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Welcome to our newest Science Department course offering: Advanced Placement Environmental Science

Date: 
Friday, April 20, 2018
AP environmental science students doing a soil lab
AP environmental science students doing a soil lab

Over the last decade, Environmental Science and Environmental Studies have been cited among the fastest growing majors in STEM programs at the undergraduate level. In a world with increasing environmental and health concerns, this is hardly a surprising revelation.

Triumph of the Greeks

Date: 
Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Daniel South has been studying the history of Greek mathematics. Having completed calculus BC, Junior Daniel South is currently studying Advanced Topics Mathematics, including proof writing, linear algebra, and math history, with Ms. Orton. He wrote the following on Greek mathematics for his independent study.

On Being "Less New"

Date: 
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Matt Douglas is a MS/US history teacher at Waterford. We asked him to reflect on being "less new" as he approaches the end of his second year.

“The only common thread has been your disrespect
Now you call me ‘amoral,’
A ‘dangerous disgrace,’
If you’ve got something to say
Name a time and place
Face to face
I have the honor to be your obedient servant
A . Burr”

Lin-Manuel Miranda. “Your Obedient Servant.” In Hamilton: The Revolution.

Future Olympian Tabitha Bell Wins Scholarship and Awards

Date: 
Thursday, March 29, 2018
Tabitha Bell received the AXA Achievement Scholarship

Senior Tabitha Bell received the $25,000 AXA Achievement Scholarship that goes towards tuition for her future university and a $1,000 grant towards her current high school for professional development activities. She is the only AXA Achievement scholar from the state of Utah. According to the AXA website, AXA Achievers share:

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