School Programs


Times2 School Survey.

Times2 is inviting families of students that attend Times Squared Elementary and/or Middle/High School to participate in our school survey. Your feedback will let us know the areas where we are doing well and the ways in which we can improve. Your feedback is welcomed AND needed. Please use the following links to particpate.

Welcome to
TIMES2 STEM Academy.


Our vision at Times2 STEM Academy is to set the standard for K-12 education in the twenty-first century. Times2 is an amazing school where you can excel in academics and also build friendships that will last a lifetime.

Times2 is the only K-12 STEM School in Rhode Island. This drives us even more to begin with the end in mind, and prepare students for life-long success and careers of impact.

President Signature

Dr, Rudoloph Moseley Jr. - Executive Director

to Success.

At Times2, our students' success is rooted in the future. Students master academic and real-world skills today, that will be in demand when they graduate.

Learn more about the school that is setting the standard for education.

About Times2

Elementary School.

Student Spotlight

Grades K-6

Young minds are like newly formed galaxies. Full of energy, expansive & curious. Poised & ready to stretch out and make their mark in the universe. At Times2, we believe that every child is full of brilliance and potential. At Times2 Elementary, they discover it for themselves.
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Middle/High School.

Student Spotlight

Grades 7-8 and Grades 9-12

Here at Times2, STEM Academy we envision every student becoming a world-class scientist, technologist, engineer or mathematician. We encourage students to become critical thinkers & to explore and experiment with their talents & discover their purpose.
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Times2 = STEAM.

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics are the root of a rigorous and forward-thinking educational program here at Times2 STEM Academy. If you want your child to be best prepared for college and jobs of the future, then look no further.

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Science is the study of the natural world, including the laws of nature associated with physics, chemistry, and biology and the treatment or application of facts, principles, concepts, and conventions associated with these disciplines.

Science is both a body of knowledge that has been accumulated over time and a process—scientific inquiry—that generates new knowledge. Knowledge from science informs the engineering design process

Technology, while not a discipline in the strictest sense, comprises the entire system of people and organizations, knowledge, processes, and devices that go into creating and operating technological artifacts, as well as the artifacts themselves.

Throughout history, humans have created technology to satisfy their wants and needs. Much of modern technology is a product of science and engineering, and technological tools are used in both fields.

Engineering is both a body of knowledge—about the design and creation of human-made products—and a process for solving problems.

This process is design under constraint. One constraint in engineering design is the laws of nature, or science. Other constraints include time, money, available materials, ergonomics, environmental regulations, manufacturability, and reparability. Engineering utilizes concepts from science and mathematics as well as technological tools.

The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.

The arts, also called fine arts, embody modes of expression that use skill or imagination in the creation of aesthetic objects, environments, or experiences that can be shared with others.

Mathematics is the study of patterns and relationships among quantities, numbers, and space. Unlike in science, where empirical evidence is sought to warrant or overthrow claims, claims in mathematics are warranted through logical arguments based on foundational assumptions.

The local arguments themselves are part of mathematics along with the claims. As in science, knowledge in mathematics continues to grow, but unlike in science, knowledge in mathematics is not overturned, unless the foundational assumptions are transformed. Specific conceptual categories of K-12 mathematics include numbers and arithmetic, algebra, functions, geometry, and statistics and probability.

News Highlights.

Student Spotlight

Times2 Daily News

Governor Raimondo visits and praises Harvard CS50x Class taught by Times2 Math and Computer Science teacher, Dominic Herard and Times2 After School Computer Science program operator, Arnell Milhouse.
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Sports Highlights.

Student Spotlight


Times2 had a great basketball season. The team won NN and lost just NN games. The team went on to the championship game. We didn’t win the title, but are ready for the the 2016/17 season.
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