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During J-term students dive in to an immersion study in a concentrated topic. Students learned a variety of skills and tools, including how to safely administer an EpiPen, how to engage with dangerous half-truths, advertise a new invention, maintain a budget, and the importance of understanding African American culture. Event Planning helped plan a real …

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AP Art Showcase

Our AP Art students submitted these pieces are part of their year-end portfolios. Absolutely amazing work! Our AP Art students have dedicated themselves throughout this entire year to these final projects. Special thanks to Mrs. Mary Foster for your inspiration along the way. By Emily Parr By Emily Parr By Johann Villela By Johann Villela …

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CLS Delivering Distance Learning Until April 24

In the weeks before Governor Hogan directed the closure of schools on March 16, Covenant Life School was working on plans to accommodate distance learning with packets and virtual class sessions. When the school buildings were closed, CLS continued our mission and did not miss a day of instruction. Teachers are working hard to continue …

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J-Term: Field Trips, Internships, and Specialty Classes

J-term for the Middle School means adventures to the Spy Museum, Bible Museum, Aquarium, Air & Space, Natural History, African American Museum and Mt. Vernon!  J-term in the High School means that students were afforded the opportunity to intern in a variety of fields, including health care, banking, engineering, real estate, government, education, theater, and …

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