The Coin: Students Already Tired of Complicated New Changes

The new schedule this year could be improved a whole lot. It is confusing, inconvenient, inefficient, and untimely. Firstly, the seven day rotation is the worst and most confusing part of the whole schedule. Because of this strange aspect of the new schedule, some things, like classes, are dependent on which letter day we are … Continue reading

MLK Film Festival

On Monday, January 16, while students of other schools stayed home for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, students of Western Reserve Academy attended classes and spent study hours watching and discussing films regarding equality and civil rights. Students chose from over thirty options, ranging from sports movies like Remember the Titans and Race to those … Continue reading

Fall Dance Performance Takes Off

Lively music. Synchronized movement. Beautiful choreography. Western Reserve Academy’s 2016 fall dance performance, titled Leaving on a Jet Plane and performed in KFAC on November 11th and 12th, was an incredible performance filled with vivid colors and exciting dance moves. When questioned about the process that led to this amazing performance, director Emily Barth commented, … Continue reading