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Now accepting student applications for 2013-2014 in:
- Cluster class for 2nd through 5th grades
- Courses for 9th through 12th grades including
- Algebra 1, Saxon
- Algebra 2, Saxon
- Advanced Math, Saxon
- Senior Literature
- World Literature
- Writing Workshop with Creative Writing, Research papers, and Grammar
- Spanish 1
- French 2
- World History with an Advanced Placement component
- US Government with an Advanced Placement component
- Cross Country Running
- Multimedia Design and Publishing
High School classes available to home schooled students as well as fully enrolled students.
Email Pamela Showalter at email@example.com or call at 404.468.6212 to setup an appointment to visit the school.
To be considered for enrollment, the completed registration and application forms and transcripts must be submitted. Upon receiving the completed submission an admissions interview will be scheduled with the student and his/her family.
Our new Metropolitan blesses our school
Our new Metropolitan His Beatitude Jonah visited our school for the first time and gave St. Nicholas Orthodox Academy his blessing. If you want to see the pictures and other great photos of him click here.
Hunstsville Space and Rocket Center
Click Here for some pictures from the schools recent field trip to the Huntsville Space Center. Pretty sweet trip!
Students do their best to make it up the treacherous rock wall... well ok, maybe not so treacherous but still hard. See the Slide Show!
A Good Ol Fashion Christmas Pinata
As a bonus to the school's Christmas party, the students got to have a whack at a pinata out in Grant Park. Click Here to see the pictures.
Natural Habitat for Frogs
Finally, St. Nicholas Academy's habitat for frogs project is finished. In a corner of the school's garden we created a small pond ranging from 3 ft. to 6 in. A solar powered pump keeps the water circulating and oxygenated by activating a small waterfall every time the sun shines. More Photos Here!
Elizabeth Ehrlich, Christine Reid, and Ben Johnson are St. Nicholas Academy's proud graduates of the 2008 school year.
After a lot of practicing with teacher Roy Ioannides throughout the school year, students showed off their slick new dance moves to family and friends.
KSU JEHP Student Qualifies as National Merit Semifinalist
Benjamin N. Johnson, 17, of Marietta, has been named a National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalist with a score of 232 out of a possible 240 on the 2006 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, placing him in the top 1% of students taking the test.
Georgia State Honors Chorus
Six students from St. Nicholas participated in Georgia State University Honors Chorus at the Rialto Center for the Arts downtown on September 14 along with students from 12 other high schools across the state.
Students at St. Nicholas Academy show off the fruit of their labors -
and their vegetable garden. Even in a drought, the Lord has a provided!
St. Nicholas Photo Story Contest
Earlier this semester junior high and high school students assembled to present their Multi Media Photo Story at the first annual St. Nicholas Student Photo Contest. This contest allowed students to work in groups to tell a fictional story through pictures, text and music. Judges were present to pick the presentation that best told the story. First prize winner recieved a free lunch at Grant Central Pizza and a two bags of candy. Second place received locker shelves and one bag of candy, while third place received one bag of candy. View select photos from the winners.
Lower and Middle School team up to paint bird houses
On February 18th, students from grades 5th thru 8th teamed up to paint bird and bat houses for the Grant Park Conservancy.
Students Celebrate Arbor Day by planting trees in Grant Park
Students of St. Nicholas Academy planted trees in Grant Park in honor of Arbor Day, a national celebration that encourages tree planting. See the slideshow!
Students Celebrate Valentines Day
On February 14th, students exchanged valentines and candy at their monthly PTO sponsored lunch. The Valentine's day gifts were made possible by the St. Nicholas Student Government, which raised over $100.
The Writer's Corner– Take a look at this new writer's showcase. Throughout the year we will give you a
sampling of the best fiction, non-fiction, poetry, all written by the talented students of St. NIcholas Orthoodox Academy!
Sub-Continental Divide Wathershed Project
Our 5th and 6th grade art class recently took part in a fascinating mural project. This gigantic mural on DeKalb Avenue marks the Eastern Subcontinental Divide that runs along the edge of the Lake Claire neighborhood. View pictures of our students in action.
Christmas Ice Skating
Students go Ice Skating on the last day of the first semester. See the pictures.
NEW! ARTIST'S CORNER
Take a look at the St. Nicholas Orthodox Academy ARTIST'S CORNER. As with the our upcoming WRITER"S CORNER, we will be showcasing outstanding student art work. Now showing is a photography series entitled FLOWERS by Kolya Katz, and STILL LIFE Drawings taken from our High School drawing class.
Thanksgiving Assembly a Success!
The 5th annual St. Nicholas Thanksgiving assembly was a huge success on Tuesday afternoon. Many of the students participated by singing songs and reading select writings that relate to Thanksgiving. Following the presentations the students ate pie! See the pictures!
St. John's Youth Group Disco Fundraiser
Saturday, January 19th, the youth group from St. John the Wonderworker
Church held its annual dance fundraiser. This year all of the proceeds
went to victims of hurricane Katrina. See the pictures!
We have frogs! They may have come naturally, but they may have also come as tadpoles in a Styrofoam cup full of stream water. The pond is looking much more wild, see it for yourself.
Maybe you are wondering what that noise was. Oh, just the epic woofers we cranked at a Rumble In The Jungle.
The Annual Harvest Festival
Every year, members of the parish and of the school get together out in the country to share good food, games, and live music under the clear autumn sky. This year's festival featured a hay ride, which certainly helped us all appreciate the comforts of modern transportation. View Slide Show!
Student's Artwork Uploaded
Art is one of the many classes taught at St. Nicholas Academy. We took pictures of some of the paintings and sketches drawn by our students over the years. Click HERE to view the artwork and enjoy!
Contact the school for more information.
St. Nicholas Orthodox Academy
543 Cherokee Avenue
Email and Phone:
Atlanta, GA 30312 firstname.lastname@example.org
WATCH PROMOTIONAL VIDEO CREATED BY THE STUDENTS
From the many pictures and video clips to the back ground music, this video is a completely original production.
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