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CREATIVITY AND THE CONSTITUTION

November 15, 2019

This week our 11th-grade Humanities classes got creative with the Constitution in our Innovation Center.   Students were challenged to use the various materials to create 3D models or symbols […]

Tall Texan Tuesday

September 13, 2019

Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Alder’s 7th Grade Humanities classes joined together for a Tall Texan Tuesday in the American Freedom Museum this past week to combine their knowledge of both […]

Make Your Own Satire – 11th Humanities

February 20, 2014

At the conclusion of a unit on the eighteenth-century satires of Jonathan Swift and Voltaire, the junior Humanities students produced their own satires in the form of videos or essays.  […]

6th Grade Studies Civil War at Museum

January 24, 2014

Our 6th graders began studying The War Between The States this week in class. As a way of introducing the era to our students, Mr. Roquemore and Mrs. Eden took […]

This is Jeopardy!

October 18, 2013

Mrs. O’Brien’s class played Jeopardy during 11th grade History to review for an upcoming test on the European Monarchies of the 17th and 18th centuries. The students wrote questions and […]

What is a Teaching Museum?

September 20, 2013

From the Desk of Jan Hommel, Director of the American Freedom Museum. Over the past 12 months, the American Freedom Museum’s focus and programming has moved us in the direction […]

Sophomores Study the Nicene Creed

September 11, 2013

    Mr. Moore’s 10th grade humanities class began studying the Nicene Creed today. The class is currently learning about the reign of Constantine and since he called and presided […]