Gallivanting in Guatemala

This summer, three Western Reserve Academy students, Ellie Frato-Sweeney ’20, Timothy Zamarro ’20, and Emerson McReynolds ’19, traveled with Julianna Lopez, chair of the Modern and Classical Languages department, to Guatemala to engage in community service, studying abroad, and exploring the nation. Flying out from Cleveland on May 28th, all three students worked in the … Continue reading

Heidelberg Science Trip

From July 22nd to August 18th, Tano Nguyen ’19, Hanley Jefferis ’19, and Tim Chen ’19 traveled to Heidelberg, Germany in order to study high-level science with other high school students from around the world. Each student had an opportunity to intensely pursue subjects in advanced science that intrigued them by the end of the … Continue reading

Race Space With Danielle Wright: CEO and Activist

On February 9, Ms. Maseelall, Dr. Robinson, and Madame Borrmann hosted WRA’s first Race Space of the second semester. Held in the Green Key, the event featured great snacks such as Pocky and an even better guest speaker. The guest speaker that evening was Danielle Wright, founder and CEO of Wright Relations, a resource that … Continue reading

Morgan Leaders Surprise with Snowball Dance

As all WRA students know, the return from winter break has been off to a chaotic start. We jumped, unflinching, back into the hectic schedule of classes and sports, the walk to the Pods has gotten icier and icier, and many students have been looking for a way to relieve the stress of getting back … Continue reading

Band, Orchestra and Choir Perform

On Sunday October 8, the Western Reserve Academy community experienced its first concert of the year, featuring smashing performances from the band, orchestra, and choir alike. Ms. Margaret Karam ’79 served as conductor for all three groups with Ms. Elizabeth Wirtz assisting on piano. This year’s fall concert focused on making classical music and choir … Continue reading

Welcoming Wheeler

Brandi Wheeler is Western Reserve Academy’s newest Director of the Academic Center, previously known as the Academic Enrichment Center. She also supervises study hall, coordinates the peer tutoring SPAR and coaches both the JV Girls Tennis and Quiz Bowl teams. Originally hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, Wheeler has nearly twenty years of teaching experience, ranging from … Continue reading

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