One of the highlights of the AP Physics fall semester - the Flying Pig Lab!
The last day of November was cold and clear. A perfect day for the 9B retreat in the Mulberry River valley. The day was spent in prayer, hiking and enjoying great food at the Oark Cafe.
Some jr high students did an awesome job for the Chinese calligraphy project. A lot of talents on campus!
Quad Quiz Bowl Match at Southside today! Let’s go Trojans!
The Academic Programming committee met this morning in the library conference room. The goal of the committee is to give students a platform for sharing student voice regarding curriculum, academic facility needs, and staffing concerns. Students will discuss aspects of academic programming that will lead to a list of recommendations for curriculum, academic facility future planning, and retention and recruitment of highly qualified and mission appropriate faculty.
Our student council president lights the first candle of the Advent Wreath. As we prepare to welcome Christ, the Light of the World, we are called to reflect Christ’s light with our words and actions as we prepare for Christmas. -Deacon Roy Goetz
The Subiaco Swim Team kicked off their season at the Cyclone Invitational hosted by Rusellville High School. The 200 Medley Relay and 400 Free Relay teams, composed of Daniel Wu, Tanner Komp,Sebastian Lecerte,and Samuel Wu, clinched their spots in the state meet by swimming state qualifying times AND set new records in each event! Daniel Wu placed 2nd in 100 Breaststroke and 5th in Medley. Samuel placed 2nd in 500 Free and 3rd in 100 Butterfly. They both made state qualifying times. All Subiaco swimmers swam personal best times! The Trojans placed 5th out of 10 schools.
In Outdoor Adventure PE this week we have been working on fire building. Is there a better way to utilize fire than to celebrate the arrival of Thanksgiving break with fresh biscuits and sausage for breakfast?! We hope everyone has a safe and restful break spent with family and friends.
Subiaco Swim Team is about to race for 200 IM relays at Cyclone Invitational. Let’s go Trojans!
The Power of Speech and the Value of Silence was the focus of today’s 9A class retreat. The Mulberry River valley provided an awesome setting for solitude, reflection, and a bit of recreation.
Today's Quiz Bowl Matches against Southside have been canceled due to inclement weather.
Last weekend we won titles in XC mountain biking in NICA Arkansas, this weekend we hike one of the most stunning landscapes Arkansas has to offer. Adventure awaits all who seek it, and that is exactly what we do!
Basketball season gives the Jazz Ensemble opportunities to support our teams and create “the wall of sound!”
AP Physics lab determining the relationship between ramp angle and tension!
This weekend Freshmen Student Council President Samuel Wu, Freshman Representatives Nigel Hawkins and Trevor Wasielewski, 8th grade VP Tri Vu and Representative Joel Stauffer, and 7th grade Representative Carson Zayouna, participated in a weekend retreat where they discussed problems facing students today, academic honesty, student mental health, and bullying. Students were mixed with other students from all over Arkansas where they competed in a leadership dance-off and leadership song creation. Nigel’s group took 1st in dance off, Trevor’s group took 3rd in song, and Nigel’s group took 2nd in song. Our Subiaco boys were also complimented on cleanest cabin. Our Trojans continue to lead the way, excellent job guys!
AP Biology teacher Karoline Morris utilized an alternative method of reviewing material this afternoon.
Subiaco Academy students took a few minutes away from studying to have a little Halloween Costume contest on Monday morning. Winners were Camarion Raino as Maui from Moana (1st), Gio Vargas, as the Wrestler, Nacho Libre (2nd) and Matthew Mayeux as the Savior (3rd)! Many students participated and had a great time.
A beautiful ending to All Souls’ Day.
Today's Jr. High Quiz Bowl match with Scranton has been canceled due to illness at Scranton School.
Blind Mississippi Morris headlined the 21st annual Blues at the Abbey show. Some in-house talent joined sideman Frank Monteleone for most of the impressive show.