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Mr. Olexio Leads Training in Honor of Veterans Day

(Ethan K./Media) Joe Eden (staff sergeant) and Mr. Olexio (lieutenant colonel, RET) led CA students on Friday, November 11, in some early-morning military workouts in honor of Veterans Day. Over 30 students and faculty met in the Field House Gym at 6:30 a.m. to exercise in military style. Mr. Eden and Mr. Olexio told us

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Honoring NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH

Our librarians new display new display features out books that celebrate Native American Heritage Month, introduced in 1990 by President George W. Bush in 1990 as a month dedicated to honoring indigenous lives.  One of our librarians, Ms. N. identifies as indigenous and said, “I am glad this month represents Indigenous People’s heritage. It makes

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To Wish Upon A Thousand Cranes

(Ethan Kim/Media) Senbazuru (千羽鶴), meaning one thousand cranes, is now displayed in the library as a sign of good fortune, luck, and health, and to wish well to those who need it. In Japanese folklore, the crane is one of the holy creatures that can live for more than one thousand years. The legend said

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Serving after by adding a Sixth-Grade Service Day

Sixth graders are an integral component in the  K-4-K Food Drive ecosystem. (Courtesy/Ms. Forchione)  Just as ninth-graders volunteered on their second Service Day, a new service event for our sixth-graders was established this fall to involve more of the school community. Previously this grade’s participation in K-4-K was spread over multiple advisories or study halls.   By

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Academy’s Annual Career Fair Commences

Business and medicinal panelists (Courtesy/Ms. Conti) Starting Wednesday, November 2, Student Alumni Board members Anna C., Miles F., Grace H, Adeti M., Nnenna O., and Cory W., alongside the Internships Office and the Alumni Board Representatives, hosted our school’s 4th annual Career Fair, headed and organized by Ms. Conti. For the next two weeks during

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Trick-or-Treating For a Good Cause

Olivia L., Priya R., Elle V., Malia C., and Christina L. (Courtesy?Mr. Morford) Students gathered in the neighborhood behind Carlin Fields on Monday, October 31 to trick-or-treat for something other than candy: non-perishables.  Starting at 6 p.m. when trick-or-treating began, 15 students along with Shapers, Arya C. and Malia C., traveled door to door asking

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Students Engage in Annual “Kids 4 Kids” Drive

(Photos by Kallyn Hennessy/Media) While many US students may have enjoyed last Friday evening outdoors enjoying the atypical November 4th weather, 45 US students spent the “Night In” on campus. Service Board’s annual event following the Kids 4 Kids Food Drive brought CA community members including alumna Cydney P. together to sort over 200 boxes

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Academy Attends Eco Summit at Columbus Zoo 

  Five seniors, accompanied by Ms. Downey, traveled to the Columbus Zoo on Wednesday, November 2, to attend the Teen Eco Summit, an event that brings together central Ohio teens who are interested in conservation and environmental activism. This is the sixth year of the event and Academy’s second year of attendance. Grace H., Ava H.,

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Serving by Contributing to Food Drive

Donating food listed on Food Bingo card benefits others and your advisory. (Courtesy/Service Board) How can you support others during the holidays while bolstering your chances to win a prize? By collaborating with your advisory to collect at least the quantity of food indicated on the Food Drive Bingo card.  Created by last year’s Service