- Course Information
- Job Shadowing
- Media and Technology
- Graduation Requirements
- International Study
- Career Counseling
- Art Purchase Award
- Debate and Speech
- National Merit Finalists
- Amateur/Ham Radio
- Appalachia Habitat for Humanity
- Bradford Woods
- Canoe Camping
- Chicago Art and Culture
- Dig This! Archaeology in Virginia
- Film, Philosophy, and Food
- Kentucky Backpacking Adventure
- LaCasa of Goshen
- Lifetime Sports and Recreation
- Stained Glass Creations
Appalachia Habitat for Humanity
Students were involved in various activities such as caving, canoeing, service projects, leadership workshops, journaling, backpacking, challenge course activities, high elements, and climbing.
The group canoed about fifty miles on the Greene River in Kentucky by day and camped next to the river in primitive camp sites by night. (Photos not available).
Chicago Art and Culture
The group explored the artistic and cultural life of Chicago through drama, music, food, visual art, architecture, and more.
Dig This! Archaeology in Virginia
|The group spent two days at Ferry Farm, the boyhood home of George Washington in Fredericksburg, Va., working with archaeologists on an actual dig. In addition to this hands-on introduction to archaeology, they toured the archaeological site of the original Jamestown Fort built in 1607. They also visited reconstructed living history sites at Jamestown and Colonial Williamsburg: boarding replicas of the ships that brought people to the first permanent English settlement in America at Jamestown, visiting with people portraying Native Americans and colonists, and participating in demonstrations of colonial life.|
Film, Philosophy, and Food
Students viewed and critically examined the basic philosophies that are present in film. (photos not available).
Kentucky Backpacking Adventure
group backpacked in Kentucky's Red River Valley.
LaCasa of Goshen
group worked at LaCasa of Goshen, helping rehabilitate homes and general clean
Lifetime Sports and Recreation
Students were introduced to various recreational activities that can be practiced for a lifetime: golf, swimming, volleyball, Frisbee golf, racquetball, tennis, and others.
Students explored tropical rainforests and coral reefs, observing plant and animal life unique to those ecosystems. The group snorkeled a couple of different coral reefs and a grassy flat by the San Blas Islands in the Caribbean. Students visited with two different indigenous groups in their villages.
Stained Glass Creations
created various stained glass projects including a Christmas ornament and a larger
project such as kaleidoscopes, window hangings, jewelry boxes, and glass mosaics
on patio bricks. Each student learned to cut and grind glass and prepared the
glass for soldering.|