Students create sculpture garden
Posted June 24, 2008 1:36 p.m. EDT
Benson, N.C. — Students at West Johnston High School have a much nicer setting in which to study thanks to the efforts of their peers and a grant from Lowe's.
Students from the landscaping and Future Farmers of America installed the Reading and Sculpture Garden as an outdoor sanctuary on campus.
The garden features plantings amid a walking path with benches for seating.
“The goal was to create an area where the students could gather, study, eat and socialize in a beautiful natural environment,” Horticulture and Landscape teacher William Weaver said.