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Mini Academic Conferences review PSAT results

During the first week of the semester the Juniors, Sophomores and others met with Mrs. Fuentes, Mrs. Hamberger, Mr. Ramkissoon and Mr. Hamberger to discuss the results of the PSAT/NMSQT test given in mid-October. This is a scholarship qualifying test given annually to be considered for the National Merit Scholarship Program. Those students that score […]

2nd Semester commences with a class volleyball tournament

Class Volleyball matches started on Wednesday, January 7 during assembly and will continue to the end of the month with a break for SA Spirit week activities the week of January 19. Each class plays girls and guys matches: 3 games to 11 points. Activity point as well as spirit points are awarded for showing […]

SA hosts annual Christmas breakfast

Wednesday morning students walked into the chapel that was transformed into a Christmas dining experience.  The student association officers and sponsors along with Mrs. Anita Watkins from Highland Academy, spent the previous day arranging the chairs around tables and decorating the tables with Christmas plates.  Mrs. Anita Watkins and her son, Mr. Chadd Watkins, principal […]

Life skills students have cookie bake off

The Sophomores in life skills class 1st semester participated in a cookie bake off contest.  Each student brought in their favorite cookie recipes, prepared the ingredients and placed them in the ovens to bake.  There were fifteen batches of cookies all being prepared at once. When the cookies were finished the class sampled the yummy […]

Madisonians spread cheer at Rivergate Mall

Monday, December 8th, at 6 pm, the MA Choir, “The Madisonians” will be performing at the Rivergate Mall near the Sears store.  This is the second of three Christmas performances.  Madison Campus Church members heard the choir perform at both its services this past Saturday.  Not only did the choir sing but in addition Hadassah Pegues and […]

Students spread holiday cheer at Maybelle Carter residence

Today the sophomores in life skills class traveled to Maybelle Carter, a senior living community, and set up Christmas trees on each floor and in the main lobby for the residents to enjoy.  This residence is just five minutes from the school and Mrs. Pam Gatling has arranged this trip each year for more than […]

Gymnastics team attends Acrofest 2014

Our 25 member Acros team as well as hundreds of students from across the United States and Puerto Rico will participate in Acrofest 2014 on the campus of Southern Adventist University November 13-15. This year’s theme is “Take it to the Next Level.” The first two days will be clinics where teams and individuals learn […]

No missing assignment challenge leads to pizza party

The students in 5th period library were challenged to clear up all their missing assignments. They were offered a pizza party to celebrate the accomplishment. Each day students asked how close we were to having the party. During the last week of October each student had cleared up all their missing work so a pizza […]

Basketball season starts at CAYA Jamboree

The Basketball season starts at Collegedale Academy on November 8 in the Jamboree for the boys and girls varsity and JV teams. Madison Academy will compete against teams from Greater Atlanta Adventist Academy, Georgia-Cumberland Academy and the host team Collegedale Academy. The games start at 6:30 EST.  Scores from the Jamboree. – Boys    Girls GIRLS […]

Students review Iowa Assessment data in mini-academic conferences

The Sophomores and Freshmen individually met with staff members in mini academic conferences to review the data provided by the Iowa Assessment. Students and staff members together analyzed the results of the Iowa Assessment and the Cognitive Abilities Tests and academic performance. Mrs. Gatling and Chaplin Jamieson gave some class-time for students to meet in […]