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Sep 27

BLOG CHANTILLY

By admin | Chantilly Center , Chantilly Center Blog

Chantilly 'Science Mind of the Month' Students

Every month at our center, we feature one of our special kids as Science Mind of the Month. These students have demonstrated persistence and focus and have accomplished more than our expectations. All of them have participated in our programs for several months. Give them a Thumbs up and check out their photo albums by following the links.

A Science Mind that loves to innovate
Pranav Tadepalli Science Mind of the Month- April Chantilly Pranav has been with Science Cosmos for over a year now[...]
This Science Mind has no intentions of slowing down
Michaela Frey Science Mind of the Month- December Chantilly December's Science Mind of the Month, Michaela Frey, is a very motivated[...]
A Science Mind who dashed his way to the top
Carmelo Nguyen Science Mind of the Month- September Chantilly Carmelo Nguyen, an independent and motivated student, is our Science Mind[...]
Dedicated Science Mind who loves to advance
Rasa Bayat Science Mind of the Month, April- Chantilly Rasa has been attending classes at Science Cosmos for over a[...]
A Science Mind who achieves more by doing more
Nikhil Kumar Science Mind of the Month,  May- Chantilly Nikhil Kumar has been a part of Science Cosmos for over[...]
Nidhi Bharadwaj. Science Mind of the Month Jan’16 Chantilly
Nidhi Bharadwaj Science Mind of the Month January 2016 Chantilly Nidhi Bharadwaj is the Science Mind of the Month in[...]
ENROLL IN CHANTILLY
Sep 16

ENROLL IN CHANTILLY

By admin | Chantilly Center

CHANTILLY ENROLLMENT

Enroll here for programs at the center, FREE trial Classes, Camps, Classes at affiliate schools

ENROLLMENT IN SCHOOLS & AFFILIATE SITES

PROMOTIONS

Chantilly Trail Calendar

 

CHANTILLY FREE TRIAL CLASS CALENDAR

The beauty of the program is that kids don't even realize they are learning something

My 10 year old son is very fond of Legos. He loves to puts things together. Science Cosmos is the best place for kids to experiment with legos and get a wonderful opportunity to learn robotics programming which helps their thinking abilities.
The center is very well staffed and kids get individual attention in their building effort. Each age group kids have age appropriate and brain stimulating activities. The beauty of the program is that kids don't even realize they are learning something. The learn while playing and without being burdened. It's a place to learn while relaxing. I truly love this center.

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ENROLL IN EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES


STEM learning and enrichment during the school year. The classes are self paced and gives kids an opportunity to learn at their own pace. We encourage students who are fast performers and also students who take time to think things through. The recommended duration is 6 or 12 months. Students can enroll anytime during the year, since they experience the courses at their own pace. Students start on an age-appropriate course in either the Protons, Neutrons or Electrons categories.   ENROLL  ONLINE  BELOW

Annual Membership  Only $105/Month

Month to Month Plan  Only $125/Month

There is a $29 One time registration Fee per Student.      Secure online registration is on the Science Cosmos registration portal.



SCIENCE COSMOS CAMPS
Sep 16

CHANTILLY

By admin | Chantilly Center

Chantilly Center

14120 Parke Long Ct. Ste 113
Chantilly, VA 20151

TEXT or CALL:  703-831-7416

Email: Chantilly@sciencecosmos.com

We are Located at the end of Parke long Ct. by the cul-de-sac. Turn right at the cul-de-sac and you can park there. The entry door is on the west side,  directly opposite Mustang Sally. See map below.

Hours At the Chantilly Center

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

CLOSED

5:15 PM & 6:30 PM

5:15 PM & 6:30 PM

CLOSED

5:15 PM & 6:30 PM

9 AM; 10:15 AM; 11:30 AM; 1:00PM; 2:15 PM; 3:30 PM

TRIAL ONLY

CLASSES AND CAMPS AT AFFILIATE & SATELLITE SITES

Here are the camps and classes offered at affiliate and satellite sites, served by the Chantilly branch: 

Book a FREE Trial Class

Let your child Experience a FREE trial class at the Chantilly, VA Science Cosmos Center and enjoy a fun hour of learning. See First hand how much fun the classes can be to your child. Pick any open spot on the calendar.

Science Cosmos
Sep 16

CHANTILLY CAMPS

By admin | Chantilly Center

Summer Camps at Science Cosmos fall under one of the 3 tracks - STEM, Engineering, Programming/Game Design. Every week has a different theme, based on the age group of the child.  Find the camp from each of the month's schedules below and register. It is that simple!

Here is our Science Cosmos promise

01 Virtual Camps

All camps are virtual so that we ensure proper public health practices

02 Small student groups

Students will get the extra attention they need. Small groups of 5 studetns per camp. This is an excellent teacher - student ratio.

03 Instructor Led class

The classes are led by our qualified instructors who have experience teaching STEM. Its not just self paced online learning.  1.5 hrs of instruction per day with a LIVE Instructor-led classroom.

04 No complex equipment

You wont need to worry about setting up or purchasing complex kits to enable your child to experience the camp from home.  We have designed our curriulum in such a way that all you would need is a computer and a few things you can easily find around the house.

05 Student will be able to apply  the skills 

The skills learnt in camp won't go to waste when the student is working with physical robots and electronics. The simulations we use to teach are realistic and can be easily applied on the robots that we have at the center.   These Simulation-enabled camps allow for in-depth learning  even in the virtual context.

06 Easy on the pocketbook!  

An engaging and challenging summer camp experience for your child, learning advance STEM lessons, for ONLY $125 a week. Sweet deal !

Camp Schedule & Enrollment

Select the month tab see the full schedule and Enroll

  • CAMP iNFO

  • JUNE SCHEDULE

  • JULY SCHEDULE 

  • AUGUST SCHEDULE

AUGUST CAMP HIGHLIGHTS

Hope you had a good Summer so far - time flies.  We continue with many of our cool themes. Sudents have enrolled in multiple weeks of camps by now and they will be exposed to new and differnt themes to keep them interested and excited.   For August Robotics wit EV3  is a cool camp for the older students and so is Python programming.  Video animation  - a great way to get expertise in computer based creativity.  Check out Scratch programming - this is where our junior group learn to program an animation - game based learning of   STEAM concepts.  For August the camps continue via remote learning sessions.  They cost just $125 - You cant beat this sweet deal ! 

Learn more by browsing the section on camp themes.  

Camp Information

  • POLICIES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Combo Camps

  • Flyer and Testimonials


PLEASE REVIEW  THE POLICY:


Camp Tuition is to be paid in full at the time of registration.


Any cancellations in advance of more than 1 week will receive a 50% Refund.  


No pro-rated refunds for missed days.


Any cancellations with less than 1 week's notice will be charged in full. NO refunds.
 


Summer Camps at Science Cosmos fall under one of the 3 tracks - STEM, Engineering, Programming/Game Design. Every week has a different theme, based on the age group of the child.  Find the camp from each of the month's schedules below and register. It is that simple!

Camps by Age group & Theme

  •  K - 4 th  GRADE 

  • 5 th - 9 th  GRADE 

Popular Camps for K - 4th Grade students

ROBOTICS CAMP

An introduction to robotics concepts through the fun of LEGO. Students will learn the basics of gears, motors, pulleys and block based programming through this camp. All while building exciting and amazing LEGO structures

ROCKET SCIENCE

Thrust, drag, weight and lift. Have you ever wondered how rockets fly?  Have you wondered how the weight of the rocket, shape and angle of the wings, and speed affect flight? Have you launched ROCKETS? Students will learn about the physics of flight while they build and test their own rockets. See the excitement come to life in this camp!

SLIME & GLUE SCIENCE

(Limited availability)   The world of chemistry comes together in a fun way. Students are fascinated and are in wonder looking at the 'Magic' they have created. 

STEM Engineering with LEGOS

Students will learn the basics of different types of simple machines through practical builds. An introduction to different types of simple machines like pulleys, levers, gears, axles, counterweight and their corresponding physics concepts. The builds are at various levels of complexity and will challenge a child at any level!

COOL ELECTRONICS & CIRCUITS

Wonder how burglar alarms work? Or wonder how radios or the lights or fans in your house work? Learn how to build circuits and unravel the mystery of electricity and magnetism all around us. Students will build basic circuits using Snap Circuits and other hardware components. 

VIDEO ANIMATION

Explore the magic of computer programming with Scratch, a free-to-use software developed by MIT’s best brains to encourage young learners to combine creativity with logic! With a cutting-edge application and a series of exciting projects, students uncover the sensational world of coding. Every day in this camp, participants expand their skills as they build their very own interactive storyboards and games with audio, video, animated characters and more.

GEOMETRY HANDS-ON WITH KNEX

(Limited Availability)   Learn the basics of geometry through 3 dimensional builds. Work together to brainstorm, design and then build bridges, pulleys and other structures all while learning important aspects of function, structural design and strength of materials.

PHYSICS OF CATAPULTS & PULLEYS

(Limited availability)   Get your Medieval gear on for battle! In this camp, participants experience the thrill of flinging projectiles from medieval machines such as trebuchets and catapults, while the lessons focus on learning scientific principles related to height, velocity and distance. Students can alter characteristics of the Medieval siege machines to test different variables. They see in action, concepts such as levers, inertia, counterweights, torsion and friction. They get an understanding of projectile motion, Newton’s Laws of Motion and potential and kinetic energy. Medieval costume is not required, but welcome!.

Summer Camps at Science Cosmos fall under one of the 3 tracks - STEM, Engineering, Programming/Game Design. Every week has a different theme, based on the age group of the child.  Find the camp from each of the month's schedules below and register. It is that simple!

A great resource for boys and girls who love to create

My child was at the summer camp at Science Cosmos. This is a great resource for boys and girls who love to create things with Lego, K-nex, Robotics, etc. Those are the activities that promote math skills. Learning how each piece fits together and seeing what they can make is a valuable challenge to the mind. >> MORE PARENT TESTIMONIALS

Yulia T ... Yelp Review by Customer

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We are thrilled they are spending time on intellectual activities

We had both our kids enrolled at Science Cosmos. Our kids love the experience and we are thrilled they are spending time on intellectual activities. I would highly recommend Science Cosmos.

Sam P , Yelp reviewer
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Aug 25

BLOG

By admin | Ashburn Center Blog , Chantilly Center Blog , Howard-East Blog , Science Mind

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Nidhi Bharadwaj. Science Mind of the Month Jan’16 Chantilly
Feb 14

Nidhi Bharadwaj. Science Mind of the Month Jan’16 Chantilly

By admin | Chantilly Center , Chantilly Center Blog , Science Mind

Nidhi Bharadwaj

Science Mind of the Month January 2016 Chantilly

Nidhi Bharadwaj is the Science Mind of the Month in Chantilly for January 2016. Nidhi has been with Science Cosmos for quite some time now and she continues to impress every week. Her positive attitude has allowed her to excel in both the Intermediate STEM and programming curriculums. She has recently completed the NXT curriculum which has allowed her to advance to the more rigorous EV3 curriculum.

SEE HER ALBUM HERE

While working on her projects, she enjoys to add her own special touch to her work. When finished with her projects, she will often create short stories with her robot’s display screen in order to enlighten the class. She is a joy to have in the classroom and we are sure that Nidhi will only continue to advance to higher levels of programming.

Arjun J. Green Scientist – Science Mind
Aug 04

Arjun J. Green Scientist – Science Mind

By admin | Chantilly Center , Chantilly Center Blog , Science Mind

Arjun Jothiramalingam is the Science Mind of the Month in Chantilly for July 2015. Arjun has been with us for over a year now and he is always a joy to have in the classroom. He has worked on various curriculums like Robotics, Renewable Energy, Intermediate STEM, and NXT. His favorite is the Renewable energy Curriculum.

SEE HIS ALBUM

While working on these projects he has always showed his continuous desire to learn about robots and their many uses. He looks forward to finding new ways to use his NXT Mindstorms robot, anything from making a windmill to using the bluetooth add-on that comes with the NXT Robot, Arjun will only continue to amaze us here at Science

Griffin Lewandowski Science Mind of the Month May 2015
May 14

Griffin Lewandowski Science Mind of the Month May 2015

By admin | Chantilly Center , Chantilly Center Blog , Science Mind

Xavier and Griffin are the Science Mind’s of the Month for May. The brothers are our students in Chantilly. Both are enthusiastic about their work. They love coming to Science Cosmos and are always happy to take on any challenge that we throw at them with positivity. They are both eager to learn and complete their work without much effort. Xavier and Griffin have been learning about STEM using legos. They completed the Intermediate STEM Course and learnt about simple machines. Xavier and Griffin have also worked on the introductory robotics course and have learned to program the robots using a graphical interface. See the pictures in the album showcasing some of the cool modes they built.

Xavier Lewandowski . Science Mind of the Month May 2015
May 14

Xavier Lewandowski . Science Mind of the Month May 2015

By admin | Chantilly Center , Chantilly Center Blog , Science Mind

Xavier and Griffin are the Science Mind’s of the Month for May. The brothers are our students in Chantilly. Both are enthusiastic about their work. They love coming to Science Cosmos and are always happy to take on any challenge that we throw at them with positivity. They are both eager to learn and complete their work without much effort. Xavier and Griffin have been learning about STEM using legos. They completed the Intermediate STEM Course and learnt about simple machines. Xavier and Griffin have also worked on the introductory robotics course and have learned to program the robots using a graphical interface. See the pictures in the album showcasing some of the cool modes they built.

Taylor Science Mind of the Month Jan 2015 Chantilly
Jan 31

Taylor Science Mind of the Month Jan 2015 Chantilly

By admin | Chantilly Center , Chantilly Center Blog , Science Mind

Taylor Kynard

See Taylors COOL ROBOT ARM!

Taylor is one of our most advanced Science Mind. She is well versed in STEM, the concepts of simple machines and the basics of programming. At the young age of 11 she has designed, built and programmed her very own robotic arm that is capable of seeing and lifting objects. We are very proud of young taylor and we wish her the very best for her future, here at science cosmos and after. We are proud of you. If you would like to see more of her , see her photo album. Taylor had participated in FLL competitions.

TAYLORS PHOTO ALBUM HERE