Science Quest School Year Programming is an awesome way to keep your budding scientist or engineer involved in the fun of science & engineering all year long!
Just like our summer Science Quest camps, our school year programming is completely student-run with support from the Engineering Society of Queen’s University. All of our club programming is based on Queen’s University campus in Beamish-Munro Hall, the main engineering building on campus.
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Our club sessions are split into two main groups, and are best for kids in grades 4 through 8:
Synapse: our all-girls section
Momentum: our co-ed section
Both groups do super cool hands-on experiments and participate in exciting inquiry-based learning activities and challenges.
Our fantastic instructors are all undergraduate students at Queen’s University, in both engineering & science programs, and serve as positive role models to help inspire your child’s interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
Club sessions meet once-twice a month, from September-November, and again from January-March. Sessions will always take place on Saturday afternoons from 1-4 pm, and each session will focus on a different stream of science.
Fall and Winter Sessions have different activities but the same instructors – you can sign up for as many dates as you would like!
Clubs 2017-2018 dates:
Each session costs $20.
Interested in attending School Year Programming but require financial aid? Click here to apply for our bursary program!
Registration is open! See our Clubs Registration tab for more information.
If you are interested in signing up for a single session, please email email@example.com