Biotechnologist Kids: Check out the Ontario Science Centre Science School

April 20, 2012 at 10:17 am Leave a comment

Are you a Grade 11 student looking for a challenge?
Become a part of the Science Centre for a semester of Grade 12!

Earn SCIENCE and MATH credits.
Explore new science and technology.
Be inspired for life.

Spend an enriching semester at the Ontario Science Centre Science School
and earn Grade 12 University Preparation science and mathematics credits!

Benefit from a solid learning experience, including:

•Unique learning environment
•Small, informal classes
•Experienced, enthusiastic, imaginative teachers

The Ontario Science Centre Science School presents students with an opportunity to gain University Preparation science credits during an enriched semester at the Ontario Science Centre. Students acquire a solid academic background in classes that are small and informal with experienced, enthusiastic and imaginative teachers. Science School labs are housed in the heart of the Science Centre.

Click here for more information

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