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Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory is a premier field trip destination in Northeast Kansas. Students visiting BCSCO will experience hands-on scientific discovery they cannot access in a traditional classroom. Students from around the area have visited BCSCO! We most recently partnered with Holton USD 336 to host the Greenbush Mobile Learning Lab which facilitated STEM workshops with students from the area. Our classroom  features wireless Internet with capability from both inside and outside of the building.  When students visit Banner Creek Science Center our goal is for them to leave filled with the wonder and possibility of science. We are currently developing Science Kits for checkout to teachers in the fall for a nominal fee.  We will be posting more about that feature as it is developed.  Contact us to learn more about field trips to Banner Creek Science Center & Observatory or to book your spot today!

The Banner Creek Science Center & Observatory hosted the Greenbush mobile learning lab where students worked with Tinkercad to learn computer programming skills. BCSCO is a premiere school field trip location in Northeast Kansas. Photo courtesy Topeka Capitol-Journal

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Students who come to Banner Creek Science Center get to enjoy a state-of-the-art classroom facility featuring Internet access, large-screen television, a variety of educational equipment, and access to area experts on science topics. Contact BCSCO to schedule your field trip! Photo courtesy Royal Valley USD 337.

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There's no better place to experience astronomical events in Northeast Kansas than Banner Creek Science Center. Students are able to view the sky like never before. Experts are on hand to help students experience events like solar eclipses safely and responsibly.

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The Banner Creek Science Center & Observatory hosted the Greenbush mobile learning lab where students worked with Tinkercad to learn computer programming skills. BCSCO is a premiere school field trip location in Northeast Kansas. Photo courtesy Topeka Capitol-Journal

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