Experiencing science hands-on is vital for developing a love of science and a thorough knowledge of the scientific method. Due to the nature and expense of science labs, homeschoolers may miss out on certain aspects of hands-on science without a specialized program. And that’s why we’re offering high school labs here at the Creation Museum.
It’s more than just hands-on science; it’s science taught through the lens of a biblical worldview.
These labs begin in September and continue throughout the school year. Students will enjoy twelve sessions and twenty-four hands-on labs, taught by expert-level instructors right here in our lab at the Creation Museum. Of course, it’s more than just hands-on science; it’s science taught through the lens of a biblical worldview. That’s difficult to find!
We have three 2020‒2021 high school labs: biology, chemistry, and forensics (which is unique!). We have been offering these labs for a few years now, and they’ve been very popular. Students love the hands-on experiments and the expert teaching about science and God’s Word.
These labs are very popular with homeschoolers, but we’ve also had public school and Christian school students attend our labs as a supplement to their science class. Sadly, even many Christian schools do not teach science through the lens of a biblical worldview, and public schools certainly don’t, so these labs are a wonderful opportunity to expose these students to hands-on science and the biblical worldview.
And remember, many students will hear evolutionists say one can’t be a creationist and a scientist. Bring them to these labs, so they get to meet and be taught by creation scientists!
I encourage you to register your student(s) today before these labs fill up. Learn more on our Creation Museum website.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.