2013 SUMMER ACADEMY
Longleaf Academy is now opening registration for the 2013 Summer Academy, beginning June 17th. Summer Academy is an intense, four day a week program that begins Monday, June 17th and ends Wednesday, July 31st; sessions run Monday through Thursday for 90 minutes. Parents have a choice of one-on-one sessions or two–on-one session. Availability is limited, so please contact Jill Dejak at Longleaf Academy for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
An article publised in the April 2011 edition of The Pilot. Click Here to View the Article!
Copyright 2011 Reprinted with permission of The Pilot, Southern Pines, NC
FEAST YOUR EYES ON THIS:
Christmas is a very special time at Longleaf Academy! In keeping with tradition, we had our annual Families’ Feast event. Students and their families gathered at our school and enjoyed a delicious meal of turkey, stuffing, potatoes, green-bean casserole, along with many different confections. The staff at Longleaf Academy would also like to thank all of our students and their families for the generous gifts and wishes that we received. Your constant interaction and participation in your child’s future has made our school a tremendous success!
ROCKWELL’S EXIBIT WAS ROCKKKIN’!
Longleaf Academy students recently traveled to the Raleigh Art Museum to experience the Norman Rockwell exhibit. As part of our art curriculum, students are taught the elements and fundamentals of art by observing and mimicking the masters. This was a perfect opportunity to see the works of the American painter in person. Our students were awestruck at the details and stories each piece captured.
Fall Beautification Day at Longleaf! Students spent a Friday afternoon planting their own flowers in the student gardens. Gardening is a therapeutic release of creativity and a positive confirmation of growth and change.
Longleaf Academy would like to give special recognition to Cody and his dad, Mark Thompson, for their contribution of time and expertise in helping us plant 18 cherry blossom trees on our school property. Cody, age 12, ran the mini-excavator that dug the holes for our beautiful, new trees. His hard work, perseverance, and love of the outdoors made him the perfect man for the job! Thank You, Cody!