Tending the Presidio Northeast Corner heritage garden. Photo by Michael H. Imwalle.

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From the Anacapa School Science Department

Anne and Aylin worked together to program their FLL robot for the challenge course.

The Upper School Marine Biology class kicked off the year with an investigation of Nanotechnology. This unit was a culmination of my work in a nanotechnology lab at UCSB. The students in my Upper School classes got to be guinea pigs of sorts, testing out a new curriculum that will hopefully help students understand the immense possibilities in the realm of nanotechnology as well … Read more

Anacapa Students Report on Talk by Polar Expert Kristin Larson

Anacapa students spent a few moments with Ms. Larson after her presentation.

By Elena Alcerro (grade 10) and Morgan Lamberti (grade 10)

On December 10, 2014, Kristin Larson spoke at the Channel City Club’s Festive Annual Holiday Luncheon Program. Her talk was titled “Our Polar Regions in Transition: Emerging Issues and Opportunities in a Time of Thaw.” Kristin Larson is an experienced scientist, explorer, and attorney. In addition to having graduate degrees in chemistry, biochemistry, and bioengineering, she also has … Read more

Anacapa Volunteers Plant at El Presidio Garden

Tending the Presidio Northeast Corner heritage garden. Photo by Michael H. Imwalle.

Sam, Elise and Lottie on the job at the Presidio. Photo by Michael H. Imwalle.

Hello, we are Sam, Lottie, and Elise, the new Presidio Heritage Garden Interns from the Anacapa School. We started our work here on September 22nd with a tour around the presidio grounds from Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation Archaeologist Mike Imwalle to see what our semester at the gardens would hold, and … Read more