Why can planes and rockets fly? Why do soccer balls and baseballs curve? How do musical instruments make sound? Exploring physics can help us come to understand the how and the why. Students will build rockets, planes, circuits and a variety of other hands-on activities while learning how to use some basic tools along the way. Be ready to design, build and rethink designs as you learn more about how objects interact and different types of energy.
- $325 by the “Early Bird” deadline of April 19, 2018
- $375 after April 19, 2018
Ages: Students entering 7th, 8th, and 9th grades in the fall of 2018
Lunch is included!
Instructor: Liam Carey
Liam Carey is currently in his eleventh year teaching and is the director of the Inquiry & Innovation Program at SHC. He earned a Bachelor of science in Management Science Economics from UC San Diego as well as a physics credential, multiple-subject credential and masters in education from USF. He currently teaches Physics and AP Statistics here at SHC in addition to his experience teaching Chemistry and Accelerated Computer Programming.