Veterans Day celebrates our soldiers and marines who served this country or, in some cases, made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. But what about all those people who help our troops? The people who live in the country that is being torn apart by war. The people who risk their lives to help our soldiers communicate, navigate, and survive. What about them?
Matt Zeller, an AC Class of 2000 alum, left our campus with ideas of being a lawyer or a politician and went on to earn degrees from Hamilton College and Syracuse University before joining the U.S. Army.
In 2008 his life, and his future, changed forever. (more…)
Posted in: AC in the News, Alumni News, Authentic Learning, Entrepreneurship, Global Engagement, Highlights
The HAC girls volleyball team sponsored their annual Dig Pink day on October 2nd. During school the team held a bake sale and encouraged members of the school community to dress in pink. That night, during the JV and Varsity matches the parents coordinated a concessions stand and raffle. The team raised an impressive $1068 towards the cause of breast cancer research. And, to cap off the night, the varsity team won, improving their record to 9-3.
Posted in: Highlights, Upper School
Every year, Allendale Columbia School English teacher, Ms. Deanna Putnam creates a slide show that is shared during Middle School Recognition Ceremony. Enjoy!
Posted in: Eighth Grade, Highlights, Middle School, Seventh Grade, Sixth Grade