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Fail and Flourish: The Williams Research Greenhouse at Faith Lutheran

Posted by Stephen Blank on Jul 3, 2018 3:09:32 PM

“Why are we building a Greenhouse?”  A skeptical 8th grader asks.  The purpose of this greenhouse is bigger than the plants, but rather than getting knee deep in a philosophical discussion about best educational practices with a thirteen year old, I instead reply, “It will have fish...” Based on their reaction, the student is satisfied.

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Topics: high school, middle school, Christian school, extracurricular activities, education, resilience, independent children, co-curricular, collaboration, outdooreducation, greenhouse, researchgreenhouse

Robotics Tournament January 2018

Posted by Mai Choy on Jan 30, 2018 6:39:00 AM

On January 13, 2018, Faith Lutheran hosted a record 78 teams from southern Nevada and California at its 3rd annual VEX Robotics Tournament.  This year we expanded to include middle school VEX IQ Teams in addition to high school VRC.  Faith Lutheran Teams competed at Sierra Vista’s tournament in December, our tournament in January, and are looking forward to the VEX IQ and VRC Championships in April.

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Topics: extracurricular activities, STEM, VEX IQ, VEX VRC, co-curricular, competition, collaboration, robotics

Fine Arts and Your Student's Future

Posted by Emily Slater on Nov 2, 2017 5:00:00 AM

So, you’ve been blessed with a student who is gifted in the arts.  Now what?  Don’t panic.  As the Dean of Fine Arts, I’ve had refreshingly honest meetings with parents who came clean and admitted they were afraid their theatrically inclined son would end up living in their guestroom forever, which would be particularly awkward when Aunt Agatha came for her yearly visit.  

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Topics: college, extracurricular activities, fine art, arts, music, theater, college recruitment, scholarships, gifts

Athletics: Specialization v.s. Multiple Sports

Posted by Bret Walter on Oct 24, 2017 5:06:35 PM

With so many opportunities out there to compete in club sports all year long at a young age, many kids are specializing in a single sport.  Questions continue to arise about whether or not specialization is good for kids, especially as it relates to the age of the student.  Parents that have kids involved in sports at a young age will undoubtedly have choices to make regarding how much their kids will focus on a particular sport or whether they will participate in multiple athletic activities.

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Topics: high school, middle school, athletics, specialization, multiple sports, extracurricular activities, injuries, strength and conditioning, performance

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