For admissions inquiries call: (334) 277-6566 ext: 210| info@maconeast.net

News and Events

Home/News and Events

AISA Spelling Bee

Macon East spelling bee winners in fourth through eighth grades represented their school as the Alabama Independent School Association district and state competitions. Fifth grader, Madison Vocino and eighth grader, Kaiden Byrom won 1st place at the district event. For Kaiden this was her fifth time winning the district spelling bee at each grade level and advancing to the state competition. Chase Lashlee was also honored for his 3rd place finish in the district 7th grade bee.  Other students representing Macon East at district event were, Adam Fitch (4th grade) and Jackson Todd (6th grade). At the state spelling bee, Kaiden Byrom was the eigth grade state runner-up, and Madison Vocino finished 4th in the state for the fifth grade. We congratulate all of these students on their outstanding accomplishments.

By |2020-01-14T21:45:25+00:00December 15th, 2019|Blog, News and Events|0 Comments

Scholars Bowl

The middle school Scholars Bowl team competed at the AISA district event on December 4, finishing in third place after a tie breaker round. Team members were 8th grade students Jameson Byrom, Ethan Jones, Jaden Rossell, and Anna Watson. Ethan led the team as captain and top scorer. The Scholars Bowl teams are sponsored by Ms. Erica Hammonds.

By |2020-01-14T21:43:31+00:00December 14th, 2019|News and Events|0 Comments

Cabaret

The Drama Club hosted their annual Cabaret on Friday, December 6. The crowd enjoyed a variety of musical and theatrical talent presented on the Macon East stage. The Drama Club is led by Mrs. Rayleen Luis. Each year the group recieves honors at the AISA district and state level dramatic competitions and presents a spring play.

By |2020-01-14T21:44:14+00:00December 14th, 2019|Blog, News and Events|0 Comments

Duke TIP

The following Macon East Academy students were honored to be recognized by the Duke Talent Identification Program based on their performance in the 95th percentile on national standardized achievement testing: Jacob Caddell, Chase Lashlee, Addison Little, Julia Mathis, Marisa Robledo, and Hunter Wren.  Seventh grade students selected as Duke TIP scholars are eligible to take the ACT or SAT college entrance exam as a measure of their academic excellence. The Duke University Talent Identification Program is a gifted education program based at Duke University. Founded in 1980 as one of the first pre-collegiate studies programs offered by an American university, the program aims to identify gifted students and provide advanced educational opportunities.

By |2020-01-14T21:45:08+00:00December 10th, 2019|Blog, News and Events|0 Comments

AISA All-Star Football

Senior athletes Cephus Cleveland, Derrick Hooks, Will Heary, Coleby Jordan, Dawon Strickland, and Parker Whittle were selected to represent the Macon East Academy football team in the annual AISA All-Star football game at Cramton Bowl on Friday, December 6. As part of the West team, Cleveland and Hooks were voted among their peers as captains for the game. The East defeated the West 31-13, and Cephus Cleveland received the West’s Most Outstanding Offensive Back award. MEA varsity cheerleaders, Kayla Boroff and Taylor Anne Surles were on the sidelines as part of the AISA West All-Star cheer squad. The girls competed and received this honor during their summer camp at Troy University. The all-star week events included team practices, the all-star participants and parents luncheon, and many memories made with teammates from rival schools. It was an exciting night for these seniors to participate in their final high school football experience among the best athletes in the Alabama Independent School Association.

By |2020-01-14T21:23:32+00:00December 10th, 2019|Blog, Cheerleading, Football, News and Events|0 Comments

Brooks & Capps Sign College Commitments

Two Macon East Academy senior athletes signed to continue their athletic careers next year at the collegiate level. Emily Brooks will play volleyball at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth.  Brooks’ career prep stats include 2,096 assists, along with 793 kills and 421 aces. She was named to the NAAPS All-American team, the Under Armor All-American team, and the AISA All-Metro team. Emily led her Knights to the AISA AA semi-finals where they fell to Glenwood School and relinquished the AA state title to the Edgewood Wildcats.

Caroline Capps signed her letter of intent to play softball at Wallace Dothan. Caroline transferred to Macon East from ACA, where she has led the Lady Knights as a powerful pitcher for the past three seasons. Putting in extra work in the off season with her travel team, Caroline’s hard work ethic and determination caught the eye of the Wallace coaches. At pitcher for Macon East, Caroline has a 1.22 ERA and a .376 batting average. We congratulate both of these outstanding young women on their accomplishments.

By |2020-01-14T21:40:40+00:00November 15th, 2019|Blog, News and Events, Softball, Volleyball|0 Comments

Volleyball All-Stars and Final Four

Macon East Academy seniors, Emily Brooks and Emi Lott represented the Knights in the AISA All-Star Volleyball game at Cramton Bowl on November 2. Their East squad defeated the West at the event honoring senior all-star athletes. Together Brooks and Lott led their Macon East team into the AA Final Four this season, but they relinquished their title as the reigning 2018 state champions. Emily Brooks will continue her volleyball career next year at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, and Emi has recently committed to Mississippi University for Women in Columbus.

For the 8th straight season, the Lady Knights volleyball team soared into the Final Four. But 2019 was not the Knight’s year as the Gators of Glenwood School defeated the team (20-25, 18-25, 25-21, 25-21, 15-9) in a hard fought five set battle on the Montgomery Multiplex court. With Brooks, Lott, and young, rising star Sara Cochran leading the team to a 24-10 season, the Knights enjoyed a successful year under the leadership of Coach Codi Moon. AISA All-Metro honors were bestowed upon seniors, Emily Brooks and Emi Lott, while Georgia Blaze and Maddie Ross both received honorable mention. Knights volleyball continues to be a formidable force among the AISA.

By |2020-01-14T21:34:33+00:00November 11th, 2019|Blog, News and Events, Volleyball|0 Comments

National Honor Society

The Macon East Academy chapter of the National Honor Society inducted ten outstanding high school students at a ceremony held November 5.  NHS officers Trent Watson, Jake Wyrosdick, Nicholas Marshall, Will Desmarais, and Rachel Sargent presented the four ideals of the organization.  Candidates must possess these ideals of scholarship, service, leadership, and character to be considered for membership. Following the recitation of the National Honor Society pledge, the new members received certificates from NHS advisor and science teacher, Mr. Raymond Clinton.  NHS members and special guests enjoyed a reception following the ceremony. We congratulate the new inductees on their academic accomplishments, along with their school and community involvement.

 

 

By |2020-01-14T21:30:58+00:00November 10th, 2019|Blog, News and Events|0 Comments

Homecoming 2019

Macon East Academy celebrated Homecoming on Friday, November 1, with an exciting football game versus Abbeville Christian and the announcement of this year’s homecoming court. Miss Kayla Boroff was elected as the 2019 Homecoming queen. Kayla is the daughter of John and Jessica Boroff, captain of the varsity cheerleading squad, vice-president of the SGA, and a leader is many other school organizations. Other members of this year’s court were Mary Taylor May (7th grade), Sara Cochran (8th grade), Madison May (9th grade), Ali Churchwell (10th grade), Maddie Ross (10th grade), Kathryn Barker (11th grade), Kerry Straw (11th grade), Mary Hunter Wright (11th grade), Emily Brooks (12th grade), Spencer Lindemood (12th grade), and Ally Matthews (12th grade). Homecoming week also included themed dress-up days, a boys volleyball tournament, tailgating, a parade, and ended with Saturday’s homecoming dance. On the evening of November 1, the Class of 2020 senior football and cheerleading athletes were also recognized, along with the Macon Academy Class of 1969, celebrating their 50th reunion. The Knights ended the 2019 schedule with a homecoming win over Abbeville but lost the following week in the 1st round of playoffs versus the Glenwood Gators in a home field heartbreaker.

(l-r) Mary Taylor May, Madison May, Maddie Ross, Kerry Straw, Spencer Lindemood, Queen Kayla Boroff, Emily Brooks, Ally Matthews, Mary Hunter Wright, Ali Churchwell, Kathryn Barker, and Sara Cochran

By |2020-01-14T21:26:06+00:00November 5th, 2019|Blog, Cheerleading, Football, News and Events|0 Comments

10 Fast Facts About Macon East Academy

School is where your child learns, socializes, and sets the foundation for his or her future. That makes his or her academic environment extremely important. Still searching for the right school for your child? Want to learn more about the institution your student attends? Whether you’re the parent of a Macon Knight or you want to apply to our wonderful school, check out these fast facts about Macon East Academy.

Facilities

Our students benefit from our many great facilities, which enhance their educational experiences. We have two technology centers, two science laboratories, two media center/libraries, a musical performance room, a performing arts center, center, sports fields, and more!

Upper and Lower Schools

At Macon East Academy, we have both upper and lower schools. Our lower grades run from pre-kindergarten to sixth grade, while our upper schools run from seventh to 12th grade. That can cover your child’s entire primary education!

College Prep

Getting ready for college doesn’t happen overnight! It involves years of well-planned curriculum, experienced teachers, and more. One of the most important fast facts about Macon East Academy is that we impart a college-preparatory curriculum on our students. That way, they have all they need to succeed in the future!

High-Quality Curriculum

In our upper schools, students can attend college prep, Honors, and Advanced Placement courses. In our lower schools, students will benefit from the accelerated curriculum.

College Acceptance

When it comes to college acceptance rates, we’re above the rest. In fact, we have a 100% college acceptance rate.

Athletics

Macon East Academy has a strong athletics program. After all, physical fitness is a huge component of your child’s health. Football, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, and more—your child can play his or her sport of choice.

After-School Care

Your children are our priority—during and after school hours. If you need after-school care, we provide it! We’re flexible too—simply choose the days you need for the week, register with the office, or even drop in. Plus, this is the perfect time and place for your child to get his or her homework done too.

Paying Tuition

We make paying tuition easy. You can pay in one, two, 10, or 12 installments. There are also financial aid packages available. Prefer to pay online? You can do that too! Finally, you’ll save on rates when two or more of your children attend Macon East Academy.

Christian Schooling

Searching for a curriculum that includes Christian teachings? Throughout the school year, Macon East Academy relays Christian values to our students.

Our Motto

The right school helps your child achieve the proper foundation. Caring teachers, a strong community, and a great curriculum—we have it all. That’s why our motto is “Everything A School Should Be.”

Summary

These fast facts about Macon East Academy speak for themselves. Your child deserves the best—and that’s us. Sports, academics, and a close community—we have it all. Want to learn more about our school? Visit our website or call us at (334) 277-6566. You can also fill out our contact form. Plus, keep reading our blog!

By |2019-10-30T22:08:59+00:00November 1st, 2019|News and Events|0 Comments