All About Our Programs
Designed for students in grades K-6
Over 200 hours of content and a wide range of themes covering engineering to biology
Safe and engaging activities that have been kid-tested and teacher approved
Dynamic instructors with a flair for science explanations and classroom management
Fun educational science-themed take-homes and online activities that reinforce the learning experience and continue science exploration at home
How long are your programs (weeks and hours)?
Our standard program is 6 weeks in length and runs for an hour after school or the entire lunch/nutrition break. October sessions run 4 weeks.+
Who pays for an Science Club program?
Typically, Science Club programs are paid for by parents. In some cases, a PTO or other organization may opt to pay part or all of the students' enrollment.+
Can we run more than once a year?
We have 6 sets of Science Club programs, so students at schools where Mad Science only comes once a year can attend every year without duplication. We suggest that schools running twice a year alternate with some of our non-science programming like Crayola© Imagine Arts Academy to keep it fresh.+
Is it really free for the school?
Yes. In fact, when you consider that we provide a show for the whole school, fundraising support, and student sponsorships, schools partnering with Mad Science get $600+ of STEM enrichment for hosting a Science Club.+
Here's what schools have to say about our after-school programs!
My youngest has been waiting 2 years to be old enough to join the Club at the school and this year she was picked by the Mad Scientist to help in the show. She has been talking about it non-stop for 3 days!
Mad Science is a terrific program for today’s students. Our students have enjoyed the hands-on and challenging experiences that foster creative and higher-level thinking and problem-solving. Our school has appreciated the attention to detail as they use our facilities. Thanks to all at Mad Science!!!
Program was excellent! Children became very aware that science is not just fancy demonstrations utilizing complicated equipment. Science is everywhere - what a great motivator!