Montgomery Catholic Makes High School Science Fun

Montgomery Catholic’s High School campus science classes are constantly pushed and driven to come up with creative ways to make class more fun. They never seem to miss the mark either.

Mrs. Sington’s Honors Biology class recently learned about the properties of water. They conducted a project in which they counted the number of water drops and soapy water drops it took to fill a penny. This helped them make the connection to the property of cohesion and water surface tension. 

Dr. Parker’s AP Physics II class tested what they learned about fluids using Bernoulli and Torricelli’s principle to place a cup in the right place in order to catch water from a pipe. This one got a little messy, but the students didn’t mind.

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