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Bowling Season Ends at Sectionals

On Friday, February 16, the bowling team’s season ended at HP Lanes in sectionals. Bowlers played 3 games each and tallied up the total score. The top 12 teams advanced to districts. The boys team placed 25th out of 31 teams with 1978. Reed S. led the team with 470, Adi S. followed with 408,


The Roaming Goat: First-rate java

(Wikimedia) by Bittania T. The hum of a java pot filled my ears while the door jingled as new customers entered this serene Roaming Goat cafe. Buried in their computers and books, college students with headphones on zoned into their studies. Decorative leaves draped from the ceiling to the shelves gives this coffee shop a


Movie Review: Dunki, An immigrant story

(Flickr) by Eesha T. Premiering four days before Christmas, Dunki, which means “donkey flight,” features the renowned Shah Rukh Khan as a Punjabi immigrant. Along with three friends, he illegally enters London after failing to secure student visas at home, engaging in a method of migration involving individuals entering a foreign country through a series


AquaVikes Shine at Sectionals

Justin L. (Melanie Q./Staff) After a week off from competing, the AquaVikes found success at sectionals on Saturday, February 10. The girl’s team traveled to Columbus School for Girls, while the boys swam at the Kenyon College Natatorium.  The girls placed third with 178 points and several district qualifiers. Lillian B., Maddie E., Ella L.,


The Academy Life Reflects On Honoring Dr. King

Caroline M. and Charlie R./Media Patrick W. on Lyrics and Liberation On Monday January 29, upper school students eagerly filed into the theater to begin our Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations. The festivities began with a presentation by Mekka Don, an Ohio State football alum who got a job as a lawyer in New


Boys Golf Wins CBL Tourney

Gavin M. (Courtesy/Matthew F.) Boys golf won another league title at Denison but came up short in the Bishop Watterson Invite. With postseason looming, the boys look to continue their illustrious history in the postseason with a triumph in the upcoming sectionals and districts On September 20, the team won its 8th league championship in


Girls Rocks at Two Swim Meets

(Vaanika J./Media) The Aquavikes faced the Bexley Lions and the Teays Valley Vikings on Friday, January 20 and won the 200-medley relay with a time of 1:58.83.  Olivia L. and Clara S. claimed gold and silver in the 200 free. Rene F. placed 2 in the 200 IM. Then Maddie E. and Ella L. placed


Boys Basketball Nets A Win on Senior Night

Charlie H. (Vaanika J./Media) Boys basketball won 47-35 against Whitehall Yearling on the Vikes’ Senior Night ceremony on Friday, January 13. The pregame ceremony honored Miles F., Charlie H., Yiling H., and Dylan R. The game started off slowly with Whitehall leading 6-5 at the end of the first quarter and 13-18 at the half.


Girls Volleyball Vikes Go 2-1 

The Vikings started off slowly in their first set against Delaware Christian on Monday, September 12, dropping it 12-25. The team displayed its perseverance and productive teamwork in the next set, bringing the score up to 21-25. But it was not enough. Academy  lost its final set at 18-25.  The girls traveled to KIPP Columbus


Boys Golf  Stays Steady in Season Wrap-Up

The boys golf team faced Grandview and Wellington at the Columbus Country Club on Tuesday, September 13.  The Vikes had a 165 as a team, led by Stephen M. with a 31, then Jack W. with a 43, followed by Matthew F. with a 44.  Featured in The Columbus Dispatch on September 14, Academy’s own