Statement on “Critical Race Theory”
Words by Mark Heller, Head of School   In recent days, the public square has brought a discussion of the concept of Critical Race Theory (an academic theory typically kept to post-graduate studies).  When issues like this arise in our highly-polarized media culture, I feel an obligation to share our school’s practice and perspective. Do...
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For a Great Education: Balance
Words by Mark Heller   As parents, we seek schools for our children that will best position them for a successful life’s journey.  I believe that the best schools are those that present excellent academic programs (as a given), but go beyond to provide each student a broad range of opportunities: to create to serve...
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Like many others, Academy’s Bryce Picard, a 12-year-old middle division student, discovered new interests during the pandemic lockdown. When Picard grew tired of video games, he began re-watching political debates after having watched the Democratic debates, the DNC and RNC events.  
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Words by Mr. Jack Penrose 2:32pm is a difficult time to bring drama to a bunch of talented – and exhausted – teenagers (not to mention the fragile condition of this Spanish and French teacher whose coffee supply has waned by that point); but I have to say that working with the Upper Division Theatre...
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The Academy Wildcat sports year is off to a great start.  Our 3-time State Champion Football team has started the season at 4-0, and is riding a 22-game win streak.  Stay tuned for another exciting run at a third consecutive state championship! Our Varsity Cheerleading team is touting its largest and most experienced roster, and is...
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The Amazon Adventure is one of the many programs that set Academy at the Lakes apart from the rest. Our students and their families not only get to experience the environmental science that they learn about, but they create bonds and memories that will last them a lifetime. Andrey Chee, Katie Erin McCormick, and Jordan...
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Mrs. Mahoney is the Upper Division biology, environmental science, and anatomy and physiology teacher.  She and her wife live in Seminole Heights with their two pets.  In her free time, Mrs. Mahoney can be found doing just about anything on, in, or near the water.  I teach the layers of the rainforest in every single...
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Words By Caroline Maguire, Author of  Why Will No One Play with Me? and guest speaker at Academy at the Lakes on Wednesday, September 18. Learn more about the event here. Caroline Maguire is a passionate personal coach, author, teacher, and speaker whose work has inspired important conversations about social skills at elementary and middle schools and...
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As a parent, you constantly have to come up with helpful ways to get your children through the school year. At Academy at the Lakes, whether it is your first year at the school or your child is moving to a new division, there is always plenty to learn. And who better to learn it...
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With the summer heat continually on the rise, the forecast isn’t expected to change anytime in the near future. But with a little preparation, anyone can prevent heat-related illnesses, some being fatal, but death is preventable with recognition and proper treatment. Per the National Athletic Trainers Association: it only takes 30 minutes for cell damage to...
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