Student Blogs

Invention Convention

On Wednesday, in the Lower School Library, the 3/4 grade boys and girls hosted an Invention Convention for parents and friends. The turn out was the best ever, and guests enjoyed a host of wonderfully creative, innovative, and clever ‘inventions’ displayed and presented by their happy inventors. The inventions will be on display until Friday March... Read More »

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Math and Language Arts Integration

The 5/6 grade boys and girls are working on their Math and Language Arts Integration project. There are two parts to this project. The first part is the Language Arts problem which they have to do of their own and must include a math problem structure in their story. They should have a character, setting, challenge... Read More »

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Maharishi Middle School Music and Sound Performance

Written by 8th grader Alista Wikle On Wednesday, January 16th, at 7:00 PM, Maharishi Middle School presented the product of their latest project, Music and Sound. They performed original instrumental songs using instruments they had created. In addition, student music videos using original music, lyrics, and choreography were shown. The Maharishi Middle School uses a project based... Read More »

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Winter Extravaganza a Success

Maharishi School class of 2013 put on a great show last Sunday and raised several thousand dollars for their senior trip. Congratulations! Thanks to Jim Davis we have some terrific photos from this exciting event. Please click the photo below to enjoy the album.          

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Maharishi Middle School Students Attend Middle School Diversity Leadership

Four Maharishi Middle School students attended the annual Middle School Diversity Leadership Conference in St. Louis. They participated in workshops, simulations, and activities to broaden their awareness of diversity issues and promote advocacy for others. The eighth grade students, Melat Gibramarian, Jivani Rodriguez, Caleb Mullenneaux, and Philip Winer, were accompanied by the Head of Maharishi School... Read More »

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Great Person Celebration

The Intermediate boys and girls recently hosted a wonderful “Great Person Celebration” for their parents, where they presented projects about a great person of their choice including interviews, posters, dioramas, and booklets. A Master of Ceremony ran the shows, that included singing and student presentations. In addition each student chose a “great person” they knew personally... Read More »

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Skyping with Author Neil Klayman

The children in grades 3 to 6 had an opportunity last Friday to hold a Skype call with the author, Neil Klayman, and the illustrator, Barry Chung, of a delightful new children’s book: “Boris Ate a Thesaurus.” Mr. Klayman and Mr. Chung work for Hawthorne Direct in their Los Angeles office. They recently donated a copy... Read More »

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5/6 Graders Working on Biomes

The 5/6 girls and boys have been working on a project based unit on biomes. Each student will be doing several activities of their choice including integrating SCI Fundamentals, for their project. Everyone has just completed a writing assignment where they integrate notes they have taken into several paragraphs which all writers in their own words.... Read More »

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Students Study Corn in Iowa

The Upper Elementary class just finished their study on Iowa and corn.  The children drew maps of Iowa on which they located important places and rivers. On the corn project, they studied the corn’s growth cycle, GMO corn, types and uses of corn.The children presented their research and findings to each other.  As part of their... Read More »

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Intermediate Girls’ Research on Inner Qualities

The third and fourth grade girls have been brainstorming ideas about what makes a great person, and what inner qualities might be exhibited by great people. The girls have also discussed inner qualities of great people, and looked for those qualities in the lives of people whose biographies they have heard or read about. They have... Read More »

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