Home News Page 44

News

English department illustrates excellence, prosperity

A simple glance upon the English department, the vessel of reading and writing nestled in the C pod, exists a reality: flourishment is ubiquitous.  On September 18, the National Book...

ICC Changes Enact President Responsibility, Student Power

Roll call at the Interclub Council (ICC) meetings will be changing, as the voices of presidents, instead of sponsors, will be calling out “here.”  This year a new policy...

Encouraging Bonds: Annual Freshmen Senior Lunch

Soda, cookies, and Marco’s Pizza were on full display as Maclay hosted its annual Freshmen Senior Lunch on Thursday, September 12. Traditionally, the lunch takes place under the big...

Hurricane Dorian

Starting in late August, Hurricane Dorian made its way up the East Coast. It hit the Bahamas as a Category five hurricane causing extreme damage. The storm was originally projected to head...

New Year Means New FLEX Courses

As this school year takes off, students are encouraged to take part in the upper school’s FLEX Enrichment courses. Courses such as SAT Prep, Chinese and Self Defense among others are being...

A Night with the Universities of Notre Dame and Virginia

On Wednesday, Aug. 29, parents and students of all grades filled the Dining Hall as admission representatives from the University of Notre Dame and the University of Virginia (UVA) held a joint...

An Evening with the “Dawgs”

On her first trip to Tallahassee, University of Georgia Admissions (UGA) Officer, Ashley O’Cain, made her first stop at Maclay School on August 29. This specific college visit was centered on finding...

Parents Switch Shoes for an Evening at Upper School Open House

On August 27th, Maclay hosted its annual upper school Open House where parents met with their student’s teachers. At 7:00 pm, parents followed their child’s schedules, giving them the opportunity to become...

Getting Involved: Maclay Hosts the ICC Fair

The Upper School hosted its annual InterClub Council (ICC) Fair on Friday, August 20 in the Cartee Gym. New and returning students were required to attend as it is an opportunity for...

Tallahassee isn’t Sunshine all the Time in a Sunshine State

When people think of Tallahassee they think the capital of the sunshine state but Tallahassee has some dark secrets. Many residents of Tallahsse are oblivious to all the true crime that happens...