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Sports in Middle and Upper School
The AACS Marching Band went to Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida January 19-23. The band and color guard were invited to march through Hollywood Studios where they played Wizard Wheezes from the Harry Potter movie series and Test Flight from the How to Train Your Dragon movie series.
For the first time in more than a decade, AACS sent members of our International Thespian Society Troupe (#7256) to the Maryland Thespian Festival. This year's festival was held at the University of Maryland College Park, and nearly 1000 high school theatre students, teaching artists, and clinicians were in attendance.
The AP Computer Science Principles class led by Mr. Danza took a deep dive into the evolution of computing innovations with their field trip to the National Security Agency’s Cryptologic Museum. Students participated in a scavenger hunt, created their own ciphers, cracked codes, hacked an electric car, and learned about the history of cryptology in U.S. by exploring declassified artifacts. They were privileged to hear from a speaker on “Defending Our Nation in Cyberspace.
Congratulations, Mrs. Hansen! AA County's Independent School Teacher of the Year.
Ordained minister James "J.B." Brown, the host of CBS's NFL Today, delivered a drop-the-mic commencement address at the Class of 2021's graduation ceremony.
The Middle School Running Club was a winner, winner, chicken dinner with a little off-season training and a lot of fun for students this spring.
Cardboard Creations were a huge hit with sixth graders enrolled in Mrs. Howe's iDesign STEM class.