Science of Life

Planet earth is home to a wondrous assortment of living things. In Science of Life, campers design their own experiments, conduct field research and collect data in visits to different habitats around the Park School campus, Larz Anderson Park, local zoos, and museums. We'll learn about diversity by examining a variety of traditional experimental plants and animals. We work with both preserved specimens (bones, furs, whole animals), as well as living creatures and are careful to treat all of our experimental organisms humanely. This is a hands-on experience that any young science fanatic won't want to miss!

Program Director

Randy Bradley-Campbell - 15th summer at Park

Randy studied early childhood education at Cambridge College as well as biology and agriculture at the University of Maine. He owns an educational consulting and herpeto-culture business that strives to ensure the proper treatment and respect for reptiles and amphibians in all educational endeavors. During the year, Randy teaches Kindergarten at the Devotion School in Brookline.


Program Details

  • Entering Grades K - 2
  • One 2-week session

Session Dates

  • August 7 - 18 - (Closed)
Swim Lesson Included

Please note:

  • No camp on Tuesday, July 4
  • Camp ends at noon on Fri., Aug. 18

Hours

    ​8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Program Fee

  • $1480

Registration Policies

Forms and Schedules

Science of Life Sample Daily Schedule
Science of Life Calendar