At any given time, you may find a family of crayfish in our science lab. Large stream tables may indicate the effects of erosion. Boats and paper airplanes await their next launching. First graders are studying pill bugs and second graders are studying butterflies to understand the physiology, lifestyle and morphology of living organisms.
The hands-on experiments are part of a science program that centers on curiosity, discovery and a desire to make sense of the natural world. Students are taught to observe, record and explain their conclusions with precision and insight, and to apply scientific concepts and technologies to all facets of life.
Our science lab and school campus is a place of excitement as students make scientific discoveries through hands-on activities. They watch the migration of birds, examine deforestation, study native biomes and use the tools of scientists to converse with nature. We guide students through deep scientific understanding at every grade level.