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2019-2020 SCHOOL-YEAR WEEKLY CLASS SCHEDULES

STEM CORE (Apprentice) 4 wks - Starts 4/28
Grade: 3-5
10:00 - 11:30
Course Info
Biology
4 weeks
$15/hr
BOTANICAL SCIENCES
Students will learn the life cycle of plants and create a miniature garden at home. Through nurturing and harvesting homegrown sprouts, herbs and vegetables, students will grasp the concept of organic foods, balanced and nutritious recipes, natural remedies, as well as how to properly store, process and extract essence in herbs to remain the therapeutic and medical properties.
ENGINEERING
(Apprentice)
4 wks - Starts 5/5
Grade: 3-5
1:00 - 2:30
Course Info
Engineering
4 weeks - Starts
$15/hr
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
Through research, students will collect and investigate commonly used household products and create new designs to improve an existing products' purpose, aesthetics, and experiences. Exploring the physical form, communication style, and functional approach, students will publish the final product design through a mixture of media: websites, blogs and apps.
CHEMISTRY
(Master)
6 wks - Starts 5/13
Grade: 9-12
10:00 - 11:30
Course Info
Chemistry
6 weeks
$22/hr
CHEMISTRY EXPLORATIONS
A variety of choice activities, including atomic modeling, thermal transfer, conservation of energy, nuclear chemistry, acids and bases, and environmental chemistry!
BIOLOGY
(Master)
6 wks - Starts 5/13
Grade: 9-12
1:00 - 2:30
Course Info
Biology
6 weeks
$22/hr
VIROLOGY VATICINATED
Knowledge IS power! The more we know, the less we fear. Empower your student by learning what viruses are, how they work in the human body, and how scientists use mathematics to analyze the data to determine growth rates. Students will become epidemiologists in a real world scenario case study, using Python to create a program to determine the Ro (pronounced “R naught”).
3D DESIGN (Scholar) 4 wks - Starts 4/30
Grade: 4-8
10:00 - 11:30
Course Info
3D Design, Math, Engineering
4 weeks
$15/hr
INTRO TO 3D DESIGN
Students will be introduced to the world of 3D Design through a free, online 3D CAD (computer-aided drawing) software. They will learn the tools needed to realize their own creations, as well as tailor existing designs for their own needs. Some basic geometry topics (radius, angles, degrees) will also be covered.
ENGINEERING (Scholar) 4 wks - Starts 5/7
Grade: 6-8
1:00 - 2:30
Course Info
Engineering
4 weeks
$15/hr
SPEED, POWER & MACHINES
Students will be introduced to the physics behind awesome machines like cars, boats, and roller coasters, and learn to design and make them with ordinary materials available at home.
PYTHON CODE II
(Scholar)
4 wks - Starts 5/8
Grade: 5-8
10:00 - 11:30
Course Info
Coding
4 weeks
$15/hr
PYTHON CODING
Python is a great language to use and understand the basic components of computer programming. This Python course includes exercises to help you understand the components of Python while incrementally developing more significant programs. The projects in this course will be based on assignments that relate to real-world problems. No previous programming knowledge needed. Join us to start your computer science journey!
PYTHON CODING
(Scholar)
4 wks - Starts 5/8
Grade: 5-8
1:00 - 2:30
Course Info
Coding
4 weeks
$15/hr
PYTHON CODING
Python is a great language to use and understand the basic components of computer programming. This Python course includes exercises to help you understand the components of Python while incrementally developing more significant programs. The projects in this course will be based on assignments that relate to real-world problems. No previous programming knowledge needed. Join us to start your computer science journey!
BIO/CHEM (Apprentice) 4 wks - Starts 5/2
Grade: 3-6
10:00 - 11:30
Course Info
Coding
4 weeks
$15/hr
IMMUNE SYSTEM FOR LIFE
Explore the cell’s secret of our immune system through motion graphic activities. Students will learn the cell’s responses to different viruses, bacteria, and allergy triggers, expressed by the student's own storytelling perspectives to depict science scenarios: What would be the cell's defense, attack and adaptation modes? And which side wins?