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Commencement Unlike Any Other

Commencement 2021 was unlike any other, which was a fitting conclusion to an unprecedented school year and a final example of just how resilient our graduating seniors and their families have been.

Warm welcomes were provided by Head of School Melissa Soderberg and class president Luke Nester, followed by the Valedictory Address from Cary Cup recipient Vaughn Armour and the Commencement Address by Debbie Keeran, who is retiring this month as the longest-serving…

19 Student-Athletes Commit to NCAA Teams

Columbus Academy's Class of 2021 will send 19 student-athletes to NCAA programs. Five seniors committed in the fall (Regan Cornelius, Charlotte Adams, Jonah Houston, Sydni Ratliff and Ashley Reynolds), eight during the winter signing period (Vaughn Armour, Vassar Barney, Chloe Gouhin, Brady Hess, Robert Mills, Jack Madison, Katie Schiano and Carolyn Tsung) and six more this spring (Manny Eribo, Sam Huyghe, Suzy L'Hommedieu, Kayla McClendon, Durell Moultrie  and Luke Nester).…

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Debbie Keeran Announced as 2021 Commencement Speaker

Debbie Keeran, who decided last fall to retire in June, will conclude her remarkable 42-year career at Columbus Academy as the 2021 Commencement speaker.

“Being the 2021 Commencement speaker is an absolute privilege to me,” said Debbie, our Assistant Director of Admissions since 1996. “Personally and professionally, Columbus Academy has been…

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Academy Benefits from Premier Education Program

Open the door of opportunity, and Columbus Academy students will make the most of it.

In May of 2010, Columbus Academy was selected to receive a $2 million endowment from the Malone Family Foundation to provide scholarships for high-achieving students with financial need (currently, 28% of our students receive tuition assistance). As the only Malone Scholarship School in Ohio at the time, Academy joined 30 other distinctive schools across the nation to have been honored…

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Celebration of Black History Month

All are invited to participate in a celebration of Black History Month that will take place via Zoom on Sunday afternoon!

Starting at 2:30, the initial half-hour will be geared toward younger students and their families. Hosted by Columbus Academy 7th-grader Brian Ankamah, this segment will feature 13-year-old entrepreneur Te'Lario Watkins II of Tiger Mushroom Farms (learn more about him at