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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Melting Moments—Jo Chin

By | February 11th, 2019|Childhood Education, Christian Home School Program, Parent to Parent|

Jo is a homeschooling mother of two boys who are Living Science students. Enjoy her post on appreciating the temporary nature of parenting. As we walked outside this morning, I saw the blanket of frost that covered the grass as it has several mornings recently. Most of the time I’m in my car or in [...]

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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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The Beautiful Blue Cell

By | June 25th, 2018|Mrs. D's Musings, Uncategorized|

Recently I underwent a surgical procedure for skin cancer called Moh’s. My first thought was, “That’s the name of a hardness classification for rocks and minerals!” True, but trust me it is not what my surgery involved. Moh's is microscopically controlled cancer surgery developed in 1938 by a general surgeon by the name of Frederic [...]

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To make a difference…be prepared to get dirty

By | June 9th, 2018|Mrs. D's Musings|

So, there we were, driving around in gorgeous mountains drinking in the beauty of our surroundings. Great way to relax after a crazy school year. We changed lanes to pass an enormous flat bed tractor trailer that was carrying the biggest earth moving device I have ever seen. It was obviously right out of the [...]

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Mrs. D’s Musings…on Mothers

By | May 14th, 2018|Childhood Education, Mrs. D's Musings|

Instead, we were like young children[a] among you. Just as a nursing mother cares for her children, so we cared for you. Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well. Surely you remember, brothers and sisters, our toil and [...]

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You might be an engineer if…

By | March 7th, 2018|Academics, Engineering|

Claire Crose is a senior servant leader at Living Science. She will be a freshman at Georgia Tech this fall. You might be an engineer if you can rattle off 35 derivatives and the 2nd law of thermodynamics at any time, but can never seem to remember your shirt size. Or, you might be an [...]

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Reflections on Retreat

By | November 22nd, 2017|Mrs. D's Musings, Uncategorized|

The High School Retreat is always a time of reflection. It is a time when we look back and remember what our current seniors looked like as 9th graders.  Our 2017 House Captains attended their first High School Retreat right at the Blue Horizon Retreat Center.  It is incredible to see the changes in their lives. [...]

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