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Academys Race Problem

Academy’s Race Problem

Neil Mahto '23, Opinion Editor November 17, 2021

An Ambitious Mission Albuquerque Academy is not racist, or so they claim. If you scroll to the bottom of the school’s website, you will find that “Albuquerque Academy is an independent, college-preparatory...

Peter Levin 11

Welcoming the New Teachers To AA

Peter Levin '11 joins the Teaching Fellows program
Sowmya Sankaran '27, Writer October 19, 2021

One of the new faces on campus is Peter Levin ‘11 a current member of the Teaching Fellows program teaching 7th grade science. Before coming to AA, he taught pre-school and outdoor education, so this...

The Lack of Psychology Courses in High School

The Lack of Psychology Courses in High School

Why is it important to integrate it into our curriculum?
Lynn Zhang '23, Writer September 28, 2021

Are you interested in majoring in psychology? How many people do you know who are interested in studying psychology in college? Probably not very many, because high schools offer few psychology courses...

DECA Success

DECA Success

“It makes you feel more independent, and it helps you understand how things work in the real world.”
Elizabeth Hiller ’25, Writer March 16, 2021

Amidst online learning and the chaos of Covid 19, the Albuquerque Academy DECA team has had a wildly successful year. DECA is an international business competition for high school and collegiate students....

The AA drama program branches out in new directions

The AA drama program branches out in new directions

A Score to Settle
Elias Arredondo '23, Writer November 3, 2020

Halloween may not have brought much celebration this year, but there was still a treat to be had, the premier of the Academy’s student written and produced, radio drama. Having been released in two episodes...

Courtesy of Jason Zuffranieri and Sony Entertainment

Math Teacher Amasses $532,496 on Popular Quiz Show

Uzair Hammad '24 September 28, 2019

With a love for all kinds of trivia and puzzles, it was not a surprise that Albuquerque Academy math teacher Jason Zuffranieri, affectionately known by many as "JZ," was drawn to “Jeopardy!,” the popular...

Scholastic Award winners bring the arts to AA

Scholastic Award winners bring the arts to AA

Hinano Watchman March 15, 2018

Known as the nation's most prestigious recognition program, The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards acknowledge students from seventh through 12th grade for their artistic and writing capabilities. Awards...

Clean up your social media habits with The Advocates helpful tips

Clean up your social media habits with The Advocate’s helpful tips

Academy Staff February 22, 2018

It’s that time of year where, amid schoolwork, stress, and candy-themed holidays, New Year’s resolutions tend to get left in the dust. But you don’t need to relegate cleaning up your life to January,...

Stressing out? Heres how to cope

Stressing out? Here’s how to cope

Kai Seidenberg, News and Features Editor February 22, 2018

Every student has felt stress from time to time. Stress is a condition or feeling that we get when we do not have control. We feel this in situations where we are out of time, resources, and/or knowledge....

TEDxYouth@AlbuquerqueAcademy brings community and diversity

[email protected] brings community and diversity

Leena Le January 11, 2018

The annual [email protected] will be held on Jan. 20, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Simms Little Theater and Lobby at the Albuquerque Academy Campus. [email protected] is...

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