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A Visit to Noah’s Ark

Lance and Penney Davis, co-founders of Living Science, were invited to attend the ribbon cutting of the newly built, full-sized replica of Noah’s Ark in Williamstown, Kentucky, and spent three days enjoying the remarkable exhibits. Take a video tour of the Ark Encounter with the Davises. An Enduring Relationship The Davises strongly believe in the…

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Living Science Homeschool Graduation: A Time of Reflection and Celebration

A few weeks ago, sixteen Living Science seniors walked into a lovely local church escorted by their very proud parents. They walked across a stage, received diplomas from Living Science and from their parents, and moved their tassels, signifying the completion of their high school education. And these sixteen seniors recessed alone after the ceremony,…

Living Science Students on the boat to Cumberland Island | Living Science Academy

Living Science Expedition Students Learn Hands On at the Beach

At Living Science, we believe that there is no better way to instill a love of science than to provide hands-on experience in the field.  That’s why we take our middle school science students to the beach for a week of exuberant exploration.  After each exciting day of STEM activities and field trips, middle schoolers…

Crose & Apple at competition | Living Science Academy

Team WedgeTech Goes to Washington

Living Science STEM students take 2nd place in high school division of the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurial Expo in D.C. Everett Apple and Claire Crose, sophomore Engineering Essentials students at Living Science, took their WedgeTech invention to the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo (NICEE) in Washington, D.C., last week and returned with a…

STEM Homeschool Program | Living Science Academy

Fun for the Whole Family: STEM Trebuchet Competition

Trebuchet: n. a medieval military engine for hurling heavy missiles. (Merriam-Webster) What does a medieval weapon have to do with teaching physics in the third millennium? At Living Science, quite a bit. A Living Science STEM tradition, the annual trebuchet contest features our high school physics students, each of whom designs and builds a working…

STEM Homeschool Christian Program | Living Science Academy

Hands-On STEM: RUBE Goldberg Convention and Contraptions

One of the best things about Living Science is the hands-on opportunities. This past Saturday, April 30, Living Science held its annual Rube Goldberg Convention. On Friday afternoon, 18 ninth grade students carefully assembled the contraptions that many of them had worked on all year.  They anxiously waited their turns as the judges, Mrs. D…

Team Wedgetech | Living Science Academy

InVenture Challenge: Team WedgeTech Update

Living Science is delighted to announce that Team WedgeTech has been invited to compete at the National Invention Convention in Washington, D.C., this May. Everett Apple and Claire Crose will join students from all over the country as they present their product at the next level. We are very proud of them and of their…

Hands On Science | Elementary Classes | Living Science Academy

RUBE Goldbergs and Trebuchets: April 30, 2016

A Rube Goldberg Convention… At 9:00 a.m. on April 30, 2016, Living Science’s 2016 Rube Goldberg Convention begins, featuring our 9th grade Physical Science classes. The students have been working on their Rubes for several months, and you’ll be amazed at the creative contraptions they have designed and built. The Rube Goldberg convention is a…

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