In February 2017, Lee’s Upper School students visited this unique Hispanic country and explored its culture, wildlife, natural resources and environmental protection efforts. Students traveled to several beautiful parks, experienced volcanoes, waterfalls, bio-diverse rain-forests and an abundance of wildlife. There were also physical activities, such as white water rafting, canopy zip lines and bathing in thermal springs. Most importantly, students learned about the culture through contact with the locals, eating typical meals and participating in folkloric activities.
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- Deep Carnivale: A Celebration of WordsOctober 17, 2019 - 7:37 pm
On November 2nd, this semi-annual literature festival will be held on the Lee Academy campus from 10 am through 5 pm. Created by the Artists and Writers Group, Deep Carnivale will feature published authors, poets, scriptwriters, and artists from the area sharing and discussing their work with the audience, including conversations about writing, storytelling and […]