Lab 11235 is bringing family-friendly science and technology learning experiences to the greater Sacramento area. Recently, we’ve moved into our boutique location at 187 Blue Ravine Rd. #120, Folsom, CA. It’s been an amazing ride and we’ve have been blown away by the support of the Folsom community. Now, we’re on the hunt for our permanent space! It will house our junior maker space fully equipped with experimental labs and design challenge zones. Lab 11235 programs focus on empowering students to innovate with creativity, confidence and compassion. Similarly, our students are working on real-life projects is all we’re about! Our students are having a blast while learning skill sets that will last them a lifetime.
Having spontaneous, playful, and collaborative hands-on learning that sparks a passion for deeper exploration of subject matter.
Build the trust of our community, along with programs that allow learners to pursue their passions and express who they truly are.
Being mindful is not just a state of being but is a daily practice done on purpose in the present moment without judgement.
We develop learners who are curious, courageous, and adaptable through any challenge that comes their way.
Foster learners who harness their creative abilities to uncover new ways of looking at and solving real world problems.
We are all capable of achieving big things by practicing a positive, “can-do” attitude and being ready to take on big challenges.
Sarah has been an educator in the K-12 schools for seven years in the Bay Area and Sacramento. She is currently the Technical Director and Stagecraft instructor at a performing arts high school and theatrical stage designer in Sacramento. Sarah has five years of experience coordinating the operations for children’s innovation camps and is excited to be at Lab 11235 for another summer! When Sarah is not at Lab or in a theatre she enjoys traveling, gardening, and spending time with her friends and dog Chigi!
Sonya has been an educator throughout CA for 6 years, and has both a CA and Montessori teaching credentials. She was drawn to Lab11235 because of her desire to work hands-on with students, helping them to get in touch with their inner innovator and scientist! No challenge can’t be met when we put our mind to it and not give up! When Sonya is not working with the lab, she’s taking her dogs out on adventures, reading, or coming up with the next great idea to do with her class.
Alexia has been studying Child Development at CSUS and is graduating this year to credential in teaching. She is beyond passionate about children's education and believes that the tactile learning style should be incorporated in schools everywhere. When she is not studying, she spends time with her younger brother and the rest of her family. She loves playing card games and board games and when she's alone she loves to catch up on some light reading.
Chris has been designing interactive, educational experiences for science centers, museums for more than 12 years in both US and Asia. Most recently, he has designed featured exhibits at the Tech Interactive of San Jose from Bio Design to Cyber Detectives. His expertise in simplifying complex topics turns every learning opportunity into a game! His passion for building interactive play spaces overflows into his home where his kids sport a three story indoor playground.
Jessi has been designing user experiences for 18 years, specializing in gamification and big data. From branding and graphics to marketing and applications, Jessi has a passion for bringing a project from concept to fruition. A silicon valley startup entrepreneur, she has successfully raised funding and designed intuitive applications for Apple and interfaces for Facebook games. Jessi enjoys spending time with her family and working on her aquariums in her free time.
Mahmudul has been working in the tech industry over 20 years with big tech companies like HP, Apple, and Microsoft. He has co-founded Minor Gaurd Inc. which focuses on creating safe zones for children online. Mahmudul is an advocate for young people and continues his passion for creating safe learning environments for young minds to grow. When not tinkering with code or the 3D printer, he likes to spend time with his family kayaking, BBQing, and flying kites!
Feel free to call us at (916) 243-6104.