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Our physics program for elementary and high school students is an exciting exploration of the fundamental laws that govern the universe. Our tutors provide a dynamic learning environment where students discover the wonders of motion, energy, and the forces that shape our world. From understanding the simple machines that surround us to delving into the mysteries of electromagnetism and gravity, our program sparks curiosity and scientific inquiry. Whether your child is embarking on their first physics adventure or seeking to deepen their understanding, our program is tailored to their needs. Join us on a journey that cultivates critical thinking and problem-solving skills for a lifetime of scientific exploration.

Grades 1-8

Introduction to Physics:

  • Exploring the concept of physics and its relevance in everyday life

Motion and Forces:

  • Speed, velocity, and acceleration.

  • Types of forces 

Simple Machines:

  • Levers, pulleys, and inclined planes

  • How simple machines make work easier

Energy and Work:

  • Kinetic, potential, and mechanical energy

  • Work and how it relates to force and motion

Heat and Temperature:

  • Exploring heat and temperature as forms of energy

  • Conduction, convection, and radiation


  • Sound waves and how sound travels

  • Pitch, volume, etc.

Light and Optics:

  • Introduction to light as a form of energy

  • Reflection and refraction

Electricity and Magnetism:

  • Static electricity, current, circuits

  • Magnets and magnetic forces

Gravity and Space:

  • Gravity and its role in keeping objects on Earth

  • Space, planets, and our solar system

High School 
Grades 9-12

Classical Mechanics:

  • Kinematics (motion, velocity, acceleration)

  • Dynamics (forces, Newton's laws)

  • Circular motion and gravitation

Energy and Work:

  • Conservation of energy

  • Power and efficiency

  • Potential and kinetic energy

Momentum and Collisions:

  • Momentum and impulse

  • Elastic and inelastic collisions

Waves and Sound:

  • Wave properties (amplitude, frequency, wavelength)

  • Sound waves and their behavior

  • Doppler effect

Light and Optics:

  • Reflection and refraction

  • Lenses and mirrors

  • Interference and diffraction

Electricity and Magnetism:

  • Electric fields and forces

  • Circuits and Ohm's law

  • Magnetism and electromagnetic induction

  • Electromagnetic spectrum

“Being a scientist is not just about doing experiments or crunching numbers; it’s about being curious and asking the right questions.”
- Chien Shiung Wu, physicist 

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