Home School Connections

Home School Connections

Arizona Science Center offers a variety of home school opportunities for students from September through May.

Home School classes are held onsite at Arizona Science Center and offsite at Usery Mountain Park. Pre-registration is required and payments are non-refundable. Phone registration opens July 29 at 10 a.m.

For more information about home school explorer programs including times please click here.
For more information about home school tween programs including times please click here.
For more information about home school programs at Usery Mountain Park including times and suggested ages, please click here.


Pricing
Members: $20 for first child, $10 for the second and $5 for each additional child of the same family
Non-Members: $30 for first child, $10 for the second and $5 for each additional child of the same family

For more information, please contact:
Mary Campbell
Senior Educator Coordinator
602-716-2000 ext. 229
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k12 logo is the Presenting Sponsor for our Home School Connections offerings.

Homeschool


 
  • RATTLE, FANGS, AND VENOM

     
    EXTRA CHARGE OF $30 PER PARTICIPANT
    MAY 20, 21, 22, 23: Morning and afternoon classes available
    If you missed out on this last year or you just had so much fun and you want to repeat it, sign up now. Join us in learning about rattlesnakes, why they are called pit vipers and dissect a real rattlesnake.
  • WHAT’S UP WITH MATTER?

     
    MAY 6, 7, 9: Morning classes available
    MAY 13, 14, 15: Afternoon classes available
    Solids, liquids, gasses, compounds, mixtures, atoms and more. These are some of the topics we will explore as we learn about matter and how it behaves.
  • STRUNG OUT ON POLYMERS

     
    APR. 8, 9, 11: Morning classes available
    APR. 15, 16, 17: Afternoon classes available
    Polymers have fascinating properties. Explore this chemical world and all that it offers for us. You will be surprised about the many uses for these products
  • COW EYEBALL DISSECTIONS

     
    MAR. 25, 26, 27: Morning and afternoon classes available
    Can you see in the dark? Do you know why some animals' eyes glow at night? Learn about eyes through this hands-on cow eyeball dissection class.
  • BEHIND THE SCENES OF GREEN

     
    FEB. 11, 12, 14: Morning classes available
    FEB. 18, 19, 20: Afternoon classes available
    How do plants get what they need to survive? Explore the world of plants and trees to learn how they take in water, make the foods we need, and the oxygen we breathe.

Tweens


 
  • RATTLE, FANGS, AND VENOM

     
    EXTRA CHARGE OF $30 PER PARTICIPANT
    MAY 20, 21, 22, or 23: Morning or afternoon classes available
    If you missed out on this class last year or you just had so much fun and you want to repeat it, sign up now. Join us in learning about rattlesnakes, why they are called pit vipers and dissect a real rattlesnake.
  • ANATOMY OF A PIG

     
    EXTRA CHARGE OF $15 PER PARTICIPANT
    THIS IS A TWO-HOUR CLASS FROM 1-3 PM
    APRIL 22, 23, or 24
    Move on to more advanced dissection skills and learn the ins and outs of a fetal pig. Pigs are very important to medical science because their anatomy is very similar to humans. They are especially important in helping to advance technologies for heart disease. Come take a class that will help to prepare you for a premedicine degree.

Usery Mountain


 
  • STRUNG OUT ON POLYMERS

     
    APR. 18
    Polymers have fascinating properties. Explore this chemical world and all that it offers for us. You will be surprised about the many uses for these products
  • COW EYEBALL DISSECTIONS

     
    MAR. 28
    Can you see in the dark? Do you know why some animals' eyes glow at night? Learn about eyes through this hands-on cow eyeball dissection class.
  • BEHIND THE SCENES OF GREEN

     
    FEB. 21
    How do plants get what they need to survive? Explore the world of plants and trees to learn how they take in water, make the foods we need, and the oxygen we breathe.