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MYP 5 students got hands-on experience while learning how to extract DNA from a plant cell, by experimenting with strawberries! To do this, they mixed and squeezed the strawberries with soap and salt, to break down the cell wall and the cell membrane. Then, they filtered the mixture and added isopropanol (alcohol), to separate the DNA from the solution. After that, it was just a matter of "going fishing!" and grabbing the DNA thread with the tweezers.

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Congratulations to our U12 and U14 volley-ball teams

The U12 and U14 Mustangs VB teams enjoyed a wonderful time at a tournament that took place at Marymount.

Hortense shares her school exchange experience in Germany

Recently, Hortense, student in ninth grade, spent more than a month in Germany at Landheim Schondorf school near Munich. Here is her testimony.

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IB Visual Art Exhibition 2022