Biology students recently tested the effect of temperature upon enzyme activity. They used beef liver and hydrogen peroxide and exposed them to varying temperatures to determine the level of enzyme activity under differing conditions.
As part of their study of Johnny Appleseed, K5 students made hats, tasted three types of apples and made graphs, and read the book Ten Apples Up on Top by Dr. Seuss.
Laurens Academy is forming a new Scholastic Shooting team this school year. The team will be comprised of 9th-12th grade boys and girls who are interested in shooting sporting clays. Participants must have completed the Hunter Safety Course through the Department of Natural Resources.Team members will compete in 6 shoots throughhout the November-April season. Steve […]
Twenty-five years ago a small group of students in the US gathered around their school’s flagpole to pray. See You at The Pole has expanded to include not only our country but many others. The Laurens Academy Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsored See You at The Pole on Wed., September 23rd to pray for our […]
Fourth graders have set up multiple weather stations on campus. Students are monitoring temperature, rainfall and cloud formations.