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Tomorrow marks the official start to Enrollment Season! Re-enrollment for current Academy families and applications for new siblings will be open from January 15th – January 31st. Enrollment opens to new families on February 1st. With the huge growth of The Academy in the past few years, it is no surprise that we already have...
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Dear parents, May you have a most Holy and Blessed Advent. Advent (adventus) is translated as “coming” or “arrival,” but Adventus was also the formal occasion of the Roman Emperor’s triumphant entry into a city, particularly after a military victory. It was a big deal—on the scale of a Presidential Inauguration and military parade all...
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A message from our Director of Educational Development, Dr. Amy Allen As a child, a book I read over and over was From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. As a classroom teacher, I continued to read it year after year. At The Academy, we use this book as one piece of...
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In a world in which schools publish matriculation and placement rates as their primary proof of concept, it’s more important than ever for classical, Christian schools to speak only of festivity, of the transcendentals, and of prayer as the true aspirational content of all of education—an education whose inspiration is not only drawn from visions...
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Have you heard the phrase, “It’s a heart issue”? This is an interesting phrase as we look at tuning the souls of our children in harmonizing the life of the mind with the life of the body. In athletics there are several cliches like “He has a lot of heart,” or “Our hearts just weren’t...
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Parents, The Rhetoric Kickball House Tournament is beginning! If your student asks to pack athletic pants or shorts to change into at lunch on Tuesday Sept. 14th – the answer is YES! If your student asks you to purchase face paint in their House color – the answer is YES - or “fun idea….awesome that...
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What a blessing of a week this has been. So many things up in the air, so many balls to juggle and yet God is good. He has not changed once even in my struggle to get everything done. He is our bringer of rest. Our praise may only be lifted to one place and...
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Why are you happy today? My friend Jon, an immigration attorney, starts his daily team meetings with this question. He knows the value of attention to what is true, good, and beautiful in a world that makes it easy to forget. Today I posed this question to our staff at Prelude, our morning staff prayer...
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When my oldest son, who is now a senior, was in 6th grade, he attended the Night and Day Retreat (now known as Night to Unite). The group was so small that all the Dialectic and Rhetoric students met together for dinner and games at a church in midtown Oklahoma City. They ran around playing...
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It has been an interesting week as we continue to grow and build our programs.  We’ve had wins and we’ve had losses.  We’ve had to cancel tournaments and meets.  But we’ve also marveled at our growing student body and the support they’re giving at games.  Who would have thought 3 years ago that we’d have...
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