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STEM Activities at The Lower School

September 06, 2019

JELLYBEANS, ICE CREAM CONES, AND SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS WERE ALL A PART OF TODAY’S STEM ACTIVITIES IN KINDERGARTEN. Students wrapped up their week of learning with hands-on activities and exploration. Students […]

Anatomy 101: An Introductory Lab

August 30, 2019

In the lab this week, Anatomy & Physiology students interacted with anatomical models to get a broader picture of the systems that make up the human body.   Seeing inside […]

Discovering decomposition outside during lab

April 03, 2019

In this activity, students studied the process of decomposition through exploration and discussion outside of the classroom.  Students then had to create displays of actual decomposition in nature and present […]

Silver grows on copper wire this week in lab

December 01, 2016

“We have been learning how chemical reactions require certain ratios of reactants and produce certain amounts of products, much like a recipe for a cake or cookies,” Travis Bunger said. […]

Dissecting Pigs in Biology

April 15, 2016

To augment their understanding of body systems, Pre-AP Biology students dissected fetal pigs.  The students were introduced to basic anatomical terms and gross anatomy of internal and external structures during […]

Investigating Fingerprints in the Biology Lab

March 04, 2016

Dual Credit Biology students were science sleuths this week as they sought to identify a crime scene suspect.  DNA samples from the crime scene and suspects were loaded into a […]