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Leadership Lunch Speaker: Adrian Jones

Guest speaker, Adrian Jones. (Henry Rubey’22/Media) On Wednesday, November 13, Columbus Academy students gathered on the Dining Hall’s fireside to hear Adrian Jones and his leadership story.  Nicknamed “Stuff” by family and friends, Jones recounted his life as a troubled youth involved in gangs, violence, and drugs, spending a number of years in prison or the

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Blood Drive Curriculum reaches the Lower School

Lower schoolers participate in a scavenger hunt about blood donation. Rules are outlined in photo. (Carolyn Zhang’20/Staff)  On Tuesday, October 1, a Red Cross representative visited our Lower School students to deliver a presentation about the Blood Drive. To familiarize our younger Vikings about what is involved in our Upper School Blood Drives, seniors Lindsay Dunlap and

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Fall Pep Rally Excites Students 

Young Vikings cheer pm their classmates during the Dance Battle. (Ella Morriss’22/Media) On Friday, October 4, students excitedly entered “The Mack” to the energetic beat of the school band for the Fall Pep Rally. Kicking off with an Avengers-style movie, our Vikings, Taylor Warren and Andrew Cahall, battled faculty members acting as rival schools. The

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Sleep-out Precedes Annual Service Day

Before heading to The Mack, students worked on our Empty Bowls project. (Courtesy/Mrs. Bening)   The second sleep-out in Academy history, held on the night of Thursday, September 12, blended into another vibrant Service Day. The sleep-out, coordinated by Matthew Derzon’21, is designed to simulate teen homelessness and raise awareness about Columbus’s  Huckleberry House, a teen

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CA Community Celebrates Colorful Holi

CA families throw colors and celebrate Holi. (Panya Bhinder’21/Staff) On Sunday, May 5, from 2 to 4 pm, Columbus Academy families came together at the Lower School playground to celebrate the Indian festival of Holi, ushering in spring with love and color. Traditionally held in mid-March, Holi, also called the festival of colors, commemorates the

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Building a Better Community with the Big Table

Students converse in Academy’s first Big Table event. (Sarah Neltner’20/Media)   On Wednesday, August 29, several groups of Academy students gathered in Academy’s Dining Hall to participate in The Big Table, a discussion-based meeting that centers upon the ways our students can make positive impacts in our school and local community. The Big Table, initiated

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