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Art In The Capitol Competition

October 17, 2017 Posted in: Arts Tags: ,

unnamed-1Congratulations, to WA middle school students’ whose artwork was selected for the Middle School “Art in the Capitol” Exhibition!

  • Coleman Smith, Frogger, marker & paint 9 x 12 inches
  • Jason Youstin, Lines, marker 10 x 12 inches
  • Paige Sansbury, Blue Whale, watercolor 11 x 15 inches
  • Veronika Ferrell, Animal, graphite on paper 9 x 12 inches

Students with artwork juried into the “Art in the Capitol” competition will be honored at a special Reception & Awards Ceremony on Thursday, October 26, 2017, at the Young At Art Museum in Davie, Florida. The artwork will be judged by a selection committee consisting of art teachers whose students have not submitted work for the competition.

HarvestFest Candy Drive

harvestfestHarvestFest is Wednesday, October 25, at 5:30 p.m. in the Kennedy Fellowship Hall of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. Festivities will include music, games, petting zoo, bounce house, and more!

Please bring in bags of individually wrapped candies that are kid-friendly.

Athletic Highlights—October 12, 2017

Thursday, October 5
  • Varsity Men’s Swimming and Diving: Won 110-89 vs. Calvary Christian
  • Varsity Volleyball: Won 3-1 vs. Somerset College Prep
Saturday, October 7
  • MS Volleyball (Red): 1st Place in the South Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament
Tuesday, October 10
  • 6th Grade Football: Won 34-12 vs. University School
  • MS Volleyball (Red): Won 2-1 vs. Boca Christian
  • JV Volleyball: Won 2-1 vs. Boca Christian

Wednesday, October 11

  • MS Volleyball (Red): Won 2-1 vs. Somerset Central

College Planning 101—November 6

college-savings2Save the date! Parents of students of all ages, join us for College Planning 101 on Monday, November 6, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. WA alumni, Philip Piedt ’07 of Benchmark Financial and John Novoa ’02 of Thrivent Financial, will be sharing strategies for saving and preparing for higher education. Early preparation is key, so we encourage parents of preschoolers through seniors to attend. As a college preparatory school, we are excited to offer this event presented by our alumni who want to give back to their alma mater which laid a foundation for the success they experience today.

Make Your Own Tie-Dye Shirts At Homecoming

October 5, 2017 Posted in: Arts Tags: , , ,

tie-dyeCome join Art Honor Society and make your own tie-dye shirts at the Homecoming game this Friday night! For $10 you can tie-dye a custom t-shirt to take home, or you can bring in your own shirt, socks, or bandanas and pay only $5. All proceeds support the WA Art Honor Society and the Art Department.

Athletic Highlights—October 5, 2017

Thursday, September 28

  • MS Volleyball (Red): Won 2-0 vs. Highlands Christian
  • JV Volleyball: Won 2-0 vs. Highlands Christian

Friday, September 29

  • MS Volleyball (Red): Won 2-0 vs. Berean Christian
  • Varsity Ladies’ Swimming and Diving: Won 84-63 vs. Covenant Christian and won 77-64 vs. St. Edward’s
  • Varsity Men’s Swimming and Diving: Won 106-13 vs. Covenant Christian and won 86-68 vs. St. Edward’s

Saturday, September 30

  • Varsity Men’s Swimming and Diving: Won 94-65 vs. Holy Trinity and won 89-76 vs. Space Coast High School
  • Varsity Ladies’ Cross Country: Jasmine Hincapie and Rebecca Forrester both medaled at the Florida Runners Invitational in Lakeland

Monday, October 2

  • MS Volleyball (Red): Won 2-0 vs. University School
  • Varsity Ladies’ Swimming and Diving: Won 74-56 vs. Somerset Academy
  • Varsity Men’s Swimming and Diving: Won 125-38 vs. Somerset Academy and won 106-62 vs. Chaminade-Madonna

Tuesday, October 3

  • 6th Grade Football: Won 30-14 vs. Pine Crest
  • JV Volleyball: Won 2-0 vs. Somerset Canyons
  • Varsity Volleyball: Won 3-0 vs. Somerset Canyons

College Planning 101—November 6

college-savings2Save the date! Parents of students of all ages, join us for College Planning 101 on Monday, November 6, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. WA alumni, Philip Piedt ’07 of Benchmark Financial and John Novoa ’02 of Thrivent Financial, will be sharing strategies for saving and preparing for higher education. Early preparation is key, so we encourage parents of preschoolers through seniors to attend. As a college preparatory school, we are excited to offer this event presented by our alumni who want to give back to their alma mater which laid a foundation for the success they experience today.

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