List of 11 items.

  • Cadet Corps

    Faculty Advisor: Adam Penrose

    Cadet Corps provides an opportunity for 7th and 8th grade boys to experience what the Upper School Cadet Corps is like. Boys will learn about the three sections of the Corps - Color Guard, Drill Squad, and Drum Line - as well as the duties and drills associated with each.
  • Disc Golf

    Faculty Advisor: Caleb Harris

    The disc golf club will be creating a campus disc golf course and then playing it.  There will be tournaments and informal play.  The club exists to get people interested in playing disc golf and enjoy being outside.  Students are expected to provide their own equipment, which consists of just a Frisbee or Disc golf set (for the dedicated player).
  • Math Counts

    Faculty Advisor: Sue Voellm

    A math competition for 7th and 8th grade boys (6th graders are welcome).  Students compete as individuals and as a team. The competition is at the end of January. This club will be working with the girls 7th and 8th graders to make the teams.
  • Project Adventure

    Faculty Advisor: Schyler Kokernak

    Project Adventure is a club where students will build teamwork and critical thinking skills. We will do both indoor and outdoor activities that will be both fun and engaging. Examples of some outdoor games or activities we might play will be capture the flag, kickball and freeze tag. Examples of some indoor activities are the name game, two truths and a lie and who am I.
  • Robotics Club

    Faculty Advisor: Amanda Kollias 

    Middle School Robotics club is an opportunity for students to explore the world of robotics.This includes computer programming, logical thinking, and hands-on activities.All aspects of robotics works towards solving various challenges at a local competition.Robotics club will also meet after school periodically.
  • Scavenger Hunt

    Faculty Advisor: Jessica Grogan

    In this club, the boys will be completing different Scavenger Hunts that include finding items outdoors, in the school, in movies and newspapers, as well as many more!  The boys will be completing the hunts on their own or with a partner.  It is open to any student in 5th or 6th Grade.
  • Ski Club

    Registration is now open for the 2016-2017 Ski Club program at Jiminy Peak Ski Resort.  Beginning January 6th,  the Friday night program will run for 5 weeks, with an additional week scheduled in case of a cancellation.   As in previous years, ski club members can choose between a ski or snowboard package, with optional equipment rental and/or lessons.  Ski Club is open to students Grades 5 through 12, and reservations will be accepted on a first-come first-serve basis.
     
    Please download and fill out the documents below, and return them to Elise Balint, at the AA Campus, by October 21st.  Also, include a check for the full amount of the chosen package, made out to the Albany Academy.
  • Study Hall

    Faculty Advisor: Vince Zabinski

    Study Hall gives students an opportunity to make up missed work, catch up on assignments, or to do future assignments before the weekend.  Many students have several weekend commitments and will find the period very useful.  It is NOT a social time.  If there is no homework, they may read a book. Only open to 7th & 8th graders.
  • Tennis Club

    Faculty Advisor: Bridgett Frary

    This is a competitive tennis club. There will be challenge matches each week. The students should know how to play tennis and be able to keep score. There will be both singles and doubles depending on the number of students. Each student must provide their own tennis shoes and tennis racket. Tennis balls will be provided by the advisor. They should be prepared to go outside every Friday unless it is raining. We will play board games inside if it is raining.
  • Trivia Club

    Faculty Advisor: Adam Collett

    Trivia is a club that will focus on your knowledge of different topics ranging from sports to entertainment to history. Teams will be made and each week they will go head to head to see who gets the most points. Points will be awarded to the top 3 teams. The team points will also be recorded and added as the trimester goes. 
  • Yo-Yo Club

    Faculty Advisor: Bob Neudel

    Yo-yo and things that spin...  Learn Yo-Yo tricks and examine other toys that spin. Science goes round and round!

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Who We Are: The Albany Academies—The Albany Academy and Albany Academy for Girls—develop capable and confident students through single-gender education in the Lower and Middle School, and through coordinate education in the Upper School.

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