Author: Sarah Hajduk

With 2021 in view, we are happy to announce that Camp WA will be back in session. We look forward to hosting preschool, elementary, and sports camps again. Camp WA (day camp) provides a secure and fun environment for your child. Camp WA is an activities-based camp open to children turning two before the first of September through those going into sixth grade in the fall following camp. Our dedicated and caring camp staff is committed to providing a high-quality camp experience at an affordable price. We offer a wide range of structured activities that are age-appropriate and loads of...

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The Lions Swimming and Diving teams had an impressive showing at their District meet on Saturday, October 31. With several weather delays, both Ladies’ and Men’s teams were still able to capture the District Championship titles. There were also quite a few Individual Champions to celebrate in their respective events: Tori Barbar (500 free), Christian Clark (50 free and 100 free), Abigail Farrar (Diving), JoJo Richter (100 back), Blake Shaw (Diving), and Men's 200 free relay of Christian Clark, Max Flores, Mark Pekic, and Blake Shaw. Way to go Aquatic Lions! Congratulations to the Varsity Ladies’ and Men’s Cross Country teams...

We were disappointed that we could not hold our annual Pumpkin Patch this year, but God had another plan. The Lower School decided to bless elderly people residing in assisted living homes with “Encouragement Pumpkins.” The younger students decorated them, and older students added a Bible verse and a word of encouragement. These pumpkins have been placed in “quarantine,” and then student council officers will have the privilege of delivering them through a partnership with a local ministry, Heart2Heart Outreach. What a gift it will be for us to encourage our elderly neighbors with their own pumpkin patch! We are...

While a few Homecoming traditions were put on hold this year due to COVID, school spirit was on full display through decorated hallways and dress-up days. The Homecoming football game was an eventful one, as a limited crowd joined us at the west campus Athletic Complex to cheer on the Lions as they took on the Saint Andrews School Scots. Although the Lions came up short, they fought hard throughout the game and had an impressive showing in the second half, where they outscored the Scots 27-0. Our Homecoming Court representatives were recognized on the field at halftime, while our...