Despite the current global crisis, Academy High students Briana Ballard ‘21 and Sophia Libman ‘24 are determined to make a difference. Community involvement has always been a core value for both students, which resulted in them creating a student-led community
With more time on her hands due to the pandemic, Sophia Libman started X-Time, a service that offers free 30-minute Zoom classes for elementary students, covering a variety of topics. Coverage in the News-GazetteX-Time website
Academy High recently hosted its spring Virtual Open House. The While we can’t be together in person, we A link can be found here.
Academy High is pleased to announce its summer camps for 2020! Slated for July and early August, our camps are designed to operate both in person and via e-learning, allowing camp to proceed regardless of State of Illinois recommendations related
As recruitment continues for the 2020-2021 academic year, we are finding creative ways demonstrate what makes Academy High an engaging, innovative learning environment. Thanks to Drone module instructor, Ben Khachaturian, for his outstanding virtual tour! This fall will mark the first time
In the innovative spirit of Academy High, the school recently hosted a Virtual Open House. At the Open House, families: Met the new Head of School, John Carpenter Heard brief presentations from faculty about their innovative curriculum Learned about how Indexed Tuition makes an Academy High education
Academy High faculty met this week to prepare for e-learning, which begins tomorrow. All core classes are continuing uninterrupted, with adapted modules forthcoming!
As efforts expand to help control community spread of COVID-19, Academy High chose to move its spring conferences online. When students, faculty, parents are engaged and flexible, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish!