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Science Resource Center

Resources for Educators 
The Science Resource Center is dedicated to providing educators of Northeast Ohio with the skills, materials and information to present science lessons in an interdisciplinary manner that is accurate, effective and engaging. If you would like to contact the Science Resource Center please call (216) 231-2075 or email


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 1 to 5 pm
Wednesday: 1 to 6 pm
Saturday: 9 am to 2 pm

Note: The Science Resource Center will be open on an appointment-only basis from December 26 through December 31. The Science Resource Center will be closed November 27, December 24, December 25, January 1, January 19, April 3 and April 4.

Annual Membership Fees

School Membership: $175
New Individual Membership: $35
Individual Membership Renewal: $30

Educator Workshops

Educator Workshops provide new ideas and classroom activities, build confidence and add excitement to your curriculum. Visit the Educator Workshops page to see upcoming professional development opportunities offered by the Science Resource Center.

Materials for Loan

The Science Resource Center has more than 4,000 educational items available for loan. These include dioramas, DVDs, thematic teaching kits, and additional materials such as microscopes and activity guides. Download the SRC Guide to see the full list of materials and resources available to members.

A History of Supporting Teachers

This is the Science Resource Center's 26th successful year in serving the teaching community of Northeast Ohio! The SRC received start-up funds from the The East Ohio Gas Company and The Standard oil Company, and opened in January, 1986.

Support the Science Resource Center

Donation will be used to enhance the operations of the SRC, such as updating loan kits for classroom use, providing workshops for teachers, creating new lesson plans and more.

2015 Conservation Educator of the Year Award

Now accepting nominations! Learn more about how you can honor a Northeast Ohio educator here.