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Dill’s Final Bow: Little Women

(Courtesy/Scott Dillon) Throughout his 19 years of unmatched dedication to our school’s theater department, Mr. Scott Dillion, better known as “Dill” to his students, has created elaborate set designs and directed numerous shows including The Miracle Worker, 12 Angry Jurors, last year’s The Dining Room and this year’s show, Little Women. His final show was


Just Peachy

As soon as you enter the newly opened Peach Cobbler Factory, its aroma of fruity dessert goodness envelopes you. The bright orange modern decor creates a fun environment, and you can add your name to the giant wall chalkboard as you wait to order. The Peach Cobbler Factory employees, a Black-owned company, are enthusiastic about


Boys Golf Earns State Runner Up

(Courtesy/Marcus F.) The boys golf team placed second in the Division II state tournament at Ohio State’s Scarlet Course, falling short of capturing a sixth consecutive state title. After the first round on October 14, the Vikes scored 320, 11 points behind its opponent, Kettering Alter, which secured 309. The team had high hopes for


Boys Golf Heads to States 

(Courtesy Marcus F.) The boys golf team collected a 303 for the Division II District title on Wednesday, October 5. Stephen M. and Jack W. led with a 75, AJ B. followed with a 76, Arvind R. with a 77, and Matthew F. with 83.  After a busy tournament week, the boys competed in the


Boys Golf Sweeps at Sectionals 

(Courtesy/Marcus F.) In the first half of the sectionals tournament, the boys were victorious with a 314 at Denison Golf Club on Tuesday, September 27. Stephen M. led with a 74, Arvind R. with a 75, AJ B. with an 82, Jack W. with an 83, and Matthew F. with an 85  The boys competed


Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!

(Courtesy/Casey C) On Friday, May 13, the cast of Mamma Mia returned to the stage after their final two performances were postponed due to an outbreak of Covid among the cast. After their first performance on Thursday, April 28, the cast members were riding high after a stellar first show, but soon after several cast


Triple Crown “Derby Prom” Unites Upper School

      (Courtesy/Ethan K)   After two years of modified proms due to Covid, the Derby prom on Saturday, May 7, was a smashing success thanks to the hard work from the juniors on prom committee and  faculty advisors, Ms. Eden and Ms. Stout.  The popular $1.00 rose sale took place the week before the


Mr. Wong: Academy’s “Greatest Showman”

Mr. Wong addresses the audience before his final show. (Courtesy/Cindy Wilson) Mr. Wong’s final Academy orchestra concert took place in the Dining Hall on Wednesday, April 13. The orchestra performed “Habanera” by George Bizet, a modern rendition of “Fantasia” featuring Vernon W on viola, followed by  the advanced orchestra’s arrangement of Gershwin’s “American in Paris.”


Common Hour: Good for All

Mrs. Heywood leads a nature walk during the Common Hour. (Gurby V./Staff) On April 6, the Student Council with the help of Mr. Dow initiated the first special schedule with a common hour for students to catch up on schoolwork, meet with teachers, or just have a break from the busy day. For years, students


Wrestling Heads to Districts

Gyvnn M. (Henry R./Media) On February 26, the wrestling team competed in sectionals, with four of our wrestlers qualifying for districts on Friday, March 4 and Saturday, March 5 in Coshocton, fighting for a spot at states. Gyvnn M. won his third sectional title over four years. Tiko B. placed third, Parker K. and Levi