Scientific research has become a way for science and math students to demonstrate their intellectual creativity. However, the collective skills needed to execute an innovative, scientific project are not often taught in the high-school classroom. Successfully completing a long-term science project is a precursor to real scientific research. This summer camp will provide students with the tools to learn how to complete a long term, high-school-level, scientific project. Each camper will choose from one of three base projects, modify the project for individuality, conduct a literature review, develop a research plan, and create tables for data collection. Each camper will leave with a science project, that, if data collection continues, would be eligible for use in science fair competitions during the 2019 science fair season.
May 28-June 1 (Session 1)
June 4-June 8 (Session 2)
Co-Ed: Rising 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grades
9:00 am to 12:00pm (no lunch, no swimming)
$300 per session