The Richmond High Science department develops students who:
1: Use science to observe, investigate, analyze, and influence their world; and
2: Empower themselves and others to realize their potential as members of society
Creating and supporting projects in which students design, conduct, and report experiments that are critically evaluated by their peers.
We want our students to spend their day-to-day time in class actually doing science. This means they build and fly rockets, grow bacteria on petri dishes, discover optimal conditions in which to grow plants, design chemistry experiments, build catapults, (carefully) explore combustion, and experience countless other hands-on, student-driven science adventures. The one constant is that we all never stop learning.
Questions? Contact James Kealey, science chair: email@example.com.