Matthew Martin is a part of the club Dead Poets Society, whose prompt was a follows. This is his response. To learn more, see Mrs. Oakley in Upper Division.
What are you thankful for? Every year Academy Wildcats gather together to feel gratitude before the break at the Thanksgiving Assembly. This year the Kindergarten class sang a song about all the things they’re thankful for. After the song there were students from every grade giving a speech on what they are most thankful for.... Continue Reading →
Good Afternoon loyal readers! Our President, Ethan Lomio of the Student Council, recently spoke about future plans, council drama, and himself! Tune in next week for the report on those, but today we’ll be talking about Homecoming Week. Homecoming Week this year will include the following in chronological order by day: Meme Monday Twin Tuesday... Continue Reading →
Retreats, something very unique to Academy at the Lakes. Not many other schools have this, so what is it? Going on retreat, to Academy, is a time for students to bond with each other and make new friends. It’s like an “ice-breaker” for the beginning of the year. Abigail Wicker, a new 7th grader, says... Continue Reading →
Welcome back Academy Students! We hope you had a great summer and an exciting first full week back! We have a great year ahead of us, and to keep up on the latest news, don’t forget to check out the MD and UD news sites! We will be posting weekly on the latest news, features... Continue Reading →
It was a dismal day when Academy students and staff learned about Coach Hagenau’s departure. A few days before he left the school to follow his lifelong dream of becoming a Pararescueman in the United States Air Force, he set up a fundraiser for Academy students and staff to donate to the charity “Wigs For... Continue Reading →
The AATL football team had a incredible season last year! With spring football season starting we wanted to take a look at the highlights from the state championship game! https://youtu.be/ufTLyziJtQ4 Academy's football team is hard at work getting ready for next season. They hope to defend there state championship title. Dylan Price class of 2019... Continue Reading →
Gun control is one of those controversial topics that always sets people on one side or the other. However, in recent news, it appears that the entire conversation has only truly favored arguments not based on facts and realism, but based on misconception and emotion. Key answers to many of the problems have been suppressed... Continue Reading →