Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, September 16

 

Happy Birthday

September 14 – Renee Cargill
September 14 – Shelby Ladner
September 15 – Graham Menzies
September 17 – Ethan Lopez
September 17 – Harper Purcell
September 18 – Steven Holder
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5441
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
An estimated 18 million plastic bottles have been upcycled to make COVID-19 protective gear for hospital workers and others in Thailand!

 


 

Anouncements
 

Congratulations to our newly elected Student Council!

2021-2022 Student Council


 
The Watson-Brown Junior Board of Directors offers an opportunity to perform community service while simultaneously gaining practical skills in administering a substantial sum of money to fund local historic preservation projects.
 
The Junior Board is made up of seven to twelve 10th-12th grade students in a 14 county area surrounding Athens. Board members are chosen in late September and will attend monthly meetings (usually one Wednesday evening a month) to learn about philanthropy and historic preservation and how to read a grant application and conduct a site visit. Members are then trusted to conduct site visits in pairs or small groups and then make a recommendation to the entire group about whether or not that site should receive funding. The members have a yearly allotment of $33,000 to give to local organizations for historic preservation needs. The application is linked below. The deadline to apply is September 22.

 


 
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Pratt is a great example for the younger athletes on the team. He always goes the extra mile to do what is right. He has worked hard to become the player he is today. Pratt Ferguson is a great Spartan!” – Josh Alexander, Head Coach, Varsity Football

 


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17 Info
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA

 

 

pb&j


Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


Homecoming Week: Monday, Sept. 27 – Friday, Oct. 1

Parade, Pep Rally, Game and HC Court: Friday, Oct. 1

Dance: Saturday, Oct. 2, 8:30-11:00, Baseball Facility


Homecoming Movie Genre Themes!

Freshmen – Superheroes

Sophomores – Horror

Juniors – Sci-Fi

Seniors – Western


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, September 15

 

Happy Birthday

September 14 – Renee Cargill
September 14 – Shelby Ladner
September 15 – Graham Menzies
September 17 – Ethan Lopez
September 17 – Harper Purcell
September 18 – Steven Holder
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5441
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
An estimated 18 million plastic bottles have been upcycled to make COVID-19 protective gear for hospital workers and others in Thailand!

 


 

Anouncements
 

Congratulations to our newly elected Student Council!

2021-2022 Student Council


 
The Watson-Brown Junior Board of Directors offers an opportunity to perform community service while simultaneously gaining practical skills in administering a substantial sum of money to fund local historic preservation projects.
 
The Junior Board is made up of seven to twelve 10th-12th grade students in a 14 county area surrounding Athens. Board members are chosen in late September and will attend monthly meetings (usually one Wednesday evening a month) to learn about philanthropy and historic preservation and how to read a grant application and conduct a site visit. Members are then trusted to conduct site visits in pairs or small groups and then make a recommendation to the entire group about whether or not that site should receive funding. The members have a yearly allotment of $33,000 to give to local organizations for historic preservation needs. The application is linked below. The deadline to apply is September 22.
 
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Pratt is a great example for the younger athletes on the team. He always goes the extra mile to do what is right. He has worked hard to become the player he is today. Pratt Ferguson is a great Spartan!” – Josh Alexander, Head Coach, Varsity Football

 


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17 Info
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA

 

 

pb&j


Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


 

Homecoming Movie Genre Themes!

Freshmen – Superheroes

Sophomores – Horror

Juniors – Sci-Fi

Seniors – Western


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, September 14

 

Happy Birthday

September 14 – Renee Cargill
September 14 – Shelby Ladner
September 15 – Graham Menzies
September 17 – Ethan Lopez
September 17 – Harper Purcell
September 18 – Steven Holder
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5441
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
An estimated 18 million plastic bottles have been upcycled to make COVID-19 protective gear for hospital workers and others in Thailand!

 


 

Anouncements
 

Congratulations to our newly elected Student Council!

2021-2022 Student Council

 
 

 

image - 2021-09-13T102626.761
 
Pratt is a great example for the younger athletes on the team. He always goes the extra mile to do what is right. He has worked hard to become the player he is today. Pratt Ferguson is a great Spartan!” – Josh Alexander, Head Coach, Varsity Football

 


image - 2021-09-13T103654.614

image - 2021-09-13T103659.457


17 Info
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA

 

 

pb&j


Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


 

Homecoming Movie Genre Themes!

Freshmen – Superheroes

Sophomores – Horror

Juniors – Sci-Fi

Seniors – Western


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, September 13

 

Happy Birthday

September 14 – Renee Cargill
September 14 – Shelby Ladner
September 15 – Graham Menzies
September 17 – Ethan Lopez
September 17 – Harper Purcell
September 18 – Steven Holder
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5441
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
An estimated 18 million plastic bottles have been upcycled to make COVID-19 protective gear for hospital workers and others in Thailand!

 


 

Anouncements
 

Today’s Schedule

 
 
1. Today is a regular school day and we expect that you will be here unless you have gotten permission from Mrs. Zalac.
2. Remember that we are providing pizza lunch for you! Yay! You don’t need to bring money, but please do bring a water bottle or your own drink.
3. It’s a dress down day! Yay! However, please keep in mind that we will have special community speakers joining us in the afternoon.
 
Here’s our schedule:

9:00-10:00 You have a late start! Please be in your Class Meeting Location by 9:00.

Class Meeting Locations:

9th:  PH

10th:  Bertelsmann amphitheater

11th: Tillman Center

12th: Myers Gallery

  • Attendance taken

  • Grade Level Coordinator will give you instructions for the day

  • Grade Specific Announcements – details for the week

  • Homecoming – Week of Sept. 27-Oct. 2 (details shared next week). Dance at the baseball facility, Saturday, Oct. 2, 8:30-11:00

  • Class Officer Speeches

  • Dismiss to Advisory Locations

 

10:00 – 10:45 Advisory

  • Ballot will be sent during advisory. Vote for class officers by phone or computer.

  • Watch Peer Support Video together and discuss

  • Club Leaders should check in with advisor, set up your table and go to the PH to prepare (please remember to vote at another time).

 

10:45-11:15 Club Draft Assembly in the PH

  • Club Leaders briefly present their clubs to the Student Body

 

11:15-12:15 Sign-Up at booths & Eat lunch

 

  • You may walk around to all the booths to find out more details about our clubs. This is the time you will sign up as well!
  • Pizza will be served in the Amphitheater. Stop by anytime during this hour! Enjoy being outside and being together!
 
12:25 – 2:15 Special Programming
 
  • Freshmen and Sophomores, go to PH. Sophomores are dismissed after programming. Freshmen will go to Advisory and be dismissed at 3:00.
  • Juniors and Seniors, go to Harrison Center Performance Hall. You will be dismissed after programming.

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Pratt is a great example for the younger athletes on the team. He always goes the extra mile to do what is right. He has worked hard to become the player he is today. Pratt Ferguson is a great Spartan!” – Josh Alexander, Head Coach, Varsity Football

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Mask Message from Mr. Thorsen

Reminder: Starting today, if you are not wearing your mask appropriately you will serve Community Restoration (Detention) on Wednesday at 7:40. Thank you in advance for following the rules and for helping us stay safe and stay in school together!


17 Info
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA

 

 

pb&j


Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


 

Homecoming Movie Genre Themes!

Freshmen – Superheroes

Sophomores – Horror

Juniors – Sci-Fi

Seniors – Western


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, September 10

 

Happy Birthday

September 6 – Thomas Ferland
September 6 – Anya Patel
September 6 – Julianna Lumpkin
September 7 – Lee Chandler
September 8 – Wally Terrell
September 9 – Lena Ungerman
September 9 – Kymel Williams
September 10 – Daniel Huang
September 10 – Camden Lang
September 11 – Cole Dowd
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5324
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Two 12-year-old beluga whales were rescued from captivity in an aquarium in Shanghai, China, and moved to an open water sanctuary in Iceland!
image - 2021-09-06T163800.609

 


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is a B Day!


Student-Initiated Drop/Add Deadline: 
 
The deadline for student-initiated schedule changes is Friday, September 10. If students believe that they need to make a change, they should talk with their advisors and the course teacher to determine the best course of action. 
 

To officially make a request students must provide a signed Drop/Add Form available from Mrs. Bowles.

 

12th Man Theme: Hawaiian!

You may wear Spartan Shirts or Hawaiian shirts! Dress Code bottoms please!


9:45 Today go to advisory

Club Leaders, you may go see your club sponsor to prepare for Monday, but check in with your advisor first.


 

Mask Message from Mr. Thorsen

Reminder: Starting today, if you are not wearing your mask appropriately you will serve Community Restoration (Detention) on Wednesday at 7:40. Thank you in advance for following the rules and for helping us stay safe and stay in school together!


ACAD UPDATE


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“Chamberlain is having an amazing cheer season. She is totally committed, never complains, and always does exactly what she needs to for herself and her team. She is always prepared, ready to cheer, and does everything with a big smile on her face! Chamberlain always jumps right in and shows how much she loves and cares for the Athens Academy Spartans! She is constantly showing spirit and cheering on the Spartans without hesitation. Chamberlain is kind, thoughtful, and always looking to improve herself at practices and games. We are so blessed to have Chamberlain as one of our Spartan Cheerleaders and are so proud of the improvements she has made so far! Way to go, Chamberlain!” – Kelsie Webb, Head Coach, Varsity Cheerleading

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17 applications are now open!
 
Please note the following deadlines and feel free to stop by the Dean’s office with questions.
 
Friday September 10 – applications due with a 4:00pm cut off
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA
 

17 will provide service to Athens Academy as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors. The young men and women of 17 will seek to serve Athens Academy at all functions where it is desired to have students welcome guests and visitors to Athens Academy. 17 seeks to advance Athens Academy through service to the offices of The Head of School, Athletic Director, Fine Arts Director, Chair of Service and Leadership, Admissions Director, Division Directors, and other Athens Academy departments or events. 


 

Spread the Love Campaign!!

Seniors vs. Freshmen!!!

Juniors vs. Sophomores!!

Winners receive a full dress down day! Losers receive donut holes…

Synovus Spread the Love

pb&j


Homecoming Theme: Movie Genres!

Freshmen will vote on their genre today.

*** When you are choosing your type of movie, keep in mind that each class will create a float, banner, ceiling tile, noise-makers for the parade and you’ll be dressing up as your theme too!


 

Club Draft Registration – Due Today by 4:00!

Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


 

Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


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, September 9

 

Happy Birthday

September 6 – Thomas Ferland
September 6 – Anya Patel
September 6 – Julianna Lumpkin
September 7 – Lee Chandler
September 8 – Wally Terrell
September 9 – Lena Ungerman
September 9 – Kymel Williams
September 10 – Daniel Huang
September 10 – Camden Lang
September 11 – Cole Dowd
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5324
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Two 12-year-old beluga whales were rescued from captivity in an aquarium in Shanghai, China, and moved to an open water sanctuary in Iceland!
image - 2021-09-06T163800.609

 


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is an A Day!


Student-Initiated Drop/Add Deadline: 
 
The deadline for student-initiated schedule changes is Friday, September 10. If students believe that they need to make a change, they should talk with their advisors and the course teacher to determine the best course of action. 
 

To officially make a request students must provide a signed Drop/Add Form available from Mrs. Bowles.

 

12th Man Theme: Hawaiian!

On Friday, you may wear Spartan Shirts or Hawaiian shirts! Dress Code bottoms please!


9:45 Today: Seminar

Seniors, go to Myers Gallery. Everyone else, go to advisory.


Mask Message from Mr. Thorsen

Reminder: Starting today, if you are not wearing your mask appropriately you will serve Community Restoration (Detention) on Wednesday at 7:40. Thank you in advance for following the rules and for helping us stay safe and stay in school together!


ACAD UPDATE


image - 2021-09-08T094011.694

“Chamberlain is having an amazing cheer season. She is totally committed, never complains, and always does exactly what she needs to for herself and her team. She is always prepared, ready to cheer, and does everything with a big smile on her face! Chamberlain always jumps right in and shows how much she loves and cares for the Athens Academy Spartans! She is constantly showing spirit and cheering on the Spartans without hesitation. Chamberlain is kind, thoughtful, and always looking to improve herself at practices and games. We are so blessed to have Chamberlain as one of our Spartan Cheerleaders and are so proud of the improvements she has made so far! Way to go, Chamberlain!” – Kelsie Webb, Head Coach, Varsity Cheerleading

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image - 2021-09-08T094147.691


 

17 applications are now open!
 
Please note the following deadlines and feel free to stop by the Dean’s office with questions.
 
Friday September 10 – applications due with a 4:00pm cut off
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA
 

17 will provide service to Athens Academy as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors. The young men and women of 17 will seek to serve Athens Academy at all functions where it is desired to have students welcome guests and visitors to Athens Academy. 17 seeks to advance Athens Academy through service to the offices of The Head of School, Athletic Director, Fine Arts Director, Chair of Service and Leadership, Admissions Director, Division Directors, and other Athens Academy departments or events. 


 

Spread the Love Campaign!!

Seniors vs. Freshmen!!!

Juniors vs. Sophomores!!

Winners receive a full dress down day! Losers receive donut holes…

Synovus Spread the Love

pb&j


Homecoming Theme: Movie Genres!

Juniors will vote on their genre Wednesday.

Sophomores will vote on their genre Thursday.

Freshmen will vote on their genre Friday.

*** When you are choosing your type of movie, keep in mind that each class will create a float, banner, ceiling tile, noise-makers for the parade and you’ll be dressing up as your theme too!


 

Club Draft Registration – Due Today by 4:00!

Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


 

Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


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, September 8

 

Happy Birthday

September 6 – Thomas Ferland
September 6 – Anya Patel
September 6 – Julianna Lumpkin
September 7 – Lee Chandler
September 8 – Wally Terrell
September 9 – Lena Ungerman
September 9 – Kymel Williams
September 10 – Daniel Huang
September 10 – Camden Lang
September 11 – Cole Dowd
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5324
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Two 12-year-old beluga whales were rescued from captivity in an aquarium in Shanghai, China, and moved to an open water sanctuary in Iceland!
image - 2021-09-06T163800.609

 


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is an B Day!


Student-Initiated Drop/Add Deadline: 
 
The deadline for student-initiated schedule changes is Friday, September 10. If students believe that they need to make a change, they should talk with their advisors and the course teacher to determine the best course of action. 
 

To officially make a request students must provide a signed Drop/Add Form available from Mrs. Bowles.

 

Mask Message from Mr. Thorsen

Reminder: Starting today, if you are not wearing your mask appropriately you will serve Community Restoration (Detention) on Wednesday at 7:40. Thank you in advance for following the rules and for helping us stay safe and stay in school together!


ACAD UPDATE


image - 2021-09-08T094011.694

“Chamberlain is having an amazing cheer season. She is totally committed, never complains, and always does exactly what she needs to for herself and her team. She is always prepared, ready to cheer, and does everything with a big smile on her face! Chamberlain always jumps right in and shows how much she loves and cares for the Athens Academy Spartans! She is constantly showing spirit and cheering on the Spartans without hesitation. Chamberlain is kind, thoughtful, and always looking to improve herself at practices and games. We are so blessed to have Chamberlain as one of our Spartan Cheerleaders and are so proud of the improvements she has made so far! Way to go, Chamberlain!” – Kelsie Webb, Head Coach, Varsity Cheerleading

image - 2021-09-08T094151.100

image - 2021-09-08T094147.691


 

17 applications are now open!
 
Please note the following deadlines and feel free to stop by the Dean’s office with questions.
 
Friday September 10 – applications due with a 4:00pm cut off
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA
 

17 will provide service to Athens Academy as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors. The young men and women of 17 will seek to serve Athens Academy at all functions where it is desired to have students welcome guests and visitors to Athens Academy. 17 seeks to advance Athens Academy through service to the offices of The Head of School, Athletic Director, Fine Arts Director, Chair of Service and Leadership, Admissions Director, Division Directors, and other Athens Academy departments or events. 


Student Council Constitution

Reminder to candidates: Speeches Due by 4:00 today! Email to Farmer, Olson and your grade coordinator.


Spread the Love Campaign!!

Seniors vs. Freshmen!!!

Juniors vs. Sophomores!!

Winners receive a full dress down day! Losers receive donut holes…

Synovus Spread the Love

pb&j


Homecoming Theme: Movie Genres!

Juniors will vote on their genre Wednesday.

Sophomores will vote on their genre Thursday.

Freshmen will vote on their genre Friday.

*** When you are choosing your type of movie, keep in mind that each class will create a float, banner, ceiling tile, noise-makers for the parade and you’ll be dressing up as your theme too!


 

Club Draft Registration – Due Today by 4:00!

Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


 

Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


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, September 7

 

Happy Birthday

September 6 – Thomas Ferland
September 6 – Anya Patel
September 6 – Julianna Lumpkin
September 7 – Lee Chandler
September 8 – Wally Terrell
September 9 – Lena Ungerman
September 9 – Kymel Williams
September 10 – Daniel Huang
September 10 – Camden Lang
September 11 – Cole Dowd
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5324
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
Two 12-year-old beluga whales were rescued from captivity in an aquarium in Shanghai, China, and moved to an open water sanctuary in Iceland!
image - 2021-09-06T163800.609

 


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is an A Day!


Student-Initiated Drop/Add Deadline: 
 
The deadline for student-initiated schedule changes is Friday, September 10. If students believe that they need to make a change, they should talk with their advisors and the course teacher to determine the best course of action. 
 

To officially make a request students must provide a signed Drop/Add Form available from Mrs. Bowles.

 

Mask Message from Mr. Thorsen

Reminder: Starting today, if you are not wearing your mask appropriately you will serve Community Restoration (Detention) on Wednesday at 7:40. Thank you in advance for following the rules and for helping us stay safe and stay in school together!


 

ACAD UPDATE


17 applications are now open!
 
Please note the following deadlines and feel free to stop by the Dean’s office with questions.
 
Friday September 10 – applications due with a 4:00pm cut off
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA
 

17 will provide service to Athens Academy as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors. The young men and women of 17 will seek to serve Athens Academy at all functions where it is desired to have students welcome guests and visitors to Athens Academy. 17 seeks to advance Athens Academy through service to the offices of The Head of School, Athletic Director, Fine Arts Director, Chair of Service and Leadership, Admissions Director, Division Directors, and other Athens Academy departments or events. 


Student Council Constitution

Reminder to candidates: Speeches Due by 4:00 tomorrow!


Spread the Love Campaign!!

Seniors vs. Freshmen!!!

Juniors vs. Sophomores!!

Winners receive a full dress down day! Losers receive donut holes…

Synovus Spread the Love

pb&j


Homecoming Theme: Movie Genres!

Seniors will vote on their genre today.

Juniors will vote on their genre Wednesday.

Sophomores will vote on their genre Thursday.

Freshmen will vote on their genre Friday.

*** When you are choosing your type of movie, keep in mind that each class will create a float, banner, ceiling tile, noise-makers for the parade and you’ll be dressing up as your theme too!


 

Club Draft Registration

Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


 

images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


 

Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


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, September 3

 

Happy Birthday

September 2 – Jacob Meyer
September 2 – DJ Sumbry Jr
September 3 – Asha Ballantyne
September 3 – Mara Thomas
September 4 – Hanna McLean
September 5 – David Liu
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5229
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Chapman’s pygmy chameleon has been rediscovered recently after being thought to be long extinct!

AF126E21-F898-4AB0-8A01-417371A2B63B


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is an B Day!


Mask Message from Mr. Thorsen


TODAY at 9:45:

10th, 11th, 12th: Go to Advisory (if you are running for class officer, check in with your advisor and then meet in Myers Gallery)

9th: Class Meeting in PH


ACAD UPDATE


 

17 applications are now open!

 
 
Please note the following deadlines and feel free to stop by the Dean’s office with questions.
 
Friday September 10 – applications due with a 4:00pm cut off
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA
 

17 will provide service to Athens Academy as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors. The young men and women of 17 will seek to serve Athens Academy at all functions where it is desired to have students welcome guests and visitors to Athens Academy. 17 seeks to advance Athens Academy through service to the offices of The Head of School, Athletic Director, Fine Arts Director, Chair of Service and Leadership, Admissions Director, Division Directors, and other Athens Academy departments or events. 


Spread the Love Campaign!!

Seniors vs. Freshmen!!!

Juniors vs. Sophomores!!

Winners receive a full dress down day! Losers receive donut holes…

Synovus Spread the Love

pb&j


Congratulations to juniors Jackson Scruggs & Sarah Harrison for being named Spartans of the Week (Week of August 30)“Although they are both Juniors, Jackson Scruggs and Sarah Harrison are the front runners on our 2021 Cross Country teams.  Both Jackson and Sarah lead by example.  They have logged their miles over the summer and bring effort and enthusiasm to every practice.  Their hard work this summer has paid off as each has brought home an individual title early this season.  Congratulations to Sarah who won the East Jackson State Races in dominating fashion.  Jackson won the North Georgia Championship Varsity Race by 9 seconds.  It’s early and both of these runners are poised for strong seasons!” – Geoffrey Walton, Head Coach, Varsity Cross Country

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image - 2021-08-30T093732.917

The cross country teams performed well this past Saturday at the North Georgia Championships and host a meet this Saturday starting at 9:00 am.
 
The football team traveled to Charlotte Country Day this past Friday and won 33-9. The team travels to longtime rival Commerce, Friday with kickoff at 7:30 pm…..yes, Commerce has changed their kickoff time from their traditional 8:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
 
The volleyball team remains undefeated on the season at 19-0 after winning all 5 matches Saturday during the annual Varsity PlayDate in the Sinkwich Spartan Center and travels to Morgan Co Tuesday to play Morgan Co and Sandy Creek.

Club Draft Registration

Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


Check out ACAD Update


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


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, September 2

 

Happy Birthday

September 2 – Jacob Meyer
September 2 – DJ Sumbry Jr
September 3 – Asha Ballantyne
September 3 – Mara Thomas
September 4 – Hanna McLean
September 5 – David Liu
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5229
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Chapman’s pygmy chameleon has been rediscovered recently after being thought to be long extinct!

AF126E21-F898-4AB0-8A01-417371A2B63B


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is an A Day!


Mask Message from Mr. Thorsen


This Friday at 9:45:

10th, 11th, 12th: Go to Advisory (if you are running for class officer, check in with your advisor and then meet in Myers Gallery)

9th: Class Meeting in PH


 
17 applications are now open!
 
Please note the following deadlines and feel free to stop by the Dean’s office with questions.
 
Friday September 10 – applications due with a 4:00pm cut off
Monday September 20 – Group interviews
Wednesday September 22 – Individual Interviews with Arch Society of UGA
 

17 will provide service to Athens Academy as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors. The young men and women of 17 will seek to serve Athens Academy at all functions where it is desired to have students welcome guests and visitors to Athens Academy. 17 seeks to advance Athens Academy through service to the offices of The Head of School, Athletic Director, Fine Arts Director, Chair of Service and Leadership, Admissions Director, Division Directors, and other Athens Academy departments or events. 


Spread the Love Campaign!!

Seniors vs. Freshmen!!!

Juniors vs. Sophomores!!

Winners receive a full dress down day! Losers receive donut holes…

Synovus Spread the Love


Congratulations to juniors Jackson Scruggs & Sarah Harrison for being named Spartans of the Week (Week of August 30)“Although they are both Juniors, Jackson Scruggs and Sarah Harrison are the front runners on our 2021 Cross Country teams.  Both Jackson and Sarah lead by example.  They have logged their miles over the summer and bring effort and enthusiasm to every practice.  Their hard work this summer has paid off as each has brought home an individual title early this season.  Congratulations to Sarah who won the East Jackson State Races in dominating fashion.  Jackson won the North Georgia Championship Varsity Race by 9 seconds.  It’s early and both of these runners are poised for strong seasons!” – Geoffrey Walton, Head Coach, Varsity Cross Country

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image - 2021-08-30T093728.627

image - 2021-08-30T093732.917

The cross country teams performed well this past Saturday at the North Georgia Championships and host a meet this Saturday starting at 9:00 am.
 
The football team traveled to Charlotte Country Day this past Friday and won 33-9. The team travels to longtime rival Commerce, Friday with kickoff at 7:30 pm…..yes, Commerce has changed their kickoff time from their traditional 8:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
 
The volleyball team remains undefeated on the season at 19-0 after winning all 5 matches Saturday during the annual Varsity PlayDate in the Sinkwich Spartan Center and travels to Morgan Co Tuesday to play Morgan Co and Sandy Creek.

Club Draft Registration

Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


Check out ACAD Update


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


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, September 1

 

Happy Birthday

September 2 – Jacob Meyer
September 2 – DJ Sumbry Jr
September 3 – Asha Ballantyne
September 3 – Mara Thomas
September 4 – Hanna McLean
September 5 – David Liu
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5229
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Chapman’s pygmy chameleon has been rediscovered recently after being thought to be long extinct!

AF126E21-F898-4AB0-8A01-417371A2B63B


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is a B Day!


Honors Day – TODAY – Special Schedule

No Late Start

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 8 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 5 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 7 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 6 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – 9-11th Honors Assembly (60 min.)

*** Invitations have been sent to students who are expected to attend. If you have not received an invitation, we would love to have you join us but you are not required to attend. You may leave after Pd. 6!

***Students attending Honors Day may wear regular school clothes but “look nice”.

***The middle row of the Senior Parking Lot will be reserved for families attending the Honors Day Ceremony so please be aware of that in the morning.


 This Friday at 9:45:

10th, 11th, 12th: Go to Advisory

9th: Class Meeting in PH


Congratulations to juniors Jackson Scruggs & Sarah Harrison for being named Spartans of the Week (Week of August 30)“Although they are both Juniors, Jackson Scruggs and Sarah Harrison are the front runners on our 2021 Cross Country teams.  Both Jackson and Sarah lead by example.  They have logged their miles over the summer and bring effort and enthusiasm to every practice.  Their hard work this summer has paid off as each has brought home an individual title early this season.  Congratulations to Sarah who won the East Jackson State Races in dominating fashion.  Jackson won the North Georgia Championship Varsity Race by 9 seconds.  It’s early and both of these runners are poised for strong seasons!” – Geoffrey Walton, Head Coach, Varsity Cross Country

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image - 2021-08-30T093728.627

image - 2021-08-30T093732.917

The cross country teams performed well this past Saturday at the North Georgia Championships and host a meet this Saturday starting at 9:00 am.
 
The football team traveled to Charlotte Country Day this past Friday and won 33-9. The team travels to longtime rival Commerce, Friday with kickoff at 7:30 pm…..yes, Commerce has changed their kickoff time from their traditional 8:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
 
The volleyball team remains undefeated on the season at 19-0 after winning all 5 matches Saturday during the annual Varsity PlayDate in the Sinkwich Spartan Center and travels to Morgan Co Tuesday to play Morgan Co and Sandy Creek.

Club Draft Registration

Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


Check out ACAD Update


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


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, August 31

 

Happy Birthday

September 2 – Jacob Meyer
September 2 – DJ Sumbry Jr
September 3 – Asha Ballantyne
September 3 – Mara Thomas
September 4 – Hanna McLean
September 5 – David Liu
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5229
 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.
The Chapman’s pygmy chameleon has been rediscovered recently after being thought to be long extinct!

AF126E21-F898-4AB0-8A01-417371A2B63B


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is a A Day!


9-11th Honors Assembly Schedule, this Wednesday, September 1st!

No Late Start

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 8 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 5 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 7 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 6 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – 9-11th Honors Assembly (60 min.)

*** Invitations have been sent to students who are expected to attend. If you have not received an invitation, we would love to have you join us but you are not required to attend. You may leave after Pd. 6!

***Students attending Honors Day may wear regular school clothes but “look nice”.


Friday at 9:45:

10th, 11th, 12th: Go to Advisory

9th: Class Meeting in PH



Congratulations to juniors Jackson Scruggs & Sarah Harrison for being named Spartans of the Week (Week of August 30)“Although they are both Juniors, Jackson Scruggs and Sarah Harrison are the front runners on our 2021 Cross Country teams.  Both Jackson and Sarah lead by example.  They have logged their miles over the summer and bring effort and enthusiasm to every practice.  Their hard work this summer has paid off as each has brought home an individual title early this season.  Congratulations to Sarah who won the East Jackson State Races in dominating fashion.  Jackson won the North Georgia Championship Varsity Race by 9 seconds.  It’s early and both of these runners are poised for strong seasons!” – Geoffrey Walton, Head Coach, Varsity Cross Country

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image - 2021-08-30T093728.627

image - 2021-08-30T093732.917

The cross country teams performed well this past Saturday at the North Georgia Championships and host a meet this Saturday starting at 9:00 am.
 
The football team traveled to Charlotte Country Day this past Friday and won 33-9. The team travels to longtime rival Commerce, Friday with kickoff at 7:30 pm…..yes, Commerce has changed their kickoff time from their traditional 8:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
 
The volleyball team remains undefeated on the season at 19-0 after winning all 5 matches Saturday during the annual Varsity PlayDate in the Sinkwich Spartan Center and travels to Morgan Co Tuesday to play Morgan Co and Sandy Creek.

Club Draft Registration

Athens Academy Club Information and FAQ’s


Check out ACAD Update


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


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, August 30

 

Happy Birthday

 
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
IMG_5229
 

 

Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

The Chapman’s pygmy chameleon has been rediscovered recently after being thought to be long extinct!

AF126E21-F898-4AB0-8A01-417371A2B63B


 

Anouncements

 


This is an B Week! Today is a B Day!


9-11th Honors Assembly Schedule, this Wednesday, September 1st!

No Late Start

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 8 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 5 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 7 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 6 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – 9-11th Honors Assembly (60 min.)

*** Invitations have been sent to students who are expected to attend. If you have not received an invitation, we would love to have you join us but you are not required to attend. You may leave after Pd. 6!


 

Talking Dog Applications Open for Juniors and Seniors!!


Congratulations to juniors Jackson Scruggs & Sarah Harrison for being named Spartans of the Week (Week of August 30)“Although they are both Juniors, Jackson Scruggs and Sarah Harrison are the front runners on our 2021 Cross Country teams.  Both Jackson and Sarah lead by example.  They have logged their miles over the summer and bring effort and enthusiasm to every practice.  Their hard work this summer has paid off as each has brought home an individual title early this season.  Congratulations to Sarah who won the East Jackson State Races in dominating fashion.  Jackson won the North Georgia Championship Varsity Race by 9 seconds.  It’s early and both of these runners are poised for strong seasons!” – Geoffrey Walton, Head Coach, Varsity Cross Country

image (100)

image - 2021-08-30T093723.864

image - 2021-08-30T093728.627

image - 2021-08-30T093732.917

The cross country teams performed well this past Saturday at the North Georgia Championships and host a meet this Saturday starting at 9:00 am.
 
The football team traveled to Charlotte Country Day this past Friday and won 33-9. The team travels to longtime rival Commerce, Friday with kickoff at 7:30 pm…..yes, Commerce has changed their kickoff time from their traditional 8:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
 
The volleyball team remains undefeated on the season at 19-0 after winning all 5 matches Saturday during the annual Varsity PlayDate in the Sinkwich Spartan Center and travels to Morgan Co Tuesday to play Morgan Co and Sandy Creek.

Check out ACAD Update


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:30.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


 

Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Interested in running for a Class Officer position?
Check out this document to learn more: Student Government Constitution
 
Stop by the Deans’ office and we can tell you more too!
 
 

useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, August 27

 

Happy Birthday

 
Matt Can- August 27
Ashton Beck – August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than half a million net people will have risen above extreme poverty this week! (Extreme poverty defined as living on less than $1.90 per day)


 

Anouncements

 


This is an A Week! Today is a A Day!


 

Talking Dog Applications Open for Juniors and Seniors!!


Check out ACAD Update


images

Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 


Congratulations to senior Addison Ollendick-Smith for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK (week of August 16)!
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“Addison has started off her senior season by playing some great volleyball!  She has led our team to a 10-0 start with strong performances on offense and defense.  She is our team motivator and has a great attitude.  We are looking forward to a great season with Addison as our leader! Go Spartans!” – Jane Thomas, Head Coach, Varsity Volleyball

 


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This is a great article shared from Mr. Thorsen:
 
 
Please continue to be diligent about wearing your masks! We want to keep our community safe and be together in person!

 
SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks are now available everyday from 9:30-11:50.

The Tillman Center Staff has been so kind to extend the time for you to go in and get a snack. You may go in and sit at a table if you would like to do that too! They just ask that you are diligent about picking up your trash and cleaning the table when you leave. Please show them your appreciation by doing so!


 

Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Interested in running for a Class Officer position?
Check out this document to learn more: Student Government Constitution
 
Stop by the Deans’ office and we can tell you more too!
 
 
 
Sign up sheets available on Deans’ Door- Tuesday, Aug. 24
Last day to sign up – Monday, Aug. 30
Scheduled Meeting with Deans – Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Speeches Due – Wednesday, Sept. 8
Speeches/Elections/Voting – Monday, Sept. 13

useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, August 26

 

Happy Birthday

 
Matt Can- August 27
Ashton Beck – August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than half a million net people will have risen above extreme poverty this week! (Extreme poverty defined as living on less than $1.90 per day)


 

Anouncements

 


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Olaf says….”Wear Your Mask”!


This is an A Week! Today is a B Day!


Honor Statement Signing Today!

 
Go to your advisor/advisory for Seminar at 9:45 and bring a pen!
 
Remember that the act of signing is pledging yourself to both the honor code and to upholding who we are as a community.
 
Please take a minute to review the Honor Statement, including the Honor Pledge that you will write on academic work.
 

Talking Dog Applications Open for Juniors and Seniors!!


Check out ACAD Update


Class Meeting Locations for Friday at 9:45

Freshmen – PH

Sophomores – Lampkin Lobby

Juniors – Tillman Center

Seniors – Myers Gallery


Congratulations to senior Addison Ollendick-Smith for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK (week of August 16)!
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“Addison has started off her senior season by playing some great volleyball!  She has led our team to a 10-0 start with strong performances on offense and defense.  She is our team motivator and has a great attitude.  We are looking forward to a great season with Addison as our leader! Go Spartans!” – Jane Thomas, Head Coach, Varsity Volleyball

 


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This is a great article shared from Mr. Thorsen:
 
 
Please continue to be diligent about wearing your masks! We want to keep our community safe and be together in person!

 
SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks Available during these times:

Monday: 9:45-10:10
Tuesday: 9:45-10:10
Wednesday: 10:10-10:30
Thursday: 9:45-10:20
Friday: 9:45-10:10

 


Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Interested in running for a Class Officer position?
Check out this document to learn more: Student Government Constitution
 
Stop by the Deans’ office and we can tell you more too!
 
 
 
Sign up sheets available on Deans’ Door- Tuesday, Aug. 24
Last day to sign up – Monday, Aug. 30
Scheduled Meeting with Deans – Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Speeches Due – Wednesday, Sept. 8
Speeches/Elections/Voting – Monday, Sept. 13

useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, August 25

 

Happy Birthday

 
Matt Can- August 27
Ashton Beck – August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than half a million net people will have risen above extreme poverty this week! (Extreme poverty defined as living on less than $1.90 per day)


 

Anouncements

 


This is an A Week! Today is a A Day! Sleep in a bit but be in class ready to go at 8:45!


Talking Dog Applications Open for Juniors and Seniors!!


Check out ACAD Update


Class Meeting Locations for Friday at 9:45

Freshmen – PH

Sophomores – Lampkin Lobby

Juniors – Tillman Center

Seniors – Myers Gallery


Congratulations to senior Addison Ollendick-Smith for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK (week of August 16)!
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“Addison has started off her senior season by playing some great volleyball!  She has led our team to a 10-0 start with strong performances on offense and defense.  She is our team motivator and has a great attitude.  We are looking forward to a great season with Addison as our leader! Go Spartans!” – Jane Thomas, Head Coach, Varsity Volleyball

 


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This is a great article shared from Mr. Thorsen:
 
 
Please continue to be diligent about wearing your masks! We want to keep our community safe and be together in person!

 
SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


TAKE NOTE, SENIORS:

Don’t forget that Senior College Night takes place TONIGHT at 7:00 pm. We will meet in person in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall to make some important announcements and to discuss the college application process at Athens Academy.

One parent should come with you – yes, Senior, you should attend!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks Available during these times:

Monday: 9:45-10:10
Tuesday: 9:45-10:10
Wednesday: 10:10-10:30
Thursday: 9:45-10:20
Friday: 9:45-10:10

 


Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Interested in running for a Class Officer position?
Check out this document to learn more: Student Government Constitution
 
Stop by the Deans’ office and we can tell you more too!
 
 
 
Sign up sheets available on Deans’ Door- Tuesday, Aug. 24
Last day to sign up – Monday, Aug. 30
Scheduled Meeting with Deans – Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Speeches Due – Wednesday, Sept. 8
Speeches/Elections/Voting – Monday, Sept. 13

useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, August 24

 

Happy Birthday

John Hays- June 2
Ben Shar- June 4
Clara Jane Williams- June 4
Sydney Elrod- June 6
Frans Pienaar- June 6
Jamari Welch- June 6
Rachel Wicker- June 6
Clementine Acheson- June 7
Leo Gabara- June 7
Bo Manoll- June 10
Lilly Manoll- June 10
Gio Newsome- June 10
Ryland Marley- June 11
Thomas Collins- June 14
Ben Kesterson- June 15
Jimmy Humphries- June 17
Mark Tribble- June 17
Molly Smith- June 18
Charlie Sanderlin- June 19
Tristan Puckett- June 20
Jane Frierson- June 21
Popi Marquez- June 22
Emi Waldron- June 22
Safi Uddin- June 23
Jack Abernathy- June 24
Jonas Barnes- June 24
Courtney Coffeen- June 25
Rodrigo Vega- June 25
Ella Pulliam- June 27
Andrew Hill- June 28
Emmeline Land- June 30
Brennan Smith- June 30
Elliott Brown- July 2
Landrum Brown- July 2
William McKillip- July 2
Mikaella Murph- July 2
Kate Farmer- July 3
Ann Hayes Shaifer- July 3
Oliver Carrigan- July 6
Lexi Sennowitz- July 8
Mac Young- July 8
Ohm Patel- July 9
Will Wieczorek- July 10
Adam Lefkowitz- July 11
Tom Hollingsworth- July 14
William Murphy- July 15
Madeline Ransom- July 15
Annie Blanks- July 17
Robert Beckum- July 17
William Beckum- July 17
Brooke Farmer- July 17
Henry Smith- July 17
Adelaide Ellis- July 18
Brad DeMent- July 19
Westbrook Adams- July 20
Josh Coven- July 20
Sean Lopez- July 20
Parker Middleton- July 20
Maxwell Bracewell- July 21
Addison Ollendick-Smith- July 23
Will Warner- July 24
Joshua Xie- July 24
Nishil Patel- July 25
Will Hines- July 26
Connor Xie- July 27
Moussa Alserafei- July 30
Andrew Jones- July 30
Asa Drudge- August 1 
Ashton Beck- August 2 
Krish Chawla- August 2 
Walter Hequembourg- August 2 
Brinkley Williams- August 2 
Franklin Williams- August 2 
Anya Zalac- August 4 
George Barkley- August 5 
Taylor Ray-Bush- August 7 
Pratt Ferguson- August 8 
Millie McLanahan- August 8 
Charlie Vaughn- August 10 
Coleman Lowrance- August 11 
Luke De La Fuente- August 12 
Bailey McCurdy- August 14 
Camille Menzies- August 19 
India Sheats- August 19 
Annie Cross- August 20 
Sara Mack Lowe- August 20 
Caroline Woody- August 20 
Jack Mullen- August 21 
Josie Acosta- August 23
Hoke Lucas- August 23
Adair Marvel- August 23
Matt Can- August 27
Ashton Beck – August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than half a million net people will have risen above extreme poverty this week! (Extreme poverty defined as living on less than $1.90 per day)


 

Anouncements

 


This is an A Week! Today is a B Day! At 9:45, go to PH for MMM!


Talking Dog Applications Open for Juniors and Seniors!!


Check out ACAD Update


Class Meeting Locations for Friday at 9:45

Freshmen – PH

Sophomores – Lampkin Lobby

Juniors – Tillman Center

Seniors – Myers Gallery


Congratulations to senior Addison Ollendick-Smith for being named SPARTAN OF THE WEEK (week of August 16)!
unnamed (30)
“Addison has started off her senior season by playing some great volleyball!  She has led our team to a 10-0 start with strong performances on offense and defense.  She is our team motivator and has a great attitude.  We are looking forward to a great season with Addison as our leader! Go Spartans!” – Jane Thomas, Head Coach, Varsity Volleyball
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image1
This is a great article shared from Mr. Thorsen:
 
 
Please continue to be diligent about wearing your masks! We want to keep our community safe and be together in person!

 
SAT at ACAD for Seniors: 
Athens Academy has made arrangements to offer the SAT (without essay) to Athens Academy seniors on Wednesday, October 13. This is the same day when sophomores and juniors take the PSAT, so you will not have to miss school to take this test.  Students have reported in recent years that the convenience and familiarity of testing at school have benefited them.  We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your scores as college application deadlines approach. 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (Registration deadline is September 8, 2021)

 


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


TAKE NOTE, SENIORS:

Don’t forget that Senior College Night takes place TONIGHT at 7:00 pm. We will meet in person in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall to make some important announcements and to discuss the college application process at Athens Academy.

One parent should come with you – yes, Senior, you should attend!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks Available during these times:

Monday: 9:45-10:10
Tuesday: 9:45-10:10
Wednesday: 10:10-10:30
Thursday: 9:45-10:20
Friday: 9:45-10:10

 


Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Interested in running for a Class Officer position?
Check out this document to learn more: Student Government Constitution
 
Stop by the Deans’ office and we can tell you more too!
 
 
 
Sign up sheets available on Deans’ Door- Tuesday, Aug. 24
Last day to sign up – Monday, Aug. 30
Scheduled Meeting with Deans – Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Speeches Due – Wednesday, Sept. 8
Speeches/Elections/Voting – Monday, Sept. 13

useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday, August 23

 

Happy Birthday

John Hays- June 2
Ben Shar- June 4
Clara Jane Williams- June 4
Sydney Elrod- June 6
Frans Pienaar- June 6
Jamari Welch- June 6
Rachel Wicker- June 6
Clementine Acheson- June 7
Leo Gabara- June 7
Bo Manoll- June 10
Lilly Manoll- June 10
Gio Newsome- June 10
Ryland Marley- June 11
Thomas Collins- June 14
Ben Kesterson- June 15
Jimmy Humphries- June 17
Mark Tribble- June 17
Molly Smith- June 18
Charlie Sanderlin- June 19
Tristan Puckett- June 20
Jane Frierson- June 21
Popi Marquez- June 22
Emi Waldron- June 22
Safi Uddin- June 23
Jack Abernathy- June 24
Jonas Barnes- June 24
Courtney Coffeen- June 25
Rodrigo Vega- June 25
Ella Pulliam- June 27
Andrew Hill- June 28
Emmeline Land- June 30
Brennan Smith- June 30
Elliott Brown- July 2
Landrum Brown- July 2
William McKillip- July 2
Mikaella Murph- July 2
Kate Farmer- July 3
Ann Hayes Shaifer- July 3
Oliver Carrigan- July 6
Lexi Sennowitz- July 8
Mac Young- July 8
Ohm Patel- July 9
Will Wieczorek- July 10
Adam Lefkowitz- July 11
Tom Hollingsworth- July 14
William Murphy- July 15
Madeline Ransom- July 15
Annie Blanks- July 17
Robert Beckum- July 17
William Beckum- July 17
Brooke Farmer- July 17
Henry Smith- July 17
Adelaide Ellis- July 18
Brad DeMent- July 19
Westbrook Adams- July 20
Josh Coven- July 20
Sean Lopez- July 20
Parker Middleton- July 20
Maxwell Bracewell- July 21
Addison Ollendick-Smith- July 23
Will Warner- July 24
Joshua Xie- July 24
Nishil Patel- July 25
Will Hines- July 26
Connor Xie- July 27
Moussa Alserafei- July 30
Andrew Jones- July 30
Asa Drudge- August 1 
Ashton Beck- August 2 
Krish Chawla- August 2 
Walter Hequembourg- August 2 
Brinkley Williams- August 2 
Franklin Williams- August 2 
Anya Zalac- August 4 
George Barkley- August 5 
Taylor Ray-Bush- August 7 
Pratt Ferguson- August 8 
Millie McLanahan- August 8 
Charlie Vaughn- August 10 
Coleman Lowrance- August 11 
Luke De La Fuente- August 12 
Bailey McCurdy- August 14 
Camille Menzies- August 19 
India Sheats- August 19 
Annie Cross- August 20 
Sara Mack Lowe- August 20 
Caroline Woody- August 20 
Jack Mullen- August 21 
Josie Acosta- August 23
Hoke Lucas- August 23
Adair Marvel- August 23
Matt Can- August 27
Ashton Beck – August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

More than half a million net people will have risen above extreme poverty this week! (Extreme poverty defined as living on less than $1.90 per day)


Anouncements


This is an A Week! Today is an A Day! At 9:45, go to advisory!


Check out ACAD Update


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


 

TAKE NOTE, SENIORS:

Don’t forget that Senior College Night takes place on Tuesday, August 24, at 7:00 pm. We will meet in person in the Bertelsmann Presentation Hall to make some important announcements and to discuss the college application process at Athens Academy.

One parent should come with you – yes, Senior, you should attend!


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks Available during these times:

Monday: 9:45-10:10
Tuesday: 9:45-10:10
Wednesday: 10:10-10:30
Thursday: 9:45-10:20
Friday: 9:45-10:10


Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Interested in running for a Class Officer position?
Check out this document to learn more: Student Government Constitution
 
Stop by the Deans’ office and we can tell you more too!
 
 
 
Sign up sheets available on Deans’ Door- Tuesday, Aug. 24
Last day to sign up – Monday, Aug. 30
Scheduled Meeting with Deans – Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Speeches Due – Wednesday, Sept. 8
Speeches/Elections/Voting – Monday, Sept. 13

useful links

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday, August 20

 

Happy Birthday

John Hays- June 2
Ben Shar- June 4
Clara Jane Williams- June 4
Sydney Elrod- June 6
Frans Pienaar- June 6
Jamari Welch- June 6
Rachel Wicker- June 6
Clementine Acheson- June 7
Leo Gabara- June 7
Bo Manoll- June 10
Lilly Manoll- June 10
Gio Newsome- June 10
Ryland Marley- June 11
Thomas Collins- June 14
Ben Kesterson- June 15
Jimmy Humphries- June 17
Mark Tribble- June 17
Molly Smith- June 18
Charlie Sanderlin- June 19
Tristan Puckett- June 20
Jane Frierson- June 21
Popi Marquez- June 22
Emi Waldron- June 22
Safi Uddin- June 23
Jack Abernathy- June 24
Jonas Barnes- June 24
Courtney Coffeen- June 25
Rodrigo Vega- June 25
Ella Pulliam- June 27
Andrew Hill- June 28
Emmeline Land- June 30
Brennan Smith- June 30
Elliott Brown- July 2
Landrum Brown- July 2
William McKillip- July 2
Mikaella Murph- July 2
Kate Farmer- July 3
Ann Hayes Shaifer- July 3
Oliver Carrigan- July 6
Lexi Sennowitz- July 8
Mac Young- July 8
Ohm Patel- July 9
Will Wieczorek- July 10
Adam Lefkowitz- July 11
Tom Hollingsworth- July 14
William Murphy- July 15
Madeline Ransom- July 15
Annie Blanks- July 17
Robert Beckum- July 17
William Beckum- July 17
Brooke Farmer- July 17
Henry Smith- July 17
Adelaide Ellis- July 18
Brad DeMent- July 19
Westbrook Adams- July 20
Josh Coven- July 20
Sean Lopez- July 20
Parker Middleton- July 20
Maxwell Bracewell- July 21
Addison Ollendick-Smith- July 23
Will Warner- July 24
Joshua Xie- July 24
Nishil Patel- July 25
Will Hines- July 26
Connor Xie- July 27
Moussa Alserafei- July 30
Andrew Jones- July 30
Asa Drudge- August 1 
Ashton Beck- August 2 
Krish Chawla- August 2 
Walter Hequembourg- August 2 
Brinkley Williams- August 2 
Franklin Williams- August 2 
Anya Zalac- August 4 
George Barkley- August 5 
Taylor Ray-Bush- August 7 
Pratt Ferguson- August 8 
Millie McLanahan- August 8 
Charlie Vaughn- August 10 
Coleman Lowrance- August 11 
Luke De La Fuente- August 12 
Bailey McCurdy- August 14 
Camille Menzies- August 19 
India Sheats- August 19 
Annie Cross- August 20 
Sara Mack Lowe- August 20 
Caroline Woody- August 20 
Jack Mullen- August 21 
Josie Acosta- August 23
Hoke Lucas- August 23
Adair Marvel- August 23
Matt Can- August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

For four consecutive years, rainforests in Indonesia have seen the lowest rates of deforestation since monitoring began. Recent rainforest protections are making a huge impact, helping preserve biodiversity and slow down decrease in endangered populations like orangutans and clouded leopards.

Here’s the link if anyone is interested in reading more about it:

https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/indonesia-cuts-deforestation-rates-by-75-year-over-year/


 

Anouncements

 


Check out ACAD Update


Chromebook Reminder

Please do not put stickers on your computers, other students will be using them after you. Thank you!


Play Auditions!

Auditions by appointment today 3:30-5:30 in the PH.  Audition signup is taped to the door on Ms. T’s balcony.


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Spartan Spirit Day Today!

You may wear Spartan Spirit Shirts or USA Shirts! Please wear dress code bottoms.

Faculty may wear Spartan Spirit Shirts and Jeans!


Special Schedule for Today! Pep Rally!

 

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 5 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 6 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 7 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:15 – Block 8 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

**At 2:15, go to your advisory to get your yearbooks and then walk with your advisory to Pep Rally**

2:20 – 3:20 – Pep Rally (60 min.)


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza, go wash your hands and grab your lunch. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


Tillman Center Snacks Available during these times:

Monday: 9:45-10:10
Tuesday: 9:45-10:10
Wednesday: 10:10-10:30
Thursday: 9:45-10:20
Friday: 9:45-10:10

 


Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Interested in running for a Class Officer position?
Check out this document to learn more: Student Government Constitution
 
Stop by the Deans’ office and we can tell you more too!
 
 
 
Sign up sheets available on Deans’ Door- Tuesday, Aug. 24
Last day to sign up – Monday, Aug. 30
Scheduled Meeting with Deans – Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Speeches Due – Wednesday, Sept. 8
Speeches/Elections/Voting – Monday, Sept. 13

useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday, August 19

 

Happy Birthday

John Hays- June 2
Ben Shar- June 4
Clara Jane Williams- June 4
Sydney Elrod- June 6
Frans Pienaar- June 6
Jamari Welch- June 6
Rachel Wicker- June 6
Clementine Acheson- June 7
Leo Gabara- June 7
Bo Manoll- June 10
Lilly Manoll- June 10
Gio Newsome- June 10
Ryland Marley- June 11
Thomas Collins- June 14
Ben Kesterson- June 15
Jimmy Humphries- June 17
Mark Tribble- June 17
Molly Smith- June 18
Charlie Sanderlin- June 19
Tristan Puckett- June 20
Jane Frierson- June 21
Popi Marquez- June 22
Emi Waldron- June 22
Safi Uddin- June 23
Jack Abernathy- June 24
Jonas Barnes- June 24
Courtney Coffeen- June 25
Rodrigo Vega- June 25
Ella Pulliam- June 27
Andrew Hill- June 28
Emmeline Land- June 30
Brennan Smith- June 30
Elliott Brown- July 2
Landrum Brown- July 2
William McKillip- July 2
Mikaella Murph- July 2
Kate Farmer- July 3
Ann Hayes Shaifer- July 3
Oliver Carrigan- July 6
Lexi Sennowitz- July 8
Mac Young- July 8
Ohm Patel- July 9
Will Wieczorek- July 10
Adam Lefkowitz- July 11
Tom Hollingsworth- July 14
William Murphy- July 15
Madeline Ransom- July 15
Annie Blanks- July 17
Robert Beckum- July 17
William Beckum- July 17
Brooke Farmer- July 17
Henry Smith- July 17
Adelaide Ellis- July 18
Brad DeMent- July 19
Westbrook Adams- July 20
Josh Coven- July 20
Sean Lopez- July 20
Parker Middleton- July 20
Maxwell Bracewell- July 21
Addison Ollendick-Smith- July 23
Will Warner- July 24
Joshua Xie- July 24
Nishil Patel- July 25
Will Hines- July 26
Connor Xie- July 27
Moussa Alserafei- July 30
Andrew Jones- July 30
Asa Drudge- August 1 
Ashton Beck- August 2 
Krish Chawla- August 2 
Walter Hequembourg- August 2 
Brinkley Williams- August 2 
Franklin Williams- August 2 
Anya Zalac- August 4 
George Barkley- August 5 
Taylor Ray-Bush- August 7 
Pratt Ferguson- August 8 
Millie McLanahan- August 8 
Charlie Vaughn- August 10 
Coleman Lowrance- August 11 
Luke De La Fuente- August 12 
Bailey McCurdy- August 14 
Camille Menzies- August 19 
India Sheats- August 19 
Annie Cross- August 20 
Sara Mack Lowe- August 20 
Caroline Woody- August 20 
Jack Mullen- August 21 
Josie Acosta- August 23
Hoke Lucas- August 23
Adair Marvel- August 23
Matt Can- August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

For four consecutive years, rainforests in Indonesia have seen the lowest rates of deforestation since monitoring began. Recent rainforest protections are making a huge impact, helping preserve biodiversity and slow down decrease in endangered populations like orangutans and clouded leopards.

Here’s the link if anyone is interested in reading more about it:

https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/indonesia-cuts-deforestation-rates-by-75-year-over-year/


 

Anouncements

 


Play Auditions!

Auditions will be by appointment Thursday and Friday 3:30-5:30 in the PH.  Audition signup is taped to the door on Ms. T’s balcony.


Congratulations to our football team for winning their game against Westminster 10-3!

Congratulations to our volleyball team for starting the season with a 9-0 record!

Congratulations to our CC team who had a great meet at East Jackson! Top 10 finishers: Jackson Scruggs, Sarah Harrison, Nat Lavender, Davis McLanahan, Emily Coggins and Will DeLoach!


This Week’s Schedule:

Thursday – B Week,  A Day

Friday – B Week, B Day but special schedule – see below


Today is a regular A Day for a B Week, but we do have an assembly, not seminar

Pd. 1 8:10-9:40

All School Assembly 9:45-10:20 (go straight to PH and look for your advisor to know where to sit)

Pd. 2 10:30-11:50

Pd. 4 Either 12:00-1:25 or 12:25-1:50 depending on lunch (1st lunch: 11:55-1:25; 2nd lunch: 1:25-1:55)

Pd. 3 2:00-3:20

 


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


Thursday, August 19th

9:45 Special Assembly

Go to the PH instead of your advisory location


Spartan Spirit Day Friday!

You may wear Spartan Spirit Shirts this Friday! Please wear dress code bottoms.

Faculty may wear Spartan Spirit Shirts and Jeans!


Friday, August 20th

Special Schedule for Today! Pep Rally!

 

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 5 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 6 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 7 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 8 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

**At 2:15, go to your advisory to get your yearbooks and then walk with your advisory to Pep Rally**

2:20 – 3:20 – Pep Rally (60 min.)


Tillman Center Announcement:

Upper School Students are not allowed in the Tillman Center when Middle School Students are using it. Middle School finishes lunch at 11:55. Most of the time there are many Upper School Students either going in or lined up right at the door, waiting to get in before 11:55. PLEASE do not be on the ramp going down to the Tillman Center. Wait in Lampkin Plaza. Let’s give the Middle School Students room to leave! Thank you for your help with this!

Please wear your mask when you go into the Tillman Center and while you wait in line. You may take it off when you get to your seat to eat.


 

Tillman Center Snacks Available during these times:

Monday: 9:45-10:10
Tuesday: 9:45-10:10
Wednesday: 10:10-10:30
Thursday: 9:45-10:20
Friday: 9:45-10:10

Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Info/Sign-ups – Friday, Aug. 20
MMM Announcement – Tuesday, Aug. 24
Last day to sign up – Monday, Aug. 30
Meeting with Deans – Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Speeches Due – Wednesday, Sept. 8
Speeches/Elections/Voting – Monday, Sept. 13

useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday, August 18

 

Happy Birthday

John Hays- June 2
Ben Shar- June 4
Clara Jane Williams- June 4
Sydney Elrod- June 6
Frans Pienaar- June 6
Jamari Welch- June 6
Rachel Wicker- June 6
Clementine Acheson- June 7
Leo Gabara- June 7
Bo Manoll- June 10
Lilly Manoll- June 10
Gio Newsome- June 10
Ryland Marley- June 11
Thomas Collins- June 14
Ben Kesterson- June 15
Jimmy Humphries- June 17
Mark Tribble- June 17
Molly Smith- June 18
Charlie Sanderlin- June 19
Tristan Puckett- June 20
Jane Frierson- June 21
Popi Marquez- June 22
Emi Waldron- June 22
Safi Uddin- June 23
Jack Abernathy- June 24
Jonas Barnes- June 24
Courtney Coffeen- June 25
Rodrigo Vega- June 25
Ella Pulliam- June 27
Andrew Hill- June 28
Emmeline Land- June 30
Brennan Smith- June 30
Elliott Brown- July 2
Landrum Brown- July 2
William McKillip- July 2
Mikaella Murph- July 2
Kate Farmer- July 3
Ann Hayes Shaifer- July 3
Oliver Carrigan- July 6
Lexi Sennowitz- July 8
Mac Young- July 8
Ohm Patel- July 9
Will Wieczorek- July 10
Adam Lefkowitz- July 11
Tom Hollingsworth- July 14
William Murphy- July 15
Madeline Ransom- July 15
Annie Blanks- July 17
Robert Beckum- July 17
William Beckum- July 17
Brooke Farmer- July 17
Henry Smith- July 17
Adelaide Ellis- July 18
Brad DeMent- July 19
Westbrook Adams- July 20
Josh Coven- July 20
Sean Lopez- July 20
Parker Middleton- July 20
Maxwell Bracewell- July 21
Addison Ollendick-Smith- July 23
Will Warner- July 24
Joshua Xie- July 24
Nishil Patel- July 25
Will Hines- July 26
Connor Xie- July 27
Moussa Alserafei- July 30
Andrew Jones- July 30
Asa Drudge- August 1 
Ashton Beck- August 2 
Krish Chawla- August 2 
Walter Hequembourg- August 2 
Brinkley Williams- August 2 
Franklin Williams- August 2 
Anya Zalac- August 4 
George Barkley- August 5 
Taylor Ray-Bush- August 7 
Pratt Ferguson- August 8 
Millie McLanahan- August 8 
Charlie Vaughn- August 10 
Coleman Lowrance- August 11 
Luke De La Fuente- August 12 
Bailey McCurdy- August 14 
Camille Menzies- August 19 
India Sheats- August 19 
Annie Cross- August 20 
Sara Mack Lowe- August 20 
Caroline Woody- August 20 
Jack Mullen- August 21 
Josie Acosta- August 23
Hoke Lucas- August 23
Adair Marvel- August 23
Matt Can- August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

For four consecutive years, rainforests in Indonesia have seen the lowest rates of deforestation since monitoring began. Recent rainforest protections are making a huge impact, helping preserve biodiversity and slow down decrease in endangered populations like orangutans and clouded leopards.

Here’s the link if anyone is interested in reading more about it:

https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/indonesia-cuts-deforestation-rates-by-75-year-over-year/


 

Anouncements

 


Play Auditions!

The audition workshop for the all female Fall One Act Play is today on the PH stage from 3:30-5:30.  Auditions will be by appointment Thursday and Friday 3:30-5:30 in the PH.  Audition signup is taped to the door on Ms. T’s balcony.


Congratulations to our football team for winning their game against Westminster 10-3!

Congratulations to our volleyball team for starting the season with a 9-0 record!

Congratulations to our CC team who had a great meet at East Jackson! Top 10 finishers: Jackson Scruggs, Sarah Harrison, Nat Lavender, Davis McLanahan, Emily Coggins and Will DeLoach!


This Week’s Schedule:

Wednesday – B Week, B Day (see below)

Thursday – B Week,  A Day

Friday – B Week, B Day but special schedule – see below


Today is a regular B Day for a B Week

Late Start (see below for information on late start)

Pd.8 8:45-10:10

Break 10:10-10:30

Pd. 5 10:30-11:50

Pd. 7 12:00-1:25 or 12:25-1:50 depending on your lunch

(First Lunch: 11:55-12:25, Second Lunch: 1:25-1:55)

Pd. 6 2:00-3:20


Late Start

Each Wednesday, you (all grades!) get to sleep in a little! Your first class starts at 8:45 instead of 8:10. You must be in your class and ready to go at 8:45. If you are late, you need to sign in with the QR Code.

You are more than welcome to be here earlier! If you do arrive before 8:45, just sign in with a QR Code in a common space, Deans’ office or at the front desk. You may hang out in any common space or the library.


 

Thursday, August 19th

9:45 Special Assembly

Go to the PH instead of your advisory location


Friday, August 20th

Special Schedule for Today! Pep Rally!

 

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 5 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 6 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 7 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 8 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – Pep Rally (60 min.)


Tillman Center Snacks Available during these times:

Monday: 9:45-10:10
Tuesday: 9:45-10:10
Wednesday: 10:10-10:30
Thursday: 9:45-10:20
Friday: 9:45-10:10

 


Club Draft Assembly: Monday, September 13th

You’ll hear all about our clubs from club leaders!


Student Government Elections

Info/Sign-ups – Friday, Aug. 20
MMM Announcement – Tuesday, Aug. 24
Last day to sign up – Monday, Aug. 30
Meeting with Deans – Aug. 31 – Sept. 3
Speeches Due – Wednesday, Sept. 8
Speeches/Elections/Voting – Monday, Sept. 13

useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday, August 17

 

Happy First Day of School Spartans!

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Happy Birthday
John Hays- June 2
Ben Shar- June 4
Clara Jane Williams- June 4
Sydney Elrod- June 6
Frans Pienaar- June 6
Jamari Welch- June 6
Rachel Wicker- June 6
Clementine Acheson- June 7
Leo Gabara- June 7
Bo Manoll- June 10
Lilly Manoll- June 10
Gio Newsome- June 10
Ryland Marley- June 11
Thomas Collins- June 14
Ben Kesterson- June 15
Jimmy Humphries- June 17
Mark Tribble- June 17
Molly Smith- June 18
Charlie Sanderlin- June 19
Tristan Puckett- June 20
Jane Frierson- June 21
Popi Marquez- June 22
Emi Waldron- June 22
Safi Uddin- June 23
Jack Abernathy- June 24
Jonas Barnes- June 24
Courtney Coffeen- June 25
Rodrigo Vega- June 25
Ella Pulliam- June 27
Andrew Hill- June 28
Emmeline Land- June 30
Brennan Smith- June 30
Elliott Brown- July 2
Landrum Brown- July 2
William McKillip- July 2
Mikaella Murph- July 2
Kate Farmer- July 3
Ann Hayes Shaifer- July 3
Oliver Carrigan- July 6
Lexi Sennowitz- July 8
Mac Young- July 8
Ohm Patel- July 9
Will Wieczorek- July 10
Adam Lefkowitz- July 11
Tom Hollingsworth- July 14
William Murphy- July 15
Madeline Ransom- July 15
Annie Blanks- July 17
Robert Beckum- July 17
William Beckum- July 17
Brooke Farmer- July 17
Henry Smith- July 17
Adelaide Ellis- July 18
Brad DeMent- July 19
Westbrook Adams- July 20
Josh Coven- July 20
Sean Lopez- July 20
Parker Middleton- July 20
Maxwell Bracewell- July 21
Addison Ollendick-Smith- July 23
Will Warner- July 24
Joshua Xie- July 24
Nishil Patel- July 25
Will Hines- July 26
Connor Xie- July 27
Moussa Alserafei- July 30
Andrew Jones- July 30
Asa Drudge- August 1 
Ashton Beck- August 2 
Krish Chawla- August 2 
Walter Hequembourg- August 2 
Brinkley Williams- August 2 
Franklin Williams- August 2 
Anya Zalac- August 4 
George Barkley- August 5 
Taylor Ray-Bush- August 7 
Pratt Ferguson- August 8 
Millie McLanahan- August 8 
Charlie Vaughn- August 10 
Coleman Lowrance- August 11 
Luke De La Fuente- August 12 
Bailey McCurdy- August 14 
Camille Menzies- August 19 
India Sheats- August 19 
Annie Cross- August 20 
Sara Mack Lowe- August 20 
Caroline Woody- August 20 
Jack Mullen- August 21 
Josie Acosta- August 23
Hoke Lucas- August 23
Adair Marvel- August 23
Matt Can- August 27
Cristina Vega- August 28
Malone Overend-August 29
Price Swann-August 30
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
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Typography banner card. Vector illustration.

For four consecutive years, rainforests in Indonesia have seen the lowest rates of deforestation since monitoring began. Recent rainforest protections are making a huge impact, helping preserve biodiversity and slow down decrease in endangered populations like orangutans and clouded leopards.

Here’s the link if anyone is interested in reading more about it:

https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/indonesia-cuts-deforestation-rates-by-75-year-over-year/


 

Anouncements

 


IT’S PICTURE DAY!

Please make sure that you get your yearbook picture taken today! The photographers are here from 7:40-3:30 in the Bertlesmann Lobby. You may go during your free period, study hall, lunch or before school.


Congratulations to our football team for winning their game against Westminster 10-3!

Congratulations to our volleyball team for starting the season with a 9-0 record!

Congratulations to our CC team who had a great meet at East Jackson! Top 10 finishers: Jackson Scruggs, Sarah Harrison, Nat Lavender, Davis McLanahan, Emily Coggins and Will DeLoach!


This Week’s Schedule:

Tuesday – A Day but special schedule – see below

Wednesday – B Day

Thursday – A Day

Friday – B Day but special schedule – see below


First Day of School… Tuesday, August 17th

Special Schedule for Today!

 

8:10 – 8:40 – Advisory (30 min.)

8:40 – 8:50 Passing Time

8:50 – 10:15 – Block 4 (85 min.)

10:15 – 10:25 Passing Time

10:25 – 11:50 – Block 3 (85 min.)

11:50 – 12:00 Passing Time

12:00 – 1:50 – Block 2 (85 min.)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

1:50 – 2:00 Passing Time

2:00 – 3:20 – Block 1 (80 min.)


Thursday, August 19th

9:45 Special Assembly in the PH


Friday, August 20th

Special Schedule for Today! Pep Rally!

 

8:10 – 9:30 – Block 5 (80 min.)

9:30 – 9:35 Passing Time

9:35 – 10:55 – Block 6 (80 min.)

10:55 – 11:10 – Break (15 min.)

11:10 – 12:30 – Block 7 (80 min.)

12:30 – 12:35 Passing Time

12:35 – 2:20 – Block 8 (75 min.)

1st Lunch (1:05 – 1:35)

2nd Lunch (1:20 – 1:50)

2:20 – 3:20 – Pep Rally (60 min.)

 


useful links

 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Schedule

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 5.27.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 

 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

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

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

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

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


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

 


Hi Class of 2022,

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

 


 

Schedule for Next Year!

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


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00   TONIGHT

Baseball Facility


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 5.26.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 

 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Monday, May 24 – Friday Schedule

Tuesday, May 25 – Tuesday Schedule

Wednesday, May 26 – Wednesday Schedule

Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

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

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


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

 


Hi Class of 2022,

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

 


 

Schedule for Next Year!

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


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00   This Thursday!

Baseball Facility


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 5.25.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 

 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Monday, May 24 – Friday Schedule

Tuesday, May 25 – Tuesday Schedule

Wednesday, May 26 – Wednesday Schedule

Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

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

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


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

Hi Class of 2022,

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

 


 

 

Schedule for Next Year!

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


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:30-9:00   This Thursday!

Baseball Facility


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 5.24.21

 
Happy Birthday
Philip D
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


Monday, May 24 – Friday Schedule

Tuesday, May 25 – Tuesday Schedule

Wednesday, May 26 – Wednesday Schedule

Thursday, May 27 – Thursday Schedule

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

8:10-8:55 (block 2)

9:00-9:45 (block 5)

9:50-10:35 (block 4)

10:40-11:25 (block 7)


Hi Class of 2022,

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

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

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

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three

Episode Four


Schedule for Next Year!

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


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

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


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 5.20.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


 

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

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

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three

Episode Four


Schedule for Next Year!

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


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

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


Seniors: Meet in PH at 9:30 today!

Fine Arts Recognition and Senior Athletic Awards Assembly


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

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

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

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


Everyone may dress down for the remainder of the year!


 


Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 5.19.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


 

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

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

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three

Episode Four


Schedule for Next Year!

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


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

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


 

 

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 5.18.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


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


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

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

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three

Episode Four


Schedule for Next Year!

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


 

 

Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


 
 

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 5.17.21

 
Happy Birthday
 
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


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


Schedule for Next Year!

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


 

 

Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


 

 

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily FriYAY 5.14.21

 
Happy Birthday
None today
 
 
 
quote of the week
 
 
unnamed (29)
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


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


Schedule for Next Year!

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


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

image (97)

image (98)


 

Junior/Senior Prom

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

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


 

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

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

 


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


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


 

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

4

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

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

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 5.13.21

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

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

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


image (96)

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

image (97)

image (98)


Check out this summer opportunity!

DS&AI Camp Flyer_May10_2021


 

Junior/Senior Prom

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

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


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

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

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

 


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


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


 

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

4

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

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

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 5.12.21

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

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 
 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

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


image (96)

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

image (97)

image (98)


Check out this summer opportunity!

DS&AI Camp Flyer_May10_2021


 

 

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

Andrew’s Video

Survey


 

Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


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

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

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

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


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


 

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

4

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

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

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Tuesday 5.11.21

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

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

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

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

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


image (96)

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

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Check out this summer opportunity!

DS&AI Camp Flyer_May10_2021


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

 

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

Honorable Mention: “The Word” by Nina Killian 

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

 

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


Judiciary Board Elections

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

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

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

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


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

Andrew’s Video

Survey


 

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


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


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

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

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

 


 

 
 

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


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


 

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

4

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

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

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Monday 5.10.21

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

Maggie’s Moment

Dolphins have names for one another.


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

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

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

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


image (96)

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

image (97)

image (98)

 

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

 

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

Honorable Mention: “The Word” by Nina Killian 

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

 

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


Judiciary Board Elections

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

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

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

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


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

Andrew’s Video

Survey


 

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


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


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

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

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

 


 

 
 

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


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


 

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

4

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

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

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Friday 5.7.21

 
 

 Maggie Edwards

 
 
quote of the week
 
image (91)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

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

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


Schedule for Next Year!

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


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

 

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

Honorable Mention: “The Word” by Nina Killian 

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

 

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


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

Andrew’s Video

Survey


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


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


image (92)

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

image (93)

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

 

image (94)

image (95)

 

Weekly Advisory Challenge

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

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

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


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

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

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

 


 

 
 

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


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


 

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

4

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

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

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Thursday 5.6.21

 
Happy Birthday
 

Ainsley Crean

Bowen Xue

 
 
quote of the week
 
image (91)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

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

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


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

 

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

Honorable Mention: “The Word” by Nina Killian 

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

 

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


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

Andrew’s Video

Survey


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


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


image (92)

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

image (93)

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

 

image (94)

image (95)

 

Weekly Advisory Challenge

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

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

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


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

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

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

 


 

 
 

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


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


 

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

4

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

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

 


images
 

HOPE/Zell Miller Info for Seniors

 

Transcript Request

Junior College Night Resources for the class of 2022


Service

Class of 2021 Service Log

Class of 2022 Service Log

Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Service and Leadership frequently Asked Questions

Featured

The ACAD Daily Wednesday 5.5.21

 
Happy Birthday
 

Lukas Stutz

 
 
quote of the week
 
image (91)
 
 
 

Maggie’s Moment

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

 


 
 

Core Values

KINDNESS * TEAMWORK * PASSION * INTEGRITY * COURAGE * RESPECT

 

 
 
Anouncements
 
 

Dress Code

Upper School Code of Conduct

Vehicle Registration 

Sign in and Out Link

Spring Semester Schedule


 

AP guidelines


2021 AP Exam Calendar for Athens Academy


 

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

Andrew’s Video

Survey


 

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


Junior/Senior Prom

May 15th at The Foundry

Get your tickets in the Deans’ Office


Freshmen/Sophomore

Silent Disco Party

May 27th 7:00


image (92)

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

image (93)

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

 

image (94)

image (95)

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

 

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


Weekly Advisory Challenge

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

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

Screenshot 2021-04-28 8.55.02 AM


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

Attention: Rising Juniors and Seniors

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

 


 

 
 

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


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


 

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

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

 
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