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First Grade Market Day Video

Each year our first graders complete a fun Market Day project to learn about entrepreneurship. They spend a month developing a product, making it, creating a shop, branding their shop, earning market day dollars to pay for their shop, even shooting a commercial and marketing their business. Our other Lower School students earn market day dollars by being responsible and kind. On Market day everyone comes to purchase items. This is such a fun way to learn about entrepreneurship at an early age. Check out these amazing projects in a video by student Sofie Aspegren.

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Ayan Dentistry

by Abigail Timmerman '21

Maria has been our cleaner here for many years. She is one of the kindest and most joyous people on campus. Maria is the type of person you would remember from her smile. Unfortunately, she had an accident and lost her front teeth. We soon discovered she didn't have dental insurance, so we offered to help. The Key Club wanted to get involved.

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This fall, Seacrest senior Abigail Timmerman created The Alibi, an online literary magazine. Inspired by the name of a charming old boat Abigail passed on her way to school, Abigail felt “The Alibi” was an appropriate name for the magazine because of the nature of the creative process. “I was really fond of the idea that people could use their writing as an alibi.”

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Chemistry of Cooking and Key Club students teamed up this week to serve Upper School students a holiday pancake breakfast. Dr. Bowden and Ms. Leidy, aided by seniors Julie Zegarra, Ian Bellow, and Hannah Bui, sparked a little holiday cheer in Seacrest students and staff by serving up freshly made chocolate chip pancakes to all those who passed by.

Learning chemistry through hands-on practical cooking knowledge is a win!

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For a final project on Milton’s Paradise Lost, English teachers Mr. Owen Gemmer (‘15) and Dr. MaryZoe Bowden had their students depict a scene from from the 17th century epic poem in a creative medium of their own choosing. The students’ responses ranged from writing and performing a song as Eve (if she were a contemporary singer-songwriter) to baking a cake decorated like the Garden of Eden, with red devil’s food cake hidden inside. 

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