The showcase displayed our main projects, trips and developments such as our comparative religion study.
In addition to the academic displays there were also performances by Seabury’s two garage bands, Monday and Thursday, which excited and amazed the crowd.
But the music wasn’t the only thing that made the performances awesome because there were some incredible visuals produced by the students in an open source program known as Pure Data (PD for short) and controlled by students.
Note from Halley: We counted about 80 people that night – thank you so much to everyone who came out to support our middle schoolers!
The performances were awesome and we hope to have a video available on Youtube sometime next week (once Adam works his editing magic).
In the meantime, visit http://www.youtube.com/seaburyschool to see our kid’s fantastic “Don’t Run Away” videos that caught the attention of the mayor!
(Photo courtesy of KC).