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Curiosity in science

      Although the old adage asserts, “Curiosity killed the cat”, in science, curiosity has solved mysteries and answered some of the most profound and puzzling questions about nature and the universe. Questions like, “Why is the sky blue?” “Why do things fall to the ground when thrown up?” “How can a brown cow eat green grass and produce white milk?” These and many more questions have been answered by the curiosity of scientists. In our classes, we encourage curiosity and welcome questions. We understand that our students’ curiosity and questions will lead them to breakthroughs as we prepare them to be future scientists. We do our best to equip them with the tools they will need to solve problems and as well as foster curiosity. This is because in science curiosity solves problems.