Entries by Staff

Fitness Gram used to determine health of students

During assembly time, Wednesday, September 5, students changed out of school uniforms and into workout clothes and participated in the Fitness Gram test in the gym. This test measures student’s aerobic capacity in the pacer test, body composition with weight and height measurements, muscular strength in doing push-ups, muscular endurance in performing sit-ups and flexibility […]

National Honor Society inducts new members

Three students were inducted into the Madison Academy chapter of the National Honor Society during this year’s Dedication Service. The new inductees were Zachary Metzler, Julianne Plank, and Abby Tishaw. Colton Taylor transferred his NHS membership into the Madison Academy chapter and participated as an active member. This year the total membership of the National […]

Freshmen elect class officers

The members of the Class of 2022 elected their officers:  President – Nic Johnson, Pastor -Kyla Wetmore, Activities Coordinator – Julie Harvey, Finance Officer – Kaylyn Levoy, and Communications Coordinator – Samantha Martin.  The incoming Freshmen class were able to identify their classmates strengths in leadership during the first weeks of school, and during the […]

Student Council Officers for 18-19 school year announced

After a week of campaigning, speeches and voting the Student Council leaders were announced in chapel this morning by Mr. Andrew Jamieson, SA co-sponsor.  President is Jake Johnson, Campus Ministries Coordinator is Jack Wheeler, Service Coordinator is Kristen Whitley, Communications Coordinator is Camden Armstrong, Finance Officer is Donovan Allen and Activities Coordinator is Amari Fountain.  […]

Becoming a National Merit Finalist

Recently Mike Downs, Class of 2017 was asked to share what it takes to achieve National Merit Finalist status.  This is his story. “Accomplishing a large and improbable feat requires motivation, dedication, time and a visible success point. I was fortunate enough to be motivated by my eighth grade teacher and other adults around me […]