Students in the morning World Geography class enjoyed a visit from Mrs. Horup, Vivi’s mother, yesterday. She shared with us her experiences growing up in the province of French Quebec, as well as some samples of French Canadian cuisine. It was a most enjoyable way to synthesize from the textbook to real life!
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World Geography students (high school & middle school) participated in three Earth in Space programs during a visit to Georgia Southern University’s planetarium. It was a great visual interactive learning experience for everyone. Afterwards, the Heritage students enjoyed lunch in the campus food court and a guided tour of the college campus. All in all,...
Visiting with one of the actors after viewing a performance of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie, a Lean Ensemble Production. Heritage’s own Jenny Zmarzly played the pivotal role of Amanda Wingfield, which made the evening even more meaningful for us. The play was an introduction to our study of Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire.
Student presentation on Global Warming and Its Effects on Earth’s Climate Zones followed up the lesson on Climate Zones. Students created visual representations of the various climate zones, including vegetation, weather, and animals.
These are the top three investors in Ms. Hobson’s Economics class this semester. Congratulations!
Students in Ms. Hobson’s U.S. Government class formed three new states, writing constitutions and developing structures for national security, public education, voting, public services, and leadership. Each new state had a national symbol and a national flag created by the group to represent their state. Prior to this activity, each student created an original symbol...
Ms. Hobson’s Psychology class visited Memory Matters recently and enjoyed interacting with the members in various games, including bingo and memory trivia. The students even shared putting tips as we played some putt-putt together!
As part of our study of Asia, Ms. Hobson’s World Geography class enjoyed dinner at Hinoki’s and sampled Japanese cuisine.
It was so great visiting with Heritage Academy alumni who are on the island for the Thanksgiving holiday! !
Ms. Hobson’s U.S. History class recently visited Ft. Sumter, Charleston, SC – where the Civil War began in April, 1861. This visit enabled the students to have a first-hand historical experience during our study of the U.S. Civil War.