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ASK Men’s Basketball Team in Early Stages

May 24, 2017

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By Michael Crespin After Matthew Gardiner was elected vice president of Scholar Government, there were rumors that there would be a sports program added to ASK. ASK has formed a boys high school team with 13 members ready to start in the Fall 2017. The list was provided by Easton Langdon, who will be a […]

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Families of Graduates Proud to See Scholars Walk

May 19, 2017

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Video by Ashana Gonzalez — Scholars walking during procession while Zane Kelly-Carmichael plays the Star Wars theme song. Video by Ashana Gonzalez — Graduated scholars throwing their caps in the air. By Noelle Hoenig Last night’s ASK graduation was an hour and a half of varying emotion. Throughout the night there was laughter, tears, and […]

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Manager of the Month: Military Journey Led Hurley to Education

May 18, 2017

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    By Amber Romero Sean Hurley said winning May’s Manager of the Month is the best thing to happen this school year. He says that building relationships with scholars is his favorite part of teaching. Below he discusses  Did you expect to be manager of the month and how did you feel? Nope. I was […]

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Valedictorian’s Hard Work Paid Off

May 17, 2017

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By Faustina Crum This year’s ASK Academy Valedictorian’s hard work and dedication will take him far in the future. Below Jarod Fisher talks about his reaction to receiving Valedictorian, future plans, and experiences throughout his school years.   What was your first reaction to hearing that you are this year’s ASK Academy Valedictorian? My first […]

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Scholars Think in Motion

May 11, 2017

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Bonnie Smith’s middle school Computers and Technology class was assigned a stop-motion video project. Below are two videos made by her class. The one titled “Indominus Breakout” is a re-creation of two scenes from Jurrasic World by 6th graders James Fichtner and Anthony Sirignano, and the other, “Marbles” was made by 8th grader Cami Bardin and 6th grader […]

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19 Tips from 8th Graders

May 4, 2017

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Compiled by Naudia Lane The Catalyst reached out to Ms. Potter’s 8th grade humanities class for tips on surviving middle school. Below is what they came up with: Turn in homework! Always bring your supplies with you to class. Follow the dress code. Study for tests. If your teacher gives a review, make sure to use […]

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Manager of the Month is Expert in Storytelling

April 20, 2017

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  By Amber Romero Congratulations to April’s Manager of the Month, Shelly Bethke! One of the ASK Academy’s finest scimatics managers said she loves having discussions with her scholars and seeing their creativity. Below she explains the mystery and experiences of her life as a teacher.   Why do you think scholars voted for you? I […]

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Scholars Gathered in a 1920s Themed Ballroom for Prom

April 18, 2017

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This year’s prom was on Saturday at Hotel Albuquerque. The 1920s themed dance was filled with fun and dancing that was only interrupted when it came time to announce Catherine Crum and David Moores as prom king and queen. Below is a compilation of pictures taken by Scott Gullett.

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Prom Dresses to go Home with Scholars

April 10, 2017

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  By Menolly Felzien The ASK Academy Prom is just around the corner, and it’s important that the attendees are ready for the big night. There is so much that goes into the night, and the costs can eventually add up to more than many families can afford.  Academy Counselor, April Marquez, has set up […]

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Photo of the Week: Devoted Scholars Ensure Flags Fly High

March 1, 2017

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