Our program is in early April, featuring samples of what students learned during the year. It intentionally selects material from across the curriculum.
It typically opens with an all-school song or two; then the presentations progress through the age levels. Offerings come from any subject, many of them integrated.
For example, this year the upper elementary introduced us to rain forests by reading poems they wrote about rainforest animals while we viewed a three-D paper cut-out layered display of a rainforest. Another elementary group demonstrated the operation of an electric circuit. The Spanish class presented a story in Spanish. Junior high introduced us to the bones of the skeleton. High schoolers reviewed some of the dialogues of the Book of Job and presented an illustrative modern-day Job scenario. The program also included some integrated songs and recitations. Often presentations tie loosely to an overall theme–this year it was on the Body of Christ.