Monday – B Week, B Day, 9:45 Advisory
Tuesday – B Week, A Day, 9:45 MMM
Wednesday – B Week, B Day
Thursday – B Week, A Day, 9:45 Seminar (10,11), 9th: Class Meeting
Friday – B Week, B Day, 9:45 Class Meeting for 10th & 11th, Advisory for 9th
***Thursday and Friday – Seniors Exams – Last Day for Seniors***
Athens Academy has been nominated in two categories for the “Best of Athens” Community Choice Awards: Best Private School and Best Preschool. CLICK HERE TO VOTE ONCE A DAY! The contest runs through May 26. Anyone can vote so be sure to share with family and friends! GO SPARTANS!
2023 UGA Data Science & Artificial Intelligence Summer Camp for High School Students
Encouraged by the success of the 2021 Data Science & Artificial Intelligence Summer Camp and due to popular demand, the Department of Statistics at the University of Georgia (UGA) is once again partnering with Data Scientists at Wells Fargo to offer the 2023 Data Science & Artificial Intelligence Summer Camp for High School Students from July 17 – 21, 2023 (8 am to 5 pm).
The camp will be held in person on the campus of the University of Georgia in Room 202 Caldwell Hall, UGA, 302 Herty Drive, Athens, GA 30602. We are expecting to select about 30 high school students (preferably in 10th, 11th, or 12th grade) to participate in this camp. This one-week hands-on learning program will be developed and taught by experienced faculty members from the Department of Statistics and Data Scientists from Wells Fargo.
A snapshot of the 2023 summer camp is given below. For more details see attached flyer:
Registration: Click here
Dates: July 17 to July 21, 2023
Venue: Room 202 Caldwell Hall, UGA
302 Herty Drive, Athens, GA 30602
Parking: Click North Campus Parking Deck
Camp Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Cost for participation: $400
“Katie has had a tremendous year for the Girls Soccer Team. She has pace and is one of our best crossers of the ball I have seen in years. She has been a starting forward for us all year scoring in key games in non region and region games. As we entered into the playoffs, we needed to make some changes for a successful run and we decided to move her to right back. She was selfless and led with outstanding grit. She shutdown some great players in the playoffs and was unbelievable in the state championship game against one of the best players in state. We are excited she is coming back next year and will continue to be one of our key players.” – Judson Hamby, Head Coach Varsity Girls Soccer
Congratulations to the girls’ soccer team for a great season and earning the GHSA Class AA State Runner Up.
Congratulations to the tennis teams for advancing to the Elite Eight before being eliminated by Brantley Co. Great season, Spartans!
Good luck to the Spartan T&F teams competing in the Class AA State Meet Thursday-Saturday at McEachern High School. We had some great results this past weekend during the State Sectionals at East Jackson High School. You can watch the running finals Saturday on NFHS Network.
Congratulations to the following student-athletes who were selected as All Region in their respective sports;
Sam Bush, Hampton Johnson – 1st Team
Brad DeMent – 2nd Team
Parker McCleary, Bo Stephens – Honorable Mention
Rodrigo Vega – 1st Team
Kingsley Lavender – 2nd Team
Lucy Hayes – Goalkeeper of the Year
ClaraJane Williams – 1st Team
McKenna Friesen – 1st Team
Madeline Wicker – 1st Team
Madeline Ransom – 2nd Team
Charlotte Stokes – 2nd Team
Katie Scott – Honorable Mention
Louise Tillman – Honorable Mention
Lily Tillman – Honorable Mention
Rachel Wicker – Honorable Mention
Sarah Woody – Honorable Mention
Weston Smart – Boys Player of the Year
Cohen Tomlinson – 2nd Team
Connor Xie – 2nd Team
Safi Uddin – 2nd Team
Adelaide Ellis – 2nd Team
Avery Roark – 2nd Team
Cristina Vega – 2nd Team
May 17 – Peer Support Project (PSP) is setting up their annual “Kindness Shakes the World” table on May 17. PSP will be making and serving vanilla milk shakes with a toppings table during both lunch periods. Weather permitting, the group will be set up at the end of the drive way under Ms. T’s balcony.
Harry Davis May 9
Anna Kinman May 11
Wade Slatcher May 12
Mills Crosland May 13
Maddy Solomon May 14
Yusura Rahman May 14
Maddy Solomon May 14
You grow through what you go through.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. There is a lot to do between now and the last day of school so be sure to spend at least 30 minutes a day focused exclusively on yourself and your mental well-being. To help you do so, check out information from the Jed Foundation. If you continue to struggle, keep in mind that there are people in your life who are able to help. Just reach out and ask.
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