Explore Science 2023

Inspiring the Next Generation of Innovators

Join us for the 7th Annual Explore Science Day for boys in 5th and 6th grades. An unforgettable day where we bring textbook learning to life.

Thursday, October 12 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
On the campus of Saint Stanislaus

Explore Science Day – one special day dedication to inspiring and motivation students to reach their full potential in the field of science.

Explore Science Day offers exciting and innovative science
learning experiences outside the classroom.

The Learning Experience

Explore Life Science, Marine Science, Physical Science, and STEM through fun and interactive experiences.

The Event

Explore Science Day will be held on Thursday, October 12 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on the Saint Stanislaus campus.

There will be transportation available from the Catholic schools in the diocese.

The event is free and will include lunch.

    Student Collaboration

    This event will be attended by students from various schools in the area. The day will be filled with opportunities for collaboration and the formation of new friendships among students.

    Life Science

    Students will learn about the native animals in our region, their habitat, and their role in the environment.

    Marine Science

    Senior marine science interns will guide students through the aquatic world of the Gulf of Mexico.

    Physical Science

    Students will explore the chemical and physical world through demonstrations and hands-on experiments.

    STEM Program

    Students will learn about the intersection between science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through construction activities.

    Sign up for Explore Science Day today!

    Join us for a fun day to learn, engage with science, and connect with fellow educators.

    For more information regarding this event, please contact Jeremy Clark, Director of Admissions – jclark@ststan.com

    Excused Absence: students from a Catholic school in the Biloxi Diocese will receive an excused absence. If you are a student in a public school or other private school, you should contact your principal.