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Real-life experiences teach students how to shape the world around them.

“Our physics curriculum is designed to prepare students for college. We work tirelessly to incorporate experiential learning opportunities to show how physics can be applied to real life—from building bridges with household items to demonstrate tension and force, to designing roller-coaster rides using the principles of physics.

Experiential learning engages students in practical experiences so they can connect theory and classroom knowledge to real-life situations.”

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