Jemicy Upper School Chemistry students designed their own candy and soda physical reaction experiments, challenging themselves to achieve an explosion reaction height of 250 centimeters or higher. Many students met with success!
U.S. History I classes visited Philadelphia historic sites and cultural landmarks, including The National Constitution Center, Independence Hall, and Reading Terminal Market.
To enhance their study of oysters by learning about the geologic history and the biology of organisms living in the Chesapeake Bay, Jemicy Upper School Marine Science and Environmental Sustainability students went fossil hunting at Calvert Cliffs and toured the museum’s fossils and estuarine exhibits.
Jemicy Upper school physics students built and fired of model rockets with the guidance and expertise of a school parent.