LCCS Students Tackle Tiny House Project - Homestead Village

LCCS Students Tackle Tiny House Project

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Homestead Village Bus projectBy Ann Mead Ash

“My job is fun,” said Nate Long, director of the academy of entrepreneurship at Lancaster County Christian School (LCCS). “I get to think of the creative things I wanted to do in high school and hopefully make them happen.”

Fourteen LCCS high school students will get hands-on experience in a variety of areas as they work to transform a small bus Long purchased from Homestead Village into a type of tiny house. According to Long, the bus, which is 17 feet long and more than 7 feet wide, will be more like an RV when completed, but it will be fully functional with a bathroom and a kitchen, if a little smaller than the average tiny house.

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