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The ACAD Daily Friday 5.28.21

Happy Last Day of School!

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 

 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
Need some summer reading? The Spartan Review has arrived! Click here for great stories on prom, new clubs on campus, local restaurant reviews, and so much more. Congrats to our editors Ingrid Nilsson and Imana Adogu, and a big shout-out to the Honors Writing for Publication students for their stellar contributions! 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

Friday, May 28 – Monday Schedule with shortened periods (classes dismiss at 11:25):

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


Please remember that the chromebooks that you use will eventually be used again by a different grade. For instance, next year, the 9th and 12th grade chromebooks will be used by the lower school. So….it is important that you DO NOT PERSONALIZE them. We know that it is fun and you want to make it your own, but a future student will not want your stuff on it!
 
Here are some hints from Tech Support about removing stickers:
 
The stickers can be peeled off by hand, just note that too much force can possibly put pressure on the screen and cause it to crack, so they should be removed slowly. As for the leftover adhesive, spray goo gone on a paper towel and scrub it off. Same note about not using too much force.
 
Thank you so much for your help with this!

 


Hi Class of 2022,

 
Before you depart for the summer, please make an appointment to meet with Ms. Evans regarding your college essays. Sign up via the calendar link hereThere are appointments available June 1-14th. If you can’t come to campus during that time, you can also Zoom with Ms. Evans. Ms. Evans will be taking maternity leave for part of the fall, and so it is especially important that you connect with her now. You can meet with her at any stage in the process– whether you’re brainstorming, drafting, etc. You can also discuss supplemental essays with her. Sign up today!

 


 

Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00   TONIGHT

Baseball Facility


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 5.27.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 

 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

I know we’re coming in close to the finish line, but is there any way we can get a shoutout in the ACAD Daily re: The Spartan Review? The kids put in so much hard work, and I want to make sure they get a little mention if possible. Thanks! 
 
Need some summer reading? The Spartan Review has arrived! Click here for great stories on prom, new clubs on campus, local restaurant reviews, and so much more. Congrats to our editors Ingrid Nilsson and Imana Adogu, and a big shout-out to the Honors Writing for Publication students for their stellar contributions! 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

Friday, May 28 – Monday Schedule with shortened periods (classes dismiss at 11:25):

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


Please remember that the chromebooks that you use will eventually be used again by a different grade. For instance, next year, the 9th and 12th grade chromebooks will be used by the lower school. So….it is important that you DO NOT PERSONALIZE them. We know that it is fun and you want to make it your own, but a future student will not want your stuff on it!
 
Here are some hints from Tech Support about removing stickers:
 
The stickers can be peeled off by hand, just note that too much force can possibly put pressure on the screen and cause it to crack, so they should be removed slowly. As for the leftover adhesive, spray goo gone on a paper towel and scrub it off. Same note about not using too much force.
 
Thank you so much for your help with this!

 


Hi Class of 2022,

 
Before you depart for the summer, please make an appointment to meet with Ms. Evans regarding your college essays. Sign up via the calendar link hereThere are appointments available June 1-14th. If you can’t come to campus during that time, you can also Zoom with Ms. Evans. Ms. Evans will be taking maternity leave for part of the fall, and so it is especially important that you connect with her now. You can meet with her at any stage in the process– whether you’re brainstorming, drafting, etc. You can also discuss supplemental essays with her. Sign up today!

 


 

Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00   TONIGHT

Baseball Facility


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 5.26.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 

 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Monday, May 24 – Friday Schedule

Tuesday, May 25 – Tuesday Schedule

Wednesday, May 26 – Wednesday Schedule

Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

Friday, May 28 – Monday Schedule with shortened periods (classes dismiss at 11:25):

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


Please remember that the chromebooks that you use will eventually be used again by a different grade. For instance, next year, the 9th and 12th grade chromebooks will be used by the lower school. So….it is important that you DO NOT PERSONALIZE them. We know that it is fun and you want to make it your own, but a future student will not want your stuff on it!
 
Here are some hints from Tech Support about removing stickers:
 
The stickers can be peeled off by hand, just note that too much force can possibly put pressure on the screen and cause it to crack, so they should be removed slowly. As for the leftover adhesive, spray goo gone on a paper towel and scrub it off. Same note about not using too much force.
 
Thank you so much for your help with this!

 


Hi Class of 2022,

 
Before you depart for the summer, please make an appointment to meet with Ms. Evans regarding your college essays. Sign up via the calendar link hereThere are appointments available June 1-14th. If you can’t come to campus during that time, you can also Zoom with Ms. Evans. Ms. Evans will be taking maternity leave for part of the fall, and so it is especially important that you connect with her now. You can meet with her at any stage in the process– whether you’re brainstorming, drafting, etc. You can also discuss supplemental essays with her. Sign up today!

 


 

Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00   This Thursday!

Baseball Facility


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 5.25.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 

 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Monday, May 24 – Friday Schedule

Tuesday, May 25 – Tuesday Schedule

Wednesday, May 26 – Wednesday Schedule

Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

Friday, May 28 – Monday Schedule with shortened periods (classes dismiss at 11:25):

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


Please remember that the chromebooks that you use will eventually be used again by a different grade. For instance, next year, the 9th and 12th grade chromebooks will be used by the lower school. So….it is important that you DO NOT PERSONALIZE them. We know that it is fun and you want to make it your own, but a future student will not want your stuff on it!
 
Here are some hints from Tech Support about removing stickers:
 
The stickers can be peeled off by hand, just note that too much force can possibly put pressure on the screen and cause it to crack, so they should be removed slowly. As for the leftover adhesive, spray goo gone on a paper towel and scrub it off. Same note about not using too much force.
 
Thank you so much for your help with this!

Hi Class of 2022,

 
Before you depart for the summer, please make an appointment to meet with Ms. Evans regarding your college essays. Sign up via the calendar link hereThere are appointments available June 1-14th. If you can’t come to campus during that time, you can also Zoom with Ms. Evans. Ms. Evans will be taking maternity leave for part of the fall, and so it is especially important that you connect with her now. You can meet with her at any stage in the process– whether you’re brainstorming, drafting, etc. You can also discuss supplemental essays with her. Sign up today!

 


 

 

Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00   This Thursday!

Baseball Facility


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 5.24.21

 
Happy Birthday
Philip D
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Monday, May 24 – Friday Schedule

Tuesday, May 25 – Tuesday Schedule

Wednesday, May 26 – Wednesday Schedule

Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

Friday, May 28 – Monday Schedule with shortened periods (classes dismiss at 11:25):

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


Hi Class of 2022,

 
Before you depart for the summer, please make an appointment to meet with Ms. Evans regarding your college essays. Sign up via the calendar link hereThere are appointments available June 1-14th. If you can’t come to campus during that time, you can also Zoom with Ms. Evans. Ms. Evans will be taking maternity leave for part of the fall, and so it is especially important that you connect with her now. You can meet with her at any stage in the process– whether you’re brainstorming, drafting, etc. You can also discuss supplemental essays with her. Sign up today!
 

Season One of What Would Sensing Do concludes for the year with Episode Four of WWSD. Please be sure to watch it in advisory after the morning meeting! 

And if you’re interested in watching all of Season One again, here you go!

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three

Episode Four


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00 Baseball Facility


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 5.20.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


 

Season One of What Would Sensing Do concludes for the year with Episode Four of WWSD. Please be sure to watch it in advisory after the morning meeting! 

And if you’re interested in watching all of Season One again, here you go!

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three

Episode Four


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00 Baseball Facility


Seniors: Meet in PH at 9:30 today!

Fine Arts Recognition and Senior Athletic Awards Assembly


Today we will have seniors and their parents on campus for some special recognitions and College Colors Day. 

JUNIORS – You must move back to the junior lot for the day

SOPHOMORES – You must move back to the sophomore lot for the day

Friday – you all may move back to the senior and juniors lots.


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


 


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 5.19.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


 

Season One of What Would Sensing Do concludes for the year with Episode Four of WWSD. Please be sure to watch it in advisory after the morning meeting! 

And if you’re interested in watching all of Season One again, here you go!

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three

Episode Four


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00 Baseball Facility


 

 

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 5.18.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Seniors – Turn in your school-issued computers by TODAY. If you don’t, we are assuming that you want to purchase it for $150.


Season One of What Would Sensing Do concludes for the year with Episode Four of WWSD. Please be sure to watch it in advisory after the morning meeting! 

And if you’re interested in watching all of Season One again, here you go!

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three

Episode Four


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


 

 

Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


 
 

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 5.17.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Seniors – Turn in your school-issued computers by Tuesday. If you don’t, we are assuming that you want to purchase it for $150.


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


 

 

Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


 

 

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily FriYAY 5.14.21

 
Happy Birthday
None today
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
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Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Seniors – Turn in your school-issued computers by next Tuesday. If you don’t, we are assuming that you want to purchase it for $150.


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


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Khoa is an amazing League of Legends player. He has been consistent and has led the team in K.D.A. and C.S. all season. As our season last year was cut short, this was our first official season and Khoa helped guide the team with poise and precision. Khoa was a tremendous leader and helped pull the team together over the final few weeks. While we came up short of our goal of winning state, Khoa’s personality and leadership have set us up for success for next season and beyond. He is a true Spartan! – Zack Farmer, Head Coach, eSports

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Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry – This Saturday!!! 8:30-11:00

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


 

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

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Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
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Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


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HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 5.13.21

 
Happy Birthday
 Mills Crosland
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
unnamed (29)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


image (96)

Khoa is an amazing League of Legends player. He has been consistent and has led the team in K.D.A. and C.S. all season. As our season last year was cut short, this was our first official season and Khoa helped guide the team with poise and precision. Khoa was a tremendous leader and helped pull the team together over the final few weeks. While we came up short of our goal of winning state, Khoa’s personality and leadership have set us up for success for next season and beyond. He is a true Spartan! – Zack Farmer, Head Coach, eSports

image (97)

image (98)


Check out this summer opportunity!

DS&AI Camp Flyer_May10_2021


 

Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry – This Saturday!!! 8:30-11:00

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 5.12.21

 
Happy Birthday
Will DeLoach, Wade Slatcher
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
unnamed (29)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


image (96)

Khoa is an amazing League of Legends player. He has been consistent and has led the team in K.D.A. and C.S. all season. As our season last year was cut short, this was our first official season and Khoa helped guide the team with poise and precision. Khoa was a tremendous leader and helped pull the team together over the final few weeks. While we came up short of our goal of winning state, Khoa’s personality and leadership have set us up for success for next season and beyond. He is a true Spartan! – Zack Farmer, Head Coach, eSports

image (97)

image (98)


Check out this summer opportunity!

DS&AI Camp Flyer_May10_2021


 

 

Andrew Blaesing (Athens Academy Class of 2006) is developing an app for Middle and Upper School students designed to build financial literacy and make more informed decisions about college, managing student debt, etc.  He is conducting a preliminary survey of students in grades 5-12 and would like to include Athens Academy in his research. The survey is anonymous and voluntary.

Andrew’s Video

Survey


 

Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 5.11.21

 
Happy Birthday
Anna Kinman
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
unnamed (29)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

A special thanks to Lizzie Walker for all her fabulous planning and leadership and to Anan Shen for her teamwork and assistance in preparation for the Drama Club’s Knot Night.  Knot Night is a night of bonding.  We say good-bye to our seniors and welcome new students and rising freshmen. 
 
The following students showed courage, commitment to community, and kindness by participating in Athens Academy’s first Peer Support Project.  This group promotes kindness, supporting your friends and trying new things.  Students are Nick Xie, Jack Nasworthy, Hugh Laughlin, Will Warner, Will DeLoach, Courtney Coffeen, Elizabeth Raeber, John Arnold, Shelby Ladner, Wade Slatcher, Meg Williams, Loy Brynne Baxley, Ann Harper Covington, Mills Crosland and Emma Hooper.
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


image (96)

Khoa is an amazing League of Legends player. He has been consistent and has led the team in K.D.A. and C.S. all season. As our season last year was cut short, this was our first official season and Khoa helped guide the team with poise and precision. Khoa was a tremendous leader and helped pull the team together over the final few weeks. While we came up short of our goal of winning state, Khoa’s personality and leadership have set us up for success for next season and beyond. He is a true Spartan! – Zack Farmer, Head Coach, eSports

image (97)

image (98)


Check out this summer opportunity!

DS&AI Camp Flyer_May10_2021


The Literary Review is almost here! Copies are on track to arrive at the end of next week, so keep an eye out for them in the library. In the meantime, we are excited to announce that judge Kate Norris, author of the forthcoming novel When You and I Collide, has recognized the student writers listed below for their exemplary work.

 

Literary Review Prize Winner:  “Sweat Like a Sinner” by Jessica Ford 

Honorable Mention: “The Word” by Nina Killian 

Honorable Mention: “The Din of Silence” by Caroline Hicks 

 

Also, a HUGE thank you goes out to Clementine Acheson for her hard work revamping our design and layout. She did a fantastic job producing a beautiful publication. Last but not least, congratulations to the talented writers, artists, and editorial staff members who contributed to this year’s stellar publication. Well done!


Judiciary Board Elections

 The student-led Judiciary Board is a sub-committee of the Honor Council that hears and adjudicates cases of potential honor violations. The Judiciary Board members are selected from the students each grade level nominated to the Honor Council.

First thing on Monday, May 10, you received an emailed Judiciary Board election ballot for your class. Select up to 3 nominees who you believe would best serve your class on the Judiciary Board.

The election will close at 4:00pm on Tuesday, May 11.

Nominees not elected the Judiciary Board will serve on the Honor Council.


Andrew Blaesing (Athens Academy Class of 2006) is developing an app for Middle and Upper School students designed to build financial literacy and make more informed decisions about college, managing student debt, etc.  He is conducting a preliminary survey of students in grades 5-12 and would like to include Athens Academy in his research. The survey is anonymous and voluntary.

Andrew’s Video

Survey


 

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

 
 

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 5.10.21

 
Happy Birthday
5/8 Maddie McDonald
5/9 Harry Davis
5/10 None Today
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
unnamed (29)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

A special thanks to Lizzie Walker for all her fabulous planning and leadership and to Anan Shen for her teamwork and assistance in preparation for the Drama Club’s Knot Night.  Knot Night is a night of bonding.  We say good-bye to our seniors and welcome new students and rising freshmen. 
 
The following students showed courage, commitment to community, and kindness by participating in Athens Academy’s first Peer Support Project.  This group promotes kindness, supporting your friends and trying new things.  Students are Nick Xie, Jack Nasworthy, Hugh Laughlin, Will Warner, Will DeLoach, Courtney Coffeen, Elizabeth Raeber, John Arnold, Shelby Ladner, Wade Slatcher, Meg Williams, Loy Brynne Baxley, Ann Harper Covington, Mills Crosland and Emma Hooper.
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


image (96)

Khoa is an amazing League of Legends player. He has been consistent and has led the team in K.D.A. and C.S. all season. As our season last year was cut short, this was our first official season and Khoa helped guide the team with poise and precision. Khoa was a tremendous leader and helped pull the team together over the final few weeks. While we came up short of our goal of winning state, Khoa’s personality and leadership have set us up for success for next season and beyond. He is a true Spartan! – Zack Farmer, Head Coach, eSports

image (97)

image (98)

 

The Literary Review is almost here! Copies are on track to arrive at the end of next week, so keep an eye out for them in the library. In the meantime, we are excited to announce that judge Kate Norris, author of the forthcoming novel When You and I Collide, has recognized the student writers listed below for their exemplary work.

 

Literary Review Prize Winner:  “Sweat Like a Sinner” by Jessica Ford 

Honorable Mention: “The Word” by Nina Killian 

Honorable Mention: “The Din of Silence” by Caroline Hicks 

 

Also, a HUGE thank you goes out to Clementine Acheson for her hard work revamping our design and layout. She did a fantastic job producing a beautiful publication. Last but not least, congratulations to the talented writers, artists, and editorial staff members who contributed to this year’s stellar publication. Well done!


Judiciary Board Elections

 The student-led Judiciary Board is a sub-committee of the Honor Council that hears and adjudicates cases of potential honor violations. The Judiciary Board members are selected from the students each grade level nominated to the Honor Council.

First thing on Monday, May 10, you received an emailed Judiciary Board election ballot for your class. Select up to 3 nominees who you believe would best serve your class on the Judiciary Board.

The election will close at 4:00pm on Tuesday, May 11.

Nominees not elected the Judiciary Board will serve on the Honor Council.


Andrew Blaesing (Athens Academy Class of 2006) is developing an app for Middle and Upper School students designed to build financial literacy and make more informed decisions about college, managing student debt, etc.  He is conducting a preliminary survey of students in grades 5-12 and would like to include Athens Academy in his research. The survey is anonymous and voluntary.

Andrew’s Video

Survey


 

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

 
 

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday 5.7.21

 
 

 Maggie Edwards

 
 
quote of the week
 
image (91)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The first person ever convicted of speeding was going only 8 mph.

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

With much thought, consideration, and effort, we have created our schedule for next year. We are very
pleased with the outcome and believe that the students and families will be too. Next year, we will operate on a year-long, block schedule with days rotating A (periods 1-4) and B (periods 5-8). The first week will have three A days and two B days, and the following week will have the reverse. We will have a two-week rotation. Days will consist of four 85-90 minute classes, and the A/B rotation results in an eight-period schedule. All of this information may make it difficult to visualize, so click here so that you can see our new and improved schedule for next year. You’ll notice that every morning has a built-in time when the students should have a snack and/or break. Each week also has club time, advisory time, and seminar time. Therefore, along with a dependable rotation(Day A and Day B), we were very intentional about also allowing for non-academic time while considering a healthy flow to the day.


The Literary Review is almost here! Copies are on track to arrive at the end of next week, so keep an eye out for them in the library. In the meantime, we are excited to announce that judge Kate Norris, author of the forthcoming novel When You and I Collide, has recognized the student writers listed below for their exemplary work.

 

Literary Review Prize Winner:  “Sweat Like a Sinner” by Jessica Ford 

Honorable Mention: “The Word” by Nina Killian 

Honorable Mention: “The Din of Silence” by Caroline Hicks 

 

Also, a HUGE thank you goes out to Clementine Acheson for her hard work revamping our design and layout. She did a fantastic job producing a beautiful publication. Last but not least, congratulations to the talented writers, artists, and editorial staff members who contributed to this year’s stellar publication. Well done!


Andrew Blaesing (Athens Academy Class of 2006) is developing an app for Middle and Upper School students designed to build financial literacy and make more informed decisions about college, managing student debt, etc.  He is conducting a preliminary survey of students in grades 5-12 and would like to include Athens Academy in his research. The survey is anonymous and voluntary.

Andrew’s Video

Survey


PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


image (92)

Natalie is an incredible athlete. She has run the 4x100M relay, the 4x400M relay, the 4x800M relay, the 400M, the 800M, and the 1600M. The range of events that she excels is extraordinary. She has just been awesome in her running, her attitude, and her commitment to the team, I cannot say enough good things about Natalie! I look forward to her future in running! – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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By all measures Tom has had a very successful season. He moved to three new events in the middle of the season to help the team fill holes for the championship season. It was team first for him. Whether he found the triple jump and the 300 hurdles or they found him, he has performed beyond expectations. Tom has a bright future in these events. I salute him on behalf of the entire track and field team. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

 

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Weekly Advisory Challenge

The Math Club used this website to find many beautiful fractal images like the one you see below. You can see more examples we found here.

Challenge: Use the website linked above to find your own beautiful fractal image and email it to  mathclub@athensacademy.org. The advisory that submits the best image will receive a prize!

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

 
 

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 5.6.21

 
Happy Birthday
 

Ainsley Crean

Bowen Xue

 
 
quote of the week
 
image (91)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The first person ever convicted of speeding was going only 8 mph.

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


The Literary Review is almost here! Copies are on track to arrive at the end of next week, so keep an eye out for them in the library. In the meantime, we are excited to announce that judge Kate Norris, author of the forthcoming novel When You and I Collide, has recognized the student writers listed below for their exemplary work.

 

Literary Review Prize Winner:  “Sweat Like a Sinner” by Jessica Ford 

Honorable Mention: “The Word” by Nina Killian 

Honorable Mention: “The Din of Silence” by Caroline Hicks 

 

Also, a HUGE thank you goes out to Clementine Acheson for her hard work revamping our design and layout. She did a fantastic job producing a beautiful publication. Last but not least, congratulations to the talented writers, artists, and editorial staff members who contributed to this year’s stellar publication. Well done!


Andrew Blaesing (Athens Academy Class of 2006) is developing an app for Middle and Upper School students designed to build financial literacy and make more informed decisions about college, managing student debt, etc.  He is conducting a preliminary survey of students in grades 5-12 and would like to include Athens Academy in his research. The survey is anonymous and voluntary.

Andrew’s Video

Survey


PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


image (92)

Natalie is an incredible athlete. She has run the 4x100M relay, the 4x400M relay, the 4x800M relay, the 400M, the 800M, and the 1600M. The range of events that she excels is extraordinary. She has just been awesome in her running, her attitude, and her commitment to the team, I cannot say enough good things about Natalie! I look forward to her future in running! – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

image (93)

By all measures Tom has had a very successful season. He moved to three new events in the middle of the season to help the team fill holes for the championship season. It was team first for him. Whether he found the triple jump and the 300 hurdles or they found him, he has performed beyond expectations. Tom has a bright future in these events. I salute him on behalf of the entire track and field team. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

 

image (94)

image (95)

 

Weekly Advisory Challenge

The Math Club used this website to find many beautiful fractal images like the one you see below. You can see more examples we found here.

Challenge: Use the website linked above to find your own beautiful fractal image and email it to  mathclub@athensacademy.org. The advisory that submits the best image will receive a prize!

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

 
 

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 5.5.21

 
Happy Birthday
 

Lukas Stutz

 
 
quote of the week
 
image (91)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The first person ever convicted of speeding was going only 8 mph.

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


 

AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


 

Andrew Blaesing (Athens Academy Class of 2006) is developing an app for Middle and Upper School students designed to build financial literacy and make more informed decisions about college, managing student debt, etc.  He is conducting a preliminary survey of students in grades 5-12 and would like to include Athens Academy in his research. The survey is anonymous and voluntary.

Andrew’s Video

Survey


 

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


image (92)

Natalie is an incredible athlete. She has run the 4x100M relay, the 4x400M relay, the 4x800M relay, the 400M, the 800M, and the 1600M. The range of events that she excels is extraordinary. She has just been awesome in her running, her attitude, and her commitment to the team, I cannot say enough good things about Natalie! I look forward to her future in running! – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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By all measures Tom has had a very successful season. He moved to three new events in the middle of the season to help the team fill holes for the championship season. It was team first for him. Whether he found the triple jump and the 300 hurdles or they found him, he has performed beyond expectations. Tom has a bright future in these events. I salute him on behalf of the entire track and field team. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

 

image (94)

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Tickets for Wednesday’s Class A Private State Quarterfinal soccer matches may be purchased at GoFan or use the link below.
 
 
Go Spartans!

 

Wednesday is Jersey Day in honor of the soccer teams! First 40 students to come by the Deans office in a jersey on Wednesday will receive free admission to the soccer games. Also, any student coming to the games will receive free tacos!!!


Weekly Advisory Challenge

The Math Club used this website to find many beautiful fractal images like the one you see below. You can see more examples we found here.

Challenge: Use the website linked above to find your own beautiful fractal image and email it to  mathclub@athensacademy.org. The advisory that submits the best image will receive a prize!

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

 
 

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 5.4.21

 
Happy Birthday
 

none today

 
 
quote of the week
 
image (91)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The first person ever convicted of speeding was going only 8 mph.

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


 

AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Seniors: Remember to go to Advisory Today!


Andrew Blaesing (Athens Academy Class of 2006) is developing an app for Middle and Upper School students designed to build financial literacy and make more informed decisions about college, managing student debt, etc.  He is conducting a preliminary survey of students in grades 5-12 and would like to include Athens Academy in his research. The survey is anonymous and voluntary.

Andrew’s Video

Survey


Honor Council Nominations

 The student-led Honor Council is essential to the proper functioning of our honor system and the strength of our school community. In order to create an Honor Council that is representative of and has the support of the student body, the process for selecting candidates relies on nominations from the members of the class.

First thing on Monday, May 3, you received an emailed Honor Council nomination ballot for your class. Select up to 6 people who you believe possess honor, morality, and integrity, and who have the strength of character to uphold the honor code and act as role models, even in difficult circumstances.

Nominations will close at 4:00pm on Tuesday, May 4…..TODAY!

The election of the members of the Judiciary Board will take place next week.


PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


image (92)

Natalie is an incredible athlete. She has run the 4x100M relay, the 4x400M relay, the 4x800M relay, the 400M, the 800M, and the 1600M. The range of events that she excels is extraordinary. She has just been awesome in her running, her attitude, and her commitment to the team, I cannot say enough good things about Natalie! I look forward to her future in running! – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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By all measures Tom has had a very successful season. He moved to three new events in the middle of the season to help the team fill holes for the championship season. It was team first for him. Whether he found the triple jump and the 300 hurdles or they found him, he has performed beyond expectations. Tom has a bright future in these events. I salute him on behalf of the entire track and field team. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

 

image (94)

image (95)

Tickets for Wednesday’s Class A Private State Quarterfinal soccer matches may be purchased at GoFan or use the link below.
 
 
Go Spartans!

 

Wednesday is Jersey Day in honor of the soccer teams! First 40 students to come by the Deans office in a jersey on Wednesday will receive free admission to the soccer games. Also, any student coming to the games will receive free tacos!!!


Weekly Advisory Challenge

The Math Club used this website to find many beautiful fractal images like the one you see below. You can see more examples we found here.

Challenge: Use the website linked above to find your own beautiful fractal image and email it to  mathclub@athensacademy.org. The advisory that submits the best image will receive a prize!

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

 
 

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 5.3.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
5/1 Ally Buchanan
5/2 Braden Fass
5/3 James Purcell, Alex Wiggans
 
quote of the week
 
image (91)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The first person ever convicted of speeding was going only 8 mph.

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP review information


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Honor Council Nominations

 The student-led Honor Council is essential to the proper functioning of our honor system and the strength of our school community. In order to create an Honor Council that is representative of and has the support of the student body, the process for selecting candidates relies on nominations from the members of the class.

First thing on Monday, May 3, you received an emailed Honor Council nomination ballot for your class. Select up to 6 people who you believe possess honor, morality, and integrity, and who have the strength of character to uphold the honor code and act as role models, even in difficult circumstances.

Nominations will close at 4:00pm on Tuesday, May 4.

The election of the members of the Judiciary Board will take place next week.


PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


image (92)

Natalie is an incredible athlete. She has run the 4x100M relay, the 4x400M relay, the 4x800M relay, the 400M, the 800M, and the 1600M. The range of events that she excels is extraordinary. She has just been awesome in her running, her attitude, and her commitment to the team, I cannot say enough good things about Natalie! I look forward to her future in running! – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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By all measures Tom has had a very successful season. He moved to three new events in the middle of the season to help the team fill holes for the championship season. It was team first for him. Whether he found the triple jump and the 300 hurdles or they found him, he has performed beyond expectations. Tom has a bright future in these events. I salute him on behalf of the entire track and field team. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

 

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image (95)

Tickets for Wednesday’s Class A Private State Quarterfinal soccer matches may be purchased at GoFan or use the link below.
 
 
Go Spartans!

Weekly Advisory Challenge

The Math Club used this website to find many beautiful fractal images like the one you see below. You can see more examples we found here.

Challenge: Use the website linked above to find your own beautiful fractal image and email it to  mathclub@athensacademy.org. The advisory that submits the best image will receive a prize!

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

 
 

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily FriYAY 4.30.21

 
Happy Birthday
none today
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
image (86)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The Empire State Building has its own zip code.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

Congratulations to Maggie Edwards for being selected as Rotary Student of the Month! Here are the qualifications! She selected Mrs. Newland as her Rotary teacher to be recognized. Congratulations, Mrs. Newland!

The selection of a senior student should be based upon the following three  qualifications/criteria: 

1. Academic achievement (Accomplishments) 

2. Leadership (Character) 

3. Service to school and community (Growth) 

The motto of Rotary is “Service above Self”, therefore service to school and community should be the most significant of the three criteria.

IMG-2268
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP review information


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


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Cristina (aka Teeny) has had a great season on the tennis courts this year. She plays with fierce determination. Her strong work ethic and competitive nature have helped her already solid game improve immensely. Every day she hits harder and becomes a smarter and more intuitive player. It has been wonderful to watch her game progress and it will be so exciting to see what this young player will do on the courts in the future. Congratulations Cristina!! – Jami Cashin, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

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Robert is having a stellar tennis season in his junior year at Athens Academy. He is an extremely strong singles player, but when I asked him to play doubles this season, he agreed without hesitation because he is a team player, and he always wants to do what is best for the team and what will help us win. He is a dominating force at the doubles spot. He and his partner, Landrum Brown, have an impressive, undefeated 10-0 record so far this season. Robert is one of the most athletic players I have ever coached. He excels in all parts of his game, but his net play is what truly sets him apart and makes his matches so fun and exciting to watch. On top of all that, he is a hard worker, leading by example on and off the court. Congratulations Bert!! – Jami Cashin, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

Weekly Advisory Challenge

The Math Club used this website to find many beautiful fractal images like the one you see below. You can see more examples we found here.

Challenge: Use the website linked above to find your own beautiful fractal image and email it to  mathclub@athensacademy.org. The advisory that submits the best image will receive a prize!

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.


Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

TODAY during advisory time – all girls will be in PH.

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well (not mandatory though)


Here Is the meet schedule For Thursday April 29th

Field Events Schedule
10:30 AM 4×800’s  Final 
10:30 AM  Weigh In
11:00 AM  First Round  Girls:   Discus, High Jump, Triple Jump
                                       Boys: Shot Put, Long Jump
1:00 PM Second Round  Girls: Shot Put, Long Jump, Pole Vault
                                        Boys: Discus , Triple Jump, High Jump
3:00-3:15   Senior Recognition. Rob Sullivan, Khoa Le, Grant Tribble, Kavya Menke, Deion Colzie
 
3:15 PM First Call Running
3:30 1600M  Finals
4:00 400M
4:20 100M
4:50 100/110M
5:25  200M
5:45  300M
6:00 Field Events Awards
 
Schedule For Saturday May 1 
10:30 Am First Call Running Events
11:00  4×100 Relay Final
11:30 400M Final
11:45  100M Final
12:00 100/110 Hurdles Final
12:15  800M Final
12:45 200M Final
1:00 300 Hurdles Final
1:15 3200M Final
2:00  4×400 Relay Final
2:15  Awards Presentation


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 4.29.21

 
Happy Birthday
none today
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
image (86)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The Empire State Building has its own zip code.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

Congratulations to Maggie Edwards for being selected as Rotary Student of the Month! Here are the qualifications! She selected Mrs. Newland as her Rotary teacher to be recognized. Congratulations, Mrs. Newland!

The selection of a senior student should be based upon the following three  qualifications/criteria: 

1. Academic achievement (Accomplishments) 

2. Leadership (Character) 

3. Service to school and community (Growth) 

The motto of Rotary is “Service above Self”, therefore service to school and community should be the most significant of the three criteria.

IMG-2268
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP review information


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT SMOOSH THE BERRIES FROM THE PLANTS OUTSIDE OF THE SCIENCE CLASSROOMS. THE BERRY JUICE STAINS THE PAVEMENT! ALSO, (EVEN THOUGH THIS SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING), DO NOT EAT THEM – FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH!


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Cristina (aka Teeny) has had a great season on the tennis courts this year. She plays with fierce determination. Her strong work ethic and competitive nature have helped her already solid game improve immensely. Every day she hits harder and becomes a smarter and more intuitive player. It has been wonderful to watch her game progress and it will be so exciting to see what this young player will do on the courts in the future. Congratulations Cristina!! – Jami Cashin, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

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Robert is having a stellar tennis season in his junior year at Athens Academy. He is an extremely strong singles player, but when I asked him to play doubles this season, he agreed without hesitation because he is a team player, and he always wants to do what is best for the team and what will help us win. He is a dominating force at the doubles spot. He and his partner, Landrum Brown, have an impressive, undefeated 10-0 record so far this season. Robert is one of the most athletic players I have ever coached. He excels in all parts of his game, but his net play is what truly sets him apart and makes his matches so fun and exciting to watch. On top of all that, he is a hard worker, leading by example on and off the court. Congratulations Bert!! – Jami Cashin, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

Weekly Advisory Challenge

The Math Club used this website to find many beautiful fractal images like the one you see below. You can see more examples we found here.

Challenge: Use the website linked above to find your own beautiful fractal image and email it to  mathclub@athensacademy.org. The advisory that submits the best image will receive a prize!

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Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

Executive Board Elections TODAY during advisory time!

Junior Class meets in the PH!


Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

This Friday, April 30 during advisory time – all girls will be in PH

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well!


Here Is the meet schedule For Thursday April 29th

Field Events Schedule
10:30 AM 4×800’s  Final 
10:30 AM  Weigh In
11:00 AM  First Round  Girls:   Discus, High Jump, Triple Jump
                                       Boys: Shot Put, Long Jump
1:00 PM Second Round  Girls: Shot Put, Long Jump, Pole Vault
                                        Boys: Discus , Triple Jump, High Jump
3:00-3:15   Senior Recognition. Rob Sullivan, Khoa Le, Grant Tribble, Kavya Menke, Deion Colzie
 
3:15 PM First Call Running
3:30 1600M  Finals
4:00 400M
4:20 100M
4:50 100/110M
5:25  200M
5:45  300M
6:00 Field Events Awards
 
Schedule For Saturday May 1 
10:30 Am First Call Running Events
11:00  4×100 Relay Final
11:30 400M Final
11:45  100M Final
12:00 100/110 Hurdles Final
12:15  800M Final
12:45 200M Final
1:00 300 Hurdles Final
1:15 3200M Final
2:00  4×400 Relay Final
2:15  Awards Presentation

 


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 4.28.21

 
Happy Birthday
none today
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
image (86)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The Empire State Building has its own zip code.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

Congratulations to Maggie Edwards for being selected as Rotary Student of the Month! Here are the qualifications! She selected Mrs. Newland as her Rotary teacher to be recognized. Congratulations, Mrs. Newland!

The selection of a senior student should be based upon the following three  qualifications/criteria: 

1. Academic achievement (Accomplishments) 

2. Leadership (Character) 

3. Service to school and community (Growth) 

The motto of Rotary is “Service above Self”, therefore service to school and community should be the most significant of the three criteria.

IMG-2268
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP review information


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


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Cristina (aka Teeny) has had a great season on the tennis courts this year. She plays with fierce determination. Her strong work ethic and competitive nature have helped her already solid game improve immensely. Every day she hits harder and becomes a smarter and more intuitive player. It has been wonderful to watch her game progress and it will be so exciting to see what this young player will do on the courts in the future. Congratulations Cristina!! – Jami Cashin, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

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Robert is having a stellar tennis season in his junior year at Athens Academy. He is an extremely strong singles player, but when I asked him to play doubles this season, he agreed without hesitation because he is a team player, and he always wants to do what is best for the team and what will help us win. He is a dominating force at the doubles spot. He and his partner, Landrum Brown, have an impressive, undefeated 10-0 record so far this season. Robert is one of the most athletic players I have ever coached. He excels in all parts of his game, but his net play is what truly sets him apart and makes his matches so fun and exciting to watch. On top of all that, he is a hard worker, leading by example on and off the court. Congratulations Bert!! – Jami Cashin, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

Executive Board Elections this Thursday during advisory time!

Junior Class meets in the PH!


Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

This Friday, April 30 during advisory time – all girls will be in PH

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well!


Here Is the meet schedule For Thursday April 29th

Field Events Schedule
10:30 AM 4×800’s  Final 
10:30 AM  Weigh In
11:00 AM  First Round  Girls:   Discus, High Jump, Triple Jump
                                       Boys: Shot Put, Long Jump
1:00 PM Second Round  Girls: Shot Put, Long Jump, Pole Vault
                                        Boys: Discus , Triple Jump, High Jump
3:00-3:15   Senior Recognition. Rob Sullivan, Khoa Le, Grant Tribble, Kavya Menke, Deion Colzie
 
3:15 PM First Call Running
3:30 1600M  Finals
4:00 400M
4:20 100M
4:50 100/110M
5:25  200M
5:45  300M
6:00 Field Events Awards
 
Schedule For Saturday May 1 
10:30 Am First Call Running Events
11:00  4×100 Relay Final
11:30 400M Final
11:45  100M Final
12:00 100/110 Hurdles Final
12:15  800M Final
12:45 200M Final
1:00 300 Hurdles Final
1:15 3200M Final
2:00  4×400 Relay Final
2:15  Awards Presentation

 


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 4.27.21

 
Happy Birthday
McCall Manus, Parker McCleary
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
image (86)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The Empire State Building has its own zip code.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

The Athens Academy Tri-M Music Honor Society inducted 20 new members into its ranks on Thursday, April 22. Congratulations to juniors Imana Adogu and Wyatt Sears; sophomores Collin Edge, Taylor Leach, Olivia Nealy, Blake Straehla, Karan Tongia, and Ricardo Ureña; and freshmen Matt Can, Dylan Chambers, Lee Chandler, Anvesha Das, Andrew Jang, Andrew Jones, David Liu, Ryland Marley, Margalit Mauricio, Joseph Sherrier, Neela Sudhagar, and Cohen Tomlinson.
The Tri-M Music Honor Society promotes service through musical performance as well as high academic standards in all areas of study. Faculty advisors include band teacher Chris Byrd and Fine Arts Department Chair Debbie Schab. Way to go, Spartans!
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP review information


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


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Cristina (aka Teeny) has had a great season on the tennis courts this year. She plays with fierce determination. Her strong work ethic and competitive nature have helped her already solid game improve immensely. Every day she hits harder and becomes a smarter and more intuitive player. It has been wonderful to watch her game progress and it will be so exciting to see what this young player will do on the courts in the future. Congratulations Cristina!! – Jami Cashin, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

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Robert is having a stellar tennis season in his junior year at Athens Academy. He is an extremely strong singles player, but when I asked him to play doubles this season, he agreed without hesitation because he is a team player, and he always wants to do what is best for the team and what will help us win. He is a dominating force at the doubles spot. He and his partner, Landrum Brown, have an impressive, undefeated 10-0 record so far this season. Robert is one of the most athletic players I have ever coached. He excels in all parts of his game, but his net play is what truly sets him apart and makes his matches so fun and exciting to watch. On top of all that, he is a hard worker, leading by example on and off the court. Congratulations Bert!! – Jami Cashin, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754 or holly@athenshumanesociety.org

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


 

Executive Board Elections this Thursday during advisory time!

Junior Class meets in the PH!


Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

This Friday, April 30 during advisory time – all girls will be in PH

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well!


Here Is the meet schedule For Thursday April 29th

Field Events Schedule
10:30 AM 4×800’s  Final 
10:30 AM  Weigh In
11:00 AM  First Round  Girls:   Discus, High Jump, Triple Jump
                                       Boys: Shot Put, Long Jump
1:00 PM Second Round  Girls: Shot Put, Long Jump, Pole Vault
                                        Boys: Discus , Triple Jump, High Jump
3:00-3:15   Senior Recognition. Rob Sullivan, Khoa Le, Grant Tribble, Kavya Menke, Deion Colzie
 
3:15 PM First Call Running
3:30 1600M  Finals
4:00 400M
4:20 100M
4:50 100/110M
5:25  200M
5:45  300M
6:00 Field Events Awards
 
Schedule For Saturday May 1 
10:30 Am First Call Running Events
11:00  4×100 Relay Final
11:30 400M Final
11:45  100M Final
12:00 100/110 Hurdles Final
12:15  800M Final
12:45 200M Final
1:00 300 Hurdles Final
1:15 3200M Final
2:00  4×400 Relay Final
2:15  Awards Presentation

 


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday 4.23.21

 
Happy Birthday
Mae Kline
 
 
quote of the week
 
image (81)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The length of your forearm from elbow to wrist is the same length of your foot from heel to toe.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


The Drama Department’s spring production, Mythology’s Daughters shows this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm in the PH. This show was written by Mary Brooke Barber, Ann Harper Covington, Eleanor Connolly, AnAn Shen, Hilary Adams, Jessica Ford, and Moira Lockwood.  

Please take care to buy your tickets for the specific night you want to come. 


It’s time to begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections for next year! These are the five people you see on stage each Mid Morning Meeting.  These positions have certain qualifications:
 
Student Body President: Senior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Student Body Vice President: Junior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Director of Communications: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Finance: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Events: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
 
*Remember when you see “Senior” above, that is referring to our current Juniors and when you see “Junior” above, that is referring to our current Sophomores”.
 
Candidates should tell Mrs. Farmer they are running by this Friday, April 23. There will be a sign-up sheet on the Dean’s door.
Here is the Student Government Constitution – it explains Student Government in general and each roll specifically. Feel free to talk with any of this year’s officers or stop by to talk with Mrs. Farmer if you are interested and want to learn more.
 
Speeches will be given on Thursday, April 29 during advisory time. Juniors will attend in person in the PH. We will broadcast to other grades in advisory. Voting will take place after speeches are given and results will be announced after school on Friday, April 30. Class Elections will be held in the fall.

 


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ClaraJane Williams is currently chasing the school record for goals in a single season by Alexis Yoculan who scored 51 in 2004..
She has averaged almost a hat trick each game scoring 47 goals in 16 matches (going into last Friday’s match with North Oconee). She scored the game winning goals in recent matches against Lovett and Mt DeSales. She is only a sophomore but is having a career season! – Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer
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Charlie unselfishly does whatever he can in the best interest of the team.He has proven to be a positive force in leading his team to a successful season! – Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer
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Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

Friday, April 30 during advisory time – all girls will be in PH

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well!


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 4.22.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
Sam Johnson
 
quote of the week
 
image (81)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The length of your forearm from elbow to wrist is the same length of your foot from heel to toe.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

Anvesha Das, Anan Shen, Ingrid Nilsson, Jessica Ford, Eli Condie, Kathryn Nichols and Clementine Acheson showed PASSION and COURAGE when they spoke at last night’s ACAD Talks! Very impressive!!

Meg Williams, Anan Shen and Hanna McLean showed KINDNESS, TEAMWORK, and PASSION for organizing ACAD Talks last night!

Philip Doherty always shows KINDNESS, TEAMWORK, PASSION, INTEGRITY and RESPECT as he helps us in the booth ALL THE TIME!

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754

 

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


The Drama Department’s spring production, Mythology’s Daughters shows this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm in the PH. This show was written by Mary Brooke Barber, Ann Harper Covington, Eleanor Connolly, AnAn Shen, Hilary Adams, Jessica Ford, and Moira Lockwood.  

Please take care to buy your tickets for the specific night you want to come. 


It’s time to begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections for next year! These are the five people you see on stage each Mid Morning Meeting.  These positions have certain qualifications:
 
Student Body President: Senior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Student Body Vice President: Junior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Director of Communications: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Finance: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Events: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
 
*Remember when you see “Senior” above, that is referring to our current Juniors and when you see “Junior” above, that is referring to our current Sophomores”.
 
Candidates should tell Mrs. Farmer they are running by this Friday, April 23. There will be a sign-up sheet on the Dean’s door.
Here is the Student Government Constitution – it explains Student Government in general and each roll specifically. Feel free to talk with any of this year’s officers or stop by to talk with Mrs. Farmer if you are interested and want to learn more.
 
Speeches will be given on Thursday, April 29 during advisory time. Juniors will attend in person in the PH. We will broadcast to other grades in advisory. Voting will take place after speeches are given and results will be announced after school on Friday, April 30. Class Elections will be held in the fall.

 


image (82)

ClaraJane Williams is currently chasing the school record for goals in a single season by Alexis Yoculan who scored 51 in 2004..
She has averaged almost a hat trick each game scoring 47 goals in 16 matches (going into last Friday’s match with North Oconee). She scored the game winning goals in recent matches against Lovett and Mt DeSales. She is only a sophomore but is having a career season! – Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer
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Charlie unselfishly does whatever he can in the best interest of the team.He has proven to be a positive force in leading his team to a successful season! – Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer
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Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

Friday, April 30 during advisory time – all girls will be in PH

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well!


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 4.21.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
none today
 
quote of the week
 
image (81)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The length of your forearm from elbow to wrist is the same length of your foot from heel to toe.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Looking for a job?
Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!
Or how about working at the Athens Area Humane Society! AAHS is having 2 one-week summer day camps July 5th-9th & July12th-16th . One for 6-10 year olds and one for 11-13 year olds. They are looking for a few camp counselors preferably 18 years or older. This is a volunteer position. If interested please reach out to Holly Crymes at 770-356-9754


 


Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


The Drama Department’s spring production, Mythology’s Daughters shows this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm in the PH. This show was written by Mary Brooke Barber, Ann Harper Covington, Eleanor Connolly, AnAn Shen, Hilary Adams, Jessica Ford, and Moira Lockwood.  

Please take care to buy your tickets for the specific night you want to come. 


 

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ACAD Talks will be TONIGHT, April 21 at 7:30 in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall. The speakers will be Clementine Acheson, Eli Condie, Anvesha Das, Jessica Ford, Kathryn Nichols, Ingrid Nilsson, Anan Shen, and Chip Scott, and they will be speaking on a variety of topics from video games to the American justice system. To ensure physical distancing, tickets will be reserved in advance. If you are interested in attending, look for an email from Ms. Towery later this week. 


Cabaniss Lecture, Cum Laude and Honors Day

Seniors Only

This Wednesday, April 21 1:30-3:00 TODAY!

Special Dress Seniors Only

8:30-9:15 – Green Pd.

9:20-10:20 – Block 5

10:20-10:50 – Break

10:55-11:55 – Block 4

11:55-12:25 – 1st  lunch (9th and 10th grades)

12:25 – 1:25 – Block 7

11:55-12:55 – Block 7

12:55 – 1:25 – 2nd lunch (11th and 12th grades)

 

1:30 – Seniors to PH, Grades 9-11 early dismissal

 

Parking for Wednesday: Parking spots will be roped off for Senior Parents. Seniors, overflow into Junior Lot, Juniors, overflow to Sophomore Lot (please make sure you don’t park on the grass).


It’s time to begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections for next year! These are the five people you see on stage each Mid Morning Meeting.  These positions have certain qualifications:
 
Student Body President: Senior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Student Body Vice President: Junior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Director of Communications: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Finance: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Events: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
 
*Remember when you see “Senior” above, that is referring to our current Juniors and when you see “Junior” above, that is referring to our current Sophomores”.
 
Candidates should tell Mrs. Farmer they are running by this Friday, April 23. There will be a sign-up sheet on the Dean’s door.
Here is the Student Government Constitution – it explains Student Government in general and each roll specifically. Feel free to talk with any of this year’s officers or stop by to talk with Mrs. Farmer if you are interested and want to learn more.
 
Speeches will be given on Thursday, April 29 during advisory time. Juniors will attend in person in the PH. We will broadcast to other grades in advisory. Voting will take place after speeches are given and results will be announced after school on Friday, April 30. Class Elections will be held in the fall.

 


image (82)

ClaraJane Williams is currently chasing the school record for goals in a single season by Alexis Yoculan who scored 51 in 2004..
She has averaged almost a hat trick each game scoring 47 goals in 16 matches (going into last Friday’s match with North Oconee). She scored the game winning goals in recent matches against Lovett and Mt DeSales. She is only a sophomore but is having a career season! – Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer
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Charlie unselfishly does whatever he can in the best interest of the team.He has proven to be a positive force in leading his team to a successful season! – Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer
image (84)
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Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

Friday, April 30 during advisory time – all girls will be in PH

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well!


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 4.20.21

 
Happy Birthday
McKenna Friesen
 
 
quote of the week
 
image (81)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The length of your forearm from elbow to wrist is the same length of your foot from heel to toe.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Looking for a job?

Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!


Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


The Drama Department’s spring production, Mythology’s Daughters shows this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm in the PH. This show was written by Mary Brooke Barber, Ann Harper Covington, Eleanor Connolly, AnAn Shen, Hilary Adams, Jessica Ford, and Moira Lockwood.  

Please take care to buy your tickets for the specific night you want to come. 


 

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ACAD Talks will be Wednesday, April 21 at 7:30 in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall. The speakers will be Clementine Acheson, Eli Condie, Anvesha Das, Jessica Ford, Kathryn Nichols, Ingrid Nilsson, Anan Shen, and Chip Scott, and they will be speaking on a variety of topics from video games to the American justice system. To ensure physical distancing, tickets will be reserved in advance. If you are interested in attending, look for an email from Ms. Towery later this week. 


Cabaniss Lecture, Cum Laude and Honors Day

Seniors Only

This Wednesday, April 21 1:30-3:00 – tomorrow!

Special Dress Seniors Only

8:30-9:15 – Green Pd.

9:20-10:20 – Block 5

10:20-10:50 – Break

10:55-11:55 – Block 4

11:55-12:25 – 1st  lunch (9th and 10th grades)

12:25 – 1:25 – Block 7

11:55-12:55 – Block 7

12:55 – 1:25 – 2nd lunch (11th and 12th grades)

 

1:30 – Seniors to PH, Grades 9-11 early dismissal

 

Parking for Wednesday: Parking spots will be roped off for Senior Parents. Seniors, overflow into Junior Lot, Juniors, overflow to Sophomore Lot (please make sure you don’t park on the grass).

 


It’s time to begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections for next year! These are the five people you see on stage each Mid Morning Meeting.  These positions have certain qualifications:
 
Student Body President: Senior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Student Body Vice President: Junior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Director of Communications: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Finance: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Events: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
 
*Remember when you see “Senior” above, that is referring to our current Juniors and when you see “Junior” above, that is referring to our current Sophomores”.
 
Candidates should tell Mrs. Farmer they are running by this Friday, April 23. There will be a sign-up sheet on the Dean’s door.
Here is the Student Government Constitution – it explains Student Government in general and each roll specifically. Feel free to talk with any of this year’s officers or stop by to talk with Mrs. Farmer if you are interested and want to learn more.
 
Speeches will be given on Thursday, April 29 during advisory time. Juniors will attend in person in the PH. We will broadcast to other grades in advisory. Voting will take place after speeches are given and results will be announced after school on Friday, April 30. Class Elections will be held in the fall.

 


image (82)

ClaraJane Williams is currently chasing the school record for goals in a single season by Alexis Yoculan who scored 51 in 2004..
She has averaged almost a hat trick each game scoring 47 goals in 16 matches (going into last Friday’s match with North Oconee). She scored the game winning goals in recent matches against Lovett and Mt DeSales. She is only a sophomore but is having a career season! – Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer
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Charlie unselfishly does whatever he can in the best interest of the team.He has proven to be a positive force in leading his team to a successful season! – Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer
image (84)
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Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

Friday, April 30 during advisory time – all girls will be in PH

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well!


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 4.19.21

 
Happy Birthday
Yesterday: Dylan Chambers
Today: Anvesha Das
 
 
quote of the week
 
image (81)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

The length of your forearm from elbow to wrist is the same length of your foot from heel to toe.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Looking for a job?

Check out this Job Fair at The Classic Center on May 5!


Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

Athens Academy is offering ACT and SAT test prep workshops on campus this June.  Don’t miss your chance to gain confidence and improve your scores on one or both of these tests–all in a familiar environment!
 
June 7-11: ACT (Verbal from 10-12 and Math from 1-3)–just in time for the June 12 national test date
June 21-25: SAT (Math from 10-12 and Verbal from 1-3)
 
Click here to sign up, or contact Mr. Cuneo if you have any questions.

 


The Drama Department’s spring production, Mythology’s Daughters shows this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm in the PH. This show was written by Mary Brooke Barber, Ann Harper Covington, Eleanor Connolly, AnAn Shen, Hilary Adams, Jessica Ford, and Moira Lockwood.  

Please take care to buy your tickets for the specific night you want to come. 


 

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ACAD Talks will be Wednesday, April 21 at 7:30 in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall. The speakers will be Clementine Acheson, Eli Condie, Anvesha Das, Jessica Ford, Kathryn Nichols, Ingrid Nilsson, Anan Shen, and Chip Scott, and they will be speaking on a variety of topics from video games to the American justice system. To ensure physical distancing, tickets will be reserved in advance. If you are interested in attending, look for an email from Ms. Towery later this week. 


Cabaniss Lecture, Cum Laude and Honors Day

Seniors Only

This Wednesday, April 21 1:30-3:20

Special Dress Seniors Only

Cum Laude/Honors Day (Wednesday, April 21)

8:30-9:15 – Green Pd.

9:20-10:20 – Block 5

10:20-10:50 – Break

10:55-11:55 – Block 4

11:55-12:25 – 1st  lunch (9th and 10th grades)

12:25 – 1:25 – Block 7

11:55-12:55 – Block 7

12:55 – 1:25 – 2nd lunch (11th and 12th grades)

 

1:30 – Seniors to PH, Grades 9-11 early dismissal

 

Parking for Wednesday: Parking spots will be roped off for Senior Parents. Seniors, overflow into Junior Lot, Juniors, overflow to Sophomore Lot (please make sure you don’t park on the grass).


HOPE/Zell Miller info for seniors


It’s time to begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections for next year! These are the five people you see on stage each Mid Morning Meeting.  These positions have certain qualifications:
 
Student Body President: Senior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Student Body Vice President: Junior who has served on Student Government for at least one year.
Director of Communications: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Finance: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
Director of Events: Senior or Junior who has served as a leader in our community.
 
*Remember when you see “Senior” above, that is referring to our current Juniors and when you see “Junior” above, that is referring to our current Sophomores”.
 
Candidates should tell Mrs. Farmer they are running by this Friday, April 23. There will be a sign-up sheet on the Dean’s door.
Here is the Student Government Constitution – it explains Student Government in general and each roll specifically. Feel free to talk with any of this year’s officers or stop by to talk with Mrs. Farmer if you are interested and want to learn more.
 
Speeches will be given on Thursday, April 29 during advisory time. Juniors will attend in person in the PH. We will broadcast to other grades in advisory. Voting will take place after speeches are given and results will be announced after school on Friday, April 30. Class Elections will be held in the fall.

Spartan Sisters Guest Speaker: Suzanne Yoculan

Friday, April 30 during advisory time

Seniors, we’d love for you to join as well!


Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday 4.16.21

 
Happy Birthday
Taylor Leach, John Manuel Newland, Ingrid Nilsson
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
image (77)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

It takes 364 licks to get to the center of a tootsie pop.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


The Drama Department’s spring production, Mythology’s Daughters shows next Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm in the PH. This show was written by Mary Brooke Barber, Ann Harper Covington, Eleanor Connolly, AnAn Shen, Hilary Adams, Jessica Ford, and Moira Lockwood.  

Please take care to buy your tickets for the specific night you want to come. 


Guess what? The April issue of the Spartan Review is out!! This issue includes an overview of the AP Gov class’s interview with Justice Barrett and so much more. Ingrid Nilsson and Imana Adogu’s article on teenage mental health was also republished by The Oconee Enterprise last week!  Be sure to check it out here: https://www.acadspartanreview.com/

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ACAD Talks will be Wednesday, April 21 at 7:30 in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall. The speakers will be Clementine Acheson, Eli Condie, Anvesha Das, Jessica Ford, Kathryn Nichols, Ingrid Nilsson, Anan Shen, and Chip Scott, and they will be speaking on a variety of topics from video games to the American justice system. To ensure physical distancing, tickets will be reserved in advance. If you are interested in attending, look for an email from Ms. Towery later this week. 


Cabaniss Lecture, Cum Laude and Honors Day

Seniors Only

Wednesday, April 21 1:30-3:20

Special Dress Seniors

Cum Laude/Honors Day (Wednesday, April 21)

8:30-9:15 – Green Pd.

9:20-10:20 – Block 5

10:20-10:50 – Break

10:55-11:55 – Block 4

11:55-12:25 – 1st  lunch (9th and 10th grades)

12:25 – 1:25 – Block 7

11:55-12:55 – Block 7

12:55 – 1:25 – 2nd lunch (11th and 12th grades)

 

1:30 – Seniors to PH, Grades 9-11 early dismissal


HOPE/Zell Miller info for seniors

 

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Congratulations to senior John Ferguson for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK
John led the offensive charge for the Spartans series sweep of Loganville Christian. He had six hits, four runs scored and three RBI in the series. John is respected for his ability and his unceasing commitment to his teammates. He epitomizes the Athens Academy motto of Excellence with Honor with his tremendous leadership and work ethic. We are very proud of John and we have thoroughly enjoyed working with him!” – Casey Kane, Head Coach, Varsity Baseball

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Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 4.15.21

 
Happy Birthday
none today
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
image (77)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

It takes 364 licks to get to the center of a tootsie pop.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


The Drama Department’s spring production, Mythology’s Daughters shows next Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm in the PH. This show was written by Mary Brooke Barber, Ann Harper Covington, Eleanor Connolly, AnAn Shen, Hilary Adams, Jessica Ford, and Moira Lockwood.  

Please take care to buy your tickets for the specific night you want to come. 


Guess what? The April issue of the Spartan Review is out!! This issue includes an overview of the AP Gov class’s interview with Justice Barrett and so much more. Ingrid Nilsson and Imana Adogu’s article on teenage mental health was also republished by The Oconee Enterprise last week!  Be sure to check it out here: https://www.acadspartanreview.com/

IMG_0360


 

 

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ACAD Talks will be Wednesday, April 21 at 7:30 in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall. The speakers will be Clementine Acheson, Eli Condie, Anvesha Das, Jessica Ford, Kathryn Nichols, Ingrid Nilsson, Anan Shen, and Chip Scott, and they will be speaking on a variety of topics from video games to the American justice system. To ensure physical distancing, tickets will be reserved in advance. If you are interested in attending, look for an email from Ms. Towery later this week. 


Cabaniss Lecture, Cum Laude and Honors Day

Seniors Only

Wednesday, April 21 1:30-3:20

Special Dress Seniors


HOPE/Zell Miller info for seniors

 

image (78)

Congratulations to senior John Ferguson for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK
John led the offensive charge for the Spartans series sweep of Loganville Christian. He had six hits, four runs scored and three RBI in the series. John is respected for his ability and his unceasing commitment to his teammates. He epitomizes the Athens Academy motto of Excellence with Honor with his tremendous leadership and work ethic. We are very proud of John and we have thoroughly enjoyed working with him!” – Casey Kane, Head Coach, Varsity Baseball

image (79)

image (80)

Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
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Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


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HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 4.14.21

 
Happy Birthday
John Wolfe McLean
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
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Maggie’s Moment

It takes 364 licks to get to the center of a tootsie pop.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Guess what? The April issue of the Spartan Review is out!! This issue includes an overview of the AP Gov class’s interview with Justice Barrett and so much more. Ingrid Nilsson and Imana Adogu’s article on teenage mental health was also republished by The Oconee Enterprise last week!  Be sure to check it out here: https://www.acadspartanreview.com/

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ACAD Talks will be Wednesday, April 21 at 7:30 in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall. The speakers will be Clementine Acheson, Eli Condie, Anvesha Das, Jessica Ford, Kathryn Nichols, Ingrid Nilsson, Anan Shen, and Chip Scott, and they will be speaking on a variety of topics from video games to the American justice system. To ensure physical distancing, tickets will be reserved in advance. If you are interested in attending, look for an email from Ms. Towery later this week. 


Cabaniss Lecture, Cum Laude and Honors Day

Seniors Only

Wednesday, April 21 1:30-3:20

Special Dress Seniors


HOPE/Zell Miller info for seniors

 

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Congratulations to senior John Ferguson for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK
John led the offensive charge for the Spartans series sweep of Loganville Christian. He had six hits, four runs scored and three RBI in the series. John is respected for his ability and his unceasing commitment to his teammates. He epitomizes the Athens Academy motto of Excellence with Honor with his tremendous leadership and work ethic. We are very proud of John and we have thoroughly enjoyed working with him!” – Casey Kane, Head Coach, Varsity Baseball

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Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
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Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


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HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 4.12.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
Kathryn Nichols, Clark O’Neill, Ricardo Urena
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
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Maggie’s Moment

It takes 364 licks to get to the center of a tootsie pop.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Guess what? The April issue of the Spartan Review is out!! This issue includes an overview of the AP Gov class’s interview with Justice Barrett and so much more. Ingrid Nilsson and Imana Adogu’s article on teenage mental health was also republished by The Oconee Enterprise last week!  Be sure to check it out here: https://www.acadspartanreview.com/

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Reminder…

You may NOT order food and have it delivered to you from off campus


Are you interested in Building Yourself to Build a Better Community?

Check this out!

Please e-mail Mrs. Farmer by the end of the day TODAY if you would like to participate. Thank you!


Don’t forget: If you would like to participate in the Student Leadership Meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, email Mrs. Farmer by lunch today. Thank you!


Seniors

Don’t forget your Tuesday Class Meetings are important and mandatory! See you tomorrow in the PH!


 

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Congratulations to senior John Ferguson for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK
John led the offensive charge for the Spartans series sweep of Loganville Christian. He had six hits, four runs scored and three RBI in the series. John is respected for his ability and his unceasing commitment to his teammates. He epitomizes the Athens Academy motto of Excellence with Honor with his tremendous leadership and work ethic. We are very proud of John and we have thoroughly enjoyed working with him!” – Casey Kane, Head Coach, Varsity Baseball

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Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
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Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


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Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, 4.9.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
none today
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Maggie’s Moment

You might be drinking water that is older than the solar system.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


 

 

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Ally continues to improve each tournament and recently finished with an 81 at Atlanta Country Club. She has her career low scoring average on the season and recently finished in second place at the Vicki GoetzeAckerman Invitational and placed in the top 10 at Lane Creek with an 81. Great job Ally!!” – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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James is off to a strong start this season. He is our leading senior in scoring average and had a great finish at UGA with an 82. We look forward to strong second half of the season from James and appreciate his work on the course.” – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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Are you interested in Building Yourself to Build a Better Community?

Check this out!


Don’t forget: If you would like to participate in the Student Leadership Meeting next Tuesday morning, email Mrs. Farmer by the end of the day today. Thank you!


Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, 4.8.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
Davis McLahanan
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Maggie’s Moment

You might be drinking water that is older than the solar system.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


 

This week’s schedule

Thursday, April 8 –  Thursday Schedule (World Language Society Induction at 10:40, but no altered schedule – inductees miss last part of pd. 4 and the first part of pd. 7)

Friday, April 9 – Friday Schedule


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Ally continues to improve each tournament and recently finished with an 81 at Atlanta Country Club. She has her career low scoring average on the season and recently finished in second place at the Vicki GoetzeAckerman Invitational and placed in the top 10 at Lane Creek with an 81. Great job Ally!!” – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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James is off to a strong start this season. He is our leading senior in scoring average and had a great finish at UGA with an 82. We look forward to strong second half of the season from James and appreciate his work on the course.” – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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Are you interested in Building Yourself to Build a Better Community?
Check this out!

Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, 4.7.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
none today
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Maggie’s Moment

You might be drinking water that is older than the solar system.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

A giant shout out to the 10 following students: Jessica Ford, Sara Mack Lowe, Wade Slatcher, Courtney Coffeen, Elizabeth Raeber, Lizzie Walker, Alexis Keeney, Evan George, Lexi Sennowitz, and Anan Shen.  These Spartans showed teamwork and passion by spending part of their Monday Holiday cleaning the backstage area and working on the set for the spring production. They were a tremendous help to Ms. T!  

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


 

This week’s schedule

Wednesday, April 7 – Wednesday Schedule (No school for seniors – Six Flags)

Thursday, April 8 –  Thursday Schedule (World Language Society Induction at 10:40, but no altered schedule – inductees miss last part of pd. 4 and the first part of pd. 7)

Friday, April 9 – Friday Schedule


This year’s Mock Trial competition was quite different than in previous years due to COVID restrictions, with only 99 schools–a fraction of the usual number—even competing. The competition was held completely virtually, with no district or region boundaries; instead, teams from around the state played in a tournament style, advancing through the rounds by winning their cases. Athens Academy’s team lasted through the first six rounds, making it to the top 64 but not advancing to the round of 32.  The team picked up eight awards:
  • Senior Katherine Woody won Outstanding Attorney in three different rounds.
  • Junior Sara Mack Lowe won one Outstanding Attorney award.
  • Sophomore Collin Edge and senior Jessica Ford each won two awards for Outstanding Witness.
In addition, four seniors were recognized for competing in Mock Trial all four years: Sarah Collins, Daniel Fern, Jessica Ford, and Katherine Woody. Way to go, Spartans!

 


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Ally continues to improve each tournament and recently finished with an 81 at Atlanta Country Club. She has her career low scoring average on the season and recently finished in second place at the Vicki GoetzeAckerman Invitational and placed in the top 10 at Lane Creek with an 81. Great job Ally!!” – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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James is off to a strong start this season. He is our leading senior in scoring average and had a great finish at UGA with an 82. We look forward to strong second half of the season from James and appreciate his work on the course.” – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022

Upcoming college visits – all visits take place virtually from 12:55-1:30 (except where noted – links are in college names). 

The first NACAC Virtual College Fair of the year is Sunday, January 31 from 1-7 p.m. ET. More than 500 colleges and universities will present more than 1,500 Zoom sessions.  Students can register for free at virtualcollegefairs.org.


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, 4.6.21

 
Happy Birthday
4/4 Kate Garth, Ella Peters, Mimi Presswood
4/5 A.J. Chambers, Miles Pringle
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
unnamed (28)
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

You might be drinking water that is older than the solar system.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

Mary Goggin showed KINDNESS and PASSION when she went out of her way to deliver the “Thank You” banner made by the Home Learner Service Group and Drama Club to St. Mary’s Hospital.  

 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


 

This week’s schedule

Tuesday, April 6 – Tuesday Schedule

Wednesday, April 7 – Wednesday Schedule (No school for seniors – Six Flags)

Thursday, April 8 –  Thursday Schedule (World Language Society Induction at 10:40, but no altered schedule – inductees miss last part of pd. 4 and the first part of pd. 7)

Friday, April 9 – Friday Schedule

 


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Ally continues to improve each tournament and recently finished with an 81 at Atlanta Country Club. She has her career low scoring average on the season and recently finished in second place at the Vicki GoetzeAckerman Invitational and placed in the top 10 at Lane Creek with an 81. Great job Ally!!” – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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James is off to a strong start this season. He is our leading senior in scoring average and had a great finish at UGA with an 82. We look forward to strong second half of the season from James and appreciate his work on the course.” – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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Tonight is Soccer Senior Night! 
 
Congratulations to the varsity soccer teams for winning the Region Championships! The boys won their 6th consecutive title while the girls won their 7th consecutive title! Quite impressive!

Need Help With Math?

Try Peer Tutoring!

Volunteer peer tutors are excited to help you understand concepts from class, figure out homework problems, prepare for a quiz or test, and improve your understanding. Benefits:

  • One-on-one / small-group help from a friendly and knowledgeable peer
  • Support for any class (Algebra 1 to AP Calculus BC)
  • In-person and online options available

Don’t forget you must sign in and out even if you have parent permission to leave! You will serve detention if you forget. We need to know if you are on campus. Thank you!!!


If you need the links to the at-home or return request forms, please email Ms. Rorey: trorey@athensacademy.org. Remember that you should expect to wait 24 hours before you are approved by the school. Therefore, do not submit the request late in the evening or early in the morning and assume that you will immediately have permission to attend online or return to school. Thank you!


 

Please help us stay healthy so we can continue to be together!

4

 
 
 
Thank you so much for being diligent about wearing your masks! A few of you are still having trouble and for clarification, here is the process for you:
 
1. A faculty member will give you a warning.
2. After the warning, that faculty member will infract you and you will serve detention. This will be communicated to your parents as well.
3. After you serve detention, if another infraction occurs, you, your advisor, and your parents will meet with Mrs. Zalac and there will be escalated consequences.
 

 
images
 
Clubs meet Wednesdays 9:15-9:45! Look out for an email from your club leaders!

 


images
 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022

Upcoming college visits – all visits take place virtually from 12:55-1:30 (except where noted – links are in college names). 

The first NACAC Virtual College Fair of the year is Sunday, January 31 from 1-7 p.m. ET. More than 500 colleges and universities will present more than 1,500 Zoom sessions.  Students can register for free at virtualcollegefairs.org.


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily FriYAY, 4.2.21

 
Happy Birthday
Seager Hunt, Callie Walton
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Maggie’s Moment

There’s a species of jellyfish that is immortal. 


Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT