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Academy Students Make Their Voices Heard

In addition to all they are doing here on campus, Columbus Academy students have been active this fall making their voices heard to much broader audiences.

For instance, senior Aniah Crockett (top left) made a video about justice in mathematical spaces and submitted it to the National Math Festival “Imagine Math Class” challenge. This student in Mr. Bolognese’s Advanced…

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Coach Anne Horton Reaches Rare Milestone

Columbus Academy's 2-1 victory against Upper Arlington in the field hockey district finals on October 26 was incredibly memorable because it marked the 600th win in the 38-year coaching career of Anne Horton. According to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association, Anne became just the 11th high school field hockey coach in the country to ever reach that milestone. Following a double-overtime loss…

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Adam McHugh Takes Over Ice Hockey Program

Director of Athletics Jason Singleton recently announced that Adam McHugh is the new varsity head coach for Columbus Academy’s ice hockey program, which had been guided by Corey Taber since being founded as a JV squad in 2017.

Adam, a resident of Lewis Center, is entering his 10th season of coaching ice hockey. He led the Olentangy Orange High School squad as a captain for three years and played one season at Ohio University before transferring to Otterbein University,…

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Fourteen More Students Earn National Academic Recognition

The College Board recently recognized 14 students from Columbus Academy for their academic prowess.

Quinn Hulme, Emmett Leo, Charlotte Rose, Christopher Shen, Charles Stoner, Jaswanth Vandrasi, Raaghuv Vazirani and Vernon Wright have been named Commended Students in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program while Aniah Crockett, Imani Munene, Kennedy Jackson, Lucas Jones, Naimah Edwards and Maya Walter received academic honors in the College…

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Golfers Excel at State Tournament

This past weekend was a historic one for our varsity golfers as our girls placed fourth in their first state tournament and the boys claimed their fifth-straight Division II championship.

Playing at NorthStar, our boys overcame a 10-stroke deficit on the first day to win by three strokes for their sixth state title in eight seasons under head coach Craig Yakscoe.

And in just their third year as a program under head coach Maggie Freytag, our…