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Overview of the OES LEGOs Program

The OES LEGO ® Physics program is a multifaceted enterprise that engages participants from 3rd grade, through middle school, and beyond -- in the fun activity of playing with LEGOs ® . The program was started in 1989 by Jane KN and has been going strong ever since.  For more on this see: The History of the OES LEGO® Physics Program.


The program consists of the following components:

  • After School Classes:  Construct a building, a bridge, build and race a zippy car, motorize a crane, make and program a writing machine, or invent, motorize, and program your own creations in one of the many after school classes.
  • Summer Programs: Come and build with us this summer in one of our themed programs tht range over Medieval structures, machines, moving vehicles, or robotics.
  • Shows. ...
  • Building Events. ...
  • TA & Volunteer positions. ...

In addition to the basic skills of transforming 2-D technical depictions into 3-D objects, students practice working together in teams, and responsibly representing their work and the program as OES LEGO® professionals, including being ready to explain the theory of operation of simple machines and other constructions.

2015 LEGO Physics at the Oregon Zoo:

In the Skyline Room (Located beneath the Cascade Grill at the Zoo Entrance)


  • Saturday, May 30, 2015: 9 am - Zoo Closing
  • Sunday, May 31, 2015: 9 am - 5 pm


Flyer for Oregon Zoo Show

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 April 2015 19:10


What is your favorite OES LEGO® construction?


Welcome to the Oregon Episcopal School LEGOs® web site! This is the place for all things LEGO®  at OES.  Take a look at one of the many after school classes, browse the photos, or open up the event schedule to see when and where the next OES LEGO® event happens.