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Lotus Students’ Art on Exhibit at Rep. Quinn’s Office

Lotus Students Participate in Representative Marguerite Quinn’s Monthly Art Exhibit Art students from the Lotus School of Liberal Arts where chosen to participate in an art exhibit at Representative Quinn’s local office. The exhibit will open with a reception on Tuesday evening, May 2. Please plan to attend the opening to honor our students. The office is located at: 1032 North Easton Road Doylestown PA 18902

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Just Breathe

Just Breathe: Mindfulness may help freshman stress less and smile more UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Mindfulness training may be one way to help students successfully transition to college life, according to Penn State researchers. The first semester of college is a time of great transition for many students — they often are living away from home for the first time, have a much more fluid schedule than in high school and are potentially surrounded by a new peer group. For all of these reasons and more, this can be an incredibly stressful…

Rosa Sophia

Without this school, I wouldn’t be who I am today. I graduated years ago, yet these teachers continue to be my friends and my support system. I don’t know what I would do without them. As a student, I was able to express myself creatively in ways that I could’ve never done in public school, following my dreams to create art, write, and finally enter the publishing industry. They encouraged me and helped me find my path. Thank you!

Felicia Ruth Holtz, M.A.

The Lotus School of Liberal Arts has all of the ingredients to allow a child’s innate potential to blossom. As an educator, I was blown away by the mindful curriculum and the obvious efforts to provide a healthy learning environment for adolescents. The faculty goes to great length to model kindness, discipline and the joy of lifelong learning. It’s an uplifting environment to step into and a forward thinking educational model.

Crystal Ungaretta

I’d like to take the time to thank the staff of Tinicum Art and Science which has now transformed into the Lotus school. I attended TAS for my complete high school education and graduated in 2005. My time there definitely had a huge impact on my life especially those awkward teenage years when we are all trying to find out where our place is in the world. Before TAS I struggled in the public school system for many reasons. My parents were going through a divorce and my life at home was chaotic. This affected my overall motivation and support…