Please click here for more information on the College In The High School Program offered through Columbia-Greene Community College.
Bailey Wind was just seventeen years old when she was involved in a horrific car accident on the Northway in December of 2012. The accident claimed the life of her boyfriend, Christopher Stewart and her friend, Deanna Rivers. It left Bailey seriously injured and emotionally devastated, but it also left her with the desire to share their story. Bailey will be at CA for a school-wide assembly on Monday, December 22nd to speak about how YOUR bad choices could impact other people and she will share how someone else’s bad choices affected her. Please click here for the link to more information on Bailey's book 'Save Me A Spot In Heaven'.
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Congratulations to our Top Five Most Improved Students in each grade level for the 1st quarter. Please click here for the complete list of students, based on staff nominations.
A one-act play co-written by three Coxsackie-Athens High School students was recently selected as the first-prize winner in the annual Student Playwriting Contest sponsored by the Columbia County Council on the Arts (CCCA). The play titled "Poor Zachary" -- written last year by current C-A seniors Meghan Marafioti, Gabriella Peters and Julia Reeves -- was one of several performed as staged readings on Sunday, October 19th during the CCCA-sponsored ArtsWalk festival in Hudson, N.Y. Other Coxsackie-Athens students who wrote one-act plays that were given "script-in-hand readings" during the festival are Amanda Chiesa, Katie Geiss, James Buchanan, Aliyah Poinsette, Caitlin Sitcer, and Allison Stanton. Their teacher is Bob Dial, 11th-grade English teacher at Coxsackie-Athens High School. Congratulations to all the student playwrights!
PSAT Scores are available in Student Services for those students who took the test in October. Please come during your Study Halls or at theend of the day.