O'Neal Lower School Science Lab is Ready for Learning
O'Neal lower school students are always excited to visit the science lab for science class, especially with the new learning tools that are steadily appearing in the room.
A full-scale skeleton, interactive models of human body systems, microscopes, butterfly collections, and charts all appoint the science lab.
All of these tools are exciting to see and touch, and essential for an understanding of science in a young student's mind.
Students moved into the new McMurray Hall Lower School in January.
With grants and contributions from Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and the Duffy Family, materials and equipment were purchased to outfit the lower school science lab.
The O'Neal School follows the Core Knowledge curriculum from pre-school through eighth grade.
In the Lower School, students from pre-school to fourth grade are introduced to the study of animals, geography, chemistry, human body systems and more.
The O'Neal School is a college preparatory, independent day school serving students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
It is dedicated to the development of academic excellence, strength of character, and physical well-being of its students in an environment where self-discipline, integrity, and consideration for others are fundamental.
For more information about The O'Neal School, visit www.OnealSchool.org.
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