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Sweep the Soul

By | June 19th, 2019|Parent Perspective, Parent to Parent, Uncategorized|

Charmaine Landrum is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. She is a worship leader and a homeschooling mom of three. It’s that time of year. It seems that no matter how well I clean the porch, the spider webs will be there the next morning. The problem is that I absolutely ABHOR spiders, and [...]

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Student Perspective:
Servant Leader Program

By | May 14th, 2019|Graduation, Students and Alumni, Uncategorized|

Jeremy Iglesias is a graduating senior Servant Leader who has spent the past several years growing at Living Science. Recently, at a Saturday morning parent meeting that the Servant Leaders were required to attend, Mr. Lance Davis (Mr. D) mentioned the “goodies” of Servant Leader. I heard one of my fellow SLs exhale: that short [...]

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Servant Leader Program

Parent Perspective:
Servant Leader Program

By | May 7th, 2019|Parent Perspective, Students and Alumni|

By Greg and Julia Frick When we began our home school journey, our primary concern was the academic education of our children. We were highly focused on achieving academic milestones and rigor that would set our kids up to attend the best universities and be highly successful. We felt the significant pressure of undertaking this [...]

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Servant Leader Program

Contraption Distraction: Rube Goldberg at Living Science

By | April 29th, 2019|Engineering, Events, Living Science News, STEM Labs and Activities, Uncategorized|

At 9:00 a.m. on May 4, Living Science presents the annual 9th-grade Rube Goldberg exhibition, and it's open to the public! Each of our 9th grade Physical Science students designs and builds a contraption that uses all the forms of energy the students have studied this year (except nuclear!) and demonstrates all the simple machines [...]

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Trebuchet 2019!

By | April 22nd, 2019|Uncategorized|

trebuchet. noun | \ ˌtre-byə-ˈshet \ : a medieval military engine for hurling heavy missiles (such as rocks or cows) When: Thursday, May 2, 8:30-10:30 a.m.Where: Living Science Campus Overflow Parking LotOpen to Living Science families and the public: Join us! At Living Science, the annual trebuchet competition for the senior class is a rite [...]

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Mini Expedition: Maximum Fun!

By | April 5th, 2019|Childhood Education, Engineering, Events, STEM Labs and Activities, Uncategorized|

Our first mini-Expedition was a great experience for students and parents alike. From enthusiastic student-led worship to exciting rotations in science, engineering, art, math, and games, students had an amazing day, as you can see from the gallery below. Enjoy!If you're visiting from your phone, please click here to see the gallery on Smugmug. https://lighthouse-lance.smugmug.com/Media-Mini-Exp

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Students Stand up for the Unborn

By | March 19th, 2019|Living Science News, Students and Alumni, Uncategorized|

At Living Science, we seek to join with families to encourage students to stand up for what they believe in. Recently, an alumna, Rachel Guy, testified before the Georgia Senate. She shared her family's experience when doctors recommended that her parents abort her as she was "incompatible with life." Rachel's testimony caught the attention of [...]

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Let them eat cake…and learn!

By | March 2nd, 2019|STEM Labs and Activities, Teacher Updates, Uncategorized|

By Robin Spiess, teacher, 8th grade earth science What do Stone Mountain, earth science, a baked cake and icing have in common? If you’ve had a student in the 8th grade at Living Science, then you probably know the answer! For everyone else, let me tell you…this is the only exam of the year that [...]

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A Place to Grow—Terry Walk

By | January 29th, 2019|Christian Home School Program, Engineering, Parent Perspective|

Parent Perspectives are a window into the families who homeschool alongside Living Science. Terry Walk is the mother of an 11th grade servant leader. We moved to Georgia in 2012, having homeschooled in Florida for the first 5 years of my son’s academic experience. Because of the time demands of the move and a desire [...]

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