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Creative Science

Presenting scientific information in a clear, powerful way is a crucial skill – as we've experienced, first-hand, in recent years.
This spring, middle schoolers are focused on just that. Kelly W.'s classes completed individual projects on the creative presentation of research and information.

6th graders researched a geologically active location and designed a brochure for a trip there, aka: their "Geologic Travel Agency Project," while 8th graders made Old West-style "Wanted" posters for elements from the periodic table.

Xenon by Jaya T. '25 and Uranium by Tommy K. '25; Eyjafjnallajokull by Ayosa S. '27 and Mount Everest by Jacob M. '27
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