The Adventures of House Day 2019

Kestrel's Vivian Olivera '24, Inara Zarak '24, Emma Kittredge '24, Victoria Mahabir '24, Briana Sosa '23, and Zsofia Vo '23 show their team spirit! 📸 Mrs. Sue Gunther Jude Abdullah '24, Vicki Flack '24, Inara Zarak '24, Eden Heller '24, Addison Baricak '24, Delaney Bowden '24, Mia Lamb '24, and Abigail Wicker '24 show that students from... Continue Reading →

Journey to Greatness

During the week of April 7th, 2019, top swimmers from all over the country competed in the TYR Pro Swim Series event in Richmond, Virginia. Strangely enough, TYR is the name of the Norse God of warriors– athletes. In this meet, our fellow classmate, McKenna Smith ‘21, worked to advance further in the competition; as... Continue Reading →

Top Grossing Story, Avengers: Endgame

With the world premiere occurring only days ago, Avengers: End Game is poised to break records as anticipation for the film soars higher than any other film released. The world premiere, on April 23rd, had thousands of people watching for any hints to the story that is about to debut; however, the stars on the... Continue Reading →

Effort Promised, Effort Delivered

At the beginning of the year, the President of the 2019 Student Council, Ethan Lomio, sat down with 6C Network to chat about his future plans, the ever-present debates within the council, and the President’s promises and effort. Now, 6C takes a look at what the President and his council managed to accomplish and the... Continue Reading →

Key Club’s Race for President

Key Club elections began February 13th where the candidates announced their campaigns. Currently, nearly all positions –Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Editor, Web Master, and Class Directors– are running unopposed. The race for President, however, is heating up. The election between incumbent Amber Nadeau, and opposition Cole Lallanilla, is the race of the presidency. On February... Continue Reading →

Band VS Strings

Walking into Mr. Heller’s room, reporter Annabel Upton prepares to experience a dull, soulless interview, not even a thought passing through her head that this interview would change her whole story as well as her outlook on band and strings. Many students think of band and strings as just another class to play a regular... Continue Reading →

Giving Thanks

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 →

Giving Thanks

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 →

Golden Nights

Music boomed and some smooth dance moves were attempted on Friday, September 28th, when the 7th and 8th Graders held their fall dance. The dance was located in Melech from 7:00-9:30. Sponsored and run by NJHS, the profits of the dance were raised to support the Children's Oncology Group. The Children's Oncology Group works to... Continue Reading →

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