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“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


Academy’s Glamorous Met Gala Prom

Students gather in the museum. (Ethan K.) The 2023 prom was a smashing success due to the hard work of the junior prom committee led by Ms. Stout. The committee secured the highly sought-after Veterans Memorial and Museum venue in early August for its picturesque rooftop with a sunset view and convenient downtown location. Open

Opinion & Editorial

Crossroads at Beecher and Hamilton Corner

Upon returning to school after spring break, many were shocked by the significantly altered landscape as they took their usual turn onto Beecher Road on the way to Academy. Where hundreds of trees once stood that were home to deer, squirrels, coyotes, and other wildlife is now completely barren: the left side of Academy Ridge’s


MECCA Hosts Its First Iftar

(Ridah A./Staff) Columbus Academy community members gathered in the dining hall on Friday, March 10, for an Iftar, the evening meal with which Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast. MECCA (the Muslim affinity group) hosted the occasion. The Iftar began at 6:00 p.m. with organizers Ms. Chahal and Zaina A. explaining the purpose of Ramadan


A Musical Night: Choir and Band’s Winter Concert

(Cami S.) Music filled Academy’s halls on  Tuesday, February 28, as both the Upper School choirs and the band had their winter concerts.  The night began at 7:00 p.m. in the Schoedinger Theater with the choir concert, featuring both of the Upper School choirs, Camerata and Treble Choir. For the past few months, the choirs


Boys Basketball Finishes Historic Season

The boys varsity basketball team completed its 2022-2023 season with a record of 23-3 and earned district runner-up in the Division III central district playoffs. Prior to earning a spot in the championship game, Academy played Madison Plains on February 27 at Dublin Jerome. The game was a defensive battle, with the Vikings falling behind


Two Tournament Wins for Boys Basketball

Harmon G. (Ethan K./Media) The boys varsity basketball team began its playoff run in the OHSAA state tournament last week with an opening round at home on Wednesday, February 22 against Grove City Christian. The Vikings had a slow start with the Eagles taking a 6-0 advantage, but Academy fought back and went into halftime


 Orchestra Mesmerizes in 2023 Winter Concert 

(Cami S.) Academy’s orchestra performed its annual winter concert on February 15, 2023, directed by Mr. Greenwood and assistant lower school director, Dr. Lee.  The concert began at 6:30 p.m. in the Schoedinger Theater, beginning with the Upper School Concert Orchestra’s “Wired” by L. Bernofsky, a piece with a high-tempo score that excited the audience,


The Return of Winfo: A CArnival 

(Courtesy/Nishtha P., Yuvraj T., Ethan K.) Canceled last year due to Covid, this year’s Winter Formal, which took place on Saturday, February 11 was highly anticipated for the upper schoolers. On January 30, The Winfo committee announced its theme as a CArnival through a video montage of scenes from The Greatest Showman. Later that week,


Boys Basketball: MSL Champs

Charlie H./Vaanika J./Media The boys basketball team had a huge week, winning three games en route to securing the MSL co-championship against Worthington Christian.  On Tuesday, February 7, the Vikings faced Fredericktown in a non-league contest. After a close first half, Academy pulled away with a 54-35 win over the Freddies. Marcus J. led with