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Volleyball Ends Week With a Clean Sweep

Maddie M. (Courtesy/Ralph S.) Welcoming Worthington Christian on Tuesday, September 26, the Vikings took set one 25-19. The Warriors were no match for the Vikes in set two, winning 25-22 after a comeback. The team dominated the last set 25-16, earning a 3-0 win.  Ending the week on the road, the Vikings played Whitehall on


Volleyball Celebrates Its Nine Seniors 

Eleanor S. (Courtesy/ Ralph S.) Battling Bishop Ready on Tuesday, September 12 at 7 p.m., the Vikings honored its 9 seniors. Excitement stirred throughout the lobby, as spectators admired the decorations and posters dedicated to Annika B., Rene F., Alli K., Maddie M., Kelli R., Eleanor S., Ellie S., Eliora T., and Lauren W. before the


Academy Celebrates 41st Charlie David Dinner

(Courtesy/Ms. Bening) One of Columbus Academy’s most beloved traditions continued on Friday, September 8 with the Charlie David Dinner. Families gathered in the Lazarus courtyard to support Academy’s largest athletic fundraiser. As the pep band bellowed, people assembled at various outdoor tables. In a departure from previous years of catering, the school provided a variety


Volleball loses to Bexley, leaving Vikes at 3-1

Bittania T. (Courtesy/Ralph Schudel) Opening the week at home, the Vikes faced Whitehall on Tuesday, September 5. Using the momentum from their win last week, Academy swept the Rams in 3 quick sets.  Taking its winning streak to 3 games, the Maroon and Grey looked to add another one at Bexley on Thursday, September 8. The


What was Barbie made for?

(Wikimedia Commons) Spoilers ahead! Dressed in pink, my mom and I made our way to the theater to watch the first showing of Barbie. As we stood in line, two older women joined behind us in their full-pink outfits. The theater was alive with anticipation for this long awaited movie as women of all ages


Volleyball Finishes Second Week Strong 

Alli Klinefelter (Courtesy/Ralph Schudel) Following split results from their first week, the Vikings volleyball team welcomed Fredericktown to The Mack on Monday, August 28, losing to the Freddies in a 3-0 match up.  In its second home game of the week on Tuesday, August 29, Grandview Heights opened the match strong and captured the first


Boys Lacrosse Wraps Up Season

(Ethan K./Media) Playing in the first round of the state tournament, the Vikes faced off against Johnstown at home on Tuesday, May 16. With only 11 minutes left in the first quarter, the Vikes gained their first goal scored by Nick T., following by Miles F. who added 3 more, along with 1 from Mikey


Boys LAX Secures two Wins then loses to Aces

Boys lacrosse traveled to Gahanna Lincoln on Tuesday, May 9 for an 8-4 win over the Lions. Staying on the road, the Vikes used their winning momentum against Pickerington North on Thursday, May 11. With 5 goals from Miles F., the Vikes led the Panthers to overtime. To end the game, Miles scored his 6th


CA Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week 

During the week of May 8, the Columbus Academy community celebrated National Teacher Appreciation Week with the substantial generosity of the Parent’s Association (PACA) who greeted the teachers with a daily new treat, displayed the faculty lounge.  Starting off the week strong, the table in the lounge was filled with an assortment of candy for


Double Defeat for Boys Lacrosse at Home

The Vikings faced and lost to the Berlin Bears on Thursday, May 4 on Carlin field. The team totaled 6 goals for the but could not conquer the Bears’ nine. Goal scorers included Dominic C., Sean G., Parker S., and 2 from Ryne W.  Following the loss, the team welcomed Mariemont on Saturday, May 6,