On Arts and Culture Day, the class first went to the Capitol Theatre for a tour and loved the ghost stories they shared. Afterward, they headed to St Nicholas Church. The guest speaker was Nicholas Toth, designer of metal diving helmets, who told the history of the diving industry in Tarpon Springs.
The class went on to lunch at the Greek restaurant Mama Maria’s before heading to the sponge docks where they got to ride the boat with a sponge diver who brought up a sponge in the waters of the Anclote River.
They then took the bus to the Institute for Creative Arts dealing with metal, pottery, painting and stained glass demonstrations. In this picture, you see one of the students prepping for welding.
Save the Date!
YLP recruitment social on Feb. 13. Calvary High School 6:30-7: 30 p.m. Tell all your friends and family with high schoolers who will be in 10th, 11th or 12th grades in public school, private school, homeschooled, or dual-enrolled.