Hall of Science
The Hall of Science is designed to spark curiosity and bring out the inner scientist in our students.
Our STEM Coordinator, Mr. David Mestre, uses simple experiments that students can replicate at home to show how the world around us works—and he also introduces students to state-of-the-art technology and their real-world applications.
The Hall of Science is open to local schools for field trips. Contact us to schedule a visit.
In the Hall of Science, students have:
- used balloons, soda cans, and water to learn about static electricity
- explored the night sky using the Vaonis Stellina, a state-of-the-art telescope
- built cup-and-string communication devices to learn about the connection between vibrations and sound and how sound travels as a wave
- tested out PocketLabs to measure air quality and magnetic fields
- experimented with electrical engineering and circuits
- built loop gliders to study flight
- constructed hologram projectors using thermoforming
- and so much more!