Alan Eustace Julian Nott Roswell KROW Oct 24 2014
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Record-Breaking Balloonist Shares His Passion for Adventure

Alan Eustace and Julian Nott in Roswell, N.M. after Eustace’s record-breaking jump.

As Alan Eustace parachuted from a helium balloon at 135,890 feet above the Earth’s surface, it was the engineering prowess of Julian Nott that he was relying on.  Eustace’s team, including Julian as senior balloon consultant, broke the world altitude record on October 24, 2014.

Julian returned to Breakfast Club to share this latest adventure and some other insights with Anacapa. Julian’s personal journey includes a lifelong passion … Read more

A Word From the English Department

Lower School Literature
The Lower School Literature class has had a very busy semester reading a lot, learning new vocabulary, studying grammar, and writing often. One of their favorite activities was keeping a journal in the voice of one of the characters in Lord of the Flies. Seeing the events of the novel through the eyes of one of the characters was fun for the student and offered many insights into the story. After they wrote character analyses, the students … Read more

Literature Society Luncheon

The students in the AP Literature class once again had the wonderful experience of attending a gathering of the Santa Barbara Literary Society luncheon. It is the eleventh time Anacapa students have been hosted by the Literary Society. Along with their teacher, Peggy Lauer, the students had the invaluable experience and honor of meeting privately with Hector Tobar, the author of Deep Down Dark, the true story of thirty-three Chilean miners who were trapped in a collapsed mine for sixty-nine … Read more