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Science Adventure School inspires West Virginia students love of science


WESTON, W.Va. (WBOY) – A place to explore outdoor skills and fall in love with science may sound too good to be true, but this is exactly what Science Adventure School (SAS) is doing for middle schoolers across West Virginia. The free program offers the opportunity for sixth grade students to participate in sports and learn about the science behind them.

SAS has four locations across the state: Summit Bechtel Reserve, WVU Outdoor Education center, Jackson’s Mill 4-H Camp and Heritage Farms School. With the two northern and southern locations, the program has been able to serve 3,143 students since it started in 2018.

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