The best way to foster a love of science in young people is to let them do it themselves! Science labs are a great way of doing hands-on science that inspires a lifetime of learning. But they can be tricky to do at home, especially in the high school years. That’s why we’re offering high school labs at the Creation Museum.
This fall we’re offering three full-year high school labs—in biology (which is already full), chemistry, and forensics. Each lab is 12 sessions with 24 labs total and they begin in September and go through April. Chemistry is taught by Roger Patterson, a former high school science teacher and the host of Unlocking Science (which you can find on Answers.tv), and forensics is taught by Dr. Jennifer Rivera, a forensic scientist—where else can you find forensic labs like this?
Through these labs, not only are high school students learning hands-on science but they’re learning it through the lens of a biblical worldview.
Through these labs, not only are high school students learning hands-on science but they’re learning it through the lens of a biblical worldview. They’ll discover how science confirms the Bible, how our orderly universe points to the Creator, and more.
Spots will fill up quickly so be sure to register today. Find all the details at CreationMuseum.org. The museum is located west of the Cincinnati Airport.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.