Science in the Summer

The Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department is partnering with GSK and the UNC Morehead Planetarium & Science Center to offer “Science in the Summer” for rising 2nd through 8th graders.

The free program will be offered at the Alston-Massenburg Center, 416 N. Taylor St., according to the following schedule:

  • Level 1 – 2nd and 3rd graders; Monday-Friday, July 22-26; 9 a.m.-noon

  • Level 2 – 4th and 5th graders; Monday-Friday, July 22-26; 1-4 pm

  • Level 3 – 6th-8th graders; Monday-Wednesday, July 15-17; 9 a.m.-noon

Register Now

There is no cost to participate, but due to a limit of 20 students per session, registration is required.

Completed applications will be accepted until 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 30, and may be emailed to Recreation Specialist Garrett Bryant or delivered/mailed to the Alston-Massenburg Center, 416 N. Taylor St.

The Science of Me

Participating students will spend time exploring human biology through hands-on activities and experiments.

The human body is made of complex systems that are constantly working to complete tasks such as breathing, running, and even picking up a pencil. Our nervous system runs the show, our muscular system gets us where we need to go, and our digestive system fuels us from head to toe. Without our body systems working in harmony, we would not be able to function. From the building blocks of life to organ systems, students will develop a deeper understanding of the human body.

Science in the Summer
Program Coordinator (Athletics)