High School English at Living Science, Part 1

By | February 7th, 2017|Academics, Christian Home School Program|

What to Take When? High school is the time to hone students’ reading and writing skills in preparation for college and the workplace. “Excellent written and oral communication skills” appears on most job descriptions, even for highly technical STEM jobs. While there are substantial opportunities in all our classes to develop these skills, our high [...]

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Dual Enrollment: Do’s, Don’ts and Deadlines

By | January 23rd, 2017|Christian Home School Program, College Tips|

By Kendall Watkins, DIY Scholars Consulting Georgia offers ninth through twelfth grade students the opportunity to earn (almost) FREE college credit, while simultaneously earning high school credit, through its Move On When Ready (MOWR) program, commonly referred to as dual enrollment.  You may hear it referred to as the new MOWR program because the state [...]

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Teacher Profile – Angela Tow

By | January 16th, 2017|Teacher Profile|

High School, Honors Algebra “Being part of the Living Science family is so much more than top-notch academics. Developing the students spiritually and giving them opportunities to excel is the priority.” — Angela Tow After graduating from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Mathematics in 1995, Angela Tow began teaching in [...]

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Facing the New Year…

By | January 5th, 2017|Christian Home School Program, Mrs. D's Favorite Places, Mrs. D's Musings|

The good is often the enemy of the best. As we reflect over 2016, it seems appropriate to contemplate something that truly was the "best." The first thing that comes to mind is Christmas shopping. Gift giving is always good. We love to give gifts, and we are always blessed when we receive gifts. However, [...]

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HE is the Light of the World

By | December 20th, 2016|Mrs. D's Musings|

I remember when we first moved to Georgia, Mr. D was involved in the Men's Ministry at our new church . He came home one Saturday morning after the meeting and shared how they had discussed the huge stress wives experience at Christmas. He innocently asked if I was stressed! Maybe I hid the fact [...]

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Giving Thanks: A Seasonal Message from the D’s

By | December 1st, 2016|Christian Home School Program|

"Give thanks to the God of heaven, for his steadfast love endures forever." Psalm 136:26 As we sit pondering this profound statement, our hearts are full. Looking back over the past 20 years of this ministry called Living Science, we are speechless at His steadfast love and provision. It simply is not possible to write down everything [...]

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Living Science Students Serve on STEM TAG Panel

By | November 15th, 2016|Engineering, Press Releases|

On November 4th, Living Science students Everett Apple and Claire Crose had the honor of serving on a student panel at the fifth annual Technology Association of Georgia STEM Education Awards, which “honors Georgia schools, programs, and companies for outstanding efforts and achievements in supporting and promoting science, technology, engineering, and math education.”  Living Science [...]

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Teacher Profile: Bernie Adams

By | November 14th, 2016|Teacher Profile|

 Bernie Adams - High School Computer Programming “I am honored to be at Living Science teaching high school students about computer science and programming while also encouraging them to have Christ as their moral compass.” — Bernie Adams Since Bernie Adams began teaching computer science and programming at Living Science in August of 2015, she [...]

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Musings from Mrs. D: On Change

By | November 7th, 2016|Mrs. D's Musings|

Driving down the highway together always affords us time to engage in deep meaningful conversations. On this particular occasion, we were observing the mosaic of fall colors on the trees along the road and our topic turned to "CHANGE." Beauty is often a byproduct of change, but change also causes us sorrow along the way. [...]

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