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Macon East Students Give Back

Macon East students always look forward to sharing with others throughout the month of December.  The lower school and junior high classes worked together on a variety of service projects including coats and gloves for area homeless, pet supplies for the Montgomery Humane Shelter, Scholastic Book Clubs’ book and pajama drive, and Heritage Baptist Church’s toy drive for local families in need. Pictured below are a group of 6th grade students delivering a trailer full of non-perishable food items collected by the entire lower school to WSFA and Dixie Electric’s 12s Day of Giving.  Also pictured are the K3 and K4 classes with pajamas for the pajama drive as they enjoyed their own Pajama Day at school.

By | 2017-12-12T22:02:19+00:00 December 12th, 2017|News and Events|0 Comments

Wendy’s High School Heisman

Macon East seniors, Madison McKee and Bryson O’Malley were selected as Macon East nominees in the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship program.  Since 1994, the Wendy’s High School Heisman program has honored student-athletes who maintain a 3.0 or above GPA and are role models in their school and community.

By | 2017-12-06T18:25:04+00:00 December 6th, 2017|News and Events|0 Comments

All-Star Football

Five Macon East seniors were selected to play in this year’s annual AISA All-Star football game on December 1 at Cramton Bowl.  Coach Glynn Lott, one of the coaches for the East team, was honored as AISA’s AA Coach of the Year at the all-star luncheon held prior to the game.  Tyler Watson was awarded one of four academic scholarships presented each year to AISA all-star football players and cheerleaders.  Although the East fell to the West in the game, the senior athletes enjoyed a fun week of football and spending time with their fellow AISA students.

Macon East All-Stars: Tyler Watson, Colin Harris, Logan Goree, Wes Pugh, Zack Peacock, and Coach Glynn Lott

By | 2017-12-12T22:18:17+00:00 December 5th, 2017|Football, News and Events|0 Comments

Drew Baker Signs to Play College Baseball

Macon East Academy senior, Drew Baker, signed to play baseball with Chipola Community College in Marianna, Florida as a pitcher.  Chipola won the Junior College National Championship last year and had 5 players taken in the first 10 rounds of the MLB draft.  Chipola is thought to be the #1 junior college in the nation for baseball.  Going into his senior year, Drew was 5-2 on the mound. with 21 strikeouts and just 6 hits in his junior season.  Drew, Macon East’s starting catcher, will take a more prominent position on the mound this year for the Knights.  At the plate as a junior, Drew hit 396 with an on-base-percentage of 455, scoring 15 runs, 37 RBIs, 13 doubles, 46 hits and 2 home runs in the lead off position.  Drew was named AISA All-Metro Player of the Year.  At catcher, he posted a fielding percentage of 961 and helped lead the Macon East team to their first State Championship in 13 years.

In his sophomore season, Drew’s batting average was 402, with 14 runs, 23 RBIs, 43 hits, 2 home runs and an on-base-percentage of 453.  At catcher his field percentage was 981 with 21 runners caught stealing.  Drew is the last player at Macon East who was part of the 2015 State Runner-up team where he started as a freshman behind the plate.  Drew has been part of 93  wins as a Knight.  Joining Drew at the signing ceremony were his brother (Chris Ivey) and sister (Ashley Ivey), both of whom played baseball/softball for Macon East and signed to play at the collegiate level.


By | 2017-12-04T18:08:57+00:00 December 4th, 2017|Baseball, News and Events|0 Comments

Preschool Thanksgiving Feast

Macon East preschool students welcomed their parents to a special Thanksgiving Feast in November.  Dressed as pilgrims and Indians, the K3 and K4 students presented several songs for their guests before the luncheon.  Under the instruction of Mrs. Debbie Mills, Mrs. Janet Johnson, and Mrs. Jane Adams, the preschool classes offer a unique and nurturing learning environment that combines fun with creative learning.

By | 2017-12-12T22:16:22+00:00 November 30th, 2017|News and Events|0 Comments

Knights Football Ends Season in the Semis

The Varsity football team had an outstanding 9-1 regular season with just one loss early in the year at Crenshaw.  Macon East hosted rounds 1 and 2 of the playoffs defeating Clarke Prep 38-34 in round 1 and ending their season with a 50-13 loss to Escambia Academy in round 2 of the AISA AA playoffs.  With 12 seniors and several new additions to the Knights squad, the team was ranked 6th by the Alabama Sports Writers Association heading into the playoffs.  The 2017 season was the first team ranked since 2008 and the first to host a playoff game in 15 years.  The Knights hope to carry this momentum into next year’s season and continue to build a successful football program.  Five seniors (Logan Goree, Collin Harris, Zack Peacock, Wes Pugh, and Tyler Watson) represented Macon East in the AISA All-Star Football game on Friday, December 1 at Cramton Bowl (7:00 p.m.).

By | 2017-12-04T18:35:42+00:00 November 17th, 2017|Football, News and Events|0 Comments

5th & 6th Grades Visit Atlanta

Macon East 5th and 6th grades recently spent the day visiting Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium.  The students agreed their favorite experiences were the dolphin show and whale shark feedings.  The field trip also included a tour of the new Atlanta Braves baseball stadium.

By | 2017-12-12T22:13:36+00:00 November 12th, 2017|News and Events|0 Comments

National Honor Society Inductions

Twenty Macon East sophomores were inducted into the National Honor Society at a ceremony held November 7.  These outstanding students exemplify the NHS qualities of Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character.  Mr. Ray Clinton (NHS Advisor) and Tyler Watson (NHS President) presented the inductees with their certificates and led the recitation of the NHS pledge.  Bryson O’Malley (Vice President), Madisyn Kennedy (Secretary), Dawn Johnson (Treasurer), and Hannah Johnson (Chaplain) challenged the new members with the reading of the National Honor Society ideals.  Each student inducted into the Macon East chapter of the National Honor Society has a GPA of 3.625 or better.

2017-2018 Inductees: Sarah Bishop, Kayla Boroff, Nia Kate Bray, Emily Brooks, Lane Johnson, Zach Kitchens, Spencer Lindemood, Emi Lott, Nick Marshall, Ally Matthews, Christian Moody, Bradford Nickles, Allison Parson, Rachel Sargent, Bishop Stringer, Taylor Anne Surles, Trent Watson, Parker Whittle, Haley Wren, Jake Wyrosdick


By | 2017-12-04T18:36:53+00:00 November 9th, 2017|News and Events|0 Comments

Neven Honored at Montgomery Quarterback Club

Macon East quarterback, Tucker Neven was honored as the Private School Player of the Week at the November 7 meeting of the Montgomery Quarterback Club.  Tucker returned to Macon East as a junior this year and led the team as QB into the 2nd round of the AISA AA playoffs. Tucker had 1,643 passing yards for the season with 22 touchdown passes, as well as 165 rushing yards for 3 touchdowns.  Completing 110 of 184 passes, Tucker was definitely a leading quarterback in the Montgomery area among public and private schools, and he was honored to be recognized by this organization.  Founded in 1940, the 182 member Montgomery Quarterback Club has a long standing tradition of honoring area football players. We congratulate Tucker on his selection as a player of the week.
By | 2017-12-12T22:08:26+00:00 November 8th, 2017|Football, News and Events|0 Comments

Volleyball State Champions

The Lady Knights made a triumphal return to the AISA AA state tournament this year after a fall in last year’s championship game ending their 5 year streak on top.  Under the leadership of head coach Codi Moon, the team’s motto “Grit” kept them fighting all season to get the trophy back. With a 32-3 season record, the teams’ losses came early in the year and inspired them to press on.  With trophies from the Glenwood and Edgewood tournaments and an impressive season record, they went on to be crowned Area champs, Region champs and finally the AA State Champions.  With four new starters on the court and Coach Moon as a first year head coach of the squad, the girls proved the Knights’ pre-season predictions wrong and earned their spot back at the state tournament.  In Final Four play at Faulkner University, Macon East faced off with Lee-Scott Academy winning the match in 3 close sets.  This set the stage for a state championship dual with the Glenwood Gators.  Once again, the Lady Knights got it done in just three sets (25-16, 25-12, 25-9), taking back the AA title that had been taken from them in 2016 by Coosa Valley.  AA State MVP, Madisyn Kennedy has led the team all year with 389 kills, 12 blocks, and 88 aces on the year.  She reached a milestone of 500 career kills this season as a junior.  Newcomer Ariel Brown had 289 kills, 37 blocks, and 60 aces in her first season at MEA and was also named to the AA state all-tournament team.  Sophomore Emily Brooks has 502 assists this season alone, along with 267 kills and 163 aces.  Emily was the youngest player named to the state all-tournament team.  Anne Turner Cobb, also new to the team this year, had an impressive season with 422 assists, 173 kills, 77 aces, and 3 blocks.  The Lady Knights will lose just two seniors, Madison McKee and Bailey Dees, next season and have an impressive group on the bench ready to continue the Knights run at the state tournament.

By | 2017-10-30T17:31:04+00:00 October 30th, 2017|News and Events, Volleyball|0 Comments