Coming to T-shirts soon: “Central Academy: Highly Motivated except when we aren’t” and the JFK quote about going to the moon, “We do these things not because they are easy but because they are hard”. In the next few weeks Central Academy will be selling the first ever Academy T-shirts for $15! Click the headline … Read more »
There are no classes on Wednesday, November 25, to allow students and families more to prepare for Thanksgiving. Classes resume on Monday, November 30, at the usual time. Enjoy your holiday.
Last Tuesday the topics were: “The Scheduling Process: How to students sign up for Academy courses” and “Assessment Alphabet Soup: The various external assessments (PSAT, SAT, ACT) and associated opportunities (National Merit Scholar Program). View the presentation under the Parents tab on this website.
8th Grade students in Government and Current Events with Ms. Fox, established full fledged campaign platforms, researched important policy positions, and put together campaign ads and flyers. On Monday and Tuesday, the students debated the issues before the senior AP social Studies classes. The upperclassmen asked hard hitting questions and determined the winner of each round of the debate. Click headline for pictures.
Mathletes from all 5 DMPS High Schools and the surrounding area went to Platteville Wisconsin last week to compete in a national math competition. Check out what fun math can be! Click the headline to see a slide show of the trip!
Reese Erlich, a journalist who has covered the Middle East extensively, spoke to Mr. Voshell’s AP Comparative Government and Politics class on Friday. Some AP World History students also attended the speaker. Mr. Erlich brought his extensive knowledge of the Middle East to a discussion about Syria, its political history and current events.