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During Games 3 through 5 of the 2014 NBA Finals the San Antonio Spurs torched the defending champions, the Miami Heat. Analysts often cite it as the most efficient offensive stretch by any team in NBA history, all coming against the league’s best defense. Most would argue the Spurs did not have one player better...
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I’ve had some version of this conversation with practicum students at various points over the last few years. Students are invariably surprised when I, their writing teacher, boldly declare upon them the prestigious status of Writer. Sometimes they want to argue with me using their own definition of What Being a Writer Means. It usually...
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Thanks to all who joined us for The Academy's annual Parent Forum last night. While we regret that we could not gather in person, we are still thrilled to have the opportunity to celebrate how far we have come as a community and dream about what the future holds for The Academy. If you missed...
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Five masked students stand around an art historian from Savannah College of Art and Design named Nicole.  In front of us is a relocated bust originally located in Forsyth Park, but now statued among the dead.  At our feet are dozens of graves whose deaths are marked with the dates of the battle of Gettysburg – July...
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The word “historic” is commonplace at a Classical Christian school. After all, that’s our thing. We study historic literary figures, historic timelines and events, you name it. However, lately, it seems that word has become more prevalent during our world’s current events in ways that we could have never imagined. So, please bear with me...
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Advent. Adventus, Adventum. 4th Declension noun, indicating the approach or arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. Also, the first season of the Christian church year, leading up to Christmas and including the four preceding Sundays... 
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'Tis the season for one of our favorite traditions - even if it does look a little bit different this year! Lessons and Carols takes us from the fall of humanity to the promise of the Messiah and highlights the birth of Christ as told in Bible readings from Genesis, the prophetic books, and the...
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'Tis the season for one of our favorite traditions - even if it does look a little bit different this year! Lessons and Carols takes us from the fall of humanity to the promise of the Messiah and highlights the birth of Christ as told in Bible readings from Genesis, the prophetic books, and the...
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When was the last time you stepped into the wardrobe and visited Narnia? If your answer is anything other than, “yesterday,” then friends, it’s time to read these beloved books again. Personally, I only read the entire series about 2 years ago. I had read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe before and always...
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Dallas Willard’s Divine Conspiracy starts with an illustration about a pilot practicing high-speed maneuvers in a jet yet not knowing she was flying upside down. How is it that a skilled fighter-jet pilot could possibly be unaware that she is flying a plane upside down? It seems incomprehensible, yet I wonder in 2020 if we...
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