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Learning Through a Historical Solar Eclipse

On Monday, April 8, students across all four schools were engaged in a series of activities and lessons aimed at exploring the science behind eclipses, their historical significance, and the wonders of our solar system.

At the Middle School, students learned about the solar eclipse last week in Science classrooms, and on the day, students were invited outside to play and track the movement of the eclipse. Students who opted to remain inside were still able to join in on the fun, participating in a Kahoot and tracking the eclipse through a NASA website.

Excitingly, Senior School students in Physics II Calculus, Physics II Algebra, Principles of Engineering, and Astronomy even traveled to the path of totality! This exciting field trip was an application of what they've learned about orbital mechanics and optics phenomena. 

The eclipse's path across the sky over the Senior School.


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