Semester two is underway, and with it several new projects for our students.

In art, they have been working on the Tiny Drum Project, as well as designing and building other instruments.

In science, students have built a Stonehenge in miniature, and await a sixty degree day so they can take it outside and observe the way the sun and shadows move through it over the course of the day.

Some of our Latin students are making final touch ups on their translation of Viret Ova, Virent Perna (Green Eggs and Ham, in Latin).  No two translations are alike, but all are surprisingly strange and amusing.

Our Spring Open House will be on Sunday, March 5th, from 1-3 pm.  Please come to enjoy games and snacks, and to meet the teachers and other families.

Summer Camp registration is open, and those forms, along with fee schedule and brochures, are now available on our website, at the bottom of the homepage.