Evaluating evidence to create a better world for all.

By immersing students in the foundational concepts of biology, chemistry, physics, and Earth and space science, we seek to create scientifically literate students who will be able to draw evidence-based conclusions in the ever-changing world in which they live.

"Science is the best mixture of fun, good memories, laughter and the stress that is memorizing the periodic table. At the end of it, you're tired...but you wouldn’t change it for the world." Kaela Savoy-Cooper, class of 2022

Key Characteristics

Students engage with scienctific concepts by evaluating data to draw conclusions. As often as possible, students experiment to gather their own data. Real-world data sets are also provided in order for students to engage with current world conditions, such as water quality and climate change.

Our courses engage students to make discoveries and draw conclusions using process skills such as record keeping, observing, measuring, hypothesizing and experimenting.Students work collaboratively to design experiments to test hypotheses, interpret data and then refine their initial thinking. From lab experiences, students are encouraged to think critically in order to develop answers to a worldly problem.

Curricular Highlights

Physics 500. Eighth grade students use their understanding of forces and motion to collaboratively construct cardboard cars. Each car holds a driver and uses gravity to propel it through the course.

Tilapia farming. Seventh grade students engage in a year-long aquaponics project, raising fish in hydroponic beds to model a low-maintenance system that can be replicated in other countries that are lacking a regular protein source in their diet.

Mars Rover. Sixth grade students design a replica of the Mars Rover and test its agility on an obstacle course.

“The Middle School science experience empowers students to recognize areas of growth, seek truths about the world they live in, and learn how to self advocate to problem solve. A fun and engaging atmosphere that pushes the comfort level of students, while maintaining a very safe learning environment.” Jeff Humble, MS science teacher