The Science curriculum encourages students to participate in projects, complete investigations, and design challenges that help them think like scientists. All students in grades Preschool through Grade 12 learn about Inquiry as a way of solving complex problems. At appropriate grade levels, students learn about:
Throughout their studies, students learn to use their intuitive, investigative, problem solving, and communication skills in collaboration and connection with other subjects, especially mathematices, to answer "real world" questions.
The following links provide access to information that may be helpful to parents and students in their quest to become scientific thinkers.
The ABC's of Nuclear Science
Frankenstein's Lightening Lab
Cool Science for Kids
Life Science Resources
Earth & Space
from the Past
The Wright Experience
History of Calculators
The Time Warp
The Galileo Project
I Was Wondering
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