The Big Bang Science Magazine is Churchill’s student-run and -created science publication! With a community of dedicated columnists and artists, we publish articles about science related topics and share them with the Churchill student body. On top of that,we invite you to join our science related trivia nights, daily challenge, and more! If you are interested in science or have a passion for art, or simply want to expand your science knowledge through fun activities, the Big Bang Science Magazine Club is the perfect opportunity! All are welcomed to join the Big Bang Science Magazine’s Microsoft Teams, where more details can be found about the club, such as how you can get involved, what activities will be rolling out soon, and more! We also invite you to follow us on our Instagram, @swc_bigbangscience, where we will be giving more updates and information for you to engage in the science community.
If you have any questions or want to join the Teams channel, send a message on Instagram or email us at with your name, student number, and grade.
Club Head: Ryan Yi
Club Sponsor: Mr. Friesan and Mr. Pao
(Ideal Mini School)
A place where students who are curious about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), can share their interest in STEM, and participate in fun and engaging activities. Doing our best to modify our original plan for this year, we have thought-provoking discussions, a passion project, and a STEM career fair planned.
UBC Math Challengers
Club Head: Kevin Lu
Club Sponsor: Ms Tom
Math Challengers is an annual math contest held at UBC or SFU every spring. It includes individual and team rounds for students in Grade 8, 9, and 10, but Grade 11s and 12s can also join as coaches! The Math Challengers Club is dedicated to preparing students for the contest and fostering a love of maths. Meetings online will consist of practice problems and face-off rounds. Last year all three of our grades made top three in lower mainland!
Club Head: Alexinnie Tran
Club Sponsor: Mr. Shieh
Are you interested in biology and in discovering the inner workings of animals? Or perhaps you’re interested in pursuing life sciences? Then the Churchill dissection club is the place for you. A place where students can get hands-on experiences with real specimens and learn new skills in an open and friendly environment while maintaining COVID safety guidelines. We’ll be meeting on every other Monday during Flex A. Each meeting will feature a different organism. You will get to learn the organism’s anatomy such as the functions of their organs. If you’re interested in joining, please fill in the google form.
Hello! The Python club is a place to learn, explore, and teach python in a welcoming environment. Everyone, regardless of age or experience level, is welcome to participate in discussions and follow along in our lessons. The few coaches of the python club will teach an introductory and advanced workshop in the Python programming language, which anyone can join to start learning. We will also have activities, discussions, exercises, and more! Participants are welcomed to use other programming languages if interested. We will be meeting every week on Thursday at 4pm for our workshops.