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Students in Service with Community

At Joseph’s Coat, Cory Wu and Arjun Gokhale clear a fallen tree near the entrance (Stephen Ma). Naomi Chen repairs a sink at the Habitat for Humanity Restore (Thomas DeVore) Columbus Academy adopted Service Day over 30 years ago, and on Friday, September 10, students, faculty, and parents continued the tradition.  The day kicked off



Graphic/Andrew Barren The varsity football team dominated on Friday, September 17 in front of a home crowd and crushed Bishop Ready 28-14 during the televised event.  CA started off the game with a bang, closing out the first quarter with a 14-0 lead. Carter James ran for 6 yards to secure the first touchdown while

Charlotte Adams’21. (Russ Gifford/Courtesy)

Girls LAX Posts Two Wins

After a postponed game against Wellington on Tuesday, April 20, the girls varsity lacrosse team hosted Buckeye Valley for Senior Night on Thursday, April 22. The Our Vikes dominated, crushing the Barons 18-3 after the team held its Senior Nightto honor Anjali Rangi, Sarah Klingerman, Ashley Reynolds, Charlotte Adams, and Suzy L’Hommedieu. On Saturday, April

(School photos' configuration/Andrew Barren'22)

Twelve Speech and Debate Students Qualify for States

Academy’s Speech and Debate team will send 12 students to the March 5 and 6 state meet this year. Results will post  in our mid-March newsletter. Pictured left to right: Rehya Satish, Aleeza Yakoob, Sam Braveman, Alex Nanda, Yashu Tanneru, Ethan Kim, Alexis Cunningham, Lindsey Butler, Cory Wu, Ceci Reitter, Jaswanth Vandrasi, and Tara Hoffmann.

Sophomores Jono Hammond and Alex Nanda race freestyle. Raaghuv Vazirani’22 competes in butterfly. (Julia DeVore’22/News)

Boys Swim Team Impresses at Sectionals

    Sophomores Jono Hammond and Alex Nanda racing freestyle. Raaghuv Vazirani’22 competing in butterfly. (Julia DeVore’22/News)   On Sunday, February 14, the boy Aquavikes competed in sectionals at Columbus Academy to claim one of the 24 spots needed to advance to districts. They finished second out of the twelve teams, just 235 points behind