Maranatha Christian Academy is proud of its Summer Reading program. Last year the Academy was “Best in State” in the Scholastic Reading Challenge.
For information about the Summer Reading Program and assignments, click this link.
Enjoy your summer.
Some of our students participated a unique and special project once again this year. It is called the Memory Project. Our art teacher, Mrs. Leon, receives a few portraits of students from somewhere around the world, this year they were from Syria. Our students paint and/or draw them and send them back. The video shows how powerful this simple act can be.
Here is a quote from our Head of School, Brian Sullivan, “Art is a powerful tool that can be used to communicate a need and educate. We sincerely appreciate and value the work of the Memory Project.”
To watch the video: https://memoryproject.app.box.com/v/LisaLeon/file/283761406985
The girls’ basketball team had an impressive debut as a Class AA State Tournament participant. After making eight consecutive tournaments as a Class A school, the Mustangs found themselves facing off against Mesabi East High School for their quarter-final game in their ninth State Tournament appearance in as many years.
Click here to read the article by the StarTribune.
The girls will take on Roseau on March 16 at 8 a.m. at the Target Center in semi-final action.
The Mustang Gear Gang, Maranatha’s FTC Robotics Team, is competing this weekend (March 15-17) at the Super Regional Tournament in Iowa. The Channel 12 News team did a great piece on these amazing students!
Click here to see the video.
For the ninth consecutive year, the Maranatha Christian Academy girls’ basketball team has advanced to the State Tournament. This year they won a hard-fought, physical game against Holy Family Catholic School in the Section Final in order to clinch their first appearance in Class AA.
The team, led by seniors Kylie Post (playing at U of MN-Crookston next year) and Jaclyn Jarnot (playing at Monmouth University next year), is deep and fast, yet in their Section Championship Game, they needed to adjust and play a slower methodical game and solid defense. With their hard work, tough schedule that prepared them for high-pressure games, and unwavering belief, they are looking to make a deep run in the tournament.
Good luck ladies. We’ll be cheering you on!