Living Science Academy is a Christian hybrid homeschool center in Woodstock, Georgia, providing STEM and other academic classes for students from second grade through high school and science clubs for K-1. We are excited about God, students, discipleship, learning, and science, in that order.
Since 1996, our culture of encouragement has been helping students thrive on challenges and gain the skills they need to succeed. Our beautiful campus in the Woodstock suburbs provides ample room for 200-plus students.
Ways to Give
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Why give to Living Science?
An investment in Living Science is an investment in the future...and the Kingdom. Since we became a 501c3 in 2003, all the money we have raised has directly benefited students, from purchasing and renovating our current property, to adding modular classrooms, classroom technology, and even student scholarships and mission trips.
Our students have gone on to many interesting and influential careers, including medicine, scientific research, software development, acting, business, international missions, engineering, welding, and the military--to name just a few. But what sets us apart is that many of these young professionals credit their training and experience at Living Science with setting them on the path for not only academic and career success, but faithful Christian lives.
Families are invested
More than 80 percent of our families volunteer in some capacity each year. They car pool, welcome new families, supervise outside play areas, help in classrooms, lead clubs, provide food for meetings, chaperone our trips, and so much more. This support helps us be efficient and keep tuition affordable for all families. We are blessed to have support even from grandparents, aunts, uncles and other extended family members, who donate time and financial resources because they see how much the students receive from Living Science.
Phil and Triny Davidson are proud grandparents to two Living Science students who are now in college. They credit the excellent education the boys received at Living Science for making them spiritually strong and helping them to really enjoy learning. They stand up for what they believe and are not afraid to discuss or defend their faith. They are also thankful for solid friendships with like-minded young people who attended Living Science.
Phil and Triny Davidson
Oliver, the oldest was very shy at first but he learned how to talk to a room full of people without being afraid. He was a Servant Leader at Living Science, with responsibilities to teach, lead, mentor, and encourage his peers. Now in his senior year at college, Oliver has been awarded a Birla Research Grant to pursue “Detection and Analysis” of a subject in his field of forensic chemistry. His grandparents are so grateful for the direction their grandsons received from Living Science.
"At Living Science Academy our daughter learned to study everything critically through the lens of her faith, whether academic, relational, or spiritual. Living Science has given her the leadership and followership skills to work in teams, adapt and thrive in new situations, power through challenges and speak out in love with authority when prompted by the Holy Spirit. I see all these skills maturing in our other three children as well through purposeful planning and teaching they receive at Living Science."
Britt & Keri Singleton
parents of Emma
"Living Science helped me prepare for college by teaching me how to listen and take notes, present in front of a crowd with confidence and poise, and break down large assignments into bite-sized pieces. As a Servant Leader, I learned to lead and mentor intentionally, to contribute as a team member, and to value differences. Living Science encouraged my love for meeting new people, serving them, and sharing the gospel. I am especially grateful for friends and invested teachers who continue to help me grow."
graduate of 2020
Every year, parents and grandparents support our programs because they are designed to “polish the diamond” in every child. Below are some items needed at Living Science right now. Would you consider joining us in our mission to nurture and challenge the next generation of Christian leaders by giving or giving toward the following known needs?
THANK YOU! Our $10,000 matching gift fund was matched completely in the summer of 2021. For our end-of-year campaign, our needs are different. Numerous new projects on our campus will affect our students and teachers in a very positive way. Please pray and ask the Lord which ones you should support for year-end 2021.
Front entrance landscaping
Audio technology for Living Sound Worship Team
Technology for classrooms
Renovation of the basketball and volleyball courts
Pavilion improvements and upgrades
Digital Entrance Sign
Asphalt Road Re-surfacing
This year, the Lord gave us many opportunities to serve widows, orphans and the less fortunate. Several enrolled families tragically lost either a father, a mother, or a child during the final weeks of summer. Cancer has ravaged other families, including one of our own staff members. Your benevolence gifts allow us to minister financially to families in need of scholarships and other assistance. Please consider giving generously to this cause.
Scholarship and Benevolence
Tuition Scholarship fund for widows and single families
Benevolence for the needy
Emergency relief fund – food or financial help
Rae McArthur Servant Leader Scholarship Fund
Servant Leader fees and tuition scholarships for senior students
Our annual Expedition trip to St. Simons Island provides invaluable hands-on learning opportunities for our students. Expedition Sponsors receive tiered benefits including complimentary attendance at our spring Expedition, advertising opportunities at Expedition, and ads in our yearbook.