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Enrollment deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE


Enrollment Deposit
Secures your student's placement in our program.



Our in-person Jr Lab Rats and Lab Rats level classes are at capacity. 
We are still accepting Cyber Rats, but please also consider joining our Wait List. 

Occasionally, a committed student may drop before classes begin, and we'd love to provide you with the opportunity to take that spot. 


Just CONTACT us!  Be sure to include your student's name and whether you are interested in ou Jr Lab Rats or Lab Rats level class. 

Enrollment Deposit

  • Our classes are designed so that you can place your students based on ability and interest, not age.

    Jr. Lab Rats
    Upper Elementary-Middle School Level
    Class Schedule/Hours:
    August 13– May 13
    10:00-10:45 AM


    The Rat Pack Lab
    All Students-Combined Levels
    Class Schedule/Hours:
    August 13– May 13
    10:45 AM – Noon
    Lab Hours Qualifying for High School Credit:  70

    Lab Rats
    Middle School- High School Level
    Class Schedule/Hours:
    August 13– May 13
    Noon-1:30 PM
    Class Hours Qualifying for High School for Credit:  130              

    Course Description (For Lab Rats Level)The Chemistry curriculum is designed to continue student investigations of the physical sciences that began in grades K-8 and provide students the necessary skills to be proficient in chemistry. This curriculum includes more abstract concepts such as the structure of atoms, structure and properties of matter, and the conservation and interaction of energy and matter. Students investigate chemistry concepts through experience in laboratories and field work using the processes of inquiry. Chemistry students use the periodic table to help with the identification of elements with particular properties, recognize patterns that lead to explain chemical reactivity and bond formation. They use the IUPAC nomenclature in order to predict chemical names for ionic (binary and ternary), acidic, and inorganic covalent compounds, and conduct experiments to manipulate factors that affect chemical reactions. Course concepts include matter, energy, atoms, moles, ionic and covalent bonds, chemical equations, chemical reactions, causes of change, states of matter, intermolecular forces, gases, solutions, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases, reaction rates, oxidation and reduction, electrochemistry, nuclear, carbon, organic, and biological chemistry.


    Applicable High School Credit Hours For Lab Rats Level Class and Lab:  1

    ​Cyber Rats
    We offer an online options for both our Junior Lab Rats and Lab Rats classes.

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