Middle School News

List of 5 news stories.

  • NA’s Victoria Pevzner ’24 Wins Silver Medal at USA Fencing National Championships

    Newark Academy’s Victoria Pevzner ’24 won a Silver medal in Y12 women's foil at the USA Fencing National Championships in Columbus, OH on July 6. The second-place finish comes after winning the gold medal in fencing for girl’s foil, 12 and under, at the North American Cup Tournament in March.
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  • NA Middle School Swimming Team Raised $5,700 for Charity

    The Middle School swim team raised just over $5,700 this past season during NA’s fifth annual swim-a-thon. The team donated $4,000 to the West Essex YMCA to help with their free one-week Safety Around Water classes and used the rest of the money to donate more than 400 pairs of goggles and caps to the Recreation Department in Newark.
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  • Middle School Play, Agatha Rex, May 9 and 10

    This year, the Newark Academy Middle School will be staging Agatha Rex, an adaptation of AntigoneAgatha is a girl who stands up for her beliefs, regardless of the consequences. As student council president at Thebes High, she vigorously defends a student who is unfairly punished. Based on her actions, she could be expelled and lose an important scholarship. Set in a modern-day high school, the play translates the original Greek chorus into a fantastic ensemble opportunity. Admission is free.
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  • NA’s Victoria Pevzner ’24 Wins Gold in Fencing at the North American Cup Tournament

    Newark Academy’s Victoria Pevzner ’24 won the gold medal in fencing for girl’s foil, 12 and under, at the North American Cup Tournament in Cleveland, Ohio last month. Check out the video of her final bout here.
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  • Newark Academy CIA Program Continues to Go Strong

    Six Newark Academy seniors continued a new NA tradition recently as they immersed themselves in Middle School classes through the Classroom Internship Association (CIA). The brainchild of Dan Eatroff's '12 2012 June Term project to strengthen ties between Middle School and Upper School students for the Leadership in the 21st Century course, CIA has had a positive impact on the NA community for nearly a decade. 

    CIA agents, as the interns are called, have ample opportunities to hone their leadership, communication and problem-solving skills, while directly giving back to the NA community and dedicating their time to connect with Middle School students.
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