After collaborating with students, we finally figured out how to bring our student court back to life online. We are so proud of the hardwork of students on the committee to reinstate our Justice League. They range in ages 9 to 17 and all of their ideas came together to bring it back. Here's a... Continue Reading →
We are developing our Friday outdoor program into a full Nature School, inspired by the work of Erin Kenny and Cedarsong Way! https://youtu.be/5tvsJG2iOSU
In order to help people grasp the framework of our school's philosophy, we created an acronym that expresses all of the components of the school: F-Follow a child’s interests, passions, learning style, and learning pace L-Liberal Arts Education (Classical Education) allows children to learn freely through exploration, dialogue of their thoughts and opinions, and by interaction with Living... Continue Reading →
First let me say that this post is not an effort to say how my philosophy of education is better than anyone else's. I am a firm believer in school choice and feel that because God made children as unique as snowflakes, that each child deserves the right to learn in a school environment that... Continue Reading →
From the Founder: As you all know we are a school that seeks to practice the Sudbury model as much as we can. We are not quite at total freedom (we are at about 50/50 freedom 50% freedom and 50% Classical education) at the school, but it still gave us a space to practice it... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/QZfDT2RtklY In this video, Dr. Anika Prather shares how the Living Water School is still moving forward and using technology to create a unique online learning experience for the students. The Living Water School is still enrolling students in grades 1-12 nationwide!