LAKE LURE, N.C. (June 10, 2015): Lake Lure Classical Academy students participated in the 5th annual Science Fair. The Science Fair is a school-wide event with the youngest students displaying what they are learning in Science. Third and Fourth Grade students completed projects in small groups, while grades 5th through 8th created individual projects that they worked on for approximately two months before the exposition.
During the science exposition, students display their projects for judging by local community science enthusiasts, including Rangers from Chimney Rock Park that attend every year. LLCA opens up the school for visits from the community and families to see the projects and announce the winners to the public at the conclusion of the evening. “It’s always a fun time to see what the students come up with for their projects,” explains School Director Jessica Boland. “Their enthusiasm is evident in the time and effort they put into their displays.”
About Lake Lure Classical Academy
Lake Lure Classical Academy, a Challenge Foundation Academy, currently serves grades K-12. Enrollment is currently open for all grades, and administrators advise enrolling now before a lottery status becomes effective in the near future. This fall, students will move to their new campus located on Island Creek Road (from Highway 9). To learn more or schedule a tour, please call 828-625-9292 or visit www.LLCA.TeamCFA.org.
Lake Lure Classical Academy is a Challenge Foundation Academy (CFA). TeamCFA supports a growing network of free, public charter schools, providing the proven academic, governance, and business tools needed to graduate thoughtful and engaged youth. The organization currently serves K–12 schools in three regions: Southwest (Arizona), Southeast (North Carolina), and Midwest (Indiana).