Summer Science Experience
The Summer Science Experience provides students in grades 3 through 8 with an engaging, hands-on science experience in a relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere. Participating students use creativity and teamwork to solve interesting design challenges and explore the world around them. Students interact with college professors who are committed to making learning science and math both rewarding and fun. For questions or assistance please contact: Shannon Skelly at firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-588-9100 x1656.
July 10-21, 2017
In this two week session, students will be introduced to basic concepts in science, technology, engineering, and math. Our goal is to spark scientific imagination through creative and challenging projects. We encourage teamwork and social responsibility. Is there an idea for constructing a bridge lurking in the back of your brain that we can test? Would you like to learn how to design and build a simple machine? Want to see what you’re made of on the inside? This is your chance to test your ideas or simply find out how things work. We’ll explore our world through science and math. Team projects and engineering design challenges include many topics, exploring a variety of career fields. Sign on to join this investigative team and let’s look at the world around us to figure out how does “that” work. Warning: you may never look at science and math the same way again after having this much fun! This course is designed for students in grades 3 to 5 for the 2016 -2017 school year.
The $347 course fee includes lab supplies. Students will need to provide their own lunch.
Pre-approval prior to registration. Contact x1656.
|Coming Summer 2017!|
July 25-August 5, 2017
In this two week session, students work as a team in the science lab to test materials and use what you learn to engineer your own unique design. Then we’ll put your design to the test to see how it works. We’ll explore a variety of topics and social issues from around the world that are fun and interesting, such as ecology, health and the body, physics and the environment. We’ll work together with team games and eye opening hands on activities. This course is designed for students in grades 6 to 8 for the 2016 - 2017 school year.
The $347 course fee includes supplies. Students will need to provide their own lunch. Pre-approval prior to registration. Contact x1656.
|Coming Summer 2017!|
About Our Program Staff
Staff members supervising and working with students throughout the program are highly qualified. Staff members will provide an excellent and enjoyable learning experience:
• Students will be supervised at all times while on campus.
• All activities will be held on the Canton campus.
• Staff are well trained in routine health and safety protocols and emergency personnel are on site.
• All adults in contact with students during
For more information contact Shannon Skelly at 508-588-9100 x1656 or email@example.com