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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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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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The Children’s Catechism that Academy students memorize poses the question: What is the chief end of man? To which this answer is given: “Man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” The foundational truth found in this catechism is the repeated teaching of the Word of God: “For from him and through...
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Dear Academy Family, Your prayers. It is with gratitude and joy we have welcomed students to campus, thrilled to see their smiling faces as they fill the halls. We welcome this new year with eager anticipation for all it promises to hold—and we see glimmers of this promise at every turn. Teachers greeting their students each...
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Welcome back, friends. We’re here. We’ve already had opening ceremonies, groundbreakings, and our first carline mess. Next week—a ribbon-cutting ceremony at our south campus and our first board meeting. Not to mention the cautious tensions of a continuing pandemic which we continue to monitor.
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What a year of commingled uncertainty and hope, of love and exhaustion, of fear’s interplay with faith. God’s grace all the way down, as we attempted to tread educational water throughout. The Greek word often used for education is paideia: a word which defies a comprehensive definition, much like our word “culture,” due to its...
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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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