Exploration Academy is a 16 week program split between two semesters (12 weeks in the fall, 4 weeks in the spring) for 5th – 8th grade students. Students become part of the global community as they partner up with a school from a foreign country to help each other learn about the global issues of clean water, clean air, and renewable energy. Activities include:
- Build their own water filters and test them against natural filters and professional filters
- Test air for pollution and develop ways to clean it up
- Design, construct, and test various forms of “green” energy
- Program designed for students who are struggling with science concepts
- TEKS, NSS, NGSS Aligned
The class finishes with the students using the knowledge and skills they have learned to build a device to help their international friends clean up their water, air and energy.
2014-2015 School Year:
Fall Session: Sept. 15- Dec. 11, 2014
Spring Session: Jan. 13- Feb. 5, 2015
Week of December 16, 2014
Week of February 10, 2015
This experience is available to Public, Private, Charter and/or Home School Students
Contact Alice Walker at 281-283-4764 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.