Eagle scholars visit Atlanta


Beaufort High’s Freshmen Eagle Scholars recently travelled to Atlanta for an educational field trip. During their adventure, the students toured the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, visited the Martin Luther King Jr. historical site, including the Ebenezer Baptist Church, and topped off their first evening in the big city with a Broadway production of “The Lion King” at the historic Fox Theater. The next day, they were taught how to make their own paper at the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking.  Trip sponsor, Dr. Nancy Ungvarsky, gave a brief tour of the Emory University campus, where she has served on the faculty. The afternoon was spent exploring the Georgia Aquarium, topped off with a Braves game at Turner Field. The students were exposed to a wealth of learning opportunities on this excursion, and seemed to love it.

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