Looking for a unique educational opportunity for your high school student? Look no further than our high school labs at the Creation Museum or the Ark Encounter. This opportunity allows homeschool, Christian school, or public school students to enjoy hands-on lab experience while learning through the lens of a biblical worldview. Such labs are really not available like this anywhere in the world.
Your student can enjoy these labs in one of two formats:
Through-the-year labs: This option has students completing twenty-four labs over twelve days, spread throughout the school year (August to March or April). At the Creation Museum, we’re offering biology, chemistry (sold out for this year), environmental science, forensic science, and physical science labs for the 2022–2023 school year. At the Ark Encounter, we’re offering biology labs.One-week intensive labs: Taking place in our brand-new, fully equipped lab in the lower level of the Answers Center at the Ark Encounter, students will complete fifteen essential labs over just five days. This is a great (and much requested!) option for families from outside our geographical area. This summer we’re offering biology (sold out for this year) and chemistry (June 27–July 1) lab intensives.It’s a wonderful way of showing students that science confirms God’s Word and Christians love science!
Whether it’s through the year or an intensive, each program features our specialist creation scientists and is taught from a biblical worldview—it’s a wonderful way of showing students that science confirms God’s Word and Christians love science!
If you have a high school student, I encourage you to check out our unique lab program. It’s an opportunity like no other to have your student study hands-on science in a way that honors and glorifies the Creator—and will equip them to stand on the authority of God’s Word from the very first verse. Don’t miss these unique opportunities for your students.
Register today before these labs fill up at CreationMuseum.org.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.