Some of her amazing images!
So many good ones from this adventure!
This is just a selection of Ms. Kiland's amazing photographs! Please reach out to her for more! IPHONE: CAMERA:
By Sally Shang (submitted from China) Today is the first day for our group to visit Antigua, which is one of the rare towns that remain the ruins of the Spanish colonial structure. Therefore, we have gotten the opportunity to compare the difference between Guatemalan rural area and this special place. As leaders of the day, me … Continue reading The Heart of the Mayan World
By Dr. Little 3:14 am Houston Airport How many times in life do you get an extra, unexpected holiday day! That's what eight CCS students and Mr. Alter and Mr. Kempe and Dr. Little got today. An extra day of vacation tacked onto the end of the most amazing Guatemala trip yet! As I … Continue reading Bonus Day!
By Cameron DeVries June 9, our final day at Lake Atitlán, was a full day for our group. We started off the day by waking up early to go on a hike up Cerro De Oro, which means “Hill of Gold” although it’s also known as the “Sleeping Elephant mountain” because that’s exactly what it … Continue reading Adios, Atitlan!
Five years ago, our school decided to establish a permanent Global Education program. Though we have long sought to teach our students about the world and help them find their place in it, we wanted to deepen and widen the relationships and connections that supported our efforts. Making Global Education part of our school was … Continue reading The Value of Families
The last few days have been great and we have a lot to share. Today, though, is about productivity. Each student is pursuing their own independent project - some want to know more about education, others about sports or the Civil War, and everyone is using Spanish and their background understandings to guide their investigations. … Continue reading Projects
Pictures don't do a place justice but they do help convey a bit of the experience. Panoramas help even more, we hope, with context. Enjoy these few.
By Jeff Elkin Today we started late in the morning and returned to the ARCAS turtle sanctuary to help paint the new hatcheries that they built with $20,000 that was donated to them by Busch Gardens and SeaWorld. We all worked together to paint the inside and outside of the low walls and pillars with … Continue reading The Value of Context