"What is this Dead Poets Society you speak of? Is it a club for dead poets? Is it a secret society where students meet by a creek at midnight to discuss poetry and literature? Or, possibly, is it a creative writing club where students create poetry, plays, short stories, art, and other creative works?" I... Continue Reading →
Tennis Recap: Freshmen Dion Loutas and Nathan Impresso on the AATL tennis team are moving on to Districts to compete in the first seed male doubles! Be on the lookout for more news about districts! Next Month: Dion and Nathan will possibly be moving onto Regionals and States! They will be playing doubles for Regionals... Continue Reading →
Dead Poets Society Dead Poets Society is one of our newest clubs in the Upper Division. It is designed for creative writers in our high school. They have collaborated with the Graphic Arts & Design class and have created their very own literary magazine. This new club offers freedom to express creativity not only in... Continue Reading →
After seven years of fighting the Affordable Care Act – otherwise known as Obamacare – the Republicans’ “repeal and replace” plan fell flat on its face, even after over sixty attempts to repeal the ACA during President Obama’s incumbency. But looking back now, who thought it would pass? Ironically enough,... Continue Reading →
We have a problem in these United States; it is not congress, it is not Ebola and it is surely not a shortage of fashion – it is apathy, and throughout my life, I have fought against just that to the best of my ability, and being my final year at Academy of the Lakes, I wanted to leave a legacy. Something positive that could at least make some difference. I want to give my fellow students a voice, give them inspiration and create a call to take action.
Dear Academy Community: I am so pleased to welcome you and lend the full measure of my support to our students as they create our new online newspaper/blog, The 6C Network. Through this endeavor our students will develop their voices and their skill in formulating and clearly expressing their ideas and opinions, their art, their... Continue Reading →
Picture this. You are about to start cooking dinner for the family, and you head over to the sink to wash your hands. As you turn the handle on the faucet, all that comes out is murky, bacteria-filled water. To be more specific, water contaminated with iron and lead. But, to you, this is the... Continue Reading →