There are some books and novels that are popular for a season, and others that transcend generations and impact readers throughout history. The classics are those literary works that noteworthy works that are accepted as part of the Western canon. When a true classic is born, it remains in print for years beyond other books. It outlives its author, century, and even millennia. When students interact with literature classics, they step into another world and learn that characters are asking the same questions with which they are wrestling today. Some examples of the classics include:

An educational movement combining science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics, STEAM-based education helps foster critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration by applying all the disciplines together. At Emmanuel Lutheran School in Asheville, we are full "STEAM" ahead as Western North Carolina’s first and only Christian Parochial Christian STEAM institution. We are proud to lay an educational foundation that helps our students do great things beyond middle school.

In this article, we are discussing some of the ways STEAM helps improve test scores and provide educational advantages for students.

Mrs. Tammy Reilly provides dedicated STEM and STEAM activities from our students in grades 1-8.

Some of the most recent activities include:

  • Water Xylophones
  • Catapult Challenge
  • Spaghetti Towers (tension and compression)
  • Turkey Trap

 

For parents, time flies. It seems just yesterday your child was taking their first steps, now the beginning of the end of your child's middle school education is quickly approaching. What you once thought was far in the future is now a decision you will have to make by the end of the year. The next phase of academics will impact your child's future.

Before you enroll your child in high school, it is vital to ask the right questions of administration. In this article, we will help you ask some of the right questions.

Questions to Ask Before Enrolling Your Child in High School

1) Is the Gospel Important Here?

The answer to this question will not be affirmative

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