Mosaics inspired by Invader, an international artist known for his pixelated street murals, appeared in Barstow hallways this week. Upper school French students and fifth graders created the works together in a unique collaboration that combined art and language.
Kansas City Chiefs football fever is everywhere leading to the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, Jan. 20, including the Barstow campus. On Red Friday, grade 5 teachers and students turned the excitement into a fun way to learn math, science and history.
The innate curiosity of each young student drives the learning process in Barstow’s Early Childhood classrooms — and this week, prekindergarten students built on one of their many interests, using hammers and nails and other hands-on activities.
Society for Science & the Public has named Paul Case, senior, a top 300 scholar in the Regeneron Science Talent Search — the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and mathematics competition for high school seniors.