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Unique Attributes
- Academic Competitions
- All Promises in Writing
- American Sign Language
- Before/After School Care
- Camping Experience
- Birthdays
- Buddy Program
- Annual CAT Testing
- Classics Presentations
- College Scholarships
- Community Involvement
- Confidentials
- Cook's Book Nook
- Creativity Activity
- Dress Up Days
- Earth Week
- Faculty Planning Days
- Cooperative Learning Show
- Emotional Intelligence Training
- Family Get Togethers
- Family Luncheons
- Field Trips for Learning
- Grandparent's Week
- Honor Code Club
- Intramurals
- Monthly Jobs
- Cooperative Newsletter
- No Financial Surprises
- Office Help
- Parental Choice
- Pet Week
- Quarterly Forum
- School Service Projects
- Social Action Week
- Strong Academics
- Student Determined, Director Monitored, Individualized ANNUAL Projects
- Teachi
ng Institute
- Teacher Potpourri
- Uniforms
- Wellness Center
- Winter Dance

Academic Calendar
- Holidays
- Monthly Events
- Quarterly Events
- Specific Month Events

5 Year Calendar

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School Calendar

The academic year begins on the third Monday in August and ends on the second Friday in June.

The school will be open on all non-school days for the convenience of our families. Activities will be planned to occupy the time.

For recurring holiday information, click here.

Monthly Events
Academic Competition Days – First Friday morning
Classics Presentation – First and Third Mondays morning
Community Involvement Days - Second and Fourth Thursdays
Cook’s Book Nook – Second and Fourth Mondays during extended reading time
Creativity Activity – First and Third Thursdays
Dress-Up Days - Third Wednesday
Family Get Togethers – Last Wednesday (in evening)
Field Trips -First and Third Tuesdays
Honor Club – Varying dates before school and after school for all eligible club members
Student Determined, Director Monitored Individual Projects – First Friday afternoon
Teacher Potpourri - First Wednesday

Quarterly Events
Forums (Last School Day of Each Quarter for the first three quarters)
Intramurals (Two Weeks in November, February, and May)
Parent-Educator Days (Last Day of Each Quarter for the first three quarters)

Specific Month Events

August – All Faculty Planning Days (Second Week)
Ice Cream Social (Sunday prior to the third Monday)
First Day of School (Third Monday)

September – No School on Labor Day
School Camp Week (Third Full Week)
All Faculty Planning Days (Third Full Week)

October – Grandparent’s Week (Last Week)

November – Pet Week (Second Week)
Intramurals (Both Weeks before Autumn Break)
No school for Autumn Break (Thanksgiving Week)

December – Social Action Week – (Third Week)
All Faculty Planning Days – (Third Week)
No school for Winter Break (Last Week)

January – No school for Winter Break (First Week)
Primary School Drama Presentation (Second to last weekend)

February – Annual Winter Dance (Second Saturday)
Intramurals (Second and Third week)
Elementary School Drama Presentation (Second to last weekend)

March - Middle School Drama Presentation (Second Weekend)
Proficiency Testing (Third Week)
All Faculty Planning Days (Third Week)
No School for Spring Break (Last Week)

April – No school for Spring Break (First Week)
Earth Week Parade and Presentation (Last Full Week)

May – No school for Memorial Day (Last Monday)
Director Monitored Individual Project Presentations (All month)
Intramurals (Both Weeks before Memorial Day)

June – Annual Spring Show (First Sunday)
CAT Testing – (Second Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)
All Faculty Planning Days – (Second Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)
Last Day of School (Second Friday)
All Faculty Planning Days (Third Week)

July – School Barbeque (Second to last Sunday)

For a five year calendar, click here.

Academy Mission Statement

As an Educational Institution we strive to foster creative, critical, logical thinkers who exploit their unique talents in original ways to become active, self-sufficient, contributing respectful members of society living positive values on their journey of life-long learning.

 

As a Teaching Institution we strive to foster creative, critical, logical Educators who exploit their unique talents in original ways to become active, self-sufficient, contributing respectful members of society living positive values on their journey of life-long learning and are well prepared and do equip the students entrusted to their care with these same attributes.