Arts & Science

Christ Church School Student Sofia Talks Singing and Swimming

Sofia is a wonderful big sister to three younger siblings. She loves to sing, play basketball and swim. Sofia is a very loving, nurturing young lady. She also has an incredible talent for singing. Q. You are quite the singer tell us more about that? A. Well, when I was little, I sang all the time because it made me …

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Seventh Grader Todd Talks Music and Robotics

Q. You are very musical tell us about that? What instruments do you play? What is your favorite instrument to play? What type of music is your favorite? A. I am a pianist, cellist, and vocalist. I enjoy playing the piano the most. I am in my seventh year of playing the piano, my third year of playing the cello, …

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PCDS Eight Grader, George Talks School Theater and Talent Show

Q. You have recently headlined PCDS’ musical theatrical production tell us about that? A. The long and short of it was that the five middle school students who auditioned for the play received a story from just about every single lower school student, and eventually narrowed it down to about seven vignettes that we wrote script (and/or lyircs) and screenplay …

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New Way’s Behind the Scenes Leader, Jordan Soucie

New Way Academy senior, Jordan Soucie, is a true student leader. Although Jordan doesn’t seek out the spotlight, he lends his talents in many ways on campus and has a huge impact on New Way’s school musicals, student government, and football team. Jordan shares about his many roles and his behind the scenes leadership. Q. You’re very involved at New …

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Rancho Solano STEAM Club Coordinators Organize STEAM Week

At Rancho Solano Preparatory School, science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) are an integral part of the curriculum and STEAM Week is a great way to encourage the components of the program, both inside and outside of class. Rancho Solano STEAM Club Coordinators, Jana Vandenberg and Jaclyn Fishbach (pictured), organized this year’s STEAM Week. The week kicked-off with a …

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New Way Artist Shares About Her Creative Talents

New Way Academy freshman Lindsay Jones is incredibly talented inside and outside of school. Whether she is helping to plan events with Student Government or working with her classmates, Lindsay is known for her warm personality and her creativity. However, Lindsay truly shines when she is creating or performing. Lindsay shares more about her many talents and what she hopes …

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Julianna Talks Explorer Club at Her School and Crafts

Julianna enjoys helping out her teachers and her classmates.  She is also very helpful in Explorer Club where she provides assistance to the three and four year old students when doing art projects. Julianna has worked very hard while at Discover U. Q. Tell us about your participation in Discover U’s Explorer Club? What is this club all about? A. …

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Freedom Academy Second Grader Talks Drawing

Jackson is all about creating. The last few years it has been with Legos, but with all the positive feedback from his teachers this year, it’s now drawing. He will draw for hours. He learned to sew this year because he wanted to make plush characters. He likes to invent, build and make costumes. Q. You like to draw. What …

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Zoe Takes a Trip To Mount Saint Helens

Zoe became fascinated with volcanoes when she learned about Yellowstone’s super volcano this past school year. Since learning about volcanoes Zoe got to visit Mt. Saint Helens. She met a Geologist and addressed all her concerns and questions regarding volcanoes and explained the science behind predicting eruptions. This is what Zoe had to say about her trip. Q. Tell us about …

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Saint Francis Xavier Student, Michael, Gets His Poem Published

St. Francis Xavier seventh grader, Michael Fischer, has been selected by Creative Kids Magazine to have his poem published in an upcoming publication. As part of a writing assignment for his Language Arts Class he wrote the poem, “Shadows”. Michael’s language arts teacher, Mrs. Sanford, had her students read different poetry styles and instructed them to create one of their …

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