Results Final Scores Seniors: 210 Juniors: 188 Sophomores: 169 Freshman: 161 Congratulations to the Class of 2022 for their victory in the 2021 Olympics! Day 4 (10/1) Quiz Bowl By Jaxson KR(’25) 1st Freshmen 2nd Sophomores 3rd Juniors 4th Seniors The heated competition of Quiz Bowl began after the seniors finished performing their intimidating chant/play. Participants filed into Mr. Morrison’s room, where the seniors were … Continue reading Special Coverage: The Sith Olympics
By Diya Ramesh (‘23) “2, 4, 6, 8, who do we appreciate? (Insert Freshmen/Sophomores/Juniors/Seniors here)! G-O-I-A-C. What does that spell? Goooooo IA Central!” If you’re looking for class/school spirit, IA is the best place to, and that’s never been better shown than during the famous IA Olympics. Due to the COVID-19 pandemics, the traditional Olympics have been turned into Mini-Olympics. One highlight of these events … Continue reading What Goes Into a Cheer?
Last updated 6/13/21. Results Overall Kickball Volleyball Cheer Freshmen 3rd Place (5) 3rd Place 2nd Place 3rd Place Sophomores 2nd Place (6) 1st Place 3rd Place 2nd Place Juniors 1st Place (7) 2nd Place 1st Place(beat teachers) 1st Place Day 2– Thursday, June 10 By Rachel Rochford (‘23) Today, the juniors faced the teachers in the final volleyball match of the IAC 2021 Mini Olympics. … Continue reading Special Coverage: Mini Olympics
By Divya Suresh (’20) Every four years, many of us eagerly sit down with our friends and family to watch the Olympic Games, the international sports competition. The series of seasonal, competitive sports that thousands of athletes across the world compete in can be traced back as early as 8 B.C in Olympia, Greece, as a form of celebrating Zeus, and the first modern Olympic Games … Continue reading An ‘International’ Classic: Olympics 2019!
The International Academy is known as one of the most rigorous institutions in the nation, headlined by an IB curriculum that can lead to a highly stressful four years. So how can students possibly balance the IA workload while still participating in sports at their home district? Continue reading The IA Predicament- Sports v. School