Walker Black is a 6th grade student who loves plant live. He will spent part of this summer with Project PLANTS at JC Raulston Arboretum.
Project PLANTS is a summer camp for rising 7th grade students who are excited to explore the natural world and see science from a new angle. Each day, students will be engaged in hands-on activities covering topics such as plant development and processes, plant propagation, plant breeding, vegetable and fruit production, post-harvest issues, and environmental stewardship.
Daily experiments, activities, recipes, and field trips will inspire a new appreciation and curiosity for everyday science and inspire a lifelong interest in horticultural and agricultural sciences.
Luc Stadler is a junior who will be attending North Carolina Governor's School for vocal music.
The Governor’s School takes 670 of North Carolina’s most academically gifted and creative rising high school juniors and seniors. They will explore cutting-edge ideas and concepts in academics and the arts. The 2017 session runs from June 18 - July 26.
“Gov. Terry Sanford founded the Governor’s School of North Carolina in 1963. The program, which does not involve credit, tests or grades, is the oldest statewide summer residential program for intellectually gifted high school students in the nation." - The Public Schools of North Carolina’s State Board of Education