Due to winter weather, Salem Academy will open at 10:15 a.m. on Wednesday, December 12, 2018. See our Winter Storm Update page for details.

Weekly eNewsletter

The Weekly Newsletter keeps you “in the loop” of Salem Academy. We highlight athletic, academic and faculty achievements, as well as post upcoming events and other important information. If you missed an issue or know someone who would like to read a certain issue, now you can have immediate access! Previous Newsletters are available below. Please send all questions, comments and/or suggestions to Mark Jones.

Week of August 19, 2016

We are on day five of Preseason and day two of New International Student Orientation. As you can imagine, the quiet days of summer are behind us, and we are full steam ahead into the school year. We hope that you will read these newsletters closely, as we will use them as the primary means of communication between the school and parents, especially regarding need-to-know information about upcoming events, logistics, and school programming. 

 

 

Week of August 12, 2016

With the start of school just around the corner, I wanted to share some helpful information as well as bring to your attention several reminders and requests as we all prepare ourselves for the new school year ahead.

Week of May 20, 2016

These walls are filled with wonderful stories. Stories about love and friendship. Stories about lessons learned and lives changed. And everyone here is a part of that wonderful story. And each one of you has a unique role in that story.

Week of May 13, 2016

Graduation Day is two weeks from tomorrow!  OMG…LOL…IPNTUAMA! (Oh my gosh…laughing out loud…I promise not to use any more abbreviations!).  This really is an exciting time.  And yet, as we accelerate toward that “Magical Moment in the May Dell”, the twinges of sadness are beginning to settle in.  It happens every year.  I get excited for the seniors…and I’m happy that they’re happy…but it’s just hard to say goodbye.  It always hits me this time of year.  

Week of May 6, 2016

There is no doubt that our students understand what an honest day’s work looks like. I see what they’ve been asked to do this year, and they’ve gone and done it! It’s pretty impressive. And as far as honest decisions go; this is a school where teachers can leave the classroom during a test, and students can leave their computers and backpacks lying around. The teachers trust the students and the students trust each other. 

Week of April 29, 2016

Believe it or not, graduation day is four weeks away! So, as you’re making plans to come to campus that weekend, I thought it wise to get you a schedule ASAP. 

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