The ACAD Daily, Friday, April 28




Monday –  B Week, B Day, 9:45 Advisory, 3:20 AP Block 5 Tutorial

Tuesday – B Week, A Day, 9:45 MMM, 3:20 AP Block 1 Tutorial

Wednesday – B Week, B Day, 3:20 AP Block 6 Tutorial

Thursday – B Week, A Day, 9:45 Seminar, 3:20 Block 3 Tutorial

Friday – B Week, B Day, Special Schedule, see below




A friendly reminder: Remember that Lampkin Lobby is closed during both lunches! When you have finished lunch, please hang out in the TC or outside in the Lampkin Plaza until it’s time for your next class.  Thank you so much for your help with this – we do not want to disturb classes that are in session!

 AP Exam Locations

This Friday, April 28 is a special dress day (see below) for all upper school students. This is Cum Laude, Cabaniss Lecture and Honors Day for Seniors. 

Special Schedule

8:10 – 9:20 Block 5  (70 minutes)

9:20 – 9:40 Break 

9:40 – 10:50 Block 6 (70 minutes)

11:00-12:00 Assembly 

12:00 – 1:55 Block 7  (back to normal schedule)

1st Lunch (11:55 – 12:25)

2nd Lunch (1:25 – 1:55)

2:00 – 3:20 Block 8  

From our handbook:

On designated Special Dress days such as Cum Laude, Schacht Lecture, Honors Day and other special occasions:
  • Ties, dress shirts, and dress pants are required for boys.
  • Professional-length skirts, dresses or slacks, and blouses are required for girls; length should be mid-thigh or longer.
  • Dress shoes are required (athletic shoes are not permitted).



Bevan Serna - SOTW

Bevan has been a spectacular athlete for our team this season. He shows up at every practice on time and works very hard to better himself and his teammates. I often notice Bevan helping younger throwers with their technique after he has completed his workout. He gives maximum effort at every competition. Bevan is our number #1 discus and shot put thrower. He is mature, confident, and gives of himself for the benefit of the team. I wish I could clone him. – Neville Anderson, Head Coach Varsity Track & Field

Jane Frierson - SOTW

Jane is another spectacular athlete for our team. She shows up on time at each and every practice. Jane has worked to transform herself into one of our best athletes. She runs the 100m, the 200m, long jumps, and the 4×200 relay. I believe that on her current trajectory of improvement in the sprints, she will be considered one of the best athletes in the state in the near future. On our team of stars, Jane holds her own.& she is another athlete I would clone.– Neville Anderson, Head Coach Varsity Track & Field
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Happy Birthday

Will Dugas Tuesday April 25

Darien Crandell April 25

Parker McCleary Thursday April 27


quote of the week


“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

– Ferris Bueller




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In 1981, the Rolling Stones sang “A smile relieves a heart that grieves.” Now, research is showing this to be true. Even a “fake smile” tricks the brain and causes the release of happiness hormones. Watch this interesting video to learn even more about this. AND if you want to learn other ways to increase your happiness, read this brief article to learn how to trigger the release of your happiness hormones- Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, and Endorphins.


useful links


Upper School Code of Conduct 

Upper School Dress Code

Vehicle Registration 



Blue Sheet Link

College Visit Calendar 

College Visit Formstack



Class of 2023 Service Log

Class of 2024 Service Log

Class of 2025 Service Log

Class of 2026 Service Log



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