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The ACAD Daily Friday, Aug. 19

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Friday – B Week, B Day: Special Schedule Today for Honor Council Assembly! See Below!

8:10 – 9:25 Block 5  (75 minutes)

9:30 – 10:30 Honor Assembly

10:30 – 10:40 BREAK

10:40 – 11:55 Block 6  (75 minutes)

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7  (back to normal schedule)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 8  (back to normal schedule)


Click HERE to see our A/B rotation schedule!


Special Dress Day for Honor Signing this Friday!

Ties, dress shirts, and dress pants are required for boys.

Professional-length skirts, dresses or slacks, and blouses are required for girls; length should be mid-thigh or longer.


Senior College Night: Monday, August 22 7:00-8:00 PH

Seniors and a parent need to attend


Please be in Dress Code. 

If you need a reminder, clickhere!


 

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We are looking for someone to operate the clock for our 5th and 6th football games. It’s easy, convenient, you’ll be cheering on little Spartans AND you’ll make money! Please email Coach Petroski if you are interested!.


Happy Birthday

ClaraJane Williams Saturday June 4

Ben Shar Saturday June 4

Sydney Elrod Monday June 6

Jamari Welch Monday June 6

Rachel Wicker Monday June 6

Leo Gabara Tuesday June 7

Ella Dillon Thursday June 9

Gio Newsome Friday June 10

Lilly Manoll Friday June 10

Bo Manoll Friday June 10

Ryland Marley Saturday June 11

Sofia Dean Saturday June 11

Dr. Turney Saturday June 11

Parker Willimon Sunday June 12

Ms. Terry Monday June 13

Thomas Collins Tuesday June 14

Ben Kesterson Wednesday June 15

Mr. Bolson Wednesday June 15

Jimmy Humphries Friday June 17

Mark Tribble Friday June 17

Josie Sears Friday June 17

Molly Smith Saturday June 18

Charlie Sanderlin Sunday June 19

Tristan Puckett Monday June 20

Jane Frierson Tuesday June 21

Emi Waldron Wednesday June 22

Safi Uddin Thursday June 23

Jack Abernathy Friday June 24

Rodrigo Vega Saturday June 25

Courtney Coffeen Saturday June 25

Ella Pulliam Monday June 27

Mr. Raymond Monday June 27

Mr. Sutherland Monday June 27

Andrew Hill Tuesday June 28

Emmeline Land Thurday June 30

Penn Davis Thursday June 30

William McKillip Saturday July 2

Mikaella Murph Saturday July 2

Kate Farmer Sunday July 3

Ms. Sensing Monday July 4

Alex Hollenbeck Wednesday July 6

Hayden Webb Wednesday July 6

Mrs. Chester Saturday July 9

Will Wieczorek Sunday July 10

Adam Lefkowitz Monday July 11

Tom Hollingsworth Thursday July 14

Madeline Ransom Friday July 15

William Murphy Friday July 15

Camp Kinsler Saturday July 16

Robert Beckum Sunday July 17

William Beckum Sunday July 17

Brooke Farmer Sunday July 17

Adelaide Ellis Monday July 18

Brad DeMent Tuesday July 19

Westbrook Adams Wednesday July 20

Parker Middleton Wednesday July 20

Josh Coven Wednesday July 20

Sean Lopez Wednesday July 20

Maxwell Bracewell Thursday July 21

Mr. Hurlburt Thursday July 21

Ms. Towery Thursday July 21

Mrs. Stutsman Friday July 22

Joshua Xie Sunday July 24

Nishil Patel Monday July 25

Will Hines Tuesday July 26

Connor Xie Wednesday July 27

Dr. Reid Tursday July 28

Moussa Alserafei Saturday July 30

Andrew Jones Saturday July 30

Coach Nelson Monday Augest 1

Krish Chawla Tuesday August 2

Brinkley Williams Tuesday August 2

Franklin Williams Tuesday August 2

Walter Hequembourg Tuesday August 2

Coach Booze Tuesday August 2

Mrs. Ward Wednesday August 3

George Barkley Friday August 5

Alli Kerr Sunday August 7

Taylor Ray-Bush Sunday August 7

Millie McLanahan Monday August 8

Charlie Vaughn Wednesday August 10

Luke De La Fuente Friday August 12

Mrs. Street Friday August 12

Noah Smith Saturday August 13

Bailey McCurdy Sunday August 14

Aidan Serna Monday August 15

Luke Kelly Monday August 15

William Parker Wednesday August 17

India Sheats Friday August 19

Bay Williams Friday August 19

Caroline Woody Saturday August 20

Mrs. Luzardo Saturday August 20

Jack Mullen Sunday August 21


 

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The ACAD Daily Thursday, Aug. 18

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Anouncements


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Thursday – B Week, A Day – 9:45 Meet in the PH for our 1st All School Meeting!

Friday – B Week, B Day: Special Schedule Today for Honor Council Assembly! See Below!

8:10 – 9:25 Block 5  (75 minutes)

9:30 – 10:30 Honor Assembly

10:30 – 10:40 BREAK

10:40 – 11:55 Block 6  (75 minutes)

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7  (back to normal schedule)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 8  (back to normal schedule)


Click HERE to see our A/B rotation schedule!


Special Dress Day for Honor Signing this Friday!

Ties, dress shirts, and dress pants are required for boys.

Professional-length skirts, dresses or slacks, and blouses are required for girls; length should be mid-thigh or longer.

Dress shoes are required


Senior College Night: Monday, August 22 7:00-8:00 PH


Please be in Dress Code. 

If you need a reminder, clickhere!


 

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We are looking for someone to operate the clock for our 5th and 6th football games. It’s easy, convenient, you’ll be cheering on little Spartans AND you’ll make money! Please email Coach Petroski if you are interested!


You get your yearbooks tomorrow in advisory after we meet in the PH.


Happy Birthday

ClaraJane Williams Saturday June 4

Ben Shar Saturday June 4

Sydney Elrod Monday June 6

Jamari Welch Monday June 6

Rachel Wicker Monday June 6

Leo Gabara Tuesday June 7

Ella Dillon Thursday June 9

Gio Newsome Friday June 10

Lilly Manoll Friday June 10

Bo Manoll Friday June 10

Ryland Marley Saturday June 11

Sofia Dean Saturday June 11

Dr. Turney Saturday June 11

Parker Willimon Sunday June 12

Ms. Terry Monday June 13

Thomas Collins Tuesday June 14

Ben Kesterson Wednesday June 15

Mr. Bolson Wednesday June 15

Jimmy Humphries Friday June 17

Mark Tribble Friday June 17

Josie Sears Friday June 17

Molly Smith Saturday June 18

Charlie Sanderlin Sunday June 19

Tristan Puckett Monday June 20

Jane Frierson Tuesday June 21

Emi Waldron Wednesday June 22

Safi Uddin Thursday June 23

Jack Abernathy Friday June 24

Rodrigo Vega Saturday June 25

Courtney Coffeen Saturday June 25

Ella Pulliam Monday June 27

Mr. Raymond Monday June 27

Mr. Sutherland Monday June 27

Andrew Hill Tuesday June 28

Emmeline Land Thurday June 30

Penn Davis Thursday June 30

William McKillip Saturday July 2

Mikaella Murph Saturday July 2

Kate Farmer Sunday July 3

Ms. Sensing Monday July 4

Alex Hollenbeck Wednesday July 6

Hayden Webb Wednesday July 6

Mrs. Chester Saturday July 9

Will Wieczorek Sunday July 10

Adam Lefkowitz Monday July 11

Tom Hollingsworth Thursday July 14

Madeline Ransom Friday July 15

William Murphy Friday July 15

Camp Kinsler Saturday July 16

Robert Beckum Sunday July 17

William Beckum Sunday July 17

Brooke Farmer Sunday July 17

Adelaide Ellis Monday July 18

Brad DeMent Tuesday July 19

Westbrook Adams Wednesday July 20

Parker Middleton Wednesday July 20

Josh Coven Wednesday July 20

Sean Lopez Wednesday July 20

Maxwell Bracewell Thursday July 21

Mr. Hurlburt Thursday July 21

Ms. Towery Thursday July 21

Mrs. Stutsman Friday July 22

Joshua Xie Sunday July 24

Nishil Patel Monday July 25

Will Hines Tuesday July 26

Connor Xie Wednesday July 27

Dr. Reid Tursday July 28

Moussa Alserafei Saturday July 30

Andrew Jones Saturday July 30

Coach Nelson Monday Augest 1

Krish Chawla Tuesday August 2

Brinkley Williams Tuesday August 2

Franklin Williams Tuesday August 2

Walter Hequembourg Tuesday August 2

Coach Booze Tuesday August 2

Mrs. Ward Wednesday August 3

George Barkley Friday August 5

Alli Kerr Sunday August 7

Taylor Ray-Bush Sunday August 7

Millie McLanahan Monday August 8

Charlie Vaughn Wednesday August 10

Luke De La Fuente Friday August 12

Mrs. Street Friday August 12

Noah Smith Saturday August 13

Bailey McCurdy Sunday August 14

Aidan Serna Monday August 15

Luke Kelly Monday August 15

William Parker Wednesday August 17

India Sheats Friday August 19

Bay Williams Friday August 19

Caroline Woody Saturday August 20

Mrs. Luzardo Saturday August 20

Jack Mullen Sunday August 21


 

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The ACAD Daily Wednesday, Aug. 17

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Anouncements


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Wednesday – B Week, B Day – We do have a late start today! Be in your pd. 8 class by 8:45!

Thursday – B Week, A Day – 9:45 Meet in the PH for our 1st All School Meeting!

Friday – B Week, B Day: Special Schedule Today for Honor Council Assembly! See Below!

8:10 – 9:25 Block 5  (75 minutes)

9:30 – 10:30 Honor Assembly

10:30 – 10:40 BREAK

10:40 – 11:55 Block 6  (75 minutes)

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7  (back to normal schedule)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 8  (back to normal schedule)


Click HERE to see our A/B rotation schedule!


Special Dress Day for Honor Signing this Friday!

Ties, dress shirts, and dress pants are required for boys.

Professional-length skirts, dresses or slacks, and blouses are required for girls; length should be mid-thigh or longer.

Dress shoes are required (athletic shoes are not permitted).


 

Senior College Night: August 22 7:00-8:00 PH


Please be in Dress Code. 

If you need a reminder, clickhere!


No food or drink (except water) in classrooms or in common spaces.

Please eat outside or in the TC during your lunch time.


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We are looking for someone to operate the clock for our 5th and 6th football games. It’s easy, convenient, you’ll be cheering on little Spartans AND you’ll make money! Please email Coach Petroski if you are interested!

 


Happy Birthday

ClaraJane Williams Saturday June 4

Ben Shar Saturday June 4

Sydney Elrod Monday June 6

Jamari Welch Monday June 6

Rachel Wicker Monday June 6

Leo Gabara Tuesday June 7

Ella Dillon Thursday June 9

Gio Newsome Friday June 10

Lilly Manoll Friday June 10

Bo Manoll Friday June 10

Ryland Marley Saturday June 11

Sofia Dean Saturday June 11

Dr. Turney Saturday June 11

Parker Willimon Sunday June 12

Ms. Terry Monday June 13

Thomas Collins Tuesday June 14

Ben Kesterson Wednesday June 15

Mr. Bolson Wednesday June 15

Jimmy Humphries Friday June 17

Mark Tribble Friday June 17

Josie Sears Friday June 17

Molly Smith Saturday June 18

Charlie Sanderlin Sunday June 19

Tristan Puckett Monday June 20

Jane Frierson Tuesday June 21

Emi Waldron Wednesday June 22

Safi Uddin Thursday June 23

Jack Abernathy Friday June 24

Rodrigo Vega Saturday June 25

Courtney Coffeen Saturday June 25

Ella Pulliam Monday June 27

Mr. Raymond Monday June 27

Mr. Sutherland Monday June 27

Andrew Hill Tuesday June 28

Emmeline Land Thurday June 30

Penn Davis Thursday June 30

William McKillip Saturday July 2

Mikaella Murph Saturday July 2

Kate Farmer Sunday July 3

Ms. Sensing Monday July 4

Alex Hollenbeck Wednesday July 6

Hayden Webb Wednesday July 6

Mrs. Chester Saturday July 9

Will Wieczorek Sunday July 10

Adam Lefkowitz Monday July 11

Tom Hollingsworth Thursday July 14

Madeline Ransom Friday July 15

William Murphy Friday July 15

Camp Kinsler Saturday July 16

Robert Beckum Sunday July 17

William Beckum Sunday July 17

Brooke Farmer Sunday July 17

Adelaide Ellis Monday July 18

Brad DeMent Tuesday July 19

Westbrook Adams Wednesday July 20

Parker Middleton Wednesday July 20

Josh Coven Wednesday July 20

Sean Lopez Wednesday July 20

Maxwell Bracewell Thursday July 21

Mr. Hurlburt Thursday July 21

Ms. Towery Thursday July 21

Mrs. Stutsman Friday July 22

Joshua Xie Sunday July 24

Nishil Patel Monday July 25

Will Hines Tuesday July 26

Connor Xie Wednesday July 27

Dr. Reid Tursday July 28

Moussa Alserafei Saturday July 30

Andrew Jones Saturday July 30

Coach Nelson Monday Augest 1

Krish Chawla Tuesday August 2

Brinkley Williams Tuesday August 2

Franklin Williams Tuesday August 2

Walter Hequembourg Tuesday August 2

Coach Booze Tuesday August 2

Mrs. Ward Wednesday August 3

George Barkley Friday August 5

Alli Kerr Sunday August 7

Taylor Ray-Bush Sunday August 7

Millie McLanahan Monday August 8

Charlie Vaughn Wednesday August 10

Luke De La Fuente Friday August 12

Mrs. Street Friday August 12

Noah Smith Saturday August 13

Bailey McCurdy Sunday August 14

Aidan Serna Monday August 15

Luke Kelly Monday August 15

William Parker Wednesday August 17

India Sheats Friday August 19

Bay Williams Friday August 19

Caroline Woody Saturday August 20

Mrs. Luzardo Saturday August 20

Jack Mullen Sunday August 21


 

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Class of 2025 Service Log

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The ACAD Daily Tuesday, Aug. 16

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Tuesday – B Week, A Day: Special Schedule Today! See Below!

8:10 – 8:50 – Advisory (40 min.) – when not taking photos, students should be in advisory

8:15-8:25 (grade 11 photos)

8:25-8:35 (grade 10 photos)

8:35-8:45 (grade 9 photos)

8:50 – 9:00 Passing Time

9:00 – 10:20 – Block 4 (80 min.)

10:20 – 10:30 Passing Time

10:30 – 11:50 – Block 3 (80 min.)

11:50 – 12:00 Passing Time

12:00 – 1:50 – Block 2 (80 min.)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

1:55 – 2:00 Passing Time

2:00 – 3:20 – Block 1 (80 min.)

Wednesday – B Week, B Day

Thursday – B Week, A Day – 9:45 Meet in the PH for our 1st All School Meeting!

Friday – B Week, B Day: Special Schedule Today for Honor Council Assembly! See Below!

8:10 – 9:25 Block 5  (75 minutes)

9:30 – 10:30 Honor Assembly

10:30 – 10:40 BREAK

10:40 – 11:55 Block 6  (75 minutes)

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7  (back to normal schedule)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 8  (back to normal schedule)


Click HERE to see our A/B rotation schedule!


It’s picture day! Don’t forget to go to the Bertlesmann Lobby in Advisory 

8:15-8:25 (grade 11 photos)

8:25-8:35 (grade 10 photos)

8:35-8:45 (grade 9 photos)


College Night: August 22 7:00-8:00 PH


Happy Birthday

ClaraJane Williams Saturday June 4

Ben Shar Saturday June 4

Sydney Elrod Monday June 6

Jamari Welch Monday June 6

Rachel Wicker Monday June 6

Leo Gabara Tuesday June 7

Ella Dillon Thursday June 9

Gio Newsome Friday June 10

Lilly Manoll Friday June 10

Bo Manoll Friday June 10

Ryland Marley Saturday June 11

Sofia Dean Saturday June 11

Dr. Turney Saturday June 11

Parker Willimon Sunday June 12

Ms. Terry Monday June 13

Thomas Collins Tuesday June 14

Ben Kesterson Wednesday June 15

Mr. Bolson Wednesday June 15

Jimmy Humphries Friday June 17

Mark Tribble Friday June 17

Josie Sears Friday June 17

Molly Smith Saturday June 18

Charlie Sanderlin Sunday June 19

Tristan Puckett Monday June 20

Jane Frierson Tuesday June 21

Emi Waldron Wednesday June 22

Safi Uddin Thursday June 23

Jack Abernathy Friday June 24

Rodrigo Vega Saturday June 25

Courtney Coffeen Saturday June 25

Ella Pulliam Monday June 27

Mr. Raymond Monday June 27

Mr. Sutherland Monday June 27

Andrew Hill Tuesday June 28

Emmeline Land Thurday June 30

Penn Davis Thursday June 30

William McKillip Saturday July 2

Mikaella Murph Saturday July 2

Kate Farmer Sunday July 3

Ms. Sensing Monday July 4

Alex Hollenbeck Wednesday July 6

Hayden Webb Wednesday July 6

Mrs. Chester Saturday July 9

Will Wieczorek Sunday July 10

Adam Lefkowitz Monday July 11

Tom Hollingsworth Thursday July 14

Madeline Ransom Friday July 15

William Murphy Friday July 15

Camp Kinsler Saturday July 16

Robert Beckum Sunday July 17

William Beckum Sunday July 17

Brooke Farmer Sunday July 17

Adelaide Ellis Monday July 18

Brad DeMent Tuesday July 19

Westbrook Adams Wednesday July 20

Parker Middleton Wednesday July 20

Josh Coven Wednesday July 20

Sean Lopez Wednesday July 20

Maxwell Bracewell Thursday July 21

Mr. Hurlburt Thursday July 21

Ms. Towery Thursday July 21

Mrs. Stutsman Friday July 22

Joshua Xie Sunday July 24

Nishil Patel Monday July 25

Will Hines Tuesday July 26

Connor Xie Wednesday July 27

Dr. Reid Tursday July 28

Moussa Alserafei Saturday July 30

Andrew Jones Saturday July 30

Coach Nelson Monday Augest 1

Krish Chawla Tuesday August 2

Brinkley Williams Tuesday August 2

Franklin Williams Tuesday August 2

Walter Hequembourg Tuesday August 2

Coach Booze Tuesday August 2

Mrs. Ward Wednesday August 3

George Barkley Friday August 5

Alli Kerr Sunday August 7

Taylor Ray-Bush Sunday August 7

Millie McLanahan Monday August 8

Charlie Vaughn Wednesday August 10

Luke De La Fuente Friday August 12

Mrs. Street Friday August 12

Noah Smith Saturday August 13

Bailey McCurdy Sunday August 14

Aidan Serna Monday August 15

Luke Kelly Monday August 15

William Parker Wednesday August 17

India Sheats Friday August 19

Bay Williams Friday August 19

Caroline Woody Saturday August 20

Mrs. Luzardo Saturday August 20

Jack Mullen Sunday August 21


 

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SERVICE 

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log

Class of 2026 Service Log

 


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Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, May 26

 

Happy Birthday

May 24 – Philip Doherty
May 25 – Michael Cashin
May 25 – Preston Darden
May 25 – Wats Dorris
May 27- Whit Muschamp
May 28 – Leena Omer
 

Anouncements

 

Wednesday, Thursday – Exams

Friday – Makeup Exams


You may dress down this week! Good Luck on exams!


Catch up on the latest news before you depart for summer break. Check out Spartan Review stories on ClueMr. West and Mr. Stewart, Met Gala fashionthe trials and tribulations of working at Chuck E. Cheese, and so much more. Enjoy! 
 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

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Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, May 25

 

Happy Birthday

May 24 – Philip Doherty
May 25 – Michael Cashin
May 25 – Preston Darden
May 25 – Wats Dorris
May 27- Whit Muschamp
May 28 – Leena Omer
 

Anouncements

 

Wednesday, Thursday – Exams

Friday – Makeup Exams


You may dress down this week! Good Luck on exams!


Catch up on the latest news before you depart for summer break. Check out Spartan Review stories on ClueMr. West and Mr. Stewart, Met Gala fashionthe trials and tribulations of working at Chuck E. Cheese, and so much more. Enjoy! 
 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

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Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, May 24

 

Happy Birthday

May 24 – Philip Doherty
May 25 – Michael Cashin
May 25 – Preston Darden
May 25 – Wats Dorris
May 27- Whit Muschamp
May 28 – Leena Omer
 

Anouncements

 

Tuesday – B Day

Wednesday, Thursday – Exams

Friday – Makeup Exams


You may dress down this week! Good Luck on exams!


Catch up on the latest news before you depart for summer break. Check out Spartan Review stories on ClueMr. West and Mr. Stewart, Met Gala fashionthe trials and tribulations of working at Chuck E. Cheese, and so much more. Enjoy! 
 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

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Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday, May 23

 

Happy Birthday

May 24 – Philip Doherty
May 25 – Michael Cashin
May 25 – Preston Darden
May 25 – Wats Dorris
May 27- Whit Muschamp
May 28 – Leena Omer
 

Anouncements

 

Monday – A Day

Tuesday – B Day

Wednesday, Thursday – Exams

Friday – Makeup Exams


You may dress down this week! Good Luck on exams!


Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

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Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, May 19

 

Happy Birthday

May 16 – Cohen Tomlinson
May 17 – Mariella Stortz
May 19 – Luisa Bertiolli
May 19 – Andrew Jang
May 20 – Hope Shelnutt
May 21 – Mac McDonald
May 21 – James Mullen

 

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It’s almost summertime!
 
 
 
 

 
Anouncements
 

This is a B Week, B Day!

Clubs meet at 9:45 Today!


Planet Fitness High Summer Pass™ is officially welcoming Athens Academy students to work out for FREE all summer long!!! Click HERE to register and enjoy a free summer gym membership at Planet Fitness (Or visit https://www.planetfitness.com/summerpass/)


 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

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Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


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Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, May 18

 

Happy Birthday

May 16 – Cohen Tomlinson
May 17 – Mariella Stortz
May 19 – Luisa Bertiolli
May 19 – Andrew Jang
May 20 – Hope Shelnutt
May 21 – Mac McDonald
May 21 – James Mullen

 

quote of the week

 

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It’s almost summertime!
 
 
 
 

 
Anouncements
 

 


Planet Fitness High Summer Pass™ is officially welcoming Athens Academy students to work out for FREE all summer long!!! Click HERE to register and enjoy a free summer gym membership at Planet Fitness (Or visit https://www.planetfitness.com/summerpass/)


Wednesday, May 18

8:10-9:40 Block 8

9:45-10:25 Assembly – may run a few minutes late

10:30-11:50 Block 5

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6


 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, May 17

 

Happy Birthday

May 16 – Cohen Tomlinson
May 17 – Mariella Stortz
May 19 – Luisa Bertiolli
May 19 – Andrew Jang
May 20 – Hope Shelnutt
May 21 – Mac McDonald
May 21 – James Mullen

 

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It’s almost summertime!
 
 
 
 

 
Anouncements
 

 


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 16, 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 17.

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


Please take note of the changes for Tuesday and Wednesday!

Tuesday, May 17

8:10-8:45 Late Start

8:45-10:10 Block 4

10:10-10:30 Break

10:30-11:50 Block 3

11:55 – 1:55 Block 2 

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 1

Wednesday, May 18

8:10-9:40 Block 8

9:45-10:25 Assembly – may run a few minutes late

10:30-11:50 Block 5

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6


 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday, May 16

 

Happy Birthday

May 16 – Cohen Tomlinson
May 17 – Mariella Stortz
May 19 – Luisa Bertiolli
May 19 – Andrew Jang
May 20 – Hope Shelnutt
May 21 – Mac McDonald
May 21 – James Mullen

 

quote of the week

 

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It’s almost summertime!
 
 
 
 

 
Anouncements
 

This is a B Week and Today is a B Day

 


Our latest ACAD Update:

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 16, 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 17.

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

 


Please take note of the changes for Tuesday and Wednesday!

Tuesday, May 17

8:10-8:45 Late Start

8:45-10:10 Block 4

10:10-10:30 Break

10:30-11:50 Block 3

11:55 – 1:55 Block 2 

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 1

 

Wednesday, May 18

8:10-9:40 Block 8

9:45-10:25 Assembly – may run a few minutes late

10:30-11:50 Block 5

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6


 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, May 13

 

Happy Birthday

May 9 – Harry Davis
May 11 – Anna Kinman
May 12 – Will DeLoach
May 12 – Wade Slatcher
May 13 – Mills Crosland
May 14 – Yusra Rahman

quote of the week

Stay positive, better days are on their way. – Kymel

Nobody’s perfect. – Hannah Montana, Andi and Maddog

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

20220507_101825
20220507_121707
 
“Louisa Bertioli has picked up more trash along Hog Mountain Road and the Milledge extension  than any other student in the Upper School. THANK YOU for making our world cleaner and better for these past four years!!!” – Mr. Bob Sears
 

 
Anouncements
 

This is a A Week and Today is an A Day

AP Latin@12pm

Good Luck!!!

 

Our latest ACAD Update:

Brennan Smith - SOTW


Jaila Salley-Barnett has been selected as the AAHOF Billy Henderson Leadership Scholarship recipient! This scholarship recognize students who show community involvement and leadership attributes. Congratulations, Jaila!!!

Jaila - Region POTY


Please take note of the changes for next week!

May 17, 2022

8:10-8:45 Late Start

8:45-10:10 Block 4

10:10-10:30 Break

10:30-11:50 Block 3

11:55 – 1:55 Block 2 

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 1

 

Athletic Award Assembly: May 18, 2022

8:10-9:40 Block 8

9:45-10:25 Assembly – may run a few minutes late

10:30-11:50 Block 5

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Friday – Advisory (9-11)


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 9, 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 10.

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


To catch some amazing footage of highlights of the hilarious “low expectations sketch comedy show,” our blazing fast sprinters in the 100 and 4 x 200 boy’s relay, our boy’s State Championship soccer parade along with 3 goals, and much more, tune into this week’s ACAD Update here on our ACAD YouTube Channel here:

https://youtu.be/tqJKsLGzDXE (5/6/22 ACAD Update)
 
And the entire “low expectations sketch comedy show” can be viewed on the ACAD YouTube channel here:
 
Enjoy!

 


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.


Seniors: Please see Ms. Thompson’s email about a form you need to complete ASAP!


 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, May 11

 

Happy Birthday

May 9 – Harry Davis
May 11 – Anna Kinman
May 12 – Will DeLoach
May 12 – Wade Slatcher
May 13 – Mills Crosland
May 14 – Yusra Rahman

quote of the week

Stay positive, better days are on their way. – Kymel

Nobody’s perfect. – Hannah Montana, Andi and Maddog

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

20220507_101825
20220507_121707
 
“Louisa Bertioli has picked up more trash along Hog Mountain Road and the Milledge extension  than any other student in the Upper School. THANK YOU for making our world cleaner and better for these past four years!!!” – Mr. Bob Sears
 

 
Anouncements
 

This is a A Week and Today is an A Day

AP Span@8am

AP Bio@12pm 

Good Luck!

 

Brennan Smith - SOTW


Jaila Salley-Barnett has been selected as the AAHOF Billy Henderson Leadership Scholarship recipient! This scholarship recognize students who show community involvement and leadership attributes. Congratulations, Jaila!!!

Jaila - Region POTY


Please take note of the changes for next week!

May 17, 2022

8:10-8:45 Late Start

8:45-10:10 Block 4

10:10-10:30 Break

10:30-11:50 Block 3

11:55 – 1:55 Block 2 

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 1

 

Athletic Award Assembly: May 18, 2022

8:10-9:40 Block 8

9:45-10:25 Assembly – may run a few minutes late

10:30-11:50 Block 5

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Thursday – Seminar 

Friday – Advisory (9-11)


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 9, 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 10.

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


To catch some amazing footage of highlights of the hilarious “low expectations sketch comedy show,” our blazing fast sprinters in the 100 and 4 x 200 boy’s relay, our boy’s State Championship soccer parade along with 3 goals, and much more, tune into this week’s ACAD Update here on our ACAD YouTube Channel here:

https://youtu.be/tqJKsLGzDXE (5/6/22 ACAD Update)
 
And the entire “low expectations sketch comedy show” can be viewed on the ACAD YouTube channel here:
 
Enjoy!

 


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.


Seniors: Please see Ms. Thompson’s email about a form you need to complete ASAP!


 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, May 10

 

Happy Birthday

May 9 – Harry Davis
May 11 – Anna Kinman
May 12 – Will DeLoach
May 12 – Wade Slatcher
May 13 – Mills Crosland
May 14 – Yusra Rahman

quote of the week

Stay positive, better days are on their way. – Kymel

Nobody’s perfect. – Hannah Montana, Andi and Maddog

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

20220507_101825
20220507_121707
 
“Louisa Bertioli has picked up more trash along Hog Mountain Road and the Milledge extension  than any other student in the Upper School. THANK YOU for making our world cleaner and better for these past four years!!!” – Mr. Bob Sears
 

 
Anouncements
 

This is a A Week and Today is B Day

AP Lang@8am

AP Phy C@12pm

Good Luck!

 

Brennan Smith - SOTW


Jaila Salley-Barnett has been selected as the AAHOF Billy Henderson Leadership Scholarship recipient! This scholarship recognize students who show community involvement and leadership attributes. Congratulations, Jaila!!!

Jaila - Region POTY


Please take note of the changes for next week!

May 17, 2022

8:10-8:45 Late Start

8:45-10:10 Block 4

10:10-10:30 Break

10:30-11:50 Block 3

11:55 – 1:55 Block 2 

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 1

 

Athletic Award Assembly: May 18, 2022

8:10-9:40 Block 8

9:45-10:25 Assembly – may run a few minutes late

10:30-11:50 Block 5

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Monday – Advisory

Tuesday – Advisory 9-11, Senior Class Meeting

Thursday – Seminar 

Friday – Advisory (9-11)


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 9, 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 10.

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


To catch some amazing footage of highlights of the hilarious “low expectations sketch comedy show,” our blazing fast sprinters in the 100 and 4 x 200 boy’s relay, our boy’s State Championship soccer parade along with 3 goals, and much more, tune into this week’s ACAD Update here on our ACAD YouTube Channel here:

https://youtu.be/tqJKsLGzDXE (5/6/22 ACAD Update)
 
And the entire “low expectations sketch comedy show” can be viewed on the ACAD YouTube channel here:
 
Enjoy!

 


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.


Seniors: Please see Ms. Thompson’s email about a form you need to complete ASAP!


 

Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, May 6

 

Happy Birthday

May 3 – Alex Wiggans
May 5 – Lukas Stutz
May 6 – Siena Avolio
May 6 – Ainsley Crean
May 6 – Bowen Xue

quote of the week

IMG_1300

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than 40 years after being wiped out in Mozambique, Rhinos are being reintroduced into the ecosystem!
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Anouncements
 

This is a B Week and Today is an A Day

 

What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Friday – Advisory


The latest issue of the Spartan Review is live:

https://acadspartanreview.com.  Learn more about the secrets of Chuck E Cheese, TikTok, and more.


To catch some amazing footage of highlights of the hilarious “low expectations sketch comedy show,” our blazing fast sprinters in the 100 and 4 x 200 boy’s relay, our boy’s State Championship soccer parade along with 3 goals, and much more, tune into this week’s ACAD Update here on our ACAD YouTube Channel here:

https://youtu.be/tqJKsLGzDXE (5/6/22 ACAD Update)
 
And the entire “low expectations sketch comedy show” can be viewed on the ACAD YouTube channel here:
 
Enjoy!

Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.


Jane Frierson SOTW

“Jane’s success at the Area Championship was not a surprise to the coaching staff. We have all noticed her dedication to the team, and she has worked hard to improve. We think she has a very bright future ahead! Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

Ryland Marley SOTW

Ryland has been a gem to coach. Ryland is aggressive, fearless, listens to instructions then executes them precisely. I have observed his steady progress and growth on the track and in the sport generally. I believe he is a track guy playing football, not a football guy running track. I am excited to watch him grow in our sport. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, May 4

 

Happy Birthday

May 3 – Alex Wiggans
May 5 – Lukas Stutz
May 6 – Siena Avolio
May 6 – Ainsley Crean
May 6 – Bowen Xue

quote of the week

IMG_1300

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than 40 years after being wiped out in Mozambique, Rhinos are being reintroduced into the ecosystem!
image (13)

 
Anouncements
 

This is a B Week and Today is a B Day

AP Lit@8am

APCSA@12pm

Good Luck!!!


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Tuesday – MMM, Executive Board Speeches

Thursday – Seminar

Friday – Advisory


The latest issue of the Spartan Review is live:

https://acadspartanreview.com.  Learn more about the secrets of Chuck E Cheese, TikTok, and more.


Thank you for your shoe donations for Samaritan’s Feet. We’ll leave the bins out until the end of this week if you have more! Also, thank you for making Serving Up a Cure so much fun!


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.

Jane Frierson SOTW

“Jane’s success at the Area Championship was not a surprise to the coaching staff. We have all noticed her dedication to the team, and she has worked hard to improve. We think she has a very bright future ahead! Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

Ryland Marley SOTW

Ryland has been a gem to coach. Ryland is aggressive, fearless, listens to instructions then executes them precisely. I have observed his steady progress and growth on the track and in the sport generally. I believe he is a track guy playing football, not a football guy running track. I am excited to watch him grow in our sport. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, May 3

 

Happy Birthday

May 3 – Alex Wiggans
May 5 – Lukas Stutz
May 6 – Siena Avolio
May 6 – Ainsley Crean
May 6 – Bowen Xue

quote of the week

IMG_1300

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than 40 years after being wiped out in Mozambique, Rhinos are being reintroduced into the ecosystem!
image (13)

 
Anouncements
 

This is a B Week and Today is an A Day

APES at 8:00

Good Luck!!!


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Tuesday – MMM, Executive Board Speeches

Thursday – Seminar

Friday – Advisory


We are going to have a “pep parade” for our soccer team tomorrow at 3:10 as they head out to ATL and THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!!!! 
 
So, come out of your classes and help cheer them on! AP students, stick around so you can show your support too!

 Walking Pep Rally (1) (2)


The latest issue of the Spartan Review is live:

https://acadspartanreview.com.  Learn more about the secrets of Chuck E Cheese, TikTok, and more.


Thank you for your shoe donations for Samaritan’s Feet. We’ll leave the bins out until the end of this week if you have more! Also, thank you for making Serving Up a Cure so much fun!


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.

Jane Frierson SOTW

“Jane’s success at the Area Championship was not a surprise to the coaching staff. We have all noticed her dedication to the team, and she has worked hard to improve. We think she has a very bright future ahead! Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

Ryland Marley SOTW

Ryland has been a gem to coach. Ryland is aggressive, fearless, listens to instructions then executes them precisely. I have observed his steady progress and growth on the track and in the sport generally. I believe he is a track guy playing football, not a football guy running track. I am excited to watch him grow in our sport. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday, May 2

 

Happy Birthday

May 3 – Alex Wiggans
May 5 – Lukas Stutz
May 6 – Siena Avolio
May 6 – Ainsley Crean
May 6 – Bowen Xue

quote of the week

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than 40 years after being wiped out in Mozambique, Rhinos are being reintroduced into the ecosystem!
image (13)

 
Anouncements
 

This is a B Week and Today is a B Day

AP US Gov 8:00

AP Chem 12:00

Good Luck!!!


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Monday – Advisory

Tuesday – MMM, Executive Board Speeches

Thursday – Seminar

Friday – Advisory


 
 
 
 

Thank you for your shoe donations for Samaritan’s Feet. We’ll leave the bins out until the end of this week if you have more! Also, thank you for making Serving Up a Cure so much fun!


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.

 


Exam Information


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, April 28

 

Happy Birthday

April 25 – Will Dugas
April 27 – Parker McCleary

 

 

quote of the week

“It’s important I surround myself with people who make me happy”

Adam Sandler

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

The UN has awarded David Attenborough the title of Champion of the Earth!
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Anouncements

 


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Thursday – Special Schedule, see below, Serving Up A Cure

Friday – Class Meetings


Come support the Spartan baseball team in the 1st round of the State Playoffs tomorrow, Friday, April 29. as they face King’s Ridge.  Game starts at 4:00 and the first 50 Upper School students will get in free!!  Pizza will also be served and free!  The team really appreciates your support.  Sign-in with Mrs. Stutsman at the admission gate.

 


 
Elections!
 
We will begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections next Tuesday, May 3. These are the five people you see on stage each Tuesday during mid-morning meetings. These positions have certain qualifications and job descriptions which you can find below and here. If you have questions please reach out to Mrs. Farmer.
 
Student Body President: Senior (Junior this year) who has served on Student Government for at least one year
Student Body Vice President: Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served on Student Government for at least one year
Director of Communications: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Director of Finance: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Director of Events: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
 
Candidates should notify Mrs. Farmer by email at bfarmer@athensacademy.org by this Friday, April 29. The student body will hear speeches next Tuesday, May 3 with electronic voting also beginning on May 3 and concluding May 4. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors vote in this election.
 
Judiciary Board and Honor Council Nominations will be the week of May 9.
 
17 Ambassador interviews and selection will take place in August.
 
Class Officer elections for grades 9-12 will take place in September.

 


 
 
 
 
Cristina Vega SOTW
 
“Cristina has really come along the past month and given our team a big confidence boost going into the State Tournament. She has been a true team player no matter where I put her in the lineup. I’m looking forward to seeing her compete the rest of the postseason. – Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
 
 
Cohen Tomlinson SOTW
 
“From the first day I met Cohen, he has shown me that he is willing to work as hard as he possibly can everyday. He is a great teammate and leader and he is just coming into his own on the tennis court. His best tennis is ahead of him and I can’t wait to see it! Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

 


 
 
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Thank you to all the writers and artists who submitted their work for publication in the literary magazine. Judge Sonya Bilocerkowycz, author of On Our Way Home from the Revolution: Reflections on Ukrainehas recognized the following writers for their outstanding work: 
 
Literary Review Prize Winner: “Pac-Man” by Oliver Carrigan
Honorable Mention: “The Magnitude of Womanhood” by Kate Hicks
Honorable Mention: “Sawyer” by Elizabeth Raeber
 
 
Keep your eyes out for these stories and more when the magazine arrives in May!

 


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.

 


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

Donation Bins Located in Myers Gallery, Williams, Lampkin, Trustees

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.

Schedule for the day

Block 8 8:10-9:15 (65 min)

Block 5 9:20-10:25 (65 min)

Break 10:25-10:35 (10 min)

Block 7 10:40-11:45 (65 min)

Block 6 11:50-12:55 (65 min)

Lunch 1:00 – 1:55 Pizza lunch provided

Serving Up a Cure 2:00 – 3:20


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, April 27

 

Happy Birthday

April 25 – Will Dugas
April 27 – Parker McCleary

 

 

quote of the week

“It’s important I surround myself with people who make me happy”

Adam Sandler

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

The UN has awarded David Attenborough the title of Champion of the Earth!
image (10)
 

 
Anouncements

This is an A week and today is a B Day


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Tuesday – MMM

Thursday – Special Schedule, see below, Serving Up A Cure

Friday – Class Meetings


 

 

Elections!
 
We will begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections next Tuesday, May 3. These are the five people you see on stage each Tuesday during mid-morning meetings. These positions have certain qualifications and job descriptions which you can find below and here. If you have questions please reach out to Mrs. Farmer.
 
Student Body President: Senior (Junior this year) who has served on Student Government for at least one year
Student Body Vice President: Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served on Student Government for at least one year
Director of Communications: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Director of Finance: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Director of Events: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
 
Candidates should notify Mrs. Farmer by email at bfarmer@athensacademy.org by this Friday, April 29. The student body will hear speeches next Tuesday, May 3 with electronic voting also beginning on May 3 and concluding May 4. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors vote in this election.
 
Judiciary Board and Honor Council Nominations will be the week of May 9.
 
17 Ambassador interviews and selection will take place in August.
 
Class Officer elections for grades 9-12 will take place in September.

 


 
 
 
 
Cristina Vega SOTW
 
“Cristina has really come along the past month and given our team a big confidence boost going into the State Tournament. She has been a true team player no matter where I put her in the lineup. I’m looking forward to seeing her compete the rest of the postseason. – Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
 
 
Cohen Tomlinson SOTW
 
“From the first day I met Cohen, he has shown me that he is willing to work as hard as he possibly can everyday. He is a great teammate and leader and he is just coming into his own on the tennis court. His best tennis is ahead of him and I can’t wait to see it! Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

 


 
 
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Thank you to all the writers and artists who submitted their work for publication in the literary magazine. Judge Sonya Bilocerkowycz, author of On Our Way Home from the Revolution: Reflections on Ukrainehas recognized the following writers for their outstanding work: 
 
Literary Review Prize Winner: “Pac-Man” by Oliver Carrigan
Honorable Mention: “The Magnitude of Womanhood” by Kate Hicks
Honorable Mention: “Sawyer” by Elizabeth Raeber
 
 
Keep your eyes out for these stories and more when the magazine arrives in May!

 


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.

 


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

Donation Bins Located in Myers Gallery, Williams, Lampkin, Trustees

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.

Schedule for the day

Block 8 8:10-9:15 (65 min)

Block 5 9:20-10:25 (65 min)

Break 10:25-10:35 (10 min)

Block 7 10:40-11:45 (65 min)

Block 6 11:50-12:55 (65 min)

Lunch 1:00 – 1:55 Pizza lunch provided

Serving Up a Cure 2:00 – 3:20


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

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Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, April 26

 

Happy Birthday

April 25 – Will Dugas
April 27 – Parker McCleary

 

 

quote of the week

“It’s important I surround myself with people who make me happy”

Adam Sandler

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

The UN has awarded David Attenborough the title of Champion of the Earth!
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Anouncements

This is an A week and today is a B Day


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Tuesday – MMM

Thursday – Special Schedule, see below, Serving Up A Cure

Friday – Class Meetings


Boys State Soccer Game Tonight!!!

The first 40 students that show up get in FREE!!  “Taco Tuesday” will be available for free as well. Come out and support your Spartans as they play First Presbyterian Day School on Slaughter Field at 6:00pm.


You are invited to join us for the 

US Orchestra Spring Concert

Honoring Seniors Mae Kline and Daniel Huang

Tuesday, April 26

7:30 p.m. 

Bertelsmann PH


******Everyone come out to the soccer game and then head straight over to the orchestra concert!*****


Elections!
 
We will begin our Executive Branch of Student Government Elections next Tuesday, May 3. These are the five people you see on stage each Tuesday during mid-morning meetings. These positions have certain qualifications and job descriptions which you can find below and here. If you have questions please reach out to Mrs. Farmer.
 
Student Body President: Senior (Junior this year) who has served on Student Government for at least one year
Student Body Vice President: Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served on Student Government for at least one year
Director of Communications: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Director of Finance: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
Director of Events: Senior (Junior this year) or Junior (Sophomore this year) who has served as a leader in our community (does not need to be an elected leader)
 
Candidates should notify Mrs. Farmer by email at bfarmer@athensacademy.org by this Friday, April 29. The student body will hear speeches next Tuesday, May 3 with electronic voting also beginning on May 3 and concluding May 4. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors vote in this election.
 
Judiciary Board and Honor Council Nominations will be the week of May 9.
 
17 Ambassador interviews and selection will take place in August.
 
Class Officer elections for grades 9-12 will take place in September.
 
 
 
 
Cristina Vega SOTW
 
“Cristina has really come along the past month and given our team a big confidence boost going into the State Tournament. She has been a true team player no matter where I put her in the lineup. I’m looking forward to seeing her compete the rest of the postseason. – Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
 
 
Cohen Tomlinson SOTW
 
“From the first day I met Cohen, he has shown me that he is willing to work as hard as he possibly can everyday. He is a great teammate and leader and he is just coming into his own on the tennis court. His best tennis is ahead of him and I can’t wait to see it! Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

 


 
 
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Thank you to all the writers and artists who submitted their work for publication in the literary magazine. Judge Sonya Bilocerkowycz, author of On Our Way Home from the Revolution: Reflections on Ukrainehas recognized the following writers for their outstanding work: 
 
Literary Review Prize Winner: “Pac-Man” by Oliver Carrigan
Honorable Mention: “The Magnitude of Womanhood” by Kate Hicks
Honorable Mention: “Sawyer” by Elizabeth Raeber
 
 
Keep your eyes out for these stories and more when the magazine arrives in May!

 


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.

 


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

Donation Bins Located in Myers Gallery, Williams, Lampkin, Trustees

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.

Schedule for the day

Block 8 8:10-9:15 (65 min)

Block 5 9:20-10:25 (65 min)

Break 10:25-10:35 (10 min)

Block 7 10:40-11:45 (65 min)

Block 6 11:50-12:55 (65 min)

Lunch 1:00 – 1:55 Pizza lunch provided

Serving Up a Cure 2:00 – 3:20


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday, April 25

 

Happy Birthday

April 25 – Will Dugas
April 27 – Parker McCleary

 

 

quote of the week

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

The UN has awarded David Attenborough the title of Champion of the Earth!
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Anouncements

This is an A week and today is an A Day


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Monday -Advisory – Special Poetry Activity

Tuesday – MMM

Thursday – Special Schedule, see below, Serving Up A Cure

Friday – Class Meetings


You are invited to join us for the 

US Orchestra Spring Concert

Honoring Seniors Mae Kline and Daniel Huang

Tuesday, April 26

7:30 p.m. 

Bertelsmann PH


 
Cristina Vega SOTW
 
“Cristina has really come along the past month and given our team a big confidence boost going into the State Tournament. She has been a true team player no matter where I put her in the lineup. I’m looking forward to seeing her compete the rest of the postseason. – Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
 
 
Cohen Tomlinson SOTW
 
“From the first day I met Cohen, he has shown me that he is willing to work as hard as he possibly can everyday. He is a great teammate and leader and he is just coming into his own on the tennis court. His best tennis is ahead of him and I can’t wait to see it! Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
 
 
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Thank you to all the writers and artists who submitted their work for publication in the literary magazine. Judge Sonya Bilocerkowycz, author of On Our Way Home from the Revolution: Reflections on Ukrainehas recognized the following writers for their outstanding work: 
 
Literary Review Prize Winner: “Pac-Man” by Oliver Carrigan
Honorable Mention: “The Magnitude of Womanhood” by Kate Hicks
Honorable Mention: “Sawyer” by Elizabeth Raeber
 
 
Keep your eyes out for these stories and more when the magazine arrives in May!

 


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.

If you are planning on taking a guest from another school, please see Coach Olson’s email.


Girls State Soccer Game Monday!!!

The first 40 students or faculty that show up get in FREE!! Pizza and frozen treats will be available for free as well. Come out and support your Spartans as they play Stratford Academy on Slaughter Field!


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

Donation Bins Located in Myers Gallery, Williams, Lampkin, Trustees

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.

Schedule for the day

Block 8 8:10-9:15 (65 min)

Block 5 9:20-10:25 (65 min)

Break 10:25-10:35 (10 min)

Block 7 10:40-11:45 (65 min)

Block 6 11:50-12:55 (65 min)

Lunch 1:00 – 1:55 Pizza lunch provided

Serving Up a Cure 2:00 – 3:20


Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily FriYAY, April 22

 

Happy Birthday

April 18 – Dylan Chambers
April 18 – Jack Hardin
April 19 – Thomas Borst
April 19 – Anvesha Das
April 19 – Nina Kline
April 19 – Michael Nasworthy
April 19 – Connor Shoenfeld
April 20 – McKenna Friesen
April 22 – Sam Johnson
April 23 – Mae Kline
April 24 – Davis Slate 
 
 

quote of the week

“The problems we face didn’t happen overnight and they won’t be solved tomorrow, but if we all work together, we can foster greater understanding, positive change and create a more peaceful world for ourselves, our children, our families and our communities.”

Michael Jordan

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Global Rewilding Alliance and OpenForests have launched a map showing global rewilding efforts!
 
 

 
Anouncements

This is a B week and today is a B Day


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Friday – Advisory


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.


Lauren Clementz - SOTW

“Lauren Clementz is a senior captain for the girls’ soccer team. She has been a free kick specialist for her entire high school career and assisted four goals in the area championship match against Tallulah Falls back a couple of weeks ago.” Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer

 

Oliver Yates - SOTW

“Oliver Yates leads the boy’s soccer team in goals this season. As a captain, he sets an example for his teammates through his hard work at practice and games.” Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer

 


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Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


Come see the play this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30!

America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

Donation Bins Located outside the Deans’ Office

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.

Schedule for the day

Block 8 8:10-9:15 (65 min)

Block 5 9:20-10:25 (65 min)

Break 10:25-10:35 (10 min)

Block 7 10:40-11:45 (65 min)

Block 6 11:50-12:55 (65 min)

Lunch 1:00 – 1:55 Pizza lunch provided

Serving Up a Cure 2:00 – 3:20 

 


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Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, April 22

 

Happy Birthday

April 18 – Dylan Chambers
April 18 – Jack Hardin
April 19 – Thomas Borst
April 19 – Anvesha Das
April 19 – Nina Kline
April 19 – Michael Nasworthy
April 19 – Connor Shoenfeld
April 20 – McKenna Friesen
April 22 – Sam Johnson
April 23 – Mae Kline
April 24 – Davis Slate 
 
 

quote of the week

“The problems we face didn’t happen overnight and they won’t be solved tomorrow, but if we all work together, we can foster greater understanding, positive change and create a more peaceful world for ourselves, our children, our families and our communities.”

Michael Jordan

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Global Rewilding Alliance and OpenForests have launched a map showing global rewilding efforts!
 
 

 
Anouncements

This is a B week and today is a B Day


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Thursday – See Special Schedule Below

Friday – Advisory


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day

April 21 – This Thursday

This assembly is just for seniors, their parents and their special guests.

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

***Seniors please head to the amphitheater at the end of block 3 in your fancy clothes, we’ll line up, walk in together and be seated by 2:30***

***Cum Laude Inductees meet at 1:10 (leave block 3 at 1:05) in Chambers Center for lunch and then we’ll walk together to the PH***

***Junior 17 members meet at 2:00 in the Bertlesmann Lobby

2:30 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.


Lauren Clementz - SOTW

“Lauren Clementz is a senior captain for the girls’ soccer team. She has been a free kick specialist for her entire high school career and assisted four goals in the area championship match against Tallulah Falls back a couple of weeks ago.” Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer

 

Oliver Yates - SOTW

“Oliver Yates leads the boy’s soccer team in goals this season. As a captain, he sets an example for his teammates through his hard work at practice and games.” Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer

 


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Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


Come see the play this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30!

America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


IMG_6147

 

Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, April 21

 

Happy Birthday

April 18 – Dylan Chambers
April 18 – Jack Hardin
April 19 – Thomas Borst
April 19 – Anvesha Das
April 19 – Nina Kline
April 19 – Michael Nasworthy
April 19 – Connor Shoenfeld
April 20 – McKenna Friesen
April 22 – Sam Johnson
April 23 – Mae Kline
April 24 – Davis Slate 
 
 

quote of the week

“The problems we face didn’t happen overnight and they won’t be solved tomorrow, but if we all work together, we can foster greater understanding, positive change and create a more peaceful world for ourselves, our children, our families and our communities.”

Michael Jordan

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Global Rewilding Alliance and OpenForests have launched a map showing global rewilding efforts!
 
 

 
Anouncements

This is a B week and today is an A Day


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Thursday – See Special Schedule Below

Friday – Advisory


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day

April 21 – This Thursday

This assembly is just for seniors, their parents and their special guests.

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

***Seniors please head to the amphitheater at the end of block 3 in your fancy clothes, we’ll line up, walk in together and be seated by 2:30***

***Cum Laude Inductees meet at 1:10 (leave block 3 at 1:05) in Chambers Center for lunch and then we’ll walk together to the PH***

***Junior 17 members meet at 2:00 in the Bertlesmann Lobby

2:30 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.


Lauren Clementz - SOTW

“Lauren Clementz is a senior captain for the girls’ soccer team. She has been a free kick specialist for her entire high school career and assisted four goals in the area championship match against Tallulah Falls back a couple of weeks ago.” Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer

 

Oliver Yates - SOTW

“Oliver Yates leads the boy’s soccer team in goals this season. As a captain, he sets an example for his teammates through his hard work at practice and games.” Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer

 


image (9)


Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


Come see the play this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30!

America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


IMG_6147

 

Admissions and Scholarship Offers 2022

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, April 20

 

Happy Birthday

April 18 – Dylan Chambers
April 18 – Jack Hardin
April 19 – Thomas Borst
April 19 – Anvesha Das
April 19 – Nina Kline
April 19 – Michael Nasworthy
April 19 – Connor Shoenfeld
April 20 – McKenna Friesen
April 22 – Sam Johnson
April 23 – Mae Kline
April 24 – Davis Slate 
 
 

quote of the week

“The problems we face didn’t happen overnight and they won’t be solved tomorrow, but if we all work together, we can foster greater understanding, positive change and create a more peaceful world for ourselves, our children, our families and our communities.”

Michael Jordan

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Global Rewilding Alliance and OpenForests have launched a map showing global rewilding efforts!
 
 

 
Anouncements

This is a B week and today is a B Day


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Thursday – See Special Schedule Below

Friday – Advisory


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day

April 21 – This Thursday

This assembly is just for seniors, their parents and their special guests.

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

***Seniors please head to the amphitheater at the end of block 3 in your fancy clothes, we’ll line up, walk in together and be seated by 2:30***

***Cum Laude Inductees meet at 1:10 (leave block 3 at 1:05) in Chambers Center for lunch and then we’ll walk together to the PH***

***Junior 17 members meet at 2:00 in the Bertlesmann Lobby

2:30 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.


Lauren Clementz - SOTW

“Lauren Clementz is a senior captain for the girls’ soccer team. She has been a free kick specialist for her entire high school career and assisted four goals in the area championship match against Tallulah Falls back a couple of weeks ago.” Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer

 

Oliver Yates - SOTW

“Oliver Yates leads the boy’s soccer team in goals this season. As a captain, he sets an example for his teammates through his hard work at practice and games.” Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer

 


image (9)


Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


Come see the play this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30!

America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


IMG_6147

 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, April 19

 

Happy Birthday

April 18 – Dylan Chambers
April 18 – Jack Hardin
April 19 – Thomas Borst
April 19 – Anvesha Das
April 19 – Nina Kline
April 19 – Michael Nasworthy
April 19 – Connor Shoenfeld
April 20 – McKenna Friesen
April 22 – Sam Johnson
April 23 – Mae Kline
April 24 – Davis Slate 
 
 

quote of the week

“The problems we face didn’t happen overnight and they won’t be solved tomorrow, but if we all work together, we can foster greater understanding, positive change and create a more peaceful world for ourselves, our children, our families and our communities.”

Michael Jordan

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Global Rewilding Alliance and OpenForests have launched a map showing global rewilding efforts!
 
 

 
Anouncements

This is a B week and today is an A Day


What’s happening at 9:45 this week?

Tuesday – MMM in PH

Thursday – See Special Schedule Below

Friday – Advisory


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day

April 21 – This Thursday

This assembly is just for seniors, their parents and their special guests.

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

***Seniors please head to the amphitheater at the end of block 3 in your fancy clothes, we’ll line up, walk in together and be seated by 2:30***

***Cum Laude Inductees meet at 1:10 (leave block 3 at 1:05) in Chambers Center for lunch and then we’ll walk together to the PH***

***Junior 17 members meet at 2:00 in the Bertlesmann Lobby

2:30 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)


Junior/Senior Prom

Saturday, May 14 8:30-11:00

The Foundry/The Graduate Athens

Juniors and Seniors are invited and their dates. However, no Freshmen are allowed.


Lauren Clementz - SOTW

“Lauren Clementz is a senior captain for the girls’ soccer team. She has been a free kick specialist for her entire high school career and assisted four goals in the area championship match against Tallulah Falls back a couple of weeks ago.” Steve Stewart, Head Coach, Varsity Girls Soccer

 

Oliver Yates - SOTW

“Oliver Yates leads the boy’s soccer team in goals this season. As a captain, he sets an example for his teammates through his hard work at practice and games.” Stefan Billmayer, Head Coach, Varsity Boys Soccer

 


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Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


Come see the play this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30!

America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


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images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, April 15

 

Happy Birthday

April 12 – Ricardo Urena
April 12 – Kathryn Nichols
April 14 – John Wolfe McLean
April 16 – Taylor Leach
April 16 – John Manuel Newland
April 16 – Ingrid Nilsson
 
 

quote of the week

“Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people”

Prince

 

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A nonprofit called the Rainforest Trust has protected more the 38 million acres of land since 1988: all through public donations!
 
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Anouncements

 


 

 

Friday’s Special Schedule

8:10-8:55 – Block 5

9:00-9:45- Block 6

9:50-10:35 – Block 7

10:40-11:25 -Block 8 


 

Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


 

America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


There is no extended day on campus this Friday! The library will not be open after 11:30.


Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Deadline extended:

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15

Sign up on the Deans’ Door

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day …. April 21 – Next Thursday

(This assembly is just for seniors and their parents)

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)

 


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, April 14

 

Happy Birthday

April 12 – Ricardo Urena
April 12 – Kathryn Nichols
April 14 – John Wolfe McLean
April 16 – Taylor Leach
April 16 – John Manuel Newland
April 16 – Ingrid Nilsson
 
 

quote of the week

“Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people”

Prince

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
A nonprofit called the Rainforest Trust has protected more the 38 million acres of land since 1988: all through public donations!
 
00A31E60-26F5-4610-896B-DBEB1BE18FFD
 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a B Week and today is an A Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Thursday – Seminar

Friday – Special Schedule (see below)


 

Friday’s Special Schedule

8:10-8:55 – Block 5

9:00-9:45- Block 6

9:50-10:35 – Block 7

10:40-11:25 -Block 8 


 

Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


 

America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


There is no extended day on campus this Friday! The library will not be open after 11:30.


 

Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Deadline extended:

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15

Sign up on the Deans’ Door

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day …. April 21 – Next Thursday

(This assembly is just for seniors and their parents)

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)

 


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, April 13

 

Happy Birthday

April 12 – Ricardo Urena
April 12 – Kathryn Nichols
April 14 – John Wolfe McLean
April 16 – Taylor Leach
April 16 – John Manuel Newland
April 16 – Ingrid Nilsson
 
 

quote of the week

“Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people”

Prince

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
A nonprofit called the Rainforest Trust has protected more the 38 million acres of land since 1988: all through public donations!
 
00A31E60-26F5-4610-896B-DBEB1BE18FFD
 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a B Week and today is an A Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Monday – Advisory & Easter Egg Hunt

Tuesday – MMM

Thursday – Seminar

Friday – Special Schedule (see below)


Code to League of Legends match!

Friday’s Special Schedule

8:10-8:55 – Block 5

9:00-9:45- Block 6

9:50-10:35 – Block 7

10:40-11:25 -Block 8 


PJammin’ this Wednesday!

Wear your pj’s this Wednesday to honor children battling long term illness at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Schedule for Wednesday:

8:10 – 8:45 (Volunteers work with LS for PJammin) Late start for everyone else 

8:45 – 9:55  Block 8 (70)

10:00 – 11:10 Block 5 (70) 

11:15 – 11:55 (PJammin) 

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7 (back to normal schedule)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6 (back to normal schedule)


Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


We have Region Tennis Tournaments on campus Tuesday and Wednesday. Sophomores, please park up top near the Farmer Fieldhouse and not by the tennis court area! Thank you!


America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


 

There is no extended day on campus this Friday! The library will not be open after 11:30.


Congratulations to Elizabeth Raeber for her acceptance into the prestigious Sewanee Young Writers’ Conference! Students who participate in this program spend the summer honing their craft while learning from teachers who have had their books named “Notable Books of the Year” by the New York Times and been featured by “Oprah’s Book Club,” among other accomplishments–way to go, Elizabeth! Check out Elizabeth’s short story “Sawyer” in the forthcoming Literary Review 2022!


 

Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Deadline extended:

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15

Sign up on the Deans’ Door

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day …. April 21 – Next Thursday

(This assembly is just for seniors and their parents)

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)

 


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, April 12

 

Happy Birthday

April 12 – Ricardo Urena
April 12 – Kathryn Nichols
April 14 – John Wolfe McLean
April 16 – Taylor Leach
April 16 – John Manuel Newland
April 16 – Ingrid Nilsson
 
 

quote of the week

“Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people”

Prince

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
A nonprofit called the Rainforest Trust has protected more the 38 million acres of land since 1988: all through public donations!
 
00A31E60-26F5-4610-896B-DBEB1BE18FFD
 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a B Week and today is an A Day!


Code to today’s League of Legends match!

9:45 Meetings this week!

Monday – Advisory & Easter Egg Hunt

Tuesday – MMM

Thursday – Seminar

Friday – Special Schedule (see below)


Friday’s Special Schedule

8:10-8:55 – Block 5

9:00-9:45- Block 6

9:50-10:35 – Block 7

10:40-11:25 -Block 8 


PJammin’ this Wednesday!

Wear your pj’s this Wednesday to honor children battling long term illness at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Schedule for Wednesday:

8:10 – 8:45 (Volunteers work with LS for PJammin) Late start for everyone else 

8:45 – 9:55  Block 8 (70)

10:00 – 11:10 Block 5 (70) 

11:15 – 11:55 (PJammin) 

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7 (back to normal schedule)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6 (back to normal schedule)


Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


We have Region Tennis Tournaments on campus Tuesday and Wednesday. Sophomores, please park up top near the Farmer Fieldhouse and not by the tennis court area! Thank you!


America’s favorite “Who done it?” will soon be coming to the ACAD stage!  You don’t want to miss Professor Plum (Charlie Sanderlin), Professor Green (Patrick Rodrigue), Miss Scarlet (Lexi Sennowitz), Colonel Mustard (Wade Slatcher), Mrs. Peacock (Harper Purcell), Miss White (Mills Crosland), Yvette the maid (Ainslee Stonecipher), Mr. Body (Eliza Connolly), the Motorist (Alexis Keeney), the Cook (Alex Wiggins), the Cop (Collin Edge), the Police Chief (Oswaldo Jara-Rivera), the Singing Telegraph Girls (Elizabeth Raeber, Courtney Coffeen, Chamberlain Lunceford) and Wadsworth (Sara Mack Lowe).   Show dates are April 21-23, 2022 in the Presentation Hall.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $2 for students.  The game is afoot, scandal and blackmail abound, and a killer is at large.  Why anyone would not see this show is a mystery!


 

There is no extended day on campus this Friday! The library will not be open after 11:30.


Congratulations to Elizabeth Raeber for her acceptance into the prestigious Sewanee Young Writers’ Conference! Students who participate in this program spend the summer honing their craft while learning from teachers who have had their books named “Notable Books of the Year” by the New York Times and been featured by “Oprah’s Book Club,” among other accomplishments–way to go, Elizabeth! Check out Elizabeth’s short story “Sawyer” in the forthcoming Literary Review 2022!


 

Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Deadline extended:

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15

Sign up on the Deans’ Door

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day …. April 21 – Next Thursday

(This assembly is just for seniors and their parents)

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)

 


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday, April 11

 

Happy Birthday

April 12 – Ricardo Urena
April 12 – Kathryn Nichols
April 14 – John Wolfe McLean
April 16 – Taylor Leach
April 16 – John Manuel Newland
April 16 – Ingrid Nilsson
 
 

quote of the week

“Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people”

Prince

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
A nonprofit called the Rainforest Trust has protected more the 38 million acres of land since 1988: all through public donations!
 
00A31E60-26F5-4610-896B-DBEB1BE18FFD
 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a B Week and today is a B Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Monday – Advisory & Easter Egg Hunt

Tuesday – MMM

Thursday – Seminar

Friday – Special Schedule (see below)


Friday’s Special Schedule

8:10-8:55 – Block 5

9:00-9:45- Block 6

9:50-10:35 – Block 7

10:40-11:25 -Block 8 


PJammin’ this Wednesday!

Wear your pj’s this Wednesday to honor children battling long term illness at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Schedule for Wednesday:

8:10 – 8:45 (Volunteers work with LS for PJammin) Late start for everyone else 

8:45 – 9:55  Block 8 (70)

10:00 – 11:10 Block 5 (70) 

11:15 – 11:55 (PJammin) 

11:55 – 1:55 Block 7 (back to normal schedule)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 6 (back to normal schedule)


Please, please, please help us: Only flush toilet paper! Thank you!


We have Region Tennis Tournaments on campus Tuesday and Wednesday. Sophomores, please park up top near the Farmer Fieldhouse and not by the tennis court area! Thank you!


Congratulations to Elizabeth Raeber for her acceptance into the prestigious Sewanee Young Writers’ Conference! Students who participate in this program spend the summer honing their craft while learning from teachers who have had their books named “Notable Books of the Year” by the New York Times and been featured by “Oprah’s Book Club,” among other accomplishments–way to go, Elizabeth! Check out Elizabeth’s short story “Sawyer” in the forthcoming Literary Review 2022!


 

Exam Information!


 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Deadline extended:

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15

Sign up on the Deans’ Door

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

Free lunch with a shoe donation-athletic shoes, any size and any condition!

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day …. April 21 – Next Thursday

(This assembly is just for seniors and their parents)

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 1 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 2 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 4 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 3 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – Cabiness Lecture & Cum Laude Induction and Senior Honors Day (60 min.)

 


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, April 8

 

Happy Birthday

April 4 – Kate Garth
April 4 – Mimi Presswoood
April 5 – AJ Chambers
April 5 – Miles Pringle
April 8 – Davis McLanahan
April 9 – Emmeline Niolon

 

 

quote of the week

Live for each second without hesitation.

Elton John

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Medical trials for artificial pancreases are being held in England, which could eliminate the need for numerous procedures undergone by people with type 1 diabetes!

 

 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a A Week and today is an A Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Friday – Clubs


Congratulations to Elizabeth Raeber for her acceptance into the prestigious Sewanee Young Writers’ Conference! Students who participate in this program spend the summer honing their craft while learning from teachers who have had their books named “Notable Books of the Year” by the New York Times and been featured by “Oprah’s Book Club,” among other accomplishments–way to go, Elizabeth! Check out Elizabeth’s short story “Sawyer” in the forthcoming Literary Review 2022!


Alex Hill - SOTW

Alex has had a great season, shooting his career best rounds consistently and improving on a daily basis with his past 3 rounds being an 81, 80, and 88 in extremely challenging conditions. He has grown as a player and a person and we are extremely proud of him. We are excited to see what the remainder of the season holds for Alex!” Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

Emmeline Niolon - SOTW

Emmeline has had a great start to the season with 2 recent wins vs. Lake Oconee Academy and George Walton Academy shooting a 2 under 35 with a modified scramble and a 42 respectively. She has continued to improve each day and been a positive leader on the team. Keep up the good work Emmeline! – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf


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The March issue of the Spartan Review is now live. Congrats to editors Jenna Cao and Sydney Elrod, and a big thanks to all of the talented writers featured in this issue. Check out great stories about Madam Cashin’s teaching career, the Spartan 5K, ESP’s annual fundraiser, Waffle House, and so much more!


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Exam Information!


 

Anyone Interested in Running a 5K?

 
The Rise Together  5K is April 16th 8am!  Join us for a joy-filled morning of fun and fellowship!
Let’s fire up the dogs early On G-Day game Saturday with a great race for an amazing cause! All proceeds benefit ESP!  
 
 
Sign up online so that you can get your T-shirt! 
 
 
If you’d like to volunteer for service hours please click here
 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 8

Sign up on the Deans’ Door

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

If you plan to play or you are thinking about playing in the e-sports tournament, please complete THIS FORM.


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, April 7

 

Happy Birthday

April 4 – Kate Garth
April 4 – Mimi Presswoood
April 5 – AJ Chambers
April 5 – Miles Pringle
April 8 – Davis McLanahan
April 9 – Emmeline Niolon

 

 

quote of the week

Live for each second without hesitation.

Elton John

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Medical trials for artificial pancreases are being held in England, which could eliminate the need for numerous procedures undergone by people with type 1 diabetes!

 

 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a A Week and today is a B Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Thursday – Seminar in Advisory

Friday – Clubs


Congratulations to Elizabeth Raeber for her acceptance into the prestigious Sewanee Young Writers’ Conference! Students who participate in this program spend the summer honing their craft while learning from teachers who have had their books named “Notable Books of the Year” by the New York Times and been featured by “Oprah’s Book Club,” among other accomplishments–way to go, Elizabeth! Check out Elizabeth’s short story “Sawyer” in the forthcoming Literary Review 2022!


 

Alex Hill - SOTW

Alex has had a great season, shooting his career best rounds consistently and improving on a daily basis with his past 3 rounds being an 81, 80, and 88 in extremely challenging conditions. He has grown as a player and a person and we are extremely proud of him. We are excited to see what the remainder of the season holds for Alex!” Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

Emmeline Niolon - SOTW

Emmeline has had a great start to the season with 2 recent wins vs. Lake Oconee Academy and George Walton Academy shooting a 2 under 35 with a modified scramble and a 42 respectively. She has continued to improve each day and been a positive leader on the team. Keep up the good work Emmeline! – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf


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The March issue of the Spartan Review is now live. Congrats to editors Jenna Cao and Sydney Elrod, and a big thanks to all of the talented writers featured in this issue. Check out great stories about Madam Cashin’s teaching career, the Spartan 5K, ESP’s annual fundraiser, Waffle House, and so much more!


Clue-Logo


 

Exam Information!


 

Anyone Interested in Running a 5K?

 
The Rise Together  5K is April 16th 8am!  Join us for a joy-filled morning of fun and fellowship!
Let’s fire up the dogs early On G-Day game Saturday with a great race for an amazing cause! All proceeds benefit ESP!  
 
 
Sign up online so that you can get your T-shirt! 
 
 
If you’d like to volunteer for service hours please click here
 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 8

Sign up on the Deans’ Door

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, April 6

 

Happy Birthday

April 4 – Kate Garth
April 4 – Mimi Presswoood
April 5 – AJ Chambers
April 5 – Miles Pringle
April 8 – Davis McLanahan
April 9 – Emmeline Niolon

 

 

quote of the week

Live for each second without hesitation.

Elton John

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Medical trials for artificial pancreases are being held in England, which could eliminate the need for numerous procedures undergone by people with type 1 diabetes!

 

 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a A Week and today is an A Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Thursday – Seminar in Advisory

Friday – Clubs


Alex Hill - SOTW

Alex has had a great season, shooting his career best rounds consistently and improving on a daily basis with his past 3 rounds being an 81, 80, and 88 in extremely challenging conditions. He has grown as a player and a person and we are extremely proud of him. We are excited to see what the remainder of the season holds for Alex!” Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

Emmeline Niolon - SOTW

Emmeline has had a great start to the season with 2 recent wins vs. Lake Oconee Academy and George Walton Academy shooting a 2 under 35 with a modified scramble and a 42 respectively. She has continued to improve each day and been a positive leader on the team. Keep up the good work Emmeline! – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf


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The March issue of the Spartan Review is now live. Congrats to editors Jenna Cao and Sydney Elrod, and a big thanks to all of the talented writers featured in this issue. Check out great stories about Madam Cashin’s teaching career, the Spartan 5K, ESP’s annual fundraiser, Waffle House, and so much more!


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Exam Information!


 

Anyone Interested in Running a 5K?

 
The Rise Together  5K is April 16th 8am!  Join us for a joy-filled morning of fun and fellowship!
Let’s fire up the dogs early On G-Day game Saturday with a great race for an amazing cause! All proceeds benefit ESP!  
 
 
Sign up online so that you can get your T-shirt! 
 
 
If you’d like to volunteer for service hours please click here
 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 8

Sign up on the Deans’ Door

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

 

 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, April 5

 

Happy Birthday

April 4 – Kate Garth
April 4 – Mimi Presswoood
April 5 – AJ Chambers
April 5 – Miles Pringle
April 8 – Davis McLanahan
April 9 – Emmeline Niolon

 

 

quote of the week

Live for each second without hesitation.

Elton John

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Medical trials for artificial pancreases are being held in England, which could eliminate the need for numerous procedures undergone by people with type 1 diabetes!

 

 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a A Week and today is a B Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Tuesday  -MMM

Thursday – Seminar in Advisory

Friday – Clubs


Alex Hill - SOTW

Alex has had a great season, shooting his career best rounds consistently and improving on a daily basis with his past 3 rounds being an 81, 80, and 88 in extremely challenging conditions. He has grown as a player and a person and we are extremely proud of him. We are excited to see what the remainder of the season holds for Alex!” Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

Emmeline Niolon - SOTW

Emmeline has had a great start to the season with 2 recent wins vs. Lake Oconee Academy and George Walton Academy shooting a 2 under 35 with a modified scramble and a 42 respectively. She has continued to improve each day and been a positive leader on the team. Keep up the good work Emmeline! – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf


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The March issue of the Spartan Review is now live. Congrats to editors Jenna Cao and Sydney Elrod, and a big thanks to all of the talented writers featured in this issue. Check out great stories about Madam Cashin’s teaching career, the Spartan 5K, ESP’s annual fundraiser, Waffle House, and so much more!


Clue-Logo


 

Exam Information!


 

Anyone Interested in Running a 5K?

 
The Rise Together  5K is April 16th 8am!  Join us for a joy-filled morning of fun and fellowship!
Let’s fire up the dogs early On G-Day game Saturday with a great race for an amazing cause! All proceeds benefit ESP!  
 
 
Sign up online so that you can get your T-shirt! 
 
 
If you’d like to volunteer for service hours please click here
 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 8

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday, April 4

 

Happy Birthday

April 4 – Kate Garth
April 4 – Mimi Presswoood
April 5 – AJ Chambers
April 5 – Miles Pringle
April 8 – Davis McLanahan
April 9 – Emmeline Niolon

 

 

quote of the week

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Medical trials for artificial pancreases are being held in England, which could eliminate the need for numerous procedures undergone by people with type 1 diabetes!
 
 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a A Week and today is an A Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Monday – Advisory

Tuesday  -MMM

Thursday – Seminar in Advisory

Friday – Clubs


Alex Hill - SOTW

Alex has had a great season, shooting his career best rounds consistently and improving on a daily basis with his past 3 rounds being an 81, 80, and 88 in extremely challenging conditions. He has grown as a player and a person and we are extremely proud of him. We are excited to see what the remainder of the season holds for Alex!” Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

Emmeline Niolon - SOTW

Emmeline has had a great start to the season with 2 recent wins vs. Lake Oconee Academy and George Walton Academy shooting a 2 under 35 with a modified scramble and a 42 respectively. She has continued to improve each day and been a positive leader on the team. Keep up the good work Emmeline! – Brian Olson, Head Coach, Varsity Golf

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The March issue of the Spartan Review is now live. Congrats to editors Jenna Cao and Sydney Elrod, and a big thanks to all of the talented writers featured in this issue. Check out great stories about Madam Cashin’s teaching career, the Spartan 5K, ESP’s annual fundraiser, Waffle House, and so much more!


Clue-Logo


 

Exam Information!


 

Anyone Interested in Running a 5K?

 
The Rise Together  5K is April 16th 8am!  Join us for a joy-filled morning of fun and fellowship!
Let’s fire up the dogs early On G-Day game Saturday with a great race for an amazing cause! All proceeds benefit ESP!  
 
 
Sign up online so that you can get your T-shirt! 
 
 
If you’d like to volunteer for service hours please click here
 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 8

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, April 1

 

Happy Birthday

March 28 – Leni Chandler
March 28 – Lauren Clementz
March 28 – Sadie Jordan
March 29 – Reece Foreman
March 31 – Jaila Salley-Barnett
March 31 – Sami Uddin
April 1 – Margalit Mauricio
April 2 – Seager Hunt
April 2 – Callie Walton

 

 

quote of the week

“Don’t try to lesson yourself for the world; let the world catch up to you.”

Beyonce’

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Scientists have found an enzyme to break down stubborn PET plastic, which is used for single-use bottles, clothing, and carpets!

 

 
 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a B Week and today is an B Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Friday – Advisory (Pi activity)


The March issue of the Spartan Review is now live. Congrats to editors Jenna Cao and Sydney Elrod, and a big thanks to all of the talented writers featured in this issue. Check out great stories about Madam Cashin’s teaching career, the Spartan 5K, ESP’s annual fundraiser, Waffle House, and so much more!


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Nathalie Lavender - SOTW

“Nathalie is a super competitor who brings 100% to every practice and competition. She is very coachable, totally dedicated, and a relentless competitor. Most importantly, while she is a fierce athlete, she is also compassionate and honorable in her dealing with teammates and competitors alike. We are going to miss her next season and beyond.” 
– Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field
 
Johnerio Holt - SOTW
 
“JJ has been a beast in the field this year. His victories stand as testimony to what dedication and commitment to hard work can achieve. What I really admire in Mr. Holt (he deserves to be addressed as Mr.) is the professional bearing he brings even though he is in high school. He is always polite and well spoken. Earlier this season, an opposing coach sought me out and lavished compliments on JJ. He was so impressed with his composure and politeness, so are we! – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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ACAD UPDATE

Pi Digits Activity

  • Unless the weather goes bad, there will be a school-wide advisory activity this Friday!
  • The plan is to put all the digits of pi that everyone made on pi day in order, stretching from S&A towards the bridge. We will see how far it can go.
  • Each advisory will be assigned a certain section of the sidewalk and be given certain digits to put down.
  • The result should be over 300 feet long, and will be the biggest art project ever on campus!

Math Problem of the Week

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Anyone Interested in Running a 5K?

 
The Rise Together  5K is April 16th 8am!  Join us for a joy-filled morning of fun and fellowship!
Let’s fire up the dogs early On G-Day game Saturday with a great race for an amazing cause! All proceeds benefit ESP!  
 
 
Sign up online so that you can get your T-shirt! 
 
 
If you’d like to volunteer for service hours please click here
 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 8

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

More details to come about the day!


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, March 31

 

Happy Birthday

March 28 – Leni Chandler
March 28 – Lauren Clementz
March 28 – Sadie Jordan
March 29 – Reece Foreman
March 31 – Jaila Salley-Barnett
March 31 – Sami Uddin
April 1 – Margalit Mauricio
April 2 – Seager Hunt
April 2 – Callie Walton

 

 

quote of the week

“Don’t try to lesson yourself for the world; let the world catch up to you.”

Beyonce’

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Scientists have found an enzyme to break down stubborn PET plastic, which is used for single-use bottles, clothing, and carpets!

 

 
 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a B Week and today is an A Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Thursday – Seminar in Advisory (Juniors meet in TC)

Friday – Advisory


The March issue of the Spartan Review is now live. Congrats to editors Jenna Cao and Sydney Elrod, and a big thanks to all of the talented writers featured in this issue. Check out great stories about Madam Cashin’s teaching career, the Spartan 5K, ESP’s annual fundraiser, Waffle House, and so much more!


Clue-Logo


Nathalie Lavender - SOTW

“Nathalie is a super competitor who brings 100% to every practice and competition. She is very coachable, totally dedicated, and a relentless competitor. Most importantly, while she is a fierce athlete, she is also compassionate and honorable in her dealing with teammates and competitors alike. We are going to miss her next season and beyond.” 
– Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field
 
Johnerio Holt - SOTW
 
“JJ has been a beast in the field this year. His victories stand as testimony to what dedication and commitment to hard work can achieve. What I really admire in Mr. Holt (he deserves to be addressed as Mr.) is the professional bearing he brings even though he is in high school. He is always polite and well spoken. Earlier this season, an opposing coach sought me out and lavished compliments on JJ. He was so impressed with his composure and politeness, so are we! – Neville Anderson, Head Coach, Varsity Track & Field

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Pi Digits Activity

  • Unless the weather goes bad, there will be a school-wide advisory activity this Friday!
  • The plan is to put all the digits of pi that everyone made on pi day in order, stretching from S&A towards the bridge. We will see how far it can go.
  • Each advisory will be assigned a certain section of the sidewalk and be given certain digits to put down.
  • The result should be over 300 feet long, and will be the biggest art project ever on campus!

Math Problem of the Week

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Anyone Interested in Running a 5K?

 
The Rise Together  5K is April 16th 8am!  Join us for a joy-filled morning of fun and fellowship!
Let’s fire up the dogs early On G-Day game Saturday with a great race for an amazing cause! All proceeds benefit ESP!  
 
 
Sign up online so that you can get your T-shirt! 
 
 
If you’d like to volunteer for service hours please click here
 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

More details to come about the day!


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, March 29

 

Happy Birthday

March 28 – Leni Chandler
March 28 – Lauren Clementz
March 28 – Sadie Jordan
March 29 – Reece Foreman
March 31 – Jaila Salley-Barnett
March 31 – Sami Uddin
April 1 – Margalit Mauricio
April 2 – Seager Hunt
April 2 – Callie Walton

 

 

quote of the week

“Don’t try to lesson yourself for the world; let the world catch up to you.”

Beyonce’

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Scientists have found an enzyme to break down stubborn PET plastic, which is used for single-use bottles, clothing, and carpets!

 

 
 

 
Anouncements

 

This is a B Week and today is an A Day!


9:45 Meetings this week!

Monday – Advisory

Tuesday – MMM

Thursday – Seminar in Advisory (Juniors meet in TC)

Friday – Advisory


ACAD UPDATE


 

Clue-Logo


Pi Digits Activity

  • Unless the weather goes bad, there will be a school-wide advisory activity this Friday!
  • The plan is to put all the digits of pi that everyone made on pi day in order, stretching from S&A towards the bridge. We will see how far it can go.
  • Each advisory will be assigned a certain section of the sidewalk and be given certain digits to put down.
  • The result should be over 300 feet long, and will be the biggest art project ever on campus!

Math Problem of the Week

IMG_0043 (1)


Anyone Interested in Running a 5K?

 
The Rise Together  5K is April 16th 8am!  Join us for a joy-filled morning of fun and fellowship!
Let’s fire up the dogs early On G-Day game Saturday with a great race for an amazing cause! All proceeds benefit ESP!  
 
 
Sign up online so that you can get your T-shirt! 
 
 
If you’d like to volunteer for service hours please click here
 

SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15

Check out where your money is going: Samaritan’s Feet

More details to come about the day!


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, March 25

 

Happy Birthday

March 21 – Lucy Hollingsworth
March 21 – Ava York
March 23 – Hadley Spurlock
March 24 – Luke Cooper
March 25 – Chamberlain Lunceford
March 25 – Peyton Wheeler
March 26 – John Arnold
March 26 – Claire Holt

 

 

quote of the week

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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
New Zealand’s national bird, the kiwi, has bounced back, with the North Island brown kiwi population predicted to grow more than 10% in the next three generations!
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Anouncements

 

Friday – This is a Thursday Schedule (A Day)


9:45 Meetings this week!

Friday – Class Meetings 9-11


Congratulations to our State Literary Meet Champions! 

Anvesha Das: Extemporaneous Speaking/International

Ricardo Urena: Extemporaneous Speaking/Domestic


ACAD UPDATE


https://youtu.be/5MSzq-N7YNIe have baby birds!

Please don’t bother them or be near the banks of the ponds unless you are with a teacher.

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Elliot Brown - SOTW

“Elliott has been one of our most dependable players this year. He is undefeated in singles and doubles play. As a senior Elliott has been a great leader and will play whatever position is asked of him without hesitation. It’s refreshing as a coach to have a player who only cares about what’s best for the team. I can’t wait to see how Elliott performs the rest of the season.” –Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis
 
Adelaide Ellis - SOTW
 
“Adelaide has continuously improved throughout the season and the last few weeks she’s playing the best tennis I’ve seen from her. She’s coachable and willing to do whatever is needed to help the team succeed. I am looking forward to seeing Adelaide continue to grow as a person and a player” –Bo Hodge, Head Coach, Varsity Tennis

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CARE Club members cut over 150 pillow case templates on Saturday. We still have some volunteer opportunities available before PJammin’ on April 13th. If you would like to volunteer, come by SA-104 (Mrs. Chester’s room) to help!

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SERVING UP A CURE

Thursday, April 28

8-10 people per team

$10/person entry fee

Team members, team name, uniform and fees due by Friday, April 15

More details to come about the day!


shake the world

 


1) whoever first emails the math club email: mathclub@athensacademy.org with the answer and it’s correct will receive 5 raffle points 
2) if someone email afterwards with an answer that’s correct after the first correct ensued they will get 3 raffle points 
3) anyone who got an incorrect answer will receive 1 point 
*Please do realize if you email first but get it wrong then you will only get 1 point * 
 

 

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images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack


Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log


useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, March 24

 

Happy Birthday

March 21 – Lucy Hollingsworth
March 21 – Ava York
March 23 – Hadley Spurlock
March 24 – Luke Cooper
March 25 – Chamberlain Lunceford
March 25 – Peyton Wheeler
March 26 – John Arnold
March 26 – Claire Holt

 

 

quote of the week

IMG_0637

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
New Zealand’s national bird, the kiwi, has bounced back, with the North Island brown kiwi population predicted to grow more than 10% in the next three generations!
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Anouncements

 

Please note these changes:

Thursday – This is a Wednesday Schedule (B Day)

Friday – This is a Thursday Schedule (A Day)


9:45 Meetings this week!

Thursday – This is a Wednesday Schedule so not 9:45 meeting

Friday – Class Meetings 9-11


Congratulations to our State Literary Meet Champions! 

Anvesha Das: Extemporaneous Speaking/International

Ricardo Urena: Extemporaneous Speaking/Domestic


Please remember to pick up your trash in the TC! Including after snack time!

The TC Staff will really appreciate your help! Thank you!


We have baby birds!

Please don’t bother them or be near the banks of the ponds unless you are with a teacher.

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