teacher-developed programs being taught by a company of educators," explains Mr. Hogya. "It's not at all surprising that statistics show nearly all youth robotics participants prioritize education and end up majoring in engineering. What more could a parent want?"
Program enrollment at X-RobotX has officially begun and spots are limited, so if you're interested, act now. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to reach out for special incentives.
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