Senior Alex S., for his senior capstone project, built garden beds and worked with the Environmental Science class to fill those beds with a variety of herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers, including a pumpkin patch set to bear fruit in the Fall. Alex did the construction work himself and donated all the materials, with amazing results!
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Two teams of CFLA students won their category in the District History Fair and travel to Tallahassee to compete against 40 other schools in the State History Fair.
Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Led by one student’s support dog “Sadie,” and honored by a keynote address by State Representative (and former CFLA parent) Amy Mercado, the Class of 2018 graduated on Friday, May 25, 2018.