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Study Club meets on Wednesday afternoons for two sessions: Session I of the Study Club lasts from 1-2:10pm and Session II lasts from 2:10-3:20pm.
Students in Amphora will discover the enduring beauty of ancient Greek pottery and Roman vases, studying them in their context of the classical world, making them at school, and imitating their designs in paint projects involving ceramics.
Students will enjoy learning about the bow and its history, archery equipment and competition, and practice at the local archery range.
Students will meet periodically to cultivate their interest in and an appreciation of the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome and to impart an understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of classical antiquity.
Students will have a forum for the discussion of incredibly fascinating topics related to Spanish culture, history, and society as part of the classical education for our students.
Students will join Dr. Mitchell in the evenings for the study of French culture, history, and society in this exciting extracurricular activity! Planned events include hosting an award-winning French chef at Lincoln Prep, an outing to Merci (a French café and patisserie in Scottsdale), a poetic tour of the many regions of France paired with exploration of local cheeses, an evening on French history, and a presentation on the cave art painting of Lascaux.
Students will have a forum for the discussion of topics related to gardening as part of the classical, liberal arts and sciences. Students and teachers alike will seek truth, beauty, and goodness in the soils around us. A special emphasis in 2018-2019 will be brick masonry and building techniques from colonial America. Students will be provided with basic gardening tools and a mason’s trowel as part of this extracurricular activity.
Students on the Lincoln Prep Photography Team share a deep interest in photography as an art form and its place in documenting school extracurricular activities. The team shall take a special photography field trip to the Desert Botanical Garden and support Lincoln Prep through various photography projects.
Students in Math Counts will enjoy fun and engaging programs that get Middle School students excited about math. Math Counts may involve some local and regional math competition.
Students will have a forum in Mosaic for the study and practice of art as part of a classical, liberal arts and sciences. The cost of this club is $50 for the school year, and is led by Mr. Harris.
Students who serve as peer tutors assist fellow students in areas of mathematics and the humanities. There is no cost for this activity. Peer Tutors is led by Mrs. Bahr and Mrs. Maza. This club will meet periodically throughout the school year with specific dates and times to come from Mrs. Bahr and Mrs. Maza.
Students in Science Bowl prepare for academic competition that tests student knowledge in all areas of science and mathematics. They will have opportunities to explore questions of applied science and technology in this extracurricular activity, as well as to compete in high school and middle school regional Science Bowl tournaments.
Students will plan and support the Lincoln Prep Science Fair on this committee.
Students in the Lincoln Drama Troupe promote theatre on campus and assist in Lincoln Prep’s drama performances in Honors Drama I and Honors Drama II. This opportunity allows students who are in all grades the opportunity to perform Shakespeare on stage, work as technicians on the backstage, support major events, and attend a performance of a Shakespeare play locally in Chandler.
Students will support the planning and organization of major Lincoln Prep dances including (but not limited to) the Homecoming Dance in the fall, the annual Middle School dance in the winter, the Blue and Gold Classic in the spring, and the Parent-Only Dance in April.
Students will have a forum for the discussion of curricular topics related to outdoor learning and Arizona recreation, with various planned activities including hiking throughout the school year.
Students on the Lightning Strike Force are responsible for helping to plan and implement fun activities that boost school spirit around campus including pep rallies and advising on various components of Spirit Weeks. They will also organize Donut Thursdays monthly in the Courtyard and the annual celebration of William Shakespeare’s birthday on April 23 each year.
Students will have a forum for the discussion of topics related to astronomy as part of the classical, liberal arts and sciences. Students and teachers alike will seek truth, beauty, and goodness in the starry heavens above.
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