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“Engineering a New Generation of Critical Thinkers”

CALL US: 972-360-8258


At EOT STEM Academy, Engineers of Tomorrow STEM PreSchool and EOT Infant University (collectively referred to as EOT), we specialize in early childhood development for children ages 2 months to five years old. We take the task of preparing your child for kindergarten, and beyond, very seriously. 

Our campuses/classrooms are grouped as follows:


Genesis Infants Room - 2 months up to 18 months old

**click on the INFANT UNIVERSITY tab for more info.

Engineers of Tomorrow STEM PreSchool

Little Sprockets Room - 18 months up to 2 years old

Sprockets Room A & B- PreK-2

EOT STEM Academy

Accelerators Room - PreK-3 (must be potty trained)

Astronauts Room - PreK-4/5

Schoolers' Room - 5 years and up


NOTE: Initial placement is based on age, but promotion to next classroom is based on meeting developmental milestones and mastering goals/progression criteria designed for each age group.


EOT offers transportation to/from a few schools in the Desoto area. An afternoon snack is provided to our after school students. Additionally, your child will be provided with homework assistance and curriculum enrichment/reinforcement. Upon completion of homework and review for accuracy, children will be allowed to participate in other activities, such as arts & crafts projects, reading time, outside play, puzzles, etc. Call school for rates.

**Additional tutoring assistance for STAAR state exam preparation available for grades 3-8 (at an additional nominal charge).



For ages 15 months through 4 years old, we offer a structured, professionally planned preschool curriculum. This on-going preschool program is offered year-round and is both entertaining and educational. Your child will enjoy activities ranging from art and craft projects to games, songs, finger plays, storytelling, creative dramatics, exercises, science, shapes, numbers, colors, alphabet, and much more through various monthly themes. Some of these projects will be taken home to share with you, and others will be group activities that you can ask about. We know that children learn best by "doing". Therefore, the activities the children participate in are developmentally appropriate, concrete, hands-on, and, most of all, fun because we believe that learning is an exciting experience. This curriculum fulfills the Head Start Domain Elements, Standards, and Indicator Guidelines and is consistent with the National Association for the Education of Young Children Guidelines for curriculum content.

For ages 14 months and younger, we work on and with the following: throughout each day we practice on large and small motor skills by reaching, grasping, rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, walking, climbing, throwing, catching, kicking, cooing and talking; whichever developmental stage your child happens to be in at the time. Infants and toddlers learn through play by utilizing flash cards, books, numbers, shapes, colors, the alphabet, stacking blocks, puppets, age-appropriate toys, and much more. We encourage participation, but the child will not be forced to participate. Most importantly, our goal is to make learning for all ages fun, and non-intimidating. It is our hope that both you and your child will be as enthusiastic as we are about our program.

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