Principles of Science


Registration Deadline: Sept 27th
NOTE: To register for this class, you must pay now AND sign up
Organized by Seattle Advocates for Education
Questions? Email

Basic Info

Location: Classes will be online through Google Classroom and Zoom | More info will be sent out before first class
Dates: Tuesdays | Sept. 29th, Oct 6th, Oct 13th, Oct 20th, Oct 27th, Nov 3rd, Nov 10th, Nov 17th
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Fee: $50 | contact for financial aid
Target: 4th - 5th grade


Dani Madan
Dani is a rising senior at Issaquah high school with an immense passion for Science and History. She has taken AP Biology, Ap Psychology, and high school chemistry. Additionally, she is the Director of Public Relations in DECA and is a youth organizer for People for Climate Action. Outside of school she likes to hike, listen to podcasts, and eat sushi.
Kareena Sikka
Kareena is a rising senior at Issaquah High School. She is passionate about science and hopes to share her love for biology and chemistry with kids. She is currently on the leadership board of her school’s HOSA chapter and Neuroscience Club. In her free time, she enjoys researching and writing on her medical blog, paddle boarding, and teaching viola.


Principles of Science will introduce and explore foundational scientific concepts relating to biology, chemistry, physics, and environmental science. We will encourage curiosity and meaningful discussions to help students develop a lifelong passion for science. Through fun and engaging lessons, activities, and experiments, students will develop a more complex understanding of the natural world and prepare to conquer higher level science courses. 


Biology: Biotic and Abiotic factors, Cells and Organelles, Genetics, Cell Division

Environmental Science: Cellular Respiration, Photosynthesis, Evolution, Natural Selection Chemistry: Energy and Matter, Thermodynamics, Atoms, the Periodic Table of Elements

Physics: Laws of Motion, Inertia, Gravity and More!

Prerequisite: Student should have approached, met, or exceeded standard in Science at their regular school in the previous school year.

Materials:​ Computer, notebook, pencils, and erasers. Additional materials will be communicated through email. No need to purchase anything.

Questions? Email

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