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Schoolwide Service

Students from all divisions, faculty, and staff contributed to Service Board’s annual Food Drive. (Courtesy/Ms. Bening and Ms. Black) Twas the night of the Sleep Out, when all through the campus, many creatures were stirring, even middle school students.  During the school day on November 5, sixth-grade students hauled boxes collected from the Food Drive

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Columbus Blue Jackets Honor Mr. Olexio

(Ethan Wesier/Staff) For the Columbus Blue Jackets’ (CBJ) home games this season, the team is honoring a veteran, who is nominated for this celebration to show respect for current and former members of the armed forces. On Saturday, November 6, Assistant Head of School, Mr. Dan Olexio, was honored for his service in the U.S.

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CA Hosts Inaugural Model UN Conference

On Saturday, October 30, and Sunday, October 31, Columbus Academy hosted 40 delegates for the school’s first CAMUN convention.   Model UN places students in the shoes of ambassadors for nations from Argentina to Zimbabwe. These students draft resolutions, plot strategies, negotiate with sponsors and opponents, solve disputes, and more. Countries are placed in various

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Serving by Sorting

Last year’s successful Sleep Out sorted 120 boxes of food and 60 bags of paper, personal, and cleaning products.  (Courtesy/Mrs. Bening) Thanks to everyone who donated to this year’s Food Drive which will help over 30 local families. If you are free this Friday evening, Novemer 5, and would like to help these families receive a

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Shelby Reichle Redefines Weight Room

(Claudia Klingbeil/Media) Athletic Director, Jason Singleton, has made many positive improvements for the athletic department in his tenure at the Academy. One of his most impactful may have been the hiring of Shelby Reichle as our Athletic Performance Coach. Reichle was hired on June 1, 2020, after touring our facilities near the beginning of the

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Begging for a Good Cause

Academy resumes its annual Begging for Cans Drive (Courtesy/Tim Morford) Although older US students no longer collect candy on Beggar’s Night, they can still enjoy the evening by helping the community by going from door-to-door and asking for canned food items in Mr. Morford’s neighborhood on Thursday, October 28, from 5:45 – 8pm. Up to

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The Profound Impact of the Food Drive

Carson James and Eliora Teferi cut tape for their canned foodbox (Milana Biswas/Staff) Community service is an important aspect of our Columbus Academy values, for it allows us to reflect on the ways that we help those outside of our walls. Following the half day on Thursday, October 13, over 15 upper school students devoted

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GSA and the LGBTQ+ Affinity Groups

Working on the sticker table (Julia DeVore/News) On October 11, 1987, a march with over half-a-million participants commenced in Washington D.C. for Lesbian and Gay Rights. In the following months, members of the LGBTQ+ community gathered in D.C. and created a day to celebrate coming out beginning on October 11, 1988, the one year anniversary