A Friendship Garden Blooms
Tucked into a shaded piece of earth on our Lowry Campus, a beautiful garden has come to life. The garden blooms, not with roses, but with something far more precious: friendship.
The garden is a masterpiece of love and friendship-inspired art, created by our K3 (Kindergarten) students across the three language programs. It germinated as part of their “who we are” unit of inquiry.
Students studied the central idea that our relationships have an impact on how we feel. As an output of their study, they conceptualized and created a garden where if a student is alone, they can sit on a bench and others can come invite the student to play together. What a precious and lasting legacy given by five-year-olds!
We hope you’ll join us for a campus tour to show what makes our international and immersive approach to education so special.
"X Block” is our Middle School elective program. Each term, students take two elective classes for 45 minutes a week. X Block offerings vary from wilderness trekking skills to personal finance to knitting to drum line to art studio to Civil Rights. Get a closer look into our Civil Rights course, Road to Selma.
Our fourth graders did a street art inspired collab! Check out their beautiful, interactive installation!
Kindergarteners explored relationships in their most recent unit of inquiry, who we are. They then created something beautiful as an output of what they learned, a friendship garden.