Trying to make summer plans before the school year ends? If so, join some of Academy’s summer camps to keep in touch with friends and even make some new ones. From June 4th to August 3rd you can enjoy fun activities, adventures or arts and crafts. Some that you might want to try is Day trippers, Junior Astronomy, Crafty Creations, Trailblazers, and so much more. … Continue reading Make Your Summer Plans Now
The ball goes through the hoop and the students cheer as the teachers accept their defeat! That’s how every single student at Academy at the Lakes wish it happened, but the teachers were the winners of the 2018 Student-Faculty Basketball Game. This is one of the biggest games that the student-athletes will play through the basketball season. This year they started with the Varsity High … Continue reading Student Faculty Game: Who won?
It’s the anticipation, the waiting for Mr. Heller to call the winner of House Day. All of the sweat and tears were leading up to this moment. “And the winner is…!” Whether you are in Osprey, Kestrel, Nighthawk, or Peregrine, House Day is always so much fun. For those of you that don’t know what House Day is, it is a day where the four … Continue reading House Day 2018
Ugh, you have to write another paper? Well you’re not alone if you get writer’s block, almost every student goes through it. You might feel like you’ll never get out of it, but there are some tips to help you with this problem. There are many things that you as a student can do to help improve writing and help solve writer’s block. First of … Continue reading Lost for Words: How to Overcome Writer’s Block
It’s tragic to have to worry about your life every day at school. It is the one place that one should feel the safest, and yet now no one feels safe. On February 14, there was a school shooting in Parkland, Florida at Stoneman Douglas High School. Fourteen students and 3 teachers were shot and died on campus. This tragedy struck not only the family … Continue reading The Walkout
Is it too much pressure for a Middle Division athlete to play on a Varsity team? Typically, 5th-8th graders play on a Middle Division team and the 9th-12th grades play on a Varsity team. However, more Middle Division students are finding themselves in the “big leagues” of Varsity sports. This could be because of a shortage of Varsity players, or these athletes are amazing at … Continue reading Under Pressure?
Why did the math book look so sad? Because it had so many problems… Ok, seriously, Math can be fun, and even competitive. MathCounts is a math competition where regions all over the United States compete to be the best in the country, and last Friday Academy’s Middle Division math club team went to compete. The coach of the team is Debra Reed, who is … Continue reading Making it all add up in the MD Math Club.