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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


Wordle: The Internet’s New Phenomenon

Wordle Day 233 (Cameron S./Staff)   The new internet smash hit, Wordle,  is a daily web-based word game where players have six attempts to guess a five-letter word. With each new guess, players learn if the letter is in the right location, if it appears in the word in another location, or isn’t in the word


Wrestling Wraps Up MSL’s

(Claudia K./Media) On February 9, the the wrestlingteam played in a match against Liberty Union and Marion Harding, placing second out of the three teams.  The team played in the MSL championship on February 11 at Buckeye Valley against Bexley, Buckeye Valley, and Whitehall and placed 3rd with Parker K and Gyvnn M going undefeated.


Susan Neal: An Inspiration, A Trailblazer, A Legend

(Cami S./Staff) On Saturday on January 29, our theatre lobby was dedicated to Mrs. Susan Neal, the beloved, former Middle and Upper School Theatre Director and Creative Expressions teacher, who also taught the Step and Stomp elective and English courses.  Mrs. Neal passed away on June 24, 2017, after battling an invasive brain tumor. As


The Middle School Stages Matilda

(Cami S./Staff) On  January  28 and 29, the Middle School  staged its production of Matilda, directed by Ms. Whitney Eads. Gabi A. performed as Matilda. Mr. Scott Dillon created the set, with its numerous movable parts, and worked on the play’s intricate lighting to differentiate various scenes. Memorable takeaways included  Jude S. as Bruce, eating



(Henry R. /Media) Wrestling had a calm past week, giving the team a chance to relax and recover. Its only match was on Wednesday, January 26 against Hamilton Township. Though what looked to be a close call, the Vikes pulled through and won 38-36.


Welcome Mr. Rhee: New Assistant Head of the Middle School

(Photo/Cameron S.) On a day-to-day basis, what does your job entail? Supporting the students and making sure that they have everything they need. I attend  team meetings, have an advisory and occasionally support disciplinary situations.  How are you liking the job so far? I love it. It’s wonderful everyday. Having graduated from Academy, it means


Eclipsing Gender Roles: Ceci Makes History

On Saturday, January 15, 2022, the wrestling team hosted the Kevin Michael Memorial Classic in the Jones Gym, with eight teams participating in the tournament. Levi M., Parker K., Tiko B, and Gyvnn M. were all runners-up in their individual brackets, along with a win by Phil N.  Ceci R. set a school record as

Tribute to our Dining Hall Director & Staff

(Photos/Andrew Barren) This month, The Academy Life sat down with Stephanie Campbell, food service director and chef at SAGE, to receive an inside perspective on how the dining hall staff has operated during both a pandemic and a food shortage.  The dining hall’s adjustments re-emphasize how every member of the school staff has stepped up