November 2013

Month

Students celebrated Thanksgiving Academy-style with assemblies and feasts over the past couple of weeks. Junior Kindergarten & 1st graders led Thanksgiving-themed assemblies on the Lower Division deck: JK had their feast based on the story Stone Soup: 1st Grade’s feast was on the beautifully decorated Lower Division deck: 5th and 6th Grade gathered for a...
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Yesterday, Academy celebrated a yearly tradition: Day of Manners. Upper Division students wore business attire while Middle and Lower Division students wore their dress uniforms and made a conscious effort to be as polite as the entire day. Small, but impactful events took place throughout the school: UD student athletes spoke, as a panel, to...
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After their 42-6 Playoff win against Geneva at home, the Wildcats are heading to Plant City for their second Playoff game of the season against FISH Homeschool Group this Friday, November 22nd at 7:30pm. Admission Adults – $5 Students – $3 Family Pass – $12 (parents and their student children only) Please see this flyer...
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Once a month we will be sharing our favorite books for all levels of school-aged children from our very own experts, our librarians.
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From a Wildcat to a Bull, Senior Softball player Lauren Evans signed with USF. A commitment that was made verbally her sophomore year. Yesterday morning, students gathered in the Academy gym to watch as Lauren officially became a USF Bull. Coach Tom Haslam spoke about the steps it took to get her to this point...
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Today the Academy honored the Nation’s Veterans at the Veteran’s Day Assembly. Several Veterans from the faculty, staff and families attended the event which consisted of a moving introduction and closing from Head of School, Mr. Heller, beautiful performances by the Girls Choir and band and touching speeches from students. A solemn moment of silence...
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Once a month we will be sharing our favorite books for all levels of school-aged children from our very own experts, our librarians.
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The clock is ticking on this year’s college applications. That means it’s time to grab a pen and paper (or keyboard) and start writing those college essays.
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