Wildcats in the Press

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Wildcats in the Press is a compilation of stories about Academy students, faculty, and alumni as seen in local and national media. If you have seen a Wildcat story you would like to share on this page, please email Bri Dold at bdold@academyatthelakes.org.

Academy at the Lakes sophomore Emerson Maier has been riding horses for four years. Lately she has been able to spend more time training due to virtual school during the pandemic. “One of the things I love most about riding horses is the success I experience correlates with the amount of work I put in....
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Academy at the Lakes’ Head Softball Coach, Elizabeth Munn, spent time off the field this summer with the Army Reserves training at Fort Jackson in South Carolina. The short softball season, due to COVID-19, prompted Munn to pack her bags and spend her days training on the range fulfilling new duties.
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Dr. Pamela Sullivan, Academy Alumna and Associate Professor of Geology and Geophysics at Oregon State University’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, and daughter of Upper Division Director Robert Sullivan, spoke to Ms. Mahoney’s Environmental Science class last week. Dr. Sullivan explained to the students that the world of research is riddled with one...
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Wildcats in the News
Original Article by Andy Villamarzo, Hernando Sun Hernando Christian Academy (3-13) at Academy at the Lakes (8-10): The Lions are having trouble winning games this 2019-2020 season and are hoping the second half of the season is a bit more kinder to them. Hernando Christian will be facing Academy at the Lakes, a team they...
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Sports Update
Academy Swimmer, McKenna ’21, recently finished another stellar season in the pool for our Wildcats. She added District and Regional Championships in the 50 and 100 Meter Freestyle. This brings McKenna’s Championship total to eleven. McKenna also placed third in the 50 and 100 Freestyle in the State Championship meet. Our three-time state championship football...
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