Our Level 1 Science program is designed to introduce young children to ideas of science. We want to get them acquainted with a range of world systems through a scientific lens. We explore each part of a system to see what it contributes to the system as a whole.
In each course students get to explore systems that are exciting, tangible, and relevant to their interests. We perform a variety of experiments to expose students to proper scientific technique and the wonders of the world around them.
Our Bodies is a physiology and anatomy class that explores the different systems of the human body. The class focuses on cells as the basic building blocks of our bodies, and our goal is to understand how each system helps the cells in our body to live and grow. Through hands-on projects, they will get a better understanding of what's going on in their own bodies!
Transportation is the story of the evolution of transportation. From the invention of the wheel to cars, trains, and airplanes, students will study the make up of various modes of transportation, how they are built, and their functions.
Students will be experiencing the outdoors first-hand by studying the rich natural landscape of the bay area. This course will introduce students to the beauty of nature and the importance of conservation.
Pre-historic Worlds will take your student on a journey back in time to the formation of the Earth. This class will explore the first lifeforms with an emphasis on dinosaurs and other prehistoric mammals such as woolly mammoths and saber tooth cats. Students will also learn about the lifestyle of the early humans. Students will transform into paleontologists to study the past through fossils.
A fascinating journey into the very little things around us. Microscopes and magnifying glasses will daily fixtures in this class as students try to create a picture of the microcosmos around them.
From rivers to oceans, Waterworlds is the exploration of the different bodies of water. Students will discover the unique ecosystems of each including the types of plants and animals that call it home.