|Peter Nash Publishes Book on Moses Jacob Ezekiel|
Peter Nash, English department faculty member, has recently published his book titled The Life and Times of Moses Jacob Ezekiel: American Sculptor, Arcadian Knight
(Fairleigh Dickinson, 2014), available on Amazon
. The book is a biography of Moses Jacob Ezekiel, telling a "remarkable story of a man's rise to international fame as an artist in late nineteenth-century Italy."
|Junior Averill Nolte Attends Conference on Water Conservation|
Averill Nolte '15 attended the "Land&Water Summit 2014: Drought as an Opportunity For Change" as a representative of the Biology E: Ecology Emphasis science class taught by Karen Temple Beamish. She will present what she learned at the Summit to her classmates as part of a unit on water resources in the West.
|Sixth Graders Celebrate Water at Festival|
On Thursday, February 28, Academy students enrolled in Earth Systems (grade 8) and Biology E: Ecology Emphasis (grades 10-12) helped teach the sixth graders about the importance of water resources in New Mexico.
|AP Art Classes Visit Los Angeles 2014|
In mid-February of this year, Albuquerque Academy students enrolled in AP Studio Art: Drawing, AP Studio Art: 2-D Design, AP Studio Art: 3-D Design, and AP Art History visited several art museums in Los Angeles, CA.
|Mock Trial Wins NM Regional Competition|
Albuquerque Academy's Varsity Mock Trial Team took first place in the New Mexico regional competition on February 21-22. The team now moves on to compete in the state competition in four weeks.
|Catching Up with the Speech and Debate Team|
Albuquerque Academy's speech and debate team continues to win awards by placing in the top three in numerous events, ranging from humorous with specific structure to fast-paced and complex structure, to storytelling and impromptu speaking.
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