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2024 Education Days

April 19, April 26 and May 10, 2024


Education Days

Take your classroom to new heights!

April 19, April 26 and May 10, 2024

Education Days at Six Flags offer knowledge and fun in one sweet deal. Students will explore math, science, and physics by observing (and RIDING) the mechanics of world-class coasters, thrill rides and more. With discount admission, meal packages and workbooks, we’ve got everything you need to inspire the next generation of scientists. 

Grab your spot before anyone else. Kick back, relax and take credit for the best field trip ever!


Featuring thrills and fun:

  • Maximum learning and thrill rides
  • Discounted admission
  • Lunch option for students and chaperones
  • Educational workbooks

Launch into Learning

Science for Everyone, Inc.

Science for Everyone, Inc. is a unique and interactive science and technology company that is committed to increasing math and science interest.

This Mission Is Accomplished In 2 Ways:

  1. Through a series of dynamic, fast-paced, interactive science experiments that “defy” the Laws of Physics and bring “science to life” for students.
  2. Through a unique mentoring component that inspires students toward all areas of academic excellence. 
DatesPark HoursShow Time Hours
April 1910:00AM-5:00PM11:00AM, 1:00PM
April 2610:00AM-5:00PM11:00AM, 1:00PM
May 109:00AM-4:00PM11:00AM, 1:00PM

Frequently Asked Questions

Data Collection

There are several different smart phone apps that may help in data collection and analysis while in the park. Suggested apps are Physics Toolbox by Vieyra Software, and another is phyphox by TWTH Aachen University

Physics Toolbox has a rollercoaster mode built in, and phyphox can create an experiment by combining the altitude and accelerometer sensors. This will only work for phones that have a barometer. Some phones do not have this sensor. If using a smart phone, it must be stored in a secure pocket for the entire duration of the ride. Devices may not be held in hand. 

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