PS Science STEM Clubs offer students discussion time, share-and-tell and group science activities each week. Clubs are grade-specific for Kindergarten through 5th grade science-loving students.
Each club has a maximum of 12 students and a Lead PS Science Instructor. Clubs also involve guest visits from STEM professionals and high school and college level STEM students volunteer as mentors with many club groups. The PS Science Instructors who lead the clubs are experienced elementary school STEM educators.
The Fall 2021 club session will begin the week of October 11.
Check out these reviews from parents of our Fall 2020 STEM Clubs:
“My little scientist absolutely loves your class and looks forward to it every week. I am so thankful for the time you spend keeping her so engaged and curious about the world around her.”
“I’m so sorry – missed Science club today. It’s the highlight of her week and I slipped on it.”
“He is really enjoying your class and looks forward to it every week. Thank you for taking your time to teach them. These are crazy times and I’m glad they’re having fun and learning.”
Thank you so much! Our son has been on cloud 9 and begging to be in science club every week ever since the zoom ended today. Honestly, your patience is a true gift and our entire household is thankful for it. It was such a bright spot for him and for us to see him so engaged and happy. He hasn’t stopped smiling.
If you’d like more information about joining the PS Science After School Science Clubs please contact Julie Olds, PS Science Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the past five years, PS Science has hosted
S-TEAM Rangers Summer Science Camp. Camp details for 2022 are still being finalized – sign up below to be the first to know when our camp details are released.
Fill out the form below to stay updated about our summer programming! Regardless of whether our camp will be held virtual or in-person, we have big plans for Summer 2021 and hope to see you at camp!
The PS Science two-week summer program provides highly interested and motivated students the opportunity for more in-depth science investigation. The camp utilizes the science facility on the Crossroads School’s upper campus and is FREE of charge for students at participating Tier I schools, while Crossroads students pay a fee.
Dressed in their official lab coats and with lab notebooks in hand, students build solar cars, created flying machines, programmed robots, created a kinetic structure, and so much more.