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9/11: Remembrance and Gratitude

Dear Charles Wright Community, As Americans, September 11th will always represent a time when we faced great adversity as a nation, but also as individuals. To me, it will also represent how we demonstrated our ability to respond with resilience and community. In 2001, I was living in the midwest and teaching middle school. [...]

By | 2020-09-11T14:12:32-07:00 September 11th, 2020|Events|0 Comments

9/11: Remembrance and Gratitude

Dear Charles Wright Community, As Americans, September 11th will always represent a time when we faced great adversity as a nation, but also as individuals. To me, it will also represent how we demonstrated our ability to respond with resilience and community. In 2001, I was living in the midwest and teaching middle school. [...]

By | 2020-09-11T14:15:36-07:00 September 11th, 2020|Events|0 Comments

Task Force List

Reopening Task Force Susan Rice Head of School Bill Schuver Associate Head of School Middle School Director Jeremy Clark Lower School 5th Grade Teacher Stephani Crozier Lower School 1st Grade Teacher Gina Dean School Counselor Lynn Ellis Upper School Math Teacher Catherine Ezzo Upper School Director Nikki FastLee Middle School and Upper School [...]

By | 2020-07-18T18:02:28-07:00 July 18th, 2020|Events|0 Comments

Challenging Times

Dear CWA Community: It has been a difficult spring for everyone in our country. We all have high degrees of uncertainty about our own well-being and public health in general, the economy, and what the future holds. Adding to this, last week we were faced with yet another example of the injustice and inequality [...]

By | 2020-06-03T13:20:54-07:00 June 3rd, 2020|Events|0 Comments

What Matters Most

Lower School Director describes the process of shaping a new program, and identifies the fundamentals of the new curriculum and what a day in Preschool at Charles Wright might look like.  By Nick Zosel-Johnson Early on in the process of designing our new preschool program we asked teachers a simple question: “What are your [...]

By | 2019-03-18T12:46:46-07:00 March 12th, 2019|Blog, Blog & News, Events|0 Comments

Raising a Ruckus

Robotics instructor shows how a group of enterprising students come together to rise to unique challenges By Jim Albers The Wright Angle robotics team really seems to be raising a ruckus because this year’s FIRST Challenge is titled Rover Ruckus, and that is exactly what they have been doing!  In its tenth year [...]

By | 2019-03-18T12:46:24-07:00 March 12th, 2019|Blog, Blog & News, Events|0 Comments

CWA Student Delegation Joins US Embassy Camp in Lithuania

By Ann Vogel, International Student Admissions Coordinator This past week, five rising ninth graders and one rising tenth grader represented the United States at a weeklong camp in Lithuania as guests of the US Embassy.  As the only Americans participating for the second year, our students lived in cabins with 36 Lithuanian students from [...]

By | 2018-07-30T09:23:56-07:00 July 30th, 2018|Blog, Blog & News, Events|0 Comments

Athletic Results 5/14-5/19

Girls Track and Field Girls 2nd Place at District Track Meet. Individual District Champions: RubyJoy Pikes 100 Meters Gabi Joubert 400 Meters RubyJoy Pikes, Ella Limoli, Grace Hanley, Gabi Joubert 4x200 Relay RubyJoy Pikes Discus Sammy Glenn Tiple Jump Boys 4th Place at District Track Meet. Individual District Champions: Demetri Lord 110 Hurdles Girls [...]

By | 2018-05-21T13:43:01-07:00 May 21st, 2018|Events|0 Comments

The Most Beautiful Views Come After the Hardest Climbs

By Joanna Manning Two feet of fresh snow has fallen on Yellowstone National Park in the biggest winter storm of the season. The temperature, with wind chill, has plummeted to -20. Conditions are inhospitable at best. Still, a group of Charles Wright Academy upper school students is cross country skiing here as part of the [...]

By | 2018-05-23T16:20:14-07:00 February 28th, 2018|Blog, Blog & News, Events, Share|0 Comments

Athletic Results 1/8-1/12

Boys Basketball 1/9 At Cascade Christian (L, 66-58). In the second league game of the season, the Tarriers played much better and battled the Cougars the entire game. The defense forced 18 turnovers, but couldn't keep the Cougars off of the offensive boards. The Tarriers were led by Sophomore Dane Jacobson (18 points and [...]

By | 2018-01-16T09:31:26-08:00 January 16th, 2018|Blog & News, Events|0 Comments