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Science Living: Rich Hull, PhD Student in Plant Ecology

Rich Hull, ‘17, majored in biology at the University of Georgia and is working on his PhD at Indiana University’s Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior Program (EEB) where he is studying plant ecology. His current project, which will also be his PhD thesis, is documenting a comprehensive modern flora of the Wabash River corridor in western…

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Science Living: Alaina Davis, Field Researcher

Alaina Davis, ’18, is majoring in fisheries and wildlife at the University of Georgia, and this summer she studied Atlantic and shortnose sturgeon–which means she spent her days out on on the Altamaha and Savannah rivers catching, examining, weighing, and measuring sturgeon. After graduation (Spring, 2022) she plans to pursue a Master’s degree in aquatic…

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Rae McArthur Memorial Scholarship

Rae McArthur, ’19, along with her mother, Andrea McArthur, was killed in a plane crash in Alaska this summer. Rae was an outstanding example of the kind of leader Living Science seeks to send out. She demonstrated diligence, commitment, hard work, and joy. She continued to develop these qualities after she left Living Science, making…

Oliver in Lab

Science Living: Oliver Erasmus, Forensic Chemist

Oliver Erasmus, ’17, is a senior at Kennesaw State University studying forensic chemistry. This year, he is conducting research that will allow law enforcement of the future to detect organic gunshot residues from heavy-metal-free ammunition. This ammunition is increasingly common because it alleviates environmental risks associated with the heavy metal content of traditional ammunition. Since…

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Science Living: Kelly Tims, Entomologist

While most Living Science students go on to focus on something other than science, many do, in fact, study science. In this series of short posts, we highlight Living Science alumni who are currently involved in scientific research. Working towards a PhD in Entomology… Kelly Tims, ’16, majored in biological sciences and entomology at the…

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Virtual Parent Meeting

This year, the Living Science parent meeting is virtual. Watch the video for very important information about procedures before you come back to campus on the 8th. We can’t wait to see you!

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Dual Enrollment in Georgia: What Has Changed?

In April this year, Georgia passed  the Dual Enrollment Act, making changes to the existing Move On When Ready (MOWR) program. In order to control burgeoning expenses, the Act limits dual enrollment to 30 credit hours and makes it available only to high school juniors and seniors in most cases. The new rules are in…

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Engineering Students Participate in State-Wide Inventure Competition at Georgia Tech

Update from our Engineering teacher, Michelle Crose Living Science congratulates Aria Claxton & Hanna Watson and their invention called Peel Pen on advancing to the K-12 InVenture Prize Finals at Georgia Tech. They competed in the state finals this past week along with the top 98 teams from the state. Over 5000 students from across…

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Video: How Servant Leaders are Made

Watch this short video to see what Mrs. D, current and former students, and parents have to say about the Servant Leader program at Living Science.

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Sweep the Soul

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…

John 3:16

For God loved the world in this way: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.