Science Circles

Young Scientist Award

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 all aspects of the Science Circles program.

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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.

Feynman II

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**Nazgol Yarmand**Submission by

**Gaoshang (David) Xu**Feynman I

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**Alex Hu**Submission by

**Claire Liu**Newton

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**Pouya Sadeghian**Submission by

**Annabelle Gu**Submission by

**Aleksandra Mikhailova**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!

Level III

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**Ivan Kolosov**Level II

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**Gaoshang David Xu**Submission by

**Ana Ungur**Submission by

**Dimitriana Nazarov**Submission by

**Zachary Iakhno**Level I

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**Claire Liu**Submission by

**Alex Hu**Submission by

**Genevieve Wang**Submission by

**Theodore Yip**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!

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Hear what parents, students, and teachers have to say about Math Circles.

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Hannah Hwang

Parent

"When I was in the high school what I did most in math classes was memorize formulas and do lots of calculations. I was blessed to find the Math Circles program. I loved the way of approaching the concepts, and I learned a lot from the materials along with my daughter. Thanks so much for providing such a wonderful program to our kids."

Gordon Hamilton

Math Educator

"Let us not equate mathematics and arithmetic; let us not equate applying algorithms and thinking. Math Circles explores mathematics that is worthy of the human intellect. It's not trying to make math easy, but celebrates the challenge of struggling with a tough problem."

Robert Huang

Graduate

"After graduating, I went to University of Waterloo and am studying Statistics. I think Math Circles helped me a lot, especially with regards to tackling a problem from multiple perspectives, which was a skill that I use a lot in both my academic work and professional work."

Simon Kim

Parent

"Once again, Andrew had a wonderful year with Math Potentials. Thank you very much for all your hard work! Andrew has gone from being very intimidated by math to feeling quite confident(sometimes boastful ha ha) and comfortable with it. He got all As last report card, and was recommended to Grade 9 Math because he had finished Grade 8 by December, so in Grade 9, he will be taking Gr10 Math."