On April 18-19 the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg high school students and teachers experienced a two-day field-trip to the wilds of Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati. Their first stop was the Creation Museum.
Students attended a seminar taught by Jobe Martin. After viewing the biblical history exhibits, students attended a wonderful program at the Creation Museum’s Star Gazer’s Planetarium. The Planetarium has two high-resolution projectors that produce an absolutely breathtaking view of the universe. On Thursday, students experienced a Day in Pompeii at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Students were able to view room-sized frescos, marble and bronze sculptures, jewelry, gold coins and hundreds of priceless ancient artifacts.