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This past Monday evening The ACADEMY was able to bring our High School athletes from the past two years together to celebrate our school, our teams, and our students at our annual Athletic Banquet. This was such a special day because it has been two years since we were able to have a banquet. We...
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This weekend, our Rhetoric Drama II Students will perform Arsenic and Old Lace at our Midtown theater, Friday and Saturday at 7pm. We are so excited that this play will be open to The Academy community and hope you all make plans to join us there! Though it is not a quintessential piece studied in...
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When I first came on staff at Providence Hall 10 years ago, I didn't know a whole lot about Classical Christian Education... but I knew it was special and I wanted to be a part of it!  I did not have children at the time but I knew when I did, this is where I...
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Uniquely Wonderful. Those are the words that first come to mind when I look back on our past 3 years at this school. My prayer is that each family will also experience the uniquely wonderful that The Academy has to offer...
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North campus continued the 50 days of Easter celebration with special events this week which included the gracious gift of Easter eggs to all our grammar students as well as the campus Resurrection Feast (BIG thanks to Mrs. Howell and all our parents that served each of us that were in attendance on Wednesday this...
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In the past year, I have found a new favorite book, “Math For Human Flourishing” by Francis Su. This remarkable book asked a poignant question: “Shouldn’t just smart people do math?” As a person who has chosen math as a career, I struggled to answer this type of question. Maybe you have heard that question...
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If you wander the halls of the Academy, you’ll find this especially among our dialectic and rhetoric classrooms, you’ll note a significant amount of sound coming therefrom (actually, it might just be my classroom). Sure, some of this noise is just the ambient sounds of middle schoolers and their various noises. But more often, you’ll...
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When asked what his favorite part of the game was, Mike Singletary responded with “the opportunity to play.” Despite being in the middle of a global pandemic, the athletic department was thankful to be able to have approximately 50 Dialectic and Rhetoric students and 125 of our Grammar students accept the offer to have the...
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As most of you know, after nine years of faithful leadership and a commitment to student discipleship, Mrs. Taylor announced her retirement from the position of North Campus Grammar Principal at the end of last year.  Since that time, our Grammar School Hiring Committee has been hard at work collecting applications and conducting interviews in...
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