Marine Science and Sustainability students enhanced their unit on the study of oysters by setting sail aboard the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Skipjack Stanley Norman. Students spent all day on this unique sailboat, hurling the sails, conducting water tests on different areas of the Bay, and participating in an oyster tow and species identification.
Chemistry students witness combustion at their fingertips by soaping up their arm, scooping a handful of methane gas bubbles, and lighting them on fire! No pain or burning involved!
In recognition of Earth Day, students devoted time to working in the garden and cleaning up various areas of the Upper School Campus.
Over 50 upper school students embarked on 2-week journey to South Africa to acquire hands-on knowledge of the culture, history, geography, economy, politics, and daily life of the people.