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Congratulations to the middle school academic team, which took first place this past Saturday at the Dorman Cavalier Academic Competition at Dorman High School in South Carolina. The team, comprised of Matilda Ziegler, Andrew Oliphant, Katrina Shauf, and Hunter Plaster, went 6-0. Matilda Ziegler was the highest scorer in the middle school division, and all of the other team members were in the top ten scorers in the middle school division. Well done!
TJCA Grammar had two 1st place winners of the Junior American Citizens Contest held by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of Rutherford County.
Destiny Hopper in Mrs. Elliott’s 3rd grade class took 1st place at the school level and 3rd place at the Chapter level with her Stamp Design.
Stella Friedman in Mrs. Boeckx’s 5th grade class took 1st place at the school level with her Essay.
The theme for this year’s contest was, “The 50th Anniversary of the Lunar Landing-America’s Great Move Forward in Exploration and Technology”.
Congratulations to these students for a job well done!!!
Building upon the foundation of the Core Knowledge Sequence, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy: A Challenge Foundation Academy partners with families to educate students in grades K–12 in the trivium of grammar, logic, and rhetoric, thus graduating thoughtful, articulate young adults who are prepared for college and for a lifetime of citizenship and active intellectual inquiry.