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Maharishi School students earn first place at world creativity competition
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28 June 2017
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A team of Maharishi School* students in the USA recently showed their extraordinary creativity by winning a first-place award at the Destination Imagination Global Finals late last month in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Competing against 80 other teams, all of whom had qualified by winning at the state level, the team of Philip Winer, Drew Schoenfeld, Caleb Mullenneaux, Loreena Hansen, and Alista Wikle performed a musical they wrote that not only won first place but also a coveted Da Vinci Award for exceptional creativity.
The 1,400 teams from 15 countries assembled at Knoxville competed in various age-level categories, and in one of six theme categories, ranging from building a machine to putting on an 8-minute play.
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The Maharishi School team competed in the senior division in the Fine Arts category, in which they were challenged to present a story about how the disappearance of a color changes the world. They came up with their own angle on the challenge, creating a play about the disappearance of communism (long associated with the color red).
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*Maharishi School in Fairfield, Iowa, USA, offers Consciousness-Based education from preschool through grade 12 in an environment of high standards and low stress. By integrating programs for the development of consciousness with an innovative college preparatory curriculum, students develop 200 percent of life—100 percent inner development with 100 percent outer success. This unique integrated approach provides the foundation for students and staff to enjoy a balanced, happy, and successful life. For more information call: 1-866-472-6723 (toll-free in US); International: +1-641-472-9400 x 5538).
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