In the science lab and throughout our school campus, students make scientific discoveries and learn to make sense of the natural world.
Walk into a Mirowitz science lesson, and you may find students sifting through soil to look for decomposers, building electrical circuits or constructing bee hotels to attract pollinators to our butterfly garden. Kindergartners are guardians of the amphibian pond and third graders restore the prairie, our native biome.
Hands-on experiments are part of a science program that teaches students to observe, record and explain their conclusions with precision and insight, and to apply scientific concepts and technologies to all facets of life.
Outdoor education is a high priority. On our nature trail and in ten outdoor labs, students get their hands dirty as they engage in scientific discovery and — at the same time — apply the Jewish value of tikkun olam (repairing the world) to their understanding of the natural world.
Middle School students study earth science, astronomy, physics, biology and chemistry, uncovering answers to their questions through thoughtful prediction, experimental design, data representation and analysis.
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