HORSHAM College's science extravaganza will return next week after a two-year hiatus.
The extravaganza was put on hold in 2011 after the college's science wing was demolished to make way for Horsham Special School.
But the event is set to be bigger than ever this year with biology, chemistry, physics and psychology experiments on Wednesday.
Science teacher Claire Breed said the extravaganza aimed to promote science in the broader community.
"Our students are pretty passionate about science so they want to share that with the community," she said.
"It will be a bit of fun with plenty of hands-on activities for people.
"There will be lots of explosions, slime and a mystery chemistry competition involving fruit.
"Each year we have a different theme and this year's extravaganza is all about learning about science through food."
Year 12 chemistry and biology student Emily Attrill travelled to New Zealand in January for the Rotary National Science and Technology Forum.
She said the extravaganza would give people a chance to try their hand at science.
"Science gets more interesting as you get older and if you stick by it, it is really rewarding," she said.
"I want to show people that science can be really interesting and fun.
"It's about us, it's new and it is always changing. I just love science."
Horsham College will release a YouTube video today promoting next week's event.
The extravaganza will be between 5pm and 8pm in the science wing.