The Drama King

Written by Taylor Stanek Mr. Alexander Shaeffer is the Junior High Language Arts and High School American Literature teacher this year. He has taught Junior High English for four years. “I love the relationships that are built between student and teacher,” he said when asked about his favorite part of teaching. Mr. Shaeffer’s birthday isContinue reading “The Drama King”

They Did It Again. . . and Again. And Again.

Written by Andrew Riddle For the second time in three years, the Legacy Christian Academy Knights have captured the Metro Buckeye Conference Championships on the girls’ and the boys’ side of the sport. The Varsity Girls’ Team was able to clinch the championship on February 4th, when they defeated Middletown Christian Eagles on Senior NightContinue reading “They Did It Again. . . and Again. And Again.”

The 100 Days Commence

Written by Elijah Smith In a tradition synonymous with the United States itself, Joseph R. Biden ascended to the presidency nearly a month ago. However, that cold winter’s day was only the beginning of President Biden’s 4-year journey. Upon taking the oath of office, President Biden was tasked with handling a pandemic of unprecedented proportions,Continue reading “The 100 Days Commence”

The Pigskin Flies Again

Written by Alan Brads Having finished a unique college football season, the college football playoff selection committee narrowed the field down to four teams. Perennial powerhouses Alabama and Clemson were no surprises being ranked as the 1 and 2 seed respectively. The 3rd seed Ohio State brought about controversy as they had played an averageContinue reading “The Pigskin Flies Again”

Winter Athletics are Steaming

Written by Andrew Riddle The Legacy Christian Academy Varsity Cheer Team has been making lots of noise for the Knights’ basketball team. The cheerleaders have been able to cheer at all home games for the varsity boys’ and girls’ basketball teams. As the season continues, the cheerleaders hope to be able to continue to makeContinue reading “Winter Athletics are Steaming”

The teacher who thinks that “English is important but science is importanter”

Written by Taylor Stanek Mr. Brads teaches Biology, Anatomy, Physics, Environmental Science, Astronomy, and in past years, Robotics. He has been teaching for twenty-four years. Mr. Brads says that “He [God] called me to the ministry of teaching, which I started in 1997.” When asked, Mr. Brads said, “My favorite part of teaching is interactingContinue reading “The teacher who thinks that “English is important but science is importanter””