The April 2019 student of the month is Mason Winters, a 6th grade student at Alpha Omega Academy from the Mississippi Delta with a love for art and an impressive work ethic. “He works so hard in all his classes, and he is excelling,” wrote Mrs. Laci Meinerts, who nominated Mason to receive this month’s student of the month honor at AOA. [Read more…]
The March 2019 student of the month is Claire Berry, a 5th grade student at Alpha Omega Academy who lives in the heart of the Blackland Prairies of northeastern Texas. An early morning riser, Claire has made an immediate, positive impression on her teachers in her first year at AOA.
“She works really hard to understand concepts, and not just get the right answers. She is not afraid of asking for help when she needs it,” wrote Mrs. Natasha Brady, who nominated Claire to receive this month’s student of the month honor at AOA. “She loves to send me funny jokes and is an encouragement to me. She’s awesome!” [Read more…]
Alpha Omega Academy is seeking input on updating our school vision and mission statement to more clearly state our purpose and view of education. Our aim is to have these statements more purposefully drive our decisions as we move forward as a school. As part of the AOA family, we value your opinion and want to ensure you have a voice.
Thank you to all the students who participated in our first ever AOA Instagram photo contest. We were blown away by the talent and creativity of so many of our students, and we’re excited to announce the winners!
It was difficult to pick just 3 winners from all the #withAOAican submissions we received, but we finally narrowed it down.
Spring is a time for huge savings at Alpha Omega Academy, and we are happy to again offer an early bird registration special to currently registered students. In fact, if you pay in full, you could even save up to $750! Re-registration is super easy to do, but here are a few answers to some important questions you may have on your mind.
The Spring Semester has begun here at AOA, and that means it’s time for our annual achievement testing!
AOA uses the Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) test through the Northwest Evaluation Association for our achievement testing. The MAP test is unique in that it is taken online and the test is adaptive to the student’s ability. When students begin the test, the first question is at their grade level. If the question is answered correctly, the next question is slightly more difficult. From there, the test gets progressively more difficult with each correct answer and slightly easier with each incorrect answer. Thus, the MAP test is successful in identifying the actual academic level of students as it adapts back and forth to find the level of academic comprehension, knowledge, and skills. The MAP test is comprised of three sections: language arts, reading, and math.
Alexia Valentina, an Alpha Omega Academy junior from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a Certificate of Excellence from The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, as well as a President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Giving your child the gift of a Christian education is an immeasurable treasure; however, we know that for some families, especially for the spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled military service-members, the burden of tuition can seem impossible. This is why AOA is proud to support Folds of Honor, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational scholarships to the families of these heroic Americans.
The February 2019 student of the month is Zoe Guerin, a senior at Alpha Omega Academy who calls Louisiana home, but also travels around the world spreading the good news of the Bible and sharing the love of Christ.
“She is doing well academically and has a love for the Lord that is such an inspiration in today’s world,” wrote Mrs. Linda Kraft, who nominated Zoe to receive this month’s student of the month honor at AOA. “She wants to use her gifts from God now and in the future to glorify His name.” [Read more…]
The January 2019 student of the month is Noah Payne, an inspiring senior from Yellowstone Country in Montana, who is overcoming kidney issues while embracing online learning and excelling as an “A student” at Alpha Omega Academy.
“Noah is a true profile in courage,” wrote Mrs. Mary Ellen Quint, who nominated Noah to be the year’s first recipient of AOA’s student of the month honor. “Despite serious health issues, he never complains and remains conscientious about completing his work even when he’s not feeling up to it.” [Read more…]