CSU East Bay Science Festival on October 24
Explore the Unknown, Expand your Science
The cumulative results of our students’ test scores indicates that our classes are one to two years ahead of the national norms.
Students matriculate to some of the finest universities and colleges. Our students excel because we encourage them to participate in events and activities such as, “Explore the Unknown, Expand your Science.”
Redwood Christian Schools has a strong commitment to the sciences and encourages students of all ages to take advantage of opportunities outside our classrooms, and then bring back questions to their teachers after the event.
One such event is coming up Saturday, October 24, 2015 California State University East Bay is hosting its biennial Science Festival from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission and parking are free so bring the whole family.
- Chemistry Magic Show
- Life of a Criminalist
- Geophysical Prospecting
- Fossil Casting
- Observing the Sun with a Telescope
- Mathematical Puzzles
- Statistics Funhouse
- Computer Simulation
- Psychology Playground
- Potpourri of Physics
- Health Screenings
- Robot in Action
- Sea slugs, Bugs & other Creatures
For more information about this event visit this website. This event is part of a larger two-week Bay Area Science Festival from October 22 to November 7. More information about the full festival can be found here.