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Coach Johnson Named Region Coach of the Year
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 2/23/2017

Congratulations to varsity boys basketball coach Tyrone Johnson for being named GHSA Region 6A coach of the year! We are proud of his commitment to WolfPack athletics and to being an inspirational coach, role model, and mentor for our students-athletes.



Whitefield Dramatic Society to Present "Once in a Lifetime"
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 2/22/2017

The Whitefield Dramatic Society will present the play "Once in a Lifetime" on Friday, February 24, and Saturday, February 25, at 7 p.m. in the Louise Owens Theater.

The year is 1927, and talking pictures have just arrived on the cinematic scene. A trio of small-time vaudeville actors decides to strike...



Second-Graders Learn About Safety
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 2/22/2017

Mrs. Albright's second-grade class recently visited the Cobb County Safety Village, where they learned about fire safety, bike safety, stranger danger, pet safety, gun safety, train track safety, and germ prevention.



Boys Varsity Basketball State Tournament Schedule
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 2/20/2017

Whitefield competed in the first round of the GHSA state basketball tournament on Saturday, February 18, against Prince Avenue and won 63-41.

In the second round of the state tournament, the Pack competed against Southwest Atlanta Christian. After an intense game, Whitefield lost 59-61. 

Congratulations to the WolfPack on an awesome season...



Whitefield Community Celebrates Black History Month
Categories: General, Lower School, Middle School, Upper School
Posted: 2/20/2017

Whitefield celebrated Black History Month with two very special chapels and other activities.

On Feb. 9, Middle and Upper School students gathered for a joint assembly in the Lower School Student Activity Center, where they enjoyed listening to spoken word by two of our Upper School students and songs performed by...



Two Whitefield Sixth-Graders Participate in Honor Chorus
Categories: General, Middle School, Fine Arts
Posted: 2/19/2017

Two Whitefield students attended the Georgia Statewide Sixth-Grade Honor Chorus this weekend in Athens. Ilsa Messner and Ellie Farrar, who were members of the Middle School Chorus during the fall semester, were selected by Whitefield Chorus Director Abe Okie to be a part of the choir. Their eligibility for the...



Upper School Students Inducted into Fine Arts Honor Societies
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 2/15/2017

Numerous Upper School students were honored on Wednesday, February 15, for their commitment to fine arts and their contributions to the Whitefield arts program during an induction ceremony for three distinct fine arts honor societies. 

Nathan Stevens, Upper School principal, opened the ceremony with a word of prayer, then Rebecca Brown,...



Three Seniors Named National Merit Finalists
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 2/15/2017

Congratulations to seniors Daniel Justice, William Hellier, and Rubin Thomas for being named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. They are among 15,000 semifinalists nationwide that have advanced to finalist standing and are now eligible to win one of approximately 7,500 National Merit scholarships, totaling approximately $33 million.



Graham Competes in Regional Spelling Bee
Categories: General, Middle School
Posted: 2/15/2017

Whitefield sixth-grader Joe Graham advanced to the Regional Spelling Bee held at Woodward Academy on Thursday, February 9. Joe represented Whitefield well at this highly competitive event. Way to go, Joe!



Lower School Spellers Earn Top Spots at ACSI Bee
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 2/14/2017

Congratulations to the following Lower School students for placing in the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Spelling Bee at Strong Rock Christian School in Locust Grove on Feb. 13:

1st grade: Abby Holsinger (1st place)
2nd grade: Jordan Young (2nd place) and Sophia Kwon (4th place)
3rd grade: Nasya Bazemore (4th place)
4th...



Faculty Member and Students Win Georgia Computing Awards
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 2/14/2017

Congratulations to Upper School math and computer science teacher Kyle Justice for being named the 2017 NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Georgia Affiliate Educator Award Winner by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT), the Georgia Tech College of Computing, and State Farm. He is one of 75 educators recognized nationally...



Huggins to Compete at State Poetry Competition
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 2/14/2017

For the fourth consecutive year, senior Samara Huggins will be competing in the state finals for Poetry Out Loud. Samara competed on Feb. 11 in the North Georgia Regional Competition at Woodstock High School alongside students from 16 other schools. The state finals will be held on March 12 at...



Theater Students Shine at Georgia Thespian Conference
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 2/14/2017

During the weekend of Feb. 10-12, the Whitefield Dramatic Society attended the Georgia Thespian Conference, an annual gathering of 5,000 high school actors from all over the state. The three-day conference was full of workshops, competitions, and performances. The quality of the work is very high, and we are so...



Justice and McDonald Named 2017 STAR Student & Teacher
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 2/14/2017

Congratulations to senior Daniel Justice for being named Whitefield’s 2017 STAR Student. He chose Christopher McDonald, Upper School physics teacher, as his STAR Teacher.

The Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program honors Georgia's highest achieving high school seniors and the teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic development. Since...



Pearce and Krahel Play in District 12 Honor Bands
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 2/13/2017

Sophomore Donovan Pearce and eighth-grader Jack Krahel participated in the highly-competitive Georgia Music Educators District 12 Honor Bands Feb. 10-12. They had the opportunity to play with very large concert bands with full instrumentation made up of top students from Cobb and Douglas counties. Friday evening and all day Saturday...



Atlanta Artist Visits Upper School Art Classes
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 2/10/2017

Anne Ostholthoff, Atlanta artist and parent of ninth-grader Joe Ostholthoff, spoke with the AP Art Studio and Art I classes on Feb. 8.

She spoke about her education, spiritual life, and work experience and shared her work with the students. She inspired and encouraged the students to develop their own artistic...



VanArsdale Sisters Earn GHSA Region Basketball Accolades
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 2/10/2017

Congratulations to varsity girls basketball players junior Laren VanArsdale for being named to the GHSA All-Region first team and freshman Logan VanArsdale for being named honorable mention.



Varsity Basketball Region Tournament Schedule
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 2/8/2017

The GHSA Region 6 Boys Basketball Tournament will be held at Darlington School. 

Whitefield competed in the first round on Wednesday, bringing home a 61-55 victory against Christian Heritage School. 

On Friday, the WolfPack competed against North Cobb Christian in the second round of the tournament and lost, 51-62. 
The state tournament bracket will...



Hart and McCarthy Earn Region Basketball Honors
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 2/7/2017

Congratulations to senior Isaiah Hart for being named GHSA Region 6A player of the year and senior Jimmy McCarthy for being named to the GHSA second team all region. Way to go, Pack!



Chess Team Represents Whitefield at Metro Atlanta Chess Tournament
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 2/7/2017

Two Whitefield Academy chess teams competed in the Metro Atlanta Qualifier Chess Tournament on Saturday, February 4.

The K-5 Team, including fifth-graders Drew Justice, Nate Jones, Walker Paxton, Archer McBride, and Christian Wiggins, along with fourth-graders Riley Hugues and Anna Figaretti, took seventh place with 15 points. The K-3 team, made...



Middle School Boys Blue Basketball Wins Metro10 Championship
Categories: General, Middle School, Athletics
Posted: 2/7/2017

The Middle School boys blue basketball team won the Metro10 championship on Feb. 4 with a one-point overtime victory over the St. Francis Knights, winning 57-56. The boys were thrilled at how many fans showed up to cheer them on and, as always, were thankful to the cheerleaders for leading...



Whitefield Celebrates 20th Year with Time Capsule
Categories: General
Posted: 2/7/2017

The Whitefield community is celebrating the school's 20th year by collecting items for a time capsule to be opened during the school's 40th anniversary in 2037. 

Items that will be included in the time capsule are:
Basketball and football jerseys Marching band uniform Lower School uniform Class of 2017 T-shirt Photo of 20th-year celebration cake from...



Merkle Places Third at State Swim Meet
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 2/7/2017

The varsity swim team traveled to Georgia Tech on Friday, February 3 (preliminaries), and Saturday, February 4 (finals), to participate in the 1A-5A state meet. In order to participate, swimmers must first swim qualifying times during the regular season. Representing the WolfPack on the state team this year were Isabel...



Hart and Nicholas Crowned Mr. and Miss WolfPack 2017
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 2/7/2017

Congratulations to seniors Isaiah Hart and Olivia Nicholas for being crowned Mr. and Miss WolfPack 2017 at Winter Sports Senior Night and Homecoming on Feb. 3. 

During the evening, all seniors who played a winter sport were recognized, and an 80's-themed dance was held for Upper School students after the varsity...



Black History Digital Art on Display
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 2/6/2017

In honor of February being Black History Month, our Upper School students in the Graphic Design and Digital Art classes used Photoshop to create digital art pieces that reflect their personal interpretations of black history. Their work is on display through the end of the month at the Fulton County...



Hart Named to Atlanta All-Metro Midseason Boys’ Team
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 2/2/2017

On January 30, Whitefield senior Isaiah Hart was named to the Atlanta Tipoff Club's Atlanta All-Metro Midseason Boys’ Team of 30. The final team, as well as the Metro-Atlanta Boy’s Player of the Year, will be announced at the end of February.

Congratulations, Isaiah!



2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Competition Winners
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 2/2/2017

Congratulations to the Upper School students whose artwork and writing have been selected as award winners in the 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Competition for Georgia! Their work was chosen from over 3,000 entries submitted from both public and private schools throughout the state. The ceremony for all Gold and...



Whitefield Robotics Team Earns Honors at Competition
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School
Posted: 2/1/2017

Six Whitefield students competed in their second robotics competition on Jan. 28 along with 33 other teams and were selected to compete in the semifinals! In addition, they were chosen by the judges as the runner-up for the control award, which is given for excellence in programming and sensor use....



Middle School Girls Swimming Takes Third in Championship
Categories: General, Middle School, Athletics
Posted: 2/1/2017

The Middle School swim team traveled to the Cumming Aquatic Center on Jan. 27 to compete in the Metro 10 Championship. It was an exciting end to a successful season, with the girls team taking third place overall! Way to go, Pack!

Highlights include:
- Amanda King (7th grade) took first place...



Huggins Wins Poetry Out Loud Competition for Fourth Year
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 2/1/2017

Sixteen Whitefield students participated in this year’s Poetry Out Loud competition, held on Friday, January 27, in the Athletic Center. Senior Samara Huggins won first place, senior Misha McDaniel won second place, and junior Jared Jones placed third.

Samara has won the school competition for the last four years and will...



WolfPack Swimmers Recognized at Pace Invitational
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 1/27/2017

Two WolfPack varsity swimmers were recognized on Jan. 21 at the Pace Invitational. 

Senior swimmers from all participating schools were honored before the meet, including Whitefield's own Audree Grand'Pierre.

Later during the event, Whitefield junior Brooks Merkle set a new pool record for Pace’s pool in the 100-yard breaststroke. This was the...



Graham Wins Middle School Spelling Bee for Second Year
Categories: General, Middle School
Posted: 1/26/2017

For the second year in a row, sixth-grader Joseph Graham won the Middle School Spelling Bee on Jan. 19. The bee went nine rounds, including one vocabulary round. The championship word was “accordingly.”

The runners up were eighth-grader Theo Bacon and seventh-grader Zoe Justice. Zoe was an alternate and did not...



Sophomore Matthew Sumlin Earns Eagle Scout Rank
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 1/26/2017

Sophomore Matthew Sumlin earned the rank of Eagle Scout in January 2017. He is in Troop 232 at Northwest Presbyterian Church. 

Matthew's scouting journey began when he joined Cub Scouts in second grade at Trinity School. He earned the Arrow of Light and crossed over to Boy Scouts in sixth grade,...



Whitefield Hosts 16th-Annual Chess Tournament
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 1/24/2017

Whitefield Academy played host to the 16th-Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Chess Tournament on MLK Day, as almost 500 chess players from kindergarten through 12th grade participated in this annual tournament sponsored by the Georgia Chess Association.

Whitefield’s campus was buzzing with activity as players and their parents arrived from...



Lower School Artwork on Display
Categories: General, Lower School, Fine Arts
Posted: 1/20/2017

Our Lower School students have been putting their creative skills to the test the past couple of weeks as they've explored varying forms of artwork.

In spite of the unseasonably warm weather we've been having, our first-graders have been dreaming of a winter wonderland and putting their visions on paper for...



Author & Illustrator John Hendrix Visits Lower School
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 1/19/2017

World-renowned author and illustrator John Hendrix visited Whitefield's Lower School on Jan. 19. He first visited the PreK4, kindergarten, and first-grade classes, where his most recent faith-based book, "Miracle Man: The Story of Jesus," was read aloud to the students. He then spoke to the second- through fourth-grade students and...



Fourth-Graders Pay Tribute to MLK
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 1/18/2017

Our fourth-graders enjoyed a field trip to the King Center last week, where they heard from Naomi King, sister-in-law to Dr. King, as well as other people who knew Dr. King and worked with him during the Civil Rights Movement.



Burnett Named All-State Art Symposium State Winner
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 1/17/2017

Congratulations to senior Jessica Burnett, a state winner of the 2017 All-State Art Symposium! Her work was selected from over 1,200 submissions and will be displayed at the Symposium, where she is eligible to be considered for additional awards.





Burke and Hellier Receive Vince Dooley Award
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 1/17/2017

Seniors Lauren Burke and William Hellier were chosen by Whitefield's 15 varsity head coaches as the recipients of the 2017 Vince J. Dooley Award. This award is presented to one male and one female athlete in every high school in Georgia for their exemplary character, leadership both on and off...



Whitefield Athletics Continues to Build Momentum with Coaching Hires
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 1/17/2017

As Whitefield enters the spring athletic season, two newly-appointed coaches will lead the WolfPack in preseason football preparations and boys varsity baseball.

Longtime Whitefield Coach John Hunter served in dual roles last year as both head lacrosse coach and interim head football coach. Athletic Director Danny Ryan made that arrangement permanent...



French High School Students Visit Whitefield
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 1/16/2017

Whitefield is excited to host 40 high school students from Lycée Galilée in Cergy, France, January 12-18. During their stay in the Atlanta area, the French students are living with Whitefield families and shadowing students in the Upper School French class while on campus.

Upper School French Teacher Kate Byars has...



Happy New Year from our Fine Arts Director
Categories: General, Fine Arts
Posted: 1/13/2017

As we enter into the New Year and another exciting semester of creativity, music-making, productions, concerts, art shows, auditions, competitions, and inspiration, we celebrate all the wonderful accomplishments of 2016 and eagerly anticipate God’s grace in 2017.

Eighth-grader Jack Krahel and sophomore Donovan Pearce Recently, the Whitefield Fine Arts Department recognized senior...



Whitefield Hosts Tech Savvy Parenting Seminar
Categories: General
Posted: 1/13/2017

On January 11, Whitefield Academy welcomed Brian Housman, executive director of 360Family, to campus to address our parents and the local community about parenting in the current digital age. As author of the books "Tech Savvy Parenting" and "Raising Responsible Teens in a Digital World," Brian shared insight on how to...



Second-Grader Completes Yearlong Bible Story Challenge
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 1/10/2017

Second-grader Grant Gehler completed the "365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories" book that his first-grade teachers, Mrs. Marriott and Mrs. McKoy, gave each student in his class in December 2015 as a Christmas gift.

"Grant worked hard to finish before Christmas break in order to tell Mrs. Marriott he read the book...



PreK4 Prepares Blessing Bags for the Needy
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 1/4/2017

Students in Mrs. Perry's PreK4 class compiled "Blessing Bags" to give to those in need this winter. The children included a washcloth, bar of soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, water bottle, snack, and a hand-colored Christmas card in each bag then prayed over the people who will receive the bags. The students...



Fifth-Grade Spelling Bee Contestants are Named
Categories: General, Middle School
Posted: 1/3/2017

Congratulations to fifth-graders Jonathan Kern, Nate Jones, Drew Heiskell, Efe Aror, Annie Strickland, Sydney Nettles, and Marin Eckerson (not pictured) for earning the privilege to compete in Whitefield's Middle School Spelling Bee on January 19. The first- and second-place winners will go on to represent Whitefield in the regional bee. ...



Eight Whitefield Football Players Named All-Region
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 1/3/2017

Eight Whitefield varsity football players were named to the all-region team for 6A South, as voted by the league’s coaches.

First Team Defense:
Defensive Line - Jake Lewis (11th)
Defensive Back - Chip Goldsmith (11th)

Second Team Offense:
Running Back - Willie Fulks (12th)
Wide Receiver - Coby Gregory (12th)
Offensive Line - Coleman Miller (11th)

Second Team...



Whitefield Celebrates Christmas
Categories: General, Lower School, Middle School, Upper School, Fine Arts, Student Life
Posted: 12/20/2016

Whitefield celebrated Christmas through a wide variety of community service projects, concerts, and performances. Check out the photos below for some of the highlights from this season, and click here to find and share more photos. 

Merry Christmas from Whitefield Academy! 



Whitefield Parent and Painter Shares Work with Upper School Art Classes
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 12/16/2016

Whitefield parent and painter Ruth Barrett, mom of Emily (9th) and Ruby (5th) Little, came to demonstrate and share her work with Mrs. Brown's Drawing and Painting and Art I classes. Ruth shared how her faith influences her art and how she relies on the Lord to guide her in...



Five Senior Football Players Selected to Play in Cobb All-Star Senior Bowl
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 12/15/2016

Five Whitefield seniors have been selected to play in the Cobb All-Star Senior Bowl hosted by the American Youth Council, Inc.: Jordan Saibu, Coby Gregory, Mason Jones, William Hellier, and Willie Fulks.

"They are chosen to play with some of the best senior football players in Cobb County," said Varsity Football...



Seniors Awarded for Reaching Giving Goal
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 12/14/2016

L to R: Senior Class President Maggie Leigh Faulk, the Gastons, Senior Vice President Willie Fulks Upper School Tuesday Morning Rally on Dec. 13 hosted special guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaston, grandparents to Jolie Gaston (10th), Julia Patton (12th), and Cutty Patton (7th). The Gastons presented the seniors with a...



Upcoming Lower School Christmas Program Promises to Deliver a Meaningful Message
Categories: General, Lower School, Fine Arts
Posted: 12/13/2016

Tuesday, December 20, 6:30 p.m. (PreK4 through 1st grade) and 7:30 p.m. (2nd through 4th grade), LSSAC
The Lower School Christmas program is always a special time to gather together and share a wonderful evening of music with students, families, and guests. This year promises to be especially meaningful with the...



Teaching Biblical Lessons with Shaving Cream
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 12/12/2016

Students in Mrs. David's fourth-grade class learned the importance of their words as they focused on Matthew 12:34, "For out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks." Students realized that once words are said, they can't be taken back - just like shaving cream can't be put back...



Kindergartners Take a Crash Course in Calculus
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 12/12/2016

Who says kindergartners can’t be in a calculus class?

Hellier Family Mrs. Margine’s kindergarten class visited Mr. Hellier’s BC Calculus class on Dec. 9. Earlier in the week, her students were discussing if Pi and infinity were real numbers, so she thought it would be the perfect opportunity to visit Mr. Hellier’s...



Senior Receives Award from Hispanic Heritage Foundation
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 12/9/2016

On November 6, senior Melissa Lezcano received a gold medal from the Hispanic Heritage Foundation in the category of mathematical sciences at a ceremony at Georgia Tech.

Established by the White House in 1987, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation is an award-winning nonprofit that identifies, inspires, prepares, and positions Latino leaders in...



Students Learn About 3D Printing
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 12/9/2016

James Mitchell and Beth Baldwin, librarians from the Vinings Branch of the Cobb County Public Library System (CCPLS), came to Mrs. Brown's art classes on Dec. 5 to demonstrate 3D printing. The students enjoyed seeing the printed objects and asking questions.

The CCPLS owns several 3D printers at their regional branches:...



Ecuador Missionaries Share at EMT Chapel
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School
Posted: 12/8/2016

Francisco and Clemencia Sola, known affectionately as Pancho and Pity, shared with Middle and Upper School students and parents at the annual Ecuador Mission Team chapel on Thursday, December 8. Students who attended the 2016 Ecuador missions trip also shared about their experiences.

The couple operates the Love and Hope Foundation...



Local Library Showcases Whitefield Student Artwork
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 12/8/2016

Over 30 Whitefield students were selected to exhibit their artwork at the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Northside Branch, located at 3295 Northside Parkway. Students were selected from the Upper School Drawing and Painting, Upper School Graphic Design, and seventh-grade art classes. The exhibit will be on display until January 4. 

The following...



Caroline Pattillo ('05) Returns Home to Whitefield
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 12/7/2016

Caroline (far left) with the WolfPack varsity girls cross-country team Caroline Pattillo ('05) graduated from Whitefield in 2005 and returned in 2016 as advancement office manager. She graduated from the University of Georgia and gained management experience while working at West Stride Running Store and as a neurodevelopmental teacher at Jacob’s...



Whitefield Community Members Receive Mayor's Education Awards
Categories: General, Lower School, Upper School
Posted: 12/6/2016

On Monday, December 5, three members of the Whitefield community were honored by City of Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon at an Education Awards Ceremony. As a strong advocate for education, Mayor Bacon created the Mayor's Education Awards in 2006 to recognize outstanding students, staff members, and volunteers from Smyrna-area schools,...



Horner Earns Doctor of Education
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 12/6/2016

Upper School history teacher and department chair Jeff Horner received his Doctor of Education from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on Dec. 2. His thesis title was "Christian Curricular Emphases and Academic Rigor: A Mixed Methods Study." Horner also holds an undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel...



Seventh-Grade Artist Featured in Buckhead Art Gallery
Categories: General, Middle School, Fine Arts
Posted: 12/5/2016

Anne O Art Gallery in Buckhead selected Whitefield seventh-grade student Luke Sinclair as the featured student-artist exhibiting November 17 through January 3. Luke's work includes abstract and steampunk-style miniature sculptures studded with gears, keys, and screws, which are worn as pendants and chokers. The gallery is managed by Whitefield mom...



Lower School Students Collect 400 Toys for City of Refuge
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 12/4/2016

Lower School students collected 400 toys to benefit City of Refuge, a non-profit organization dedicated to community development efforts that lead to the stability and sustainability of the local community. The mission of City of Refuge is “to bring light, hope and transformation to Atlanta’s last, lost and least.”

During the...



Varsity Softball Players Named to All-Region Team
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 11/20/2016

Congratulations to the following WolfPack softball players who were named to the 6A All-Region team:

Amilya Little (10th) - 1st Team, Infield
KJ Haney (9th) - 1st Team, Catcher
Maya Mancle (9th) - 1st Team, Infield

Go Pack!



Middle and Upper School Art Students Get "Artrageous"
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 11/16/2016

Our AP art students and Middle School National Junior Art Honor Society members experienced art in action during Artrageous at the Cobb Energy Center on November 15. The performance involved captivating vocals, intricate choreography, and exciting audience interaction while a gallery of fabulous paintings was created in front of everyone's...



Award-Winning Writer Visits Creative Writing Class
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 11/16/2016

On Nov. 16, Mrs. Blackwood's Creative Writing class welcomed guest speaker Christine Van Dusen, a freelance writer who is a regular contributor to Atlanta magazine and has won several awards for her stories. She talked to the students about her path as a writer and how she infuses her love...



Whitefield Robotics Team Makes Its Debut
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School
Posted: 11/7/2016

Seven Whitefield students have founded a competitive robotics team, Robo Lobo (Wolf) Pack, and had their first competition on Saturday, November 5. Members are Blaise Richburg (7th), John Robert Bracher (7th), Jonathan Marshall (12th), Ashton Vreeland (7th), Jonathan Rhudy (7th), Jackson Holbrook (7th), and Matthew Marshall (9th). The team's hard...



Boys Place 3rd and Girls Place 10th at State Cross-Country Meet
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 11/4/2016

Congratulations to the varsity cross-country teams for their great results at the state cross-country meet in Carrollton, Georgia, on November 4. The boys' team took home third place, while the girls placed 10th. 





Cross Country Teams Place at Regionals
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 10/27/2016

Whitefield's varsity cross country team traveled to Darlington, Georgia on October 27 to compete in the GHSA regional championships. After a great day of competition, the boys cross country team claimed the championship, and the girls' team captured third. Both teams will be headed to represent the Pack in the...



Two Whitefield Alumni Compete in Summer Olympic Games
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 9/19/2016

Alumni Naomy Grand’Pierre (’15) and Matt Simpson (’08) fulfilled their Olympic dreams when they competed in the Rio Summer Games in August and September of 2016.

Grand’Pierre made history by becoming the first female swimmer to represent Haiti in the Olympic swimming competition. She finished her Olympic debut as 56th out...



Varsity Baseball Claims Victory Over Pinecrest
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 4/12/2016

After almost a week off, the Pack travelled to Pinecrest Monday and won 4-0 with great hits and a great pitcher. Luke Persons (10th) was the winning pitcher, throwing his third consecutive complete game. Luke scatted 6 hits and struck out 4 in the shutout win.

The offense had no trouble contributing...



Varsity Boys Place in Day 1 of GHSA State Track & Field Meet
Categories: General, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 5/15/2015

Senior Robby Keough takes the Class A state title in the 1600m Run with a time of 4:17.38. Senior Robby Keough led the way for the Wolfpack Boys on Day 1 of the Georgia State Track & Field Championships by winning the Class A state title in the 1600m Run, in...