(formerly Science Olympiad)
- Open to all HMS and WJHS students.
- Eight weeks of classes, beginning December 4, 2019 and continuing through February 6, 2020 (no classes over Winter Break).
- Taught by volunteer experts from our community.
- Class sizes are limited and fill quickly
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN AT 9:00AM ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2019. ENROLLMENT IS ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE BASIS.
Wednesday 4-5pm, WJHS
Sports Physiology Liesel Brown
Want to jump higher and run faster? In this class, you will learn how your body works and functions, and how you can improve your overall health and sports performance.
Crave the Wave Chris Oh
Why is the sky blue? How do you locate an earthquake? Why do tsunami waves grow as they approach shore? How is the F-22 Raptor invisible to radar? In this class you will study all aspects of wave behavior.
Mystery Architecture Emily Mackie & Mhairi Phillips
In this class, you will work together to creatively design and build a unique structure that solves a problem and meets a community need. Last year’s class built a mobile shelter for the homeless!
Thursday 6-7pm, WJHS
Matter Matters James Lane
Steel, concrete, plastic, rubber, wood, glass…. Everything is made of a material. In this class, you will see how stuff is put together and used, and how it can be changed to do new amazing things.
Do the Cube Richard Lee & Jerich Lee
Do you like to solve puzzles? In this class, you will learn algorithms and tips to help solve Rubik’s Cube, the world-famous 3D puzzle game.
HUMAnatomy Alma Arslanagic
Did you know that the tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body? In this class, you will learn about body systems, including the structure of the parts, what they do, and how they work together.
Thursday 7-8pm, WJHS
Circuit City Christopher Wieczorek
In this shocking class, you will learn about the power of electricity, currents and conductors while building different types of circuits.
Aerodynamics Greg Mayer & Tony Asghari
Ever wondered how the shape of an airplane’s wings affects its ability to fly? Learn about how things fly as you build models that test the four forces of flight.