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After School STEM Program for Grades K - 12

Grand Opening January 2025

Learn more at one of our Interest Meetings

Saturday, November 19,  @ 12:30pm

Thursday, December 15,  @ 6pm

 Building Brighter Futures Through STEM Education


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Impact STEM Academy (ISA), LLC. --a non-profit organization 501 (c)(3)-- is an innovative private tutoring company that offers one-to-one and drop-in peer tutoring to students in grades 1- 12. Additionally,  our experienced, professional tutors provide personalized academic support in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The STEM experience will include utilizing project-based learning and the engineering design process for enrichment opportunities. This includes embracing arts into the tutorial program. Additionally, ISA will optimize the learning experience by addressing the whole child including social and emotional needs. Established in 2022, ISA will serve the Manvel, Alvin, and Pearland areas.  Our experienced staff and directors are certified with various degrees and experiences. 


STEM is defined as four disciplines representing: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. On the other hand, it is more than an acronym. We define STEM as the integration of “soft skills” that promote critical thinking skills such as analyzing, synthesizing, brainstorming, and much more. Regardless of your definition of STEM, we want to ensure that 100% of our students are granted equity in STEM Education. With an innovative approach, we will provide a tutoring service that will use STEM strategies to remediate learning in areas of math, science, reading, and more.
Finally, STEM is more than a four-letter word. STEM is a movement!



To provide a remediation service for students and prepare them for real-life problems with more creativity, critical thinking, and effectiveness skills.


Impact STEM Academy will support, challenge, and build important 21st-century skills. 


5 Pillars of Impact STEM Academy





Provide tutoring services that will close the achievement gap and prepare students to reach academic achievement using STEM strategies.



Relay learning throughout disciplines by providing real-world experiences.



Encounter students through project-based learning and STEM challenges that are aligned  to content areas.



Galvanize students by providing an environment that address Arts and Social and Emotional Learning.



Build relationships through team-building strategies that will impact students beyond school years.


The Impact STEM Academy is located at

11800 Magnolia Parkway Suite 150, Manvel, TX 77578

and classes will commence January 2025


Proudly serving the Manvel, Alvin, and Pearland, Texas areas


Our team


With more than two decades of full-time ministry behind him, Tyrone D Lane is today a leading voice in proclaiming the gospel of grace around the world through his books, teaching resources, video, and audio ministry. Tyrone D Lane was licensed and ordained as a minister at the age of twenty-two years old.

Having built and established the congregation and leadership of Fresh Impact Church of Pearland, Texas on the sure foundation of Jesus Christ, Tyrone is now actively fulfilling, around the community, and world, the mandate that God has given him to preach God’s unmerited favor without compromise. He heads Tyrone D Lane Ministries, that seeks to “Make Ready A People Prepared for Destiny” with the gospel of Jesus Christ through new media technology, life coaching, counseling, mentorship, conference, and leadership trainings.

Reaching beyond the pulpit, Tyrone’s ministry extends to the global mission field. By joining with dedicated partners around the world, Tyrone D Lane Ministries engages in medical missions, food relief, and resourcing those in need with tools that will change the trajectory of their lives and communities.  

Tyrone Lane

Founder & CEO

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Dr. Perry-Allen is a curriculum and instruction leader that has significantly served the K-12 education community. She has served as teacher, team leader, assistant principal, Campus Improvement Specialist, Dean of Instruction, Director of Curriculum, and now Director of STEM. She single-handedly, take a district’s idea of opening a STEM school to fruition. She attended to every detail in the construction, creation, curriculum design, and implementation phases. Under her leadership, during the inception year of the Stafford STEM Magnet Academy, it received the highest recognition given by the Texas Education Agency. She is simply impressive in all her educational efforts.


In addition, Dr. Perry-Allen works tirelessly to prepare the next generation of teachers by leading the new teacher mentor program. She provides new teachers with continuous professional development. Furthermore, in her role as STEM Director, she has garnered partnerships with many of the most prestigious hospitals and organizations in Texas and the United States. These relationships have provided students with “real-time” connections to STEM initiatives. LaKenya has a servant’s heart as she spends a great deal of her time serving her family and the community. 

Chief Academic Officer

Dr. Perry-Allen

Tim Carter from Tennessee is proud to be an educator! He has received a Bachelor's Degree in Health Education from Middle Tennessee State University, and a Master's in Education from Middle Tennessee State University. He is currently pursuing his 2nd Master’s in Exercise Science from the University of Houston – Clear Lake. 

Tim has a true passion for working with our learners of all ages to help them progress in all areas of their development—academic, health, social, and life. He strives to create a community of learners that nurtures this growth in a positive and fun environment.

Tim Carter


With 20-plus years in the field of education, my current role is focused on STEAM at a local education agency. My philosophy about education is to continue to develop engaging, relevant, research-based professional development to support districts, teachers, and students. An additional priority is to promote and provide computational thinking pathways and STEAM opportunities. I have various elementary and secondary curriculum writing knowledge and experience in leading initiatives with a focus on pedagogy, leadership, digital learning and robotics and coding.

Committee Member

Lisa McMillan

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