GET IN THE GAME ... Philippians 3:13-14


Make a Catapult ~ Launch a Bottle Rocket ~ Build a Replica of a Human Skeleton ~ Create an Electric Circuit using Conductive Playdough!

These are only a few of the fun projects that campers will find at Science Academy Camp! Learn how to check your pulse and keep an egg from breaking when dropped from a height; learn what a cobra wave is and how to remove a hard-boiled egg without breaking the shell; there will be a burning bush demo and many other seemingly impossible tasks. We are planning an exciting, fun-filled, and yes, somewhat messy 3-day camp experience! We hope you will join us as we experience how fun science really is!


cheryl-wallaceCHERYL WALLACE

Cheryl obtained her undergraduate degree in biology in Illinois in 1994, medical degree in Chicago in 1988, and pediatric residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas in 1991. She has practiced medicine in Minnesota since 1994 recently leaving her medical practice. She has made it her goal to reach out to children and families providing learning opportunities so children can experience how much fun science can be.


john-wallaceJOHN WALLACE

John is currently attending the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota with a double major in physics and electrical engineering as well as a minor in music. He plays piano, pipe organ, and harpsichord. He has interests in computer programming and martial arts with a second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and currently is becoming proficient in Judo. He enjoys exploring how science and math are related to music and other daily life experiences.


peter-wallacePETER WALLACE

Peter is graduating from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota this spring with a major in biochemistry and double minor in physics and music. He plans to attend medical school with a career in trauma surgery. He plays banjo, piano, base guitar, and bag pipes. Other interests include martial arts with a second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and “do it yourself” design. He enjoys teaching others how science can be fun.