Little Engineers believes every student has the right to explore, develop, design and decide new ideas, while expressing their own creativity and style. We offer classes for all kinds of learners, skill levels and styles at different times of the day and week, to allow a wide range of students the opportunity to learn and enjoy, from home-schooled during the day, learning challenged, skill challenged and those needing more of a challenge then what is currently offered at school.

We offer tested and approved programs from our educational partners (Carnegie Mellon University,  MIT, Georgia Tech, NASA Education, LEGO Education, Tufts University and Trinity College) used throughout the world to help kids develop a variety STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) skills and concepts.

Our mission:
Our mission is to build and mentor young, confident minds and make 21st skills accessible and exciting for our children.

Our goals:

To provide age-appropriate programs facilitated in fun, engaging, safe and hands on environment designed to nurture real world skills like problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration.
Learning Core Values:
We build and learn together.
We collaborate.
We find solutions.
We respect our differences.
We work as a team.
We are committed.
We have fun.
We have integrity.

Czarina Boyce

Founder and sole owner of Little Engineers since 2013. Married with 2 children a11 and 7. Also one of the co-founder of Hope Chinese Charter School (HCCS)l in Beaverton. Czarina wears many hats – teacher, volunteer Preschool Director, and fundraiser. She has a passion for inspiring kids with creative learning environments. In fact, she raised the school’s very first $900 by teaching a Legos Engineering camp. Since then, she has co-chaired four fundraising galas (raising over $140,000), spearheaded the Tiny Dragons Preschool (raising thousands for HCCS on its first year), and supports the school with engaging after-school programs through Little Engineers and generous donations. She started Little Engineers as home-based business and now has its own learning facility and in 2015, she started to sell franchise as part of its growth strategy.
Czarina’s past experience includes working as a support teacher to special need kids in Hong Kong where she lived for 12 years prior to moving to US. She was trained and certified by Lego Education Academy.