Try it and see.
Hands on classes offer a unique opportunity to prototype real-world solutions.
When Kyle dreamed of a shape-shifting wheel, he knew he’d get the support to bring it to life.
Even a tiny robot can solve important problems. See how two students built a pair of robots to clean up toxic waste.
Anything can happen...until the numbers get big enough. Enjoy a fundamental lesson in statistics from Mr. Barnes.
Can a flower be perfect? If you’re in love, perhaps. If you’re a biologist, definitely. Learn more with Mr. Teutsch.
“There is no such thing as a failed experiment, only experiments with unexpected outcomes.”
Discover our universe, its origin, the rules governing matter, and the means by which it’s observed.
Outstanding mathematics students cover content ranging from the calculus of fields to vector calculus.
Learn an object-oriented approach to programming, with an emphasis on problem solving, algorithm development, and data structures.
Outside of class, events, speakers, and clubs let students pursue their independent passions and talents.
At this annual science fair, students show of research projects ranging from biological assays to electric vehicles.
In 2015, explorer Robert Ballard spent several days on campus, sharing details of his methods and discoveries.
In this Deerfield Magazine feature, learn how Jessica Harrison Fullerton ’00 is using science—and business—skills to combat parasitic worms.