Foundation for a Strong Future

Creating academic challenges

We challenge students at every level

Pride in being a Patriot

We instill moral and democratic values

New opportunities

Students can try a sport they’ve never played

Nurturing Creativity

Visual and performing arts

New Adventures Await

Lower School days are filled with fun

Prepared for Success in College & Career

“We love Amelia Academy so much and all the credit goes to the staff for making the school warm and welcoming while also pushing our kids academically. Every single day the kids are happy when we drop them off and pick them up. They are both learning so much.”

Lower School Parent

New Directions

Students at Amelia Academy can explore new interests, whether in sports or extra-curricular programs. Students are encouraged to become involved and try something new.

Academic Success

Opportunities are provided for each student to learn how to think critically and make intelligent choices.

Individual Attention

Teachers provide challenges for students in small classes. They engage students’ intellectual curiosity and broaden their horizons within the framework of a traditional, text-book based curricula.



Our graduates are going places


A Message From Our Head of School

Amelia Academy’s mission is to educate the whole student including, but not limited to, ethical, intellectual, and physical development. Our purpose is to develop in each student qualities of good character, leadership, scholarship, and service. Opportunities are provided for each student to learn to think critically and to make intelligent choices. Our school stresses the importance of principled behavior with emphasis on honor, integrity and personal responsibility.

We endeavor to prepare our students for all levels of education beyond secondary school so that each student will adapt to a rapidly changing world and make a worthwhile contribution to our democratic society. The Board of Directors, administration, faculty, and staff believe that our students should view their youth as a time of accomplishment in which they greatly expand their knowledge of themselves, our nation, and the world. We want our students to experience and cultivate an awareness of intellectual, physical, social and emotional development as important ingredients in the quality of life.

Our function is to challenge our students at all academic levels and to instill just, moral and democratic values. We believe our students need experiences in responsibility, critical thinking, intellectual curiosity, creativity, leadership, decision making and communicative skills.

Since our student population encompasses many backgrounds, we utilize this diversity to broaden our students’ horizons and help them develop an understanding of others. We also host selected foreign students who help enrich the cultural diversity of the Academy.

New Events

Here’s what’s happening this week around AA: 

~ The LPT has kicked off their annual Little Caesars Fundraiser!  See attached flyer!  
Click here ( to order today. It’s easy and only takes a few minutes to order. You can pay by credit card and the yummy Kits will be shipped right to your door by FedEx. It’s the same price to ship 1 or 2 Kits, so you might want to get 2!   This fundraiser ends on March 2.  

~ On Thursday, March 21, we will be hosting Middle School Forensics.  Grades 5 – 7 participate in the competition.  Grades 8 – 12 will be required to attend to assist in various ways (lunch help, leading groups around school, etc.) **This is a change from what was reported last week.  
Grades PK – 4th ONLY do not attend school that day.  Grades 5 – 12 are expected to be at school that day. 
More details will follow. 

~ The library will have a bake sale on Feb. 29.  Contact Mrs. Berry if you can help donate items!  

~ The Junior Class is selling delicious chicken dinners to help raise money for Prom!  You can get a chicken leg quarter, cole slaw, baked beans, and roll for only $12.  Orders are due by March 1.  Meals will be served on March 8, pick up time TBA.  Flyer is attached. 

~  Need an Easter gift?  The SGO is selling Pura Vida bracelets in school colors!  You can get one for $10 or TWO for only $15!   See Mrs. Hayghe, any SGO member, or the office to buy yours today.   

~  The new bleachers are in!  Would you like to help out by purchasing a bleacher in honor or memory of someone?  Call us for more details! 

~ Let’s Go NUTS for Reading!  Students can once again earn a Flying Squirrels ticket by reading!  If students read 8 books and return their completed bookmark by Friday, March 22, they earn a free ticket to the June 5 game.  Parents can purchase tickets through the following link:
Contact Mrs. Berry for more details.  

~ One School One Book is getting ready to kick off again!  Please see the attached form if you want to sign up.  If you aren’t familiar with this – we will ALL read a book together.  Anyone is welcome to participate!  You read at home each night as a family and we will all get together and celebrate and discuss the book when done.  This program was a hit last spring and so much fun! 

Next week’s lunch menu:

Monday –   Hot Dog / Onion Rings
Tuesday –  Tacos / Nachos
Wednesday – Chicken Sandwich / French Fries
Thursday –   Pizza 
Friday – Cafe CLOSED – Pack your lunch!  

Cafe notes –
Mar. 1 – Cafe will be CLOSED – Students will need to pack their lunches and snacks.
Mar. 11 – LPT Chick – Fil – A day – LAST Chick-Fil-A day of the year (Cafe closed) 


Congratulations to all four basketball teams on great seasons!  Uniforms are due now if you have not turned them in.  Please place each uniform in a gallon ziploc bag with your child’s name on it and turn in to Mrs. Anderson ASAP.  

Baseball and softball conditioning has already started or will start next week!   Practice schedules will be forthcoming.  Please contact Mrs. Anderson with any questions and if your child has not turned in a sports physical for this year it is due now.                               

Pep Club is starting back up!  Pep Club will meet from 3 – 4 pm starting March 12 in Mrs. Hayghe’s classroom! 
Other pep club dates are:  March 26, April 9, April 23, and May 7.  

**Practice schedules for all sports are on our school calendar on the website OR on the calendar given out by coaches.  
Contact Mrs. Anderson if there are any questions –

Mark Your Calendar:
Mar. 1 – Cafe Closed
Mar. 11 – LPT Cafe Day – Last Chick-Fil-A day of the year (details to come!) 
Mar. 21 – Middle School Forensics at AA 
Mar. 29 – School Closed – Good Friday
Apr. 1-5 – Easter Break
Apr. 11 – Open House 
Apr. 22 – 29 – Scholastic Book Fair




Other upcoming events —CALENDAR 



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