Testimonial

"There is a significant classical component to the school as seen in the study of Latin, philosophy and arts. The importance of instilling a strong work ethic, making appropriate life choices, and the spirituality of life are emphasized. This is balanced with a contemporary and practical view of technology, physical fitness, and recreation". Susan K. Nicklas , Report on the Candidacy Visit, MSA 1998.

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Ms. Nicole Bishop

Written by Carlos Prats Redondo. Posted in News

Nicole Bishop

 

It is our pleasure to announce that Ms. Nicole Bishop, one of our former students, is now working with us here at SLS! It is always a joy and a satisfaction to have our alumni back at the school forming the future generations. This year she will be teaching most of the classes of our 6th graders.

Ms. Nicole graduated from Shoreless Lake School in 2013, and then went to the University of Wisconsin in Platteville to get her degree in Bachelor of Science Elementary Education. She graduated summa cum laude.

We are proud to count her among our faculty members!!

Shoreless Lake School in Wisconsin chosen as Finalist for Sphero Robotics Mission!

Written by Carlos Prats Redondo. Posted in News

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NASA, Google, and Sphero have sponsored a contest to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, and SHORELESS LAKE SCHOOL (Wisconsin) has been selected as one of the three FINALISTS with the project called Nautae tranquillitatis! Congratulations!

Our students will go to the NASA Space Center in Houston for the final session of the contest from August 9 to August 11. You can see pictures of the project and a video at:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZjW4CHMNvsap_kTUbHMgxOzMhxzUloZV and at 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-z0sou3mKJ-p6cfqtPJZF1kvatDM8CQM

https://www.sphero.com/education/roboticsmission/

If you wish to see a summary of the project you can download: nautae_tranquillitatis

Field trip to Segovia (Nov 22, 2018)

Written by Carlos Prats Redondo. Posted in News

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Our students had the opportunity to visit the historic city of Segovia over the Thanksgiving holiday! They visited its cathedral, nicknamed “The Lady of Cathedrals” on account of being the most recently constructed Gothic cathedrals in Europe, having been built between the 16th and 18th centuries.

They also toured La Granja, a royal palace built by the first Bourbon king of Spain, Philip V. This monarch of French origin inherited the Spanish throne at the beginning of the 18th century, starting a new dynasty in Spain. The palace was meant to imitate Versailles and houses countless works of art. 

Finally, they paid a visit to the Roman aqueduct. This aqueduct is one of the best samples of Imperial Roman engineering that has lasted unto our days.

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By Peter A. Lehn, former student of Shoreless Lake School

 

Shoreless Lake School

Apdo. 239
30850 Totana, Murcia
Spain
Tel.: 34 968 424386
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