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“Language Immersion AND Advanced Academics‎‎”

Spanish, Chinese, English and Advanced Academics. Not only is our daughter a year or two ahead of her peers in academics…she just loves going to school. Her class is a small close-knit group, her teachers are highly qualified and she gets lots of opportunities for one-on-one instruction because of the small class size. We feel fortunate to have this caliber of school in Panama City.‎ A...

Students enjoy bringing friends to school

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington Today, Panama City Renaissance School students brought their friends to school. The visitors had a opportunity to experience a regular school day – Chinese, Spanish, music, art, math, science, geography, English and history. Not only did the guests have a good time, but the students enjoyed showing their friends what they do each day. If you missed out this time, make sure to watch for the spring “Bring a Friend to School” day (and sign-up...

Panama City Renaissance School wins 3rd place in scarecrow contest

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington The scarecrows the  Panama City Renaissance School Enrichment Program students made  from recycled materials won third prize at the Second Annual Scarecrow Festival in St. Andrews. Congratulations students and thank you Ms....

Art project helps disabled students

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Thursday, Panama City Renaissance School students made bowls for the Chautauqua Learn and Serve Charter School Empty Bowl fundraiser.  Each bowl was different, expressing the individuality of its artist. The kids not only enjoyed creating unique pieces of art, but also learned about helping others. The bowls will be displayed at the annual Empty Bowl Supper held at the Bay High School...

Kids enjoy performing at the Festival of Nations

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington This weekend, the Panama City Renaissance School students presented songs, dances and skits in Chinese, Spanish and English at the annual Festival of Nations celebration in downtown Panama City. The students enjoyed sampling the ethnic foods, playing kids friendly games, watching the performances and spending the warm, sunny afternoon with their friends. The parade that culminated the day was great fun. Some of the children donned brightly colored traditional costumes while others helped with the school...
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