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31st Annual Super Science Saturday Today at 9am !

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Ridgewood Nj, The 31st edition of the LARGEST SCIENCE EXPERIENCE in North Jersey welcomes all ages and abilities. In addition to Rocket launches, Drones Races, Petting Zoos, 3D Printing, Egg Drops and a show by the LIBERTY SCIENCE CENTER, we’ve got a brand new lineup of exciting presenters from Large Robots to Aeronautic Engineering!

Admission is FREE thanks to support from the Ridgewood Education Foundation and Valley Health System.

9am today at Ridgewood High School  , Ridgewood, NJ

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Super Science Saturday: March 2 at Ridgewood High School


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Ridgewood NJ, Super Science Saturday, hailed as the “Greatest Science Extravaganza in Northern New Jersey,” brings fun and excitement to science through professional presenters and student projects. As a joint project of the Ridgewood Board of Education and the Super Science Saturday Volunteer Committee, we aim to bring all science lovers together for a day of fun and learning for all ages.

In an effort to make Super Science Saturday an even better experience, we have changed venues to Ridgewood High School, giving more space for student presenters in our “Hall of Science.” Our adult presenters will also have generous space throughout hallways, the Cafeteria, and the Campus Center.

Super Science Saturday will appeal to everyone from the casual observer to the aspiring scientists. Most of all, we hope to spark an interest in science among children, showing them the wonders of science. Through interactive exhibits such as a wheelchair maze, live animals, and demonstrations of chocolate making to more complex brain wiring demonstrations, Super Science Saturday will satisfy the scientific appetite of everyone.

We encourage everyone to join the fun! Check out our volunteer page to learn about getting involved. This day cannot happen without the support of dedicated volunteers. Sign up now and make this Super Science Saturday one to remember.

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Benjamin Franklin Middle Schooler Heads to the Chemical Educational Foundation’s 2018 National You Be the Chemist Challenge!

June 11,2018

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Ridgewood NJ,  Eshaan Saxena, a seventh-grader at Benjamin Franklin Middle School, will represent New Jersey at the Chemical Educational Foundation’s 2018 National You Be the Chemist Challenge.
Saxena is one of 42 students in grades 5 to 8 nationwide who will be participating in the challenge, a competition that focus on chemistry and STEM topics.
Saxena competed with  46,000 middle school students finalists nationwide who participated in local and state competitions to qualify for the national challenge.
Saxena was the winner of the New Jersey state challenge, held in April at the BASF Corp. head quarters in Florham Park. He will travel to Washington, D.C., to compete June 18 in the National You Be the Chemist Challenge.
The CEF is a nonprofit organization that encourages students to pursue chemistry and STEM-related learning.

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Ridgewood Schools Presents SUPER SCIENCE SATURDAY on FEBRUARY 27



Super Science Saturday 2016, the celebration of science and technology in our daily lives, returns for its twenty-seventh year on Saturday, February 27, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Ridgewood High School, 627 East Ridgewood Avenue. Admission is free. Students are invited to sign up and exhibit at

Admission is Free

The three-session presenters’ workshop begins on Thursday, February 4 and continues on February 11 and 25, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Benjamin Franklin Middle School. The cost is $20. Click here for workshop details and registration information.

Full details of the day, including registration forms, can be found on the Super Science Saturday website

Click here for the latest Super Science Saturday flyer.

Super Science Saturday is proudly presented by The Foundation  ( and  the Valley Hospital (

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RHS Robotics Team Takes First Place



December 30,2015
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Ridgewood NJ, The RHS Robotics’ team competed in the FIRST Technology Challenge at Englewood as part of the FIRST Robotics league. The RHS team came in first place in their competition in conjunction with their alliance team. Aside from building a robot meant to complete a set of tasks in the fastest time, the RHS team was also honored for their professionalism and sense of community by receiving the Connect Award. The group had to submit an engineering notebook along with goals for sustaining the program and recruiting new students to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. They also had to engage with the engineering community at large.