Boys learn best by doing. That’s why Boys’ Latin focuses on experiential, hands-on learning that appeals to different senses, involves action and movement and produces tangible outcomes. For example, when it’s time to learn about ecosystems, lower school students raise trout and watch them grow from fertilized eggs into thriving baby fish. The project culminates with a field trip to Lake Roland, when the boys release their newly hatched babies into the tailwaters of Lake Roland. Along the way, boys strengthen their observation, discovery and analytical thinking skills.
At BL’s Visiting Day on April 5, families will have the chance to learn more about unique programs like these in all three divisions, tour the campus, meet faculty and administrators, and ask questions.
When: Thursday, April 5
Time: 8:30 – 9:30 am
Where: Boys’ Latin School
Address: 822 W. Lake Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21210
Ph: 410-377-5192, ext. 1137.
Email to learn more and to register: [email protected].
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