The Science curriculum is a hands-on experience with students learning concepts through exploration, experiments, demonstrations, and research. Science is an academic space to build study and research skills and learn to work both independently and in pairs and groups. The middle school science curriculum prioritizes learning the scientific method, sending students to high school with the content knowledge and process knowledge to be successful.
Pictured After learning the properties of mixtures and solutions, Grade 7 students experimented with building concrete with different solution rations and then tested the strength with a sledge hammer.
Paul Penna Downtown
Jewish Day School
750 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2J2
(Located in the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre)