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Upper School News & Information

Rising Seniors

The mandatory College Application Boot Camp for 12th grade students will be held on Thursday, August 12 and Friday, August 13 from 9:00am-12:00pm in the Student Center. Students need to bring their laptops and a positive attitude. Please make plans to attend.

Interested in Running Cross Country?

Any rising 9-12th grade students interested in running cross country should contact Coach Philip Chittaro.

Congratulations 2021-22 Troupe 3630 Officers:

Co-Presidents: Noah Caplan and Davison Filson
Vice-President: Angela Lynden
Secretaries: McClairin Garmon and Caroline Gottsman
Parliamentarian: Jonathan Suo
Co-Historians: Kate McCamy and Claire Morgan
Membership: Anderson Cheek and Makena Ginn
Sr. Members-at-large: Ari Mikels, Wyatt Starke, Kate Heald Jr.
Members-at-large: Sarah Kennedy, Ian Johnson, Will Robbins
Sophomore Members-at-large: Hank Brock, Emilia Horton, Nobi Roberts

Photos from the Upper School

2021-05-14: Class of 2021's Graduation Weekend
NOTE: More photos will be added to this gallery in the coming days.

WATCH (Video): 2021-05-15 HD version of the Class of 2021 Commencement

Upcoming Upper School Events

List of 9 events.

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Upper School Videos

From the School Counselor

Help Kids Stay Healthy Over the Summer
Need some ideas as to what to do during the summer to help kids stay healthy mentally and physically?
 
 
 


Student mental health over the summer
While summer break is a time of reduced stress from academics, students can continue to have some mental health issues with anxiety and depression.  The change in schedule and increased “free” time can be a challenge for some students.  Please see the articles below for some great ideas to help support your child over the summer.
 
 

From the School Nurse

REMINDER: Pick-up Your Child's Medical Supplies
If your child has medication, inhaler, or Epi-pen in the infirmary, please remember to pick them up this week to take them home for the summer.

The CDC recently released recommendations for "When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated." To read their recommendations - CLICK HERE.

The CDC issued new guidelines (click here to read) regarding the length of time to quarantine. Based upon these new recommendations, Lakeview Academy has updated their guidelines as to whether to come to school or not. You can download our guidelines by clicking HERE.

More information: Options to Reduce Quarantine for Contacts of Persons with SARS-CoV-2 Infection Using Symptom Monitoring and Diagnostic Testing

Busting Myths and Misconceptions about COVID-19 Vaccination | CDC

Upper School News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Ari Mikels Wins Best Actor Georgia High School Musical Theatre Award

    Congratulations to Ari Mikels who won Best Actor in the Georgia High School Musical Theatre Shuler Awards! He won over thespians from all divisions and titles throughout the state and is Lakeview Academy's first Best Actor winner. Ari will represent Georgia for Best Actor at the national level at the Jimmy Awards this summer. You can watch his performance at the 18:22 mark by clicking here. He is announced the winner at 21:19. Ari played Officer Lockstock in Lakeview's performance of Urinetown, which also received several Shuler Award nominations.

    In addition, Ian Johnson and McClairin Garmon were chosen and featured in the Shuler Ensemble and resiliency videos. Congratulations to all!
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  • Junior Named National Cyber Scholar

    Garv Gaur was named a National Cyber Scholar in the recent National Cyber Scholarship Competition. Garv was one of 5,000 students to qualify for the competition from a pool of 50,000 peers and one of only 600 high school students nationwide to be ranked as a finalist and win further training and scholarship opportunities in cybersecurity. The National Cyber Scholarship Competition(NCSC) is a rigorous 48-hour online cybersecurity competition sponsored by The National Cyber Scholarship Foundation (NCSF). Qualifiers competed in challenges such as solving computer security problems and capturing and defending computer systems.
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  • Lakeview Students Win State Technology Awards

    Mikhail Lovell
    Congratulations to the following students for their recent accomplishments at the state technology competition.
    • Garv Gaur, 1st Place – Programming Challenge (11th & 12th grade)
    • Julia Laine, 1st Place – Robotics (11th & 12th grade)
    • Damian Beisner, 3rd Place – Device Modification (9th & 10th grade)
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  • Lakeview Discus Thrower Places 16th in State

    Congratulations to Hayden White who competed in the A-Private State Track Meet where he finished among the state's Top 16 Discus Throwers at the meet. This is an incredible accomplishment especially considering this is the team's inaugural year.
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  • Lakeview's Class of 2021 Received over $3.74 million in non-HOPE scholarship offers

    Congratulations to Lakeview's class of 2021. These 45 students were offered over $3.74 million in non-HOPE scholarships and received 203 admission offers from 71 colleges and universities across 25 states and the UK with a 100% college acceptance rate. Click here to see the entire list of acceptances and scholarship offers.

    A few of their other accomplishments this year include... (Click "Read More")
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