The 4th Grade class visited Magnolia Plantation on Friday. Magnolia Plantation is listed on the Natural Register of Historic Places and played important roles in the colonial settlement, the Revolutionary War and the Civil War. The glorious day was full of sunshine and fun as our students took the Nature Train and Slavery to Freedom Tour. Upon arrival, students were greeted by beautiful peacocks and able to witness God's abundant beauty as they saw nature in its rarest form. During the four-mile nature train ride, students saw alligators, herons, turtles and egret. It was a special treat to have Pastor Dick as our tour guide as he continued to bring all things back to our Creator, Jesús Christ. The students also learned about the history of the plantation and were able to tour slave cabins that were occupied until the last decade.
Come enjoy an evening of Fine Arts entertainment on Thursday, May 9 at The Palmetto Show!This wonderful night will showcase our Upper School Fine Arts including the Middle and High School Bands and Choirs, as well as a Visual Arts Gallery featuring works by our talented 6th-12th grade students. This is an evening to fill your spirit with beautiful music and thought-provoking art.. and entry is free!
The musical showcase begins at 6 pm followed by the art show at 7. We hope you will make plans to join us for a very special evening!