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About Us

Bricks at Work was first formed to celebrate a love for LEGO® products.  Founded in 2014 in the Anoka-Hennipin School District 11, we continue to develop and improve our program to ensure the new students are offered the best we can deliver, and returning students can continue to grow and be challenged by our curriculum.  The philosophy behind our curriculum creation is simple: to drive students to explore the world around them through creativity and imagination.

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Each element of our curriculum focuses on laying the foundations to understanding advanced S.T.E.A.M. concepts.  This refers to a modern approach to learning, balancing and valuing elements of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.

Vision

Curriculum that promotes imagination, creativity, and advanced S.T.E.A.M. learning should be affordable and available to all students.

Mission

Fueling advanced learning using
natural imagination and creativity.