Education center for the Apple will cost $5 million to $10 million depending on where the center is located.
The center, which is scheduled to open in 2017, will be built in a two-story building at the site of a former military base in St. Louis, Missouri.
Apple’s parent company, Apple, has built its own curriculum, curriculum management software, teaching tools and technology for its teachers in a series of projects known as the “Boys’ Academy.”
The centers are intended to be collaborative spaces where students are encouraged to work on and develop their skills in collaboration with a diverse group of peers.
Apple said it plans to spend $6.4 million on the new center.
“The $6 million to be spent on the Apple Boys’ Academy centers is part of the $10 billion we’re investing in education to enable our children to achieve their dreams,” said John Brower, vice president of the Apple Academy.
“The Apple Boys Academy will be a collaborative space where students will work together to create innovative curriculum, learning tools and teaching technologies.”
The Apple Girls’ Academy will also be built at the Apple campus in Cupertino, California.
The program is also designed to encourage girls to succeed in STEM fields, such as engineering, science and math.
In July, the school launched an app called the “Apple Girls’ Studio,” which allows parents to track their children’s progress in the arts, music, dance and other arts and sciences subjects.
The app, which allows users to upload their own photos, is designed to give parents and teachers a chance to interact with the children.
The Apple Academy has also been instrumental in developing Apple’s educational technology and tools, including a curriculum management app, a new app called “The Next Generation Teacher” that enables teachers to develop personalized curriculum, a video series on the iPhone app called Apple Music for teachers, and Apple’s own education software.
Apple has been trying to become a leader in STEM education.
Its goal is to create more and better-paying STEM jobs, which will help the company grow its revenue.