Are you a homeschool parent of a high school student? Do you find the “hands-on” aspect of science difficult? Well, we’ve made it easy for you by offering a full year of labs at the Creation Museum in N. Kentucky. These science labs are a great way of doing hands-on science that inspires a lifetime of learning. And they are now open for registration.
Four high-school-level science lab courses are available for registration in the 2021-2022 school year.
Each lab is 12 sessions with 24 labs total. They begin in September and go through April. Chemistry and Physical Science are taught by Roger Patterson, a former high school science teacher and the host of Unlocking Science (which you can find on Answers.tv); forensic science and biology are taught by Dr. Jennifer Rivera, a forensic scientist; earth science is taught by Mrs. Eleanor Gillespie.
These labs are so much more than hands-on science—they’re unique in the world because they’re taught through the lens of a biblical worldview.
But these labs are so much more than hands-on science—they’re unique in the world because they’re taught through the lens of a biblical worldview. As they do science themselves and learn from world-class instructors, your student will discover how science confirms the Bible from the very first verse.
These labs, taking place at the Creation Museum (located west of the Cincinnati Airport in Petersburg, KY), have limited space available, so be sure to register your high school student today. Find all the details at CreationMuseum.org.
Now for those who don’t live near the Creation Museum or Ark Encounter, we are currently building a lab at the Ark’s Answers Center and trust next year to be offering one-week lab-intensive programs so students can come for a full week of lab training. Stay tuned—sign up for newsletters/emails, etc.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.