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Girls Track Wins Districts

(Melanie Q./Staff) The girls track team traveled to Westerville South to compete against 23 schools for the district title and placed first in a record-breaking day, securing their spot for regionals. Sam F., Olivia L., Melanie Q., and Clara S. won the 4×800 in 10:10.36, and Irena A., Zoya A., Mila B., and Caitlynn H


Girls Tracks Places 3rd at Championships

(Melanie Q./Staff) The girls track team traveled to Whitehall on Thursday, May 11 for the Mid-State League Meet, competing against Bexley, Buckeye Valley, Columbus School for Girls, Grandview Heights, Wellington, Whitehall, and Worthington Christian. With a final score of 109, the girls placed 3rd overall, just six points short of Buckeye Valley. Ella L. claimed


Academy Alumni Competes and Wins Beat Bobby Flay

Chefs Roman Paumier, Bobby Flay, and Avishar Barua on the set of Beat Bobby Flay (Courtesy/Food Network Instagram) On Thursday, May 11, Beat Bobby Flay featured Avishar Danny Barua‘05 in a thrilling, culinary competition. For those unfamiliar with the show, Beat Bobby Flay welcomes notable chefs from all over the country to see if they


Girls Track Dominates the Competition

(Melanie Q.) The girls track team’s results were off the charts when they faced Johnstown, Grove City Christian, Highland, and Licking Heights on Friday, May 5, claiming first place across six events and breaking two school records. In shuttles hurdles, Zoya A., Ella L., Eleanor S., and Sam W. won 1st place in 1:07.96 and


Girls Track: A loss and a Runners UP

Sydney F. and Lizzie B.(Melanie Q./Staff) The girls team fell behind Bishop Watterson by 21 points at home on Wednesday, April 26, despite a strong performance from several athletes. The meet started with a ceremony honoring the team’s five seniors: Sam F., Cat G., Tori R., Alli S., and Yassah T., all of whom made


Girls Track Gains Another Win

Mila B.(Melanie Q.)] The girls track team traveled to Worthington Christian on Tuesday, April 18 to compete against Bexley, Bishop Hartley, Grove City, Madison Christian, and Worthington. Once again, the girls claimed a well-deserved first place victory, winning 11 of the 16 events.  Mila B. sprinted to first place with a 28.6 in the 200m,


Girls Track Undefeated in Record-Breaking Week

Ella L.(Melanie Q./Staff) The track team hosted its first home meet on Tuesday, April 11 against Cristo Rey, Horizon Science, KIPP, and Tree of Life and placed 1st with a 222 score after winning 13 of 16 events. Margaret K., Olivia L., Melanie Q., and Clara S. won the 4×800 in 11:42.65. In hurdles, Zoya


Girls Track Places 5th in First Meet

Eleanor S. (Melanie Q./Staff) The girls track and field team traveled to Big Walnut on Saturday, April 9 to compete in against Big Walnut, Centennial, Central Crossing, Columbus South, Delaware Hayes, Fairfield Christian, Franklin Heights, Gahanna, Grove City, Northland, Olentangy Liberty, Walnut Ridge, and Whitehall. Alli K. earned 2nd in the high jump with a


The Wax Museum: A Beloved Tradition

Third graders in wax museum attire (Courtesy/Mrs. S. and Mrs. W.) From Wednesday, March 8 to Friday, March 10, the third graders stepped away from their regular classroom environment to the Jones and Mack gymnasiums for Academy’s annual ‘Wax Museum.” an event that promotes early public speaking and memorization skills. Third graders select any famous


SZA Sparkles at the Schottenstein

SZA performing her song, “Snooze” (Milana Biswas/Staff) On Tuesday, February 21, SZA lit up the Schottenstein Center on the first night of her world tour, “SOS” after the release of her December 2022 album. SZA just hit nine weeks at #1 on the Billboard Top Charts, making her the first R&B female artist to reach