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Girls Lacrosse Concludes Postseason 

(Courtesy/ Ralph S.)  On Thursday, May 18, girls lacrosse advanced in the OHSAA State Tournament playoffs by beating Archbishop Alter 18-1 at home. Morgan H. kicked off the goal trend just as the game started. The Vikings were on a roll as they held a 10-0 lead at half-time with goals from Mia D, Carson


Girls Lacrosse Falls to CSG Unicorns 

Morgan H. (Courtesy/ Ralph S.) On Tuesday, May 9, the girls lacrosse team finished its regular season with a 7-8 record after playing CSG at home, falling close to the Unicorns 13-14. Mia D. and Claire R. put the Vikings on the scoreboard after CSG gained a 2 goal lead. The Vikes were in the lead


Junior Speeches: An Academy Tradition 

The first group of speakers for the 2022-2023 school year. Ms. Soderberg, Shaia Y., Alli K., Jim P., Akshaj J., and Ms. Seymore (Courtesy/ @columbusacademy Instagram)  As a graduation requirement, each junior is required to present a six-minute speech in front of the upper school. Language Arts teacher, Ms. Seymore, the Junior Speech advisor, prepares


Girls Lacrosse:7-7

(Courtesy/Ralph Schudel) Girls lacrosse faced the Stallions at home on May 2 for the second time this season but lost 8-12. The Vikings started off strong with goals by Morgan H. and Sofia S. and were 6-7  at halftime 6-7, but Desales picked up the heat in the second half. On Thursday, May 4, the team


“Something Rotten!” Is Certifiably Fresh

Thirty-five cast members impress their audiences.(Angela H.) With a cast of 35 students, the Upper School staged its production of Something Rotten! on April 27-29 in the Schoedinger Theater, led by Ms. Eads, Ms. Jennings, and Mr. Jenkins. Mr. Dillon and the CA portfolio tech class designed the set. A comedy musical set in 1595, its plot


Girls LAX Falls Twice, Gains One close Win

Sophia S. (Courtesy/ Ralph S.) Girls lacrosse team played three home games last week. Girls lacrosse faced Bishop on April 25, in its first of three home games last week, falling to the Eagles at 9-15.  On Friday, April 28, the team played against Rocky River but lost again, 16-17. The lead was back and


Computer Science’s Annual Bot Competition

Matthew and Sean are much amused. (Lance H.) On April 10, students and faculty watched Mr. Feinberg’s annual bot competition unfold in the Dining Hall. Every year, Feinberg’s Honors Computer Science 2 & 3 students work on a code which they compete in a bot competition. This healthy match creates discussion in the halls, as


Girls Lacrosse Face Ups and Downs

Morgan H. (Courtesy/Ralph S.) Our girls lacrosse team traveled twice last week and played one game at home. On Tuesday, April 18, the girls face Granville and gave it their all but fell short to the Blue Aces 10-13. The Vikes came back when defending at home on Thursday, April 20, against Pickerington North, scoring 16-8.


Girls Lacrosse Defends Carlin Turf

(Courtesy/ Ralph S.) Girls lacrosse had two wins and one loss this past week with three games at home. On April 11, the team secured a 16-2 win against Buckeye Valley.  Two days later, April 13, the girls returned to Carlin against Bishop Hartley and were successful again with a final score of 16-6.  But the


Girls Lacrosse Accomplishes Two Wins

Sophia S. (Courtesy/Ralph S.)  The girls lacrosse team kicked off its season with two back-to back-victories.  On Tuesday, April 4, the team played at Bexley with a 17-16 win, a feat for Academy to go against the Lions with several D-1 college committed athletes.  The team traveled to Wellington on Thursday, April 6 and claimed a