The September 2020 student of the month at Alpha Omega Academy is Ian Bazinet, a junior who lives on the outskirts of Detroit, Michigan. Since he was just 12 years old, he has been running his own business. That strong work ethic has flowed over into his schoolwork, which has earned him the recognition of this month’s honor from AOA’s teachers. [Read more…]
AOA is excited to launch a new feature and benefit for our students in grades 7-12, a virtual library where you can check out books for pleasure or borrow some of your required readers virtually for your English classes. We hope you use this to read some wonderful books this school year! [Read more…]
You are cordially invited to attend AOA’s Fall Open House to complete our kickoff of the 2020-21 school year.
We are offering three online Open House sessions via Zoom for your convenience. All sessions will have the same information. If you would like to attend, you do not need to attend more than one session. [Read more…]
Another round of deadlines is quickly approaching for students who wish to take college entrance exams. The ACT has seven remaining test dates, while the SAT offers five tests for this year’s class. Be sure to use AOA’s school code (163779) when you register! [Read more…]
There are many ways to get involved at AOA with your classmates! Our goal is to provide AOA students with a variety of classes and clubs that spark the interests of our wide range of students in hopes of bringing them all together in community. Although some of our classes have an academic focus, many are just for fun and student interaction. [Read more…]
Whether you’re a new or returning student, Alpha Omega Academy hopes to help all students feel confident as they come into the new school year. To assist you this year, AOA has launched new, updated orientation videos. [Read more…]
“By opening our lives to God in Christ, we become new creatures…Only through an inner spiritual transformation do we gain the strength to fight vigorously the evils of the world in a humble and loving spirit.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Recent events have brought the topic of racism and injustice to the forefront of everyone’s mind. If you want to be part of a peaceful solution, a powerful place for every parent to start is by having age-appropriate conversations with your children about racism.
The April 2020 student of the month at Alpha Omega Academy is Paulus Pieke van der Zee, a 3rd grade student who lives in Spain and has impressed his teachers at AOA with his love for the Lord and the study of God’s Word and creation.
“He is a straight A student and puts great effort into completing his projects and actually goes beyond the requirements for projects,” wrote Mrs. Christine Johnson, who nominated Paulus for this month’s honor. “He answers questions well and asks questions when something is not understood. Paulus loves Jesus, and someday I believe is going to make a huge impact on our world.” [Read more…]
When brave men and women enter the armed forces, they know they may be asked to make the ultimate sacrifice of laying down their life or well-being for our freedom. In the wake of these sacrifices, the families of these heroes are often left with heavy burdens even beyond their grief. [Read more…]
When Jerryn Puckett recently graduated from college and landed her first job at NASA, she knew her current career was launched by her educational experience at Alpha Omega Academy. That’s why Jerryn was so grateful to answer a few questions and share her inspirational story of discovering God’s path for her life and the winding road that led to her success in college success to today! [Read more…]