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 Summer Reading Kicks Off

(Pixabay) As summer draws near, Ms. Popelka launched her Summer Reading Program with 33 selections that were curated by faculty members, including mysteries and thrillers to works on business and leadership. Two of the most popular novels include Holly Jackson’s A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder and Phil Knight’s Shoe Dog.  In Jackson’s thriller, high

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Alumni Provide Seniors with Guidance at annual luncheon

Students attend annual alumni spring luncheon. (Claire S./Staff) Gathered in New Albany at the Estate on Tuesday, April 23, seniors and Academy alumni had lunch as part of Academy’s tradition which introduces soon-to-be graduates to networking. Stephanie Domas ‘05 received the Young Alumni Award, given to those who have distinguished themselves through overall service to

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Band Recognizes Seniors at Final Concert

(Lauren G./Staff) The Jones Gym bleachers filled with Upper School parents and friends as the band took its seats, with each person wearing a different-colored shirt, creating a rainbow of colors among smiling students. The buzzing audience settled, as Ms. Sneeringer gave everyone a warm welcome and introduced the first song: “Zip Line.” A recognition

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Hectic Spring Model UN Session Ends with a Bang

(Courtesy/Angela H.) CA hosted its Spring Model UN conference on Saturday and Sunday, April 27 and 28. The theme for this year was the American Revolution. Over 20 CA students participated, dressing up in formal wear to debate. The purpose of the conference was for the two blocs, Patriots and Loyalists, to debate the future

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Making History at National History Day

(Abbey Z./Staff) Attracting history lovers from around Ohio, the National History Day (NHD) State contest commenced at Capital University on Saturday, April 20. This year’s theme was “Turning Points in History,” focusing on individuals, ideas, and events that led to historical change. After researching a topic under the theme, participants develop an argument and create

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Anatomy Students Experience a Day at Medical School(Courtesy/Dr. Lester)

Justin A. practicing suture techniques (Courtesy/Dr. Lester) After a 30-minute bus ride from Academy on Wednesday, April 17., we arrived at Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (HCOM) in Dublin.  Greeted by the directors, we received a surprise breakfast selection of muffins, sandwiches, and juices to get ready for a quick talk with Dr.

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Academy Celebrates Holi

Aanav K. and Tanner S. play with Tray S. (Milana B./Staff) On Sunday, April 28, the Desi Club and the Columbus Academy Parents of South Asia (CAPSA) invited their families and friends to the school’s annual Holi celebration. Taking place from 2 – 4:00 p.m., almost 100 Academy community members spent their Sunday socializing and

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Meet the new Service Board Presidents and Student Body Co-Presidents

After an acknowledgment from Mr. Thompson, students were asked to raise their hands if they were affected by different student council initiatives. After reminiscing about a year of success, Mikey and Angela finally ended their terms as co-presidents. With the passing of the gavel, the student body officially has new leaders with Katie J. and

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Meet The Candidates: Service Board Listens to Pitches

The candidates with Justin and Arya (courtesy/Ms. Bening) On Friday, April 19, Service Board gathered in the theater to hear five candidates vying for president as they answered questions from Service Board’s current leaders. Angela B, Molly F., Carolina M.,  Arnav N., and Priya R. each offered their plans and insights for how they would

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Environmental Science Class Explores Olentangy Wetlands 

Seniors Angela H., Alison C., Eleanor S., and Lydia W. (Courtesy/ Mrs. Downey)  On Monday, April 15, Ms. Downey’s Block 2 Environmental Science class embarked on its second field trip of the semester. Ten students and Ms. Downey boarded a bus at noon and headed to the Olentangy River Wetland Research Park by the Ohio