On Thursday night members of the Amelia Academy lower and high school performed the play “Follow the Star). Upper school piano students entertained the audience with pieces on the piano.
Pictured is the lower school choir performing.
Amelia Academy fifth grader Austin Ison as King Herod tells the angel (Aeriella Coward), and shepherds Michael Anderson, Johnathan Anderson, Rose Flippin and Reagan Graber that he would like to find the baby Jesus so he could worship him.
Jacob Ratliff, Jenyiah Coward and Rupert Allen sing “Out of the Bethlehem Sky” during the Christmas Program.
Cole Duncan, Johnathan Chambers and Noah Thomas were the three kings during Thursday’s performance.
Fifth graders’ Johnathan Anderson, Reagan Graber and Michael Anderson sing “Joy to the World”.
The John Thornton chapter of National Honor Society welcomed three members to their group at a Chapel Ceremony held on Friday, November 21st. New members: David Easter, Greg Harris, and Eli Edens pose for a picture after signing their names into the NHS Book.
Amelia Academy inducted six middle school students into the Virginia Lee Courter chapter of the Junior National Honor Society. Those students were Jaxon Baldwin, Chase Thomas, Curtis Ison, Summer Carter, Macy Barnard, and Bobbie Fletcher.
The Amelia Academy Varsity Basketball team hosted Christ Chapel on Tuesday, November 19th. Amelia Academy junior Greg Harris protects the ball as he looks for the open man. The Patriots suffered a 46 – 56 loss.
During Tuesday’s game with Christ Chapel senior Kevin Hodonou scores two points for the Amelia Academy Patriots.
Three Amelia Academy student athletes were recognized on Friday night when the Patriots hosted Grace Christian. Senior night for fall sports was held between the middle school and varsity games. Senior cross country runner Sarah Pomfrey was escorted by her parents, Chris and Lynn Pomfrey. Senior volleyball player Madison Barnard was accompanied by her sister Macy and parents Gregory and Sharon Barnard. Senior volleyball player Lexi Easter was presented by her sister Savanah, mother April Easter, father Tony Easter and step mother, Tracie Easter.
Friday night saw the Amelia Academy Patriots hosting Grace Christian in their final home game of the regular season. On senior night Senior Madison Barnard prepares to pass the ball. The Patriots won in three games.
Amelia Academy senior Lexi Easter waits for the ball during Friday’s 3-0 win over Grace Christian. This was Amelia Academy’s senior night.
The Amelia Academy middle school volleyball team hosted Banner Christian on Friday, October 25th. Pictured is eighth grader Bobbie Fletcher going for the ball. The Patriots won.
Amelia Academy fifth grader Reagan Graber makes the serve during the Little Lady Patriots final home game of the season against Grace Christian.
Amelia Academy middle school players Deanna King, Riley Stallings, Reagan Graber and Hardy McMillion cheer on the Patriots during their win against Grace Christian on Friday night.
The Amelia Academy cross-country team traveled to Kenston Forest on Thursday for a meet. Pictured are senior Sarah Pomfrey and junior Kellie Banks running in the women’s division.
Amelia Academy runners D’monte’ Moseley and Greg Harris start the cross-country race at Kenston Forest when the Patriots traveled to Blackstone on Thursday for this VCC event.
Amelia Academy Patriots’ Amanda Carwile goes up for a spike during Thursday’s loss to Richmond Christian.
Mikayla Anderson waits for the ball on Thursday night when the middle school Patriots defeated Richmond Christian. Fellow Patriot Brooke Anderson waits for the pass.
#26 Brooke Anderson concentrates on making a pass during the Patriots middle school win on Thursday over Richmond Christian.
On Thursday night the Little Lady Patriots hosted Richmond Christian. The middle school Patriots won this contest. Pictured is seventh grader Macy Barnard going up for the ball.
Amelia Academy volleyball coach Jason Morris and players Reagan Graber and Brooke Hazzard watch the middle school action during Thursday’s game with Richmond Christian. The Patriots won this game.
Amelia Academy Varsity Volleyball player Jade Nunnally returns the ball during the Patriot’s loss to Richmond Christian.
Sophomore Sarah Reynolds waits for the referee during last week’s game with Richmond Christian. The varsity Patriots played hard but lost this contest.