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During their study of the European Renaissance, ninth grade students carved Michelangelo’s statue of David in soap. Students also had to identify the artist, the country where it was carved, the time period, and reflect on why Michelangelo would carve the biblical David. The student also drew pictures using the technique of perspective that was popularized during the Renaissance and wrote a sentence about the Renaissance, but wrote like da Vinci did, backwards. Upperclassmen who did the same project in ninth grade chose the winning soap sculptures created by Adrianna Casas, Alyssa Woodfin and Reese Lee.