The Charger Newsletter

ENROLLMENT FOR 2017-2018

Re-enrollment packets were mailed out at the beginning of spring break, so if you did not receive your packet, please check in the school office to make sure we have your correct address and to pick up a packet.  Please return your Enrollment Contracts to the office as soon as you can because we are now in the process of testing and interviewing new students and we want our current students to retain their place in their class.



FOOD, FELLOWSHIP, FUNDRAISING

A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who came out the the ChariTea Event for ACA at McAllister’s on Tuesday evening!  McAllister’s is donating 10% of their sales between 5:00 & 10:00 p.m. yesterday to ACA.  We really appreciate your participation in these restaurant events.



DEADLINE TO PURCHASE YEARBOOK!

YOUR LAST CHANCE TO ORDER A YEARBOOK IS APRIL 14th!!!     Ordering a yearbook is easy!  Go to www.TreeRing.com/validate and enter our school’s code:  1014725638033905.

You will have the option to personalize two pages of the yearbook for your student.  These pages will only appear in your student’s book and can cover any family or personal memories from the year.  (Yearbook Staff will review pages for appropriate content.)  THE DEADLINE FOR COMPLETING YOUR PERSONALIZED PAGES IS APRIL 14th!       

Yearbooks will be delivered at senior graduation in May! Don’t miss out!  Only $35.00 per yearbook!



OKLAHOMA JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE

On Friday, March 24, four students from ACA and their sponsors drove to Moore, Oklahoma to participate in the Oklahoma Junior Classical League Convention. This annual event is a great opportunity for students who study Latin and appreciate the impact of our classical heritage, to fellowship together and compete in academics, athletics, and the arts with students from across the state.  Although our delegation was small in numbers this year, they represented ACA well and came away with quite a few victories as listed below.  The convention is a great deal of fun, and we look forward to taking a larger delegation next year.

Achievements of the 2017 Delegates:

Sarah Green (School of Dialectic – Class of 2023)  This was Sarah’s first year at OKJCL, and even though she is in Introduction to Latin, there is no competition for that, so she had to compete with the Latin I students.

10th place in Latin I Vocabulary Test

7th place in Latin I Grammar Test

3rd place in Historical Character Costume

Rebecca Stephens (School of Rhetoric – Class of 2020)  Rebecca is a new student at ACA and in our Latin I class.  This was her first encounter with OKJCL, and she did extremely well winning several honors.

7th place Latin Grammar Test

6th Place in Roman Life Test

6th Place in the History Test

4th Place in Latin Derivatives Test

4th Place in the Mythology Test

3rd Place in Latin I Reading Comprehension Test

1st Place in the Women’s 100-Meter Dash

Katherine Bates (School of Rhetoric – Class of 2018)  Katherine is a veteran of OKJCL and led the group in Spirit Competitions and encouraging participation.  She competed on the Advanced Latin III level, and was one of our two official delegates to the Convention Constitution Committee.

8th Place Latin III Vocabulary Test

3rd Place Geography

1st Place Latin III Derivatives

1st Place Latin Sight Reading Advanced Prose

1st Place Traditional Photography

Andrew Hastings (School of Rhetoric – Class of 2018)  Andrew is a veteran of OKJCL and competed on the Advanced Latin III level.  He was one of our two official delegates to the Convention Constitution Committee.

8th Place Latin III Derivatives Test

8th Place Roman Life Test

3rd Place Latin III Grammar Test

3rd Place Mythology Test

3rd Place Roman History Test

3rd Place Chess Tournament

3rd Place Men’s Marathon Race



CAMP ENTERPRISE

In 1976, the Rotary Club of Tulsa partnered with Junior Achievement to develop a private enterprise business simulation program called Titan. They endeavored to invite and fully scholarship Juniors from area schools to an annual 4-day event they would call Camp Enterprise. For the past four years, Juniors from ACA have participated in this amazing competition. This year, five of our students participated and showed themselves to be very strong competitors, representing ACA very well! We are proud to announce that two of our challengers, Ian Brandenburg and Katherine Bates, were voted to be Presidents of two of the 8 competing teams. We are even more excited to announce that Ian Brandenburg and his team (which included our own Micah Chambers) came home with the big win, taking 1st place for having the strongest and most profitable company at the end of 4 days and 20 rounds of competitions. Katherine Bates came home with the much coveted President’s Award. This award is issued by the directors of Camp Enterprise for excellence in the use of mentors and business resources to grow and excel in their role as leader of their teams. Congratulations to all five of our Camp Enterprise students: Ian Applebaum, Katherine Bates, Kayla Bender, Ian Brandenburg and Micah Chambers!  All of these participants (and their parents) have been invited to the Tulsa Rotary luncheon on Wednesday, April 26th, at noon, where they will also be honoring Ian Brandenburg for his team win!



NEW LIFE RANCH SUMMER OPPORTUNITY

At our most recent Salt & Light Chapel, a representative from New Life Ranch spoke to our secondary students about the summer opportunities at NLR for leadership development.  They offer three levels of leadership development, and they are looking for high school students who are interested in serving like Jesus and living out their faith.  We have brochures at the school office, and you can also visit www.newliferanch.com for more information or to apply.



SUMMER FIELD STUDIES

We are excited to start a Summer Field Study program. We are offering this program to our high school students (including the current 8th graders). The studies offered this summer will be Explore Oklahoma and Discover Dallas. There is a PDF attached below that will give you more details about the trips. The trips are tentatively scheduled for the 3rd week in June and the 3rd week in July.  In order for a trip to work out, we must have 6 students committed. There is also a maximum number of 12 students per trip. Students who complete one of the trips will also be able to receive 3 colloquia points. Colloquia points are part of the requirements to graduate from ACA. We are looking for interested students! If you have any questions or comments please contact Jessika Crow at [email protected]



SCHOOLWAY APP

If you have not yet added the Schoolway app to your phone, please consider adding it!  It is our primary way to alert parents when we need to get information to you quickly.  Please see the attachment below for more information.



ACA OFFICE HOURS

Our school office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  If you need to reach someone outside of office hours, please email [email protected] .  

 

 

Have questions?  Please call ACA at 918-832-4600

 

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Apr. 7: “Willy Wonka” performance, 7:00 p.m.

Apr. 8: “Willy Wonka” performance, 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.

Apr. 9: “Willy Wonka” performance, 3:00 p.m.

Apr. 14: Good Friday, No School

Apr. 21: Grandparents Day, School dismisses at noon

Apr. 28: 5th Grade trip to Cosmosphere

Apr. 28: Senior Sponsored Talent Show, 7:00 p.m.

Apr. 28-30: 8th Grade trip

 
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