1. A Recording Timer, The acceleration of gravity
  2. Newton’s Second Law
  3. The Sum of vectors
  4. Acceleration on an Inclined Plane
  5. Potential and Kinetic Energy
  6. Coefficient of Friction
  7. Work and Power
  8. Projective Motion
  9. Impulse And Momentum
  10. Conservation of Momentum
  11. Conservation of Energy and Momentum
  12. Mechanical Advantage of a Simple Machine
  13. Hooke’s Law, a Spring Constant
  14. Centripetal Force
  15. A Pendulum
  16. The Speed of Sound in Air
  17. Specific Heat of Aluminum
  18. Latent Heat of Fusion
  19. Curved Mirrors
  20. Refraction
  21. Lenses
  22. Wavelength of a Laser Beam
  23. Wavelengths of the Visible Spectrum
  24. Laser Measurements
  25. Static Electricity
  26. An Electronic Breadboard
  27. Ohm’s Law
  28. Capacitors
  29. Diodes
  30. Transistors
  31. Magnetic Fields
  32. Electric Magnets, Electric Motor


  1. Scientific Method
  2. Paper Chromatography
  3. Collecting Data
  4. Atomic Orbital Models
  5. Modeling Carbonate Reactions
  6. Electrical Conductivity
  7. Hybridization of Orbitals
  8. Decomposition
  9. Double Replacement Reaction
  10. Analysis of Hydrates
  11. Mole Ratios
  12. Boyle’s Law
  13. Charles’s Law
  14. Melting Points
  15. Freezing Point Depression
  16. Enthalpy of Ice
  17. Reversible Reactions
  18. Reaction Rates, Concentration
  19. Reaction Rates, Temperature
  20. Solubility Product Constant
  21. pH and pH Indicators
  22. Titration
  23. Molar Mass by Titration
  24. Buffers
  25. Oxidation-Reduction
  26. Galvanic Cells
  27. Organic Chemistry Models
  28. Hydrocarbon Models
  29. Polymer Models
  30. Cross-linking of a Polymer
  31. Nuclear Decay Simulation


Introduction: Scientific Investigation
I. Layers of the Earth
1. Egg Lab
II. Basic Tectonics.
1. Subduction and Accretion
2. Divergent Boundaries

III. Waves, Earthquakes and Tsunamis
1. Wave Motion
2. Liquefaction
3. Tsunami Waves
IV. Volcanoes
1. Volcanic Eruption
2. Hot Spots
V. Rock Cycle
1. Viewing Igneous Rocks
2. Igneous Rock Formation
3. Viewing Sedimentary Rocks
4. Making a Fossil
5. Metamorphic Rock
6. - 8. Making a Rock, Parts 1, 2, 3
VI. Mineral Identification
1. The Silica Tetrahedron
2. Identifying Minerals, Color
3. Identifying Minerals, Luster
4. Identifying Minerals, Hardness
5. Identifying Minerals, Streak
6. Identifying Minerals, Cleavage
7. Identifying Mystery Minerals
VII. Topography
1. Making Contour Lines
2. Labeling Maps
3. Using a Topographical Map
VIII. Oceans
1. Wind Driven Ocean Currents
2. The Salinity of Ocean Water
3. Ocean Water Temperatures
IX. Weather
1. The Angle of the Sun
2. Making a Barometer
3. Reading a Weather Map
X. Astronomy
1. The Phases of the Moon
2. Visible and Invisible Sun Light
3. Ultra-Violet Light
4. Scintillation Lab


  1. Microscope: Structure and care
  2. Microscope: Magnification
  3. Preparing a Slide Using a Wet Mount
  4. Microscope Drawings
  5. Cell Lab: Prepare and view a Plant Cell
  6. Cell Lab: Prepare and View Parts of a Plant Cell
  7. Cell Lab: Prepare and View Animal Cells and Compare them to Plant Cells
  8. Cell Lab: Observing Chloroplasts and Cytoplasmic Streaming
  9. Cell Lab: A Selectively Permeable Membrane
  10. Mitosis Lab
  11. Bacteria Lab: Part 1 - Forms of Bacteria
  12. Bacteria Lab: Part 2 - Bacteria around us
  13. Classification
  14. Protista Lab
  15. Fungus Lab: Prepare and View Squash Fungus
  16. Fungus Lab: Prepare and View Mushroom Structures
  17. Fungus Lab: Prepare and View Yeast
  18. Plant Lab: Monocot and Dicot Root, Leaf, and Stem
  19. Plant Lab: The Parts of a Flower
  20. Plant Lab: Internal Structures of Monocots and Dicots
  21. Plant Lab: Plant Leaves
  22. Dissection: Worm
  23. Dissection: Crayfish
  24. Dissection: Grasshopper
  25. Dissection: Fish
  26. Dissection: Frog
  27. Dissection: Cow Eye
  28. Dissection: Fetal Pig

Additional Labs to be included:

Prokaryotic Cells
Animal Cells
Plant Cells
Protists and Pond water

DNA and Genes
Disorders and Mutations
Natural Selection



All Materials, Supplies and Lab Manuals Included


Lab Rat Academy condenses the full year of labs into 4 week courses that are 4 or 5 hours in duration.  We can accommodate to your specific needs if you'd like to have a shorter lab that spans the course of 2 months to finish it off in only one week.  Call us to arrange an A-G Science Wet Lab that meets your needs.


  • These labs only complete the supplemental "wet-lab" requirement for these courses, not the textbook requirements.

  • Lab Rat Academy is NOT an accredited school.  You must have an accredited school (charter school) give you credit for taking these courses.  Please contact your school to ensure that they will give your student credit for these labs.

  • For more information on A-G requirements go to http://www.ucop.edu/agguide/
  • All A-G course material and manuals are purchased through Quality Science Labs.
  • Extra charges apply for single student labs. 
  • 54.5 cents/round trip mile apply for offsite labs.
  • Please contact us for more accurate pricing.     

A-G High School Labs

Lab Rat Academy offers A-G Science Wet Labs for high school students preparing to attend college in California.  The goal of the "A-G" subject requirement is to make sure that your student can participate fully in their first year of college.  Our High School Science Labs help you meet the wet lab requirements.  As a college freshmen your student will need to have a minimum of one year preparation in each of at least two of the areas of Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Earth Science for UC and CSU campuses.

GRADES: 8th - 12th

DURATION: ~ 36 Hours

TUITION: $575/semester


Standard Edition

  1. Paper Chromatography
  2. Melting Points, Super Cooling
  3. Electrical Conductivity of Several Solutions
  4. Mole Ratios
  5. Double Replacement Reactions
  6. Oxidation-Reduction
  7. Decomposition
  8. Boyle's Law
  9. Charles's Law
    10. Solubility Product Constant

  10. PH and PH Indicators
  11. A Microscale Titration
  12. Molar Mass by Titration
  13. A Buffer Solution
  14. Reaction Rates: The Effect of Concentration
  15. Reaction Rates: The Effect of Temperature
  16. Electrochemistry: Galvanic Cells
  17. Hydrocarbon Models
  18. Organic Chemistry Models
  19. Polymer Models
  20. Cross Linking of a Polymer

EDITION: Standard Edition

GRADES: 9th - 12th

DURATION: 16 Hours

TUITION: $400/Student

GRADES: 9th - 12th

DURATION: ~ 36 Hours

TUITION: $525/semester

GRADES: 9th - 12th

DURATION: ~ 36 Hours

TUITION: $530/Student

Serving the Private and Home School Communities since 2010

Currently serving in Monterey Bay Area and Sacramento/Yolo Counties

EDITION: 2nd Edition

GRADES: 10th - 12th

DURATION: ~ 36 Hours

TUITION: $525/Semester