Tenth Grade science (Core 10) took their laboratory on the road this week to study the impact of farming and saltwater intrusion on Maryland soil. Each of the seven classes gathered soil samples from various areas on Park’s Campus and one site off campus such as Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Patuxent Research Refuge, Carriage House Farm, and more! Together, the grade will have tested and collected soil samples from 14 different sites around Maryland.
Next week, the work back at school will begin as students ask questions, form hypotheses, analyze data, and write up their conclusions.Back to The Latest
Park alumnus Rahsan-Rahsan Lindsay ’90 returned to Park this week to speak with Upper School students about his career in the entertainment industry. Lindsay is the Chief Executive Officer of...
Our “Experience Park” event introduces prospective families to Park’s remarkable teaching and learning community (watch the video!) — and features interactive sessions for students and their parents.
Members of the International Student-led Arctic Monitoring and Research (ISAMR) program took their annual trip to Northern Canada this summer to conduct permafrost research and study its relationship to climate...