Nick Russell and Jim Ji measure the foreshore of Burkes Beach
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During the month of September, Ms. Hobson’s U.S. History students experienced “living” history. We were pleased to welcome Dr. Mary Socci to our class to aid us in our study of archeology and to present her findings from the archeological dig at Palmetto Bluff. During her visit, the students learned how to map out a site, start […]
“Wave makers” Brett Inserra and Sam Cudjoe do their best to keep a wave train going as Lee Hammerschmidt measures the wave height. Second Block Marine Biology Students are getting ready for some field work at Burke’s Beach.
In arguably the most exciting time of the year, the Heritage Academy proudly celebrated the graduation of 36 intelligent and successful senior students on May 22, 2014. As students began finishing their final exams and wrapping up year-end passion area events, they geared up for a series of graduation events to celebrate their academic and […]
Miles becomes back-to-back Georgia Junior winner Valdes and Vilips nab second consecutive IJGT victory SAVANNAH, Ga. – The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) headed south to The Club at Savannah Harbor to host the Georgia Junior on Feb. 22-23, 2014. Round one was played in textbook golf weather with temperatures around 70 degrees and a day filled of sunshine. […]
With an academy roster filled with intelligent and passionate students, it is no surprise to find exquisite artistic talent budding from the Heritage Academy. Art students from the Academy had the opportunity to express their artistic talent and have it on display at The Promising Picasso Student Art Exhibition hosted by the The Island School […]
Mr. Zawacki’s U.S. History students composed a Current Events essay regarding the epic bankruptcy of the city of Detroit. Discussions took place regarding how and why this occurred and who the bankruptcy impacts. The rich history of Detroit and the government’s plan for resurgence were also widely discussed.
A debate was conducted in United States History class regarding the current status of Columbus Day. The Question: Should Christopher Columbus be so honored and given a special day of commemoration? The affirmative took the position that Columbus was a genuine hero whose legacy deserves special recognition, while the negative viewed Columbus as a terrorist; […]
Congratulations to Suzy Whaley,1st female to be elected as President of the PGA and mother of alum, Kelly Whaley, who attended high school and matriculated to be a star student and Tarheel golfer at UNC. What an empowering time in the world of professional golf for women! ... See MoreSee Less
Posted November 09, 2018 ·
For all who enjoy the festival of lights... ... See MoreSee Less
Posted November 08, 2018 ·
"SONNET FEVER" in Lit. Analysis today. Felix, NIck, and Sae present their "fourteen lines of love" with the class. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted November 06, 2018 ·