Science Circles: Active Young Scientists 2022/23

Who is awarded the title of Active Young Scientist?

Science Circles students who successfully complete the four assessment steps are celebrated as Active Young Scientists! This celebration is a reflection of the hard work these students put into fully engaging with the all aspects of the Science Circles program.

Below, video demonstrations/experiments conducted by this year's Active Young Scientists are showcased. Their videos reflect their understanding, learning, reasoning, innovation, creativity, and ability to analyze and solve while using technology and improving their confidence.

Message from Prof. Solmaz Khodaeifaal

To my active young scientists in the Science Circles classes,

Congratulations on your impressive accomplishments in the Science Circles program! Your video recordings not only demonstrate your excellent understanding of science concepts but also showcase your self-confidence and autonomy in your learning process. You should be proud of the hard work and dedication you have shown towards your science education. Your ability to reflect on your learning and take ownership of your science education is a valuable skill that will serve you well in the future.

Science Circles 2022/23: List of our Active Young Scientist

Feynman Part 2

Nazgol Yarmand

Gaoshang (David) Xu

Feynman Part 1

Alex Hu

Claire Liu


Pouya Sadeghian

Annabelle Gu

Aleksandra Mikhailova

Newton - Collaborative Project

Lulu Jamal, Anabelle Gu, and Declan Carvalho

Congratulations to all our young scientists!

Through consistent participation in Science Circles, children are empowered as they develop critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, and communication skills. Developing these key competencies prepares students for success in high school, university, and beyond!