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First Grade Explores Chattahoochee Nature Center
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 10/19/2017

On Tuesday, October 17, Mrs. Bounds', Mrs. Fisher's and Mrs. Runager's first-grade classes visited the Chattahoochee Nature Center. They took a guided tour of the nature center and identified plants and animals, such as a red-tailed hawk and a barred owl. They finished their nature hike with a visit to...



Grandparents Enjoy Innovation Lab Lunch & Learn
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School
Posted: 10/18/2017

Approximately 20 Whitefield grandparents enjoyed a firsthand look at the Innovation Lab on October 17, as Lab Director Matthew David and his “tech guru” partner and Whitefield parent, Jim Kelly, hosted an information session and tour of the new space.

Located in Mod 600, the Innovation Lab boasts four rooms of...



Whitefield Chorus and Drama Perform at Mable House
Categories: General, Fine Arts
Posted: 10/17/2017

Whitefield singers performed at the 2017 Mable House Storytelling Festival on Saturday, October 14. Along with groups from surrounding schools, including a lively set from the Pebblebrook Gospel Choir, Whitefield’s Middle School Chorus and cast members from Whitefield's upcoming play, "Anything Goes," charmed the crowd with a range of musical...



Fall Mini-Skills Course Offerings in Innovation Lab
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School
Posted: 10/17/2017

This fall, Whitefield is offering a variety of mini-skills courses that will be utilizing our new Innovation Lab. From circuitry to woodworking to sewing, there's something to interest every student.

A description of each course offering is listed below. To register, please click here. Registration for each course ends the day...



Brown and Childree Demonstrate Painting Techniques
Categories: General, Fine Arts
Posted: 10/16/2017

Middle and Upper School art teachers Rebecca Brown and Debbie Childree enjoyed demonstrating and sharing their painting techniques on Saturday, October 14, at the Taylor-Brawner House as visitors came through to view the Taylor-Brawner House Park with Art exhibit. Both teachers had paintings featured as part of the exhibit.

"It was...



Joiner Named MDJ Athlete of the Week
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 10/16/2017

Congratulations to senior Thomas Joiner for being named the Marietta Daily Journal's Athlete of the Week on October 14! 

Joiner, a quarterback and linebacker, was recognized for carrying the WolfPack on both sides of the ball in their 31-24 victory against Fellowship Christian on October 6. He had 12 tackles on defense...



Kindergarten Collects Coats for Feed My Lambs
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 10/16/2017

This fall, the kindergarten classes collected 131 coats and 13 sets of hats, gloves, and scarves for their Megan’s Closet service project! These donations will be given to the organization Feed My Lambs, which serves underprivileged children around the city and world.

Elizabeth Weatherby, founder of Feed My Lambs, visited the...



Middle School Cross Country Wraps Up Season
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 10/16/2017

The Middle School cross-country team had a busy week with strong performances to finish up their season at the Metro10 championship meet on October 10 and the Middle School state meet on October 14 (both two-mile courses).

Metro10 Championship Meet

The girls team earned fourth place out of 10 teams, with medal-winning...



Innovations for the Marching Band
Categories: General, Fine Arts
Posted: 10/16/2017

Upper School students Paxston Richards, Karalese Wehner, and Luke Wilson used Whitefield's Innovation Lab to build these three creative tombstones for props in the 2017 marching band halftime show, “Echoes from the Dark Side; Villains In Action.” As you guessed, they go along with the songs "Monster Mash," "The Grinch,"...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: October 16, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 10/16/2017

Last week held seven competitions for the WolfPack, represented by the football and cross-country teams. Highlights included the pink out game by our fifth- and sixth-grade football team, during which Whitefield partnered with visiting team Mount Vernon to raise awareness for breast cancer along with $600 in ticket sales which...



Handley Serves Library in Miami over Fall Break
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 10/12/2017

Over the summer, Lower School Librarian Lynn Handley traveled with 10 others from Second-Ponce De Leon Baptist Church to Overtown, Florida, a very poor area of Miami, to work with the missionary organization Touching Miami with Love. During that week, Mrs. Handley worked on organizing their largely-donated collection of books into...



Fifth- and Sixth-Grade Football Tackle Breast Cancer
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 10/12/2017

The 5th/6th football team came together on Saturday, October 7, for their annual pink out game to heighten awareness of breast cancer.

While both teams arrived to the game undefeated, and Mount Vernon walked away with the win, the WolfPack family had a winning day. Their morning started strong with a...



Kindergarten Experiences God's Creation at the Farm
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 10/11/2017

On October 5, the three kindergarten classes visited Pettit Creek Farm for a field trip. While they were there, students experienced God’s creation firsthand while spending time with one another.

Pettit Creek has several farm animals, as well as a few other types of animals, such as zebras, kangaroos, and camels...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: October 11, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 10/11/2017

The WolfPack ended a great week of competition last week with Lower School Night at the varsity football game. Whitefield rallied for a spectacular comeback win against Fellowship Christian and celebrated our youngest fans. Lower School students were recognized before the game, helped to make the tunnel for the football...



Eighth Grade Takes on Washington, D.C.
Categories: General, Middle School
Posted: 10/10/2017

Whitefield eighth-graders enjoyed a whirlwind tour of Washington D.C., taking in the sights and sounds of the nation’s capital on a four-day excursion from Oct. 6-10.

The class visited a number of sights in D.C., including the Capitol building, Ford's Theatre, and museums such as the Smithsonian National Museum of American...



Fourth Grade Examines "Holy" Water
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 10/4/2017

Fourth-graders in Miss Lee's class recently had the unique opportunity to examine "holy" water under a microscope!

Thanks to Whitefield's Retaining the Best grant, Miss Lee toured the Holy Land this summer. While there, she collected water samples from the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan River, and the Dead Sea and...



13th Annual Lower School Campout a Success!
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 10/4/2017

From Campout Chair Jim Wilkins:

The 13th Annual Whitefield Dad/Child Campout at Camp Highland held in September was a huge success. We had over 150 attendees, with many new families joining us this year. It was great to get to know them and their children and returning Whitefield families.

The theme was...



Bonnem Wins 1,000 Word Challenge
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 10/3/2017

Congratulations to Upper School English teacher Jessica Bonnem for winning a commendation prize in the 1,000 Word Challenge, an international writing competition based in Great Britain. A new short story challenge with a different prompt is posted to the website every three months. To qualify for the challenge, each entry...



Emily DeMoss ('12) Pursues Passion for Students with Special Needs
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 10/3/2017

Emily DeMoss ('12) graduated from the University of Georgia during the summer of 2017 with a degree in human development. While at UGA, Emily was involved in Extra Special People, a nonprofit organization with a passion for enhancing the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

“My little buddy...



Visual Arts Teachers Refuel Their Creativity
Categories: General, Fine Arts
Posted: 10/2/2017

Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Childree are always on the lookout to encourage and inspire each other as artists by entering juried art competitions, which allows them to grow in their abilities and creativity as teaching artists. Locally, both teachers have photos accepted as part of the South Cobb Arts Alliance...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: October 2, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 10/2/2017

Last week held senior nights, a College Recruitment Night, 22 athletic events, and the end of regular-season games for the volleyball and softball teams.

A special congratulations is due to the varsity boys cross-country team, who was tied for first place in GHSA state rankings following their last meet. Team scores...



Merkle Named USA Swimming Scholastic All-American for Second Year
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 9/27/2017

Vinings resident and Whitefield Academy senior Brooks Merkle has been named as a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American for the second year in a row. This distinction is awarded to USA Swimming athletes who excel both in the classroom and in the pool by maintaining a grade point average of 3.5...



Third-Graders Explore Newton's Laws of Motion
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 9/25/2017

Third-graders recently enjoyed a visit from Professor Q of the High Tech, High Touch science team, an organization that brings science to life through hands-on experimentation in the classroom. The topic of the morning was "Newton in a Nutshell," and all the experiments conducted taught about one of Newton's laws...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: September 25, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 9/25/2017

The WolfPack had an action-packed week last week, filled with many moments that had us on the edge of our seats!

The Middle School football team, comprised of seventh- and eighth-graders, has continued to compete in an exciting and intense season. We’ve enjoyed cheering this team through close games and great...



Wade Named by MileSplit Georgia as Runner of the Week
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 9/21/2017

Sophomore Devin Wade has been named by MileSplit Georgia as the Georgia High School Association Region A Private Boys Runner of the Week for the week of September 17! He placed 33rd at the Warpath Invitational on September 16 in Canton with a time of 16:58.

Congratulations, Devin!



Brown's Photography Selected for NAEA Member Exhibition
Categories: General, Fine Arts
Posted: 9/21/2017

Congratulations to Upper School art teacher Rebecca Brown! Her photograph, "Resist," was selected for the 2017 National Art Education Association (NAEA) Member Exhibition that will be showcased in the NAEA Studio & Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia, from October 1, 2017, through April 15, 2018.

NAEA received 422 submissions for this exhibit; the...



New Middle School Choral Techniques Paying Dividends
Categories: General, Middle School, Fine Arts
Posted: 9/20/2017

By: Abe Okie, Chorus Teacher

The 2017 Middle School Chorus is well underway. I attended a conference over the summer and took courses focusing on the developmental needs of Middle School singers. This year, I'm incorporating some different techniques specifically targeting sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade students, and, so far, it is...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: September 18, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 9/18/2017

Despite a handful of cancelled events last week, the WolfPack still had some great opportunities to practice and compete. Highlights from the week included a varsity football victory against Calvary Christian, a win for varsity volleyball against Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy, and great performances by our varsity cross-country team members...



Kindergartners Kick off Megan's Closet Service Project
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 9/15/2017

On September 14, Marcia Gaddis, Whitefield's alumni and special events manager, read her story “Coats for Winter” to the kindergarten classes.

Marcia visited the classes to help them kick off their service project, “Megan’s Closet,” which begins on Monday, September 18. The kindergarten classes will collect gently-used children’s coats for two...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: September 13, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 9/13/2017

Last week was our first home football game of the season, during which the WolfPack collected a 40-28 victory over King’s Ridge! It was great to have WolfPack fans and cheerleaders back at the stadium for some Friday night lights. Congratulations to our varsity football team and coaching staff on...



Anna Panu ('11) Brings Love to Life Through Wedding Planning
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 9/13/2017

Anna Panu ('11) is putting her communication and event-planning strengths to work as a wedding planner at Chancey Charm Wedding Planning and Design.

Anna has executed events at many of the top venues in and around Atlanta. Her detail-oriented nature has given her a particularly sharp eye for design. With a...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: September 5, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 9/5/2017

Last week, the WolfPack claimed victories against The Kings Academy, Kings Ridge, and Atlanta Girls School. Highlights from the week included our second football game as well as a full game schedule on Thursday, during which all four of our volleyball teams competed in addition to JV and Middle School...



Whitefield's Inaugural Great Day of Service a Success
Categories: General, Community Service
Posted: 8/30/2017

Whitefield Academy’s school community came out in a big way on Saturday, August 26, for the inaugural Great Day of Service. More than 800 volunteers composed of students, parents, faculty, alumni, and even grandparents joined together in serving 36 local charitable organizations around Cobb County and metro Atlanta on 43...



Poetry in Motion at Whitefield
Categories: General, Middle School
Posted: 8/29/2017

The poetry of Nikki Giovanni has been making waves around Whitefield recently.

During the first week of school, eighth-graders in Mrs. Moss's English class created their own versions of the poem "Knoxville, Tennessee" by Nikki Giovanni.

Around that same time, Mrs. Blunier, Whitefield librarian, invited Samara Huggins ('17) to the Upper School library...



Samara Huggins ('17) Featured in NYT and Book Festival
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 8/28/2017

Whitefield alumna Samara Huggins, winner of the 2017 National Poetry Out Loud Competition, was highlighted on August 26 in a New York Times article about the importance of memorization.

Samara will also be a featured guest at the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C. September 1-3, where she and the second-...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: August 28, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 8/28/2017

The WolfPack athletic department was back to our normal speed last week, as teams competed in five athletic events at home and traveled to an additional six events away. Highlights of our week included victories by our 5th/6th grade football team and gold volleyball team against Mt. Paran and Kings...



WolfPack Marching Band Ready for New Season
Categories: General, Fine Arts
Posted: 8/26/2017

The 2017-2018 Marching WolfPack Band is ready to go! After participating in a grueling, but satisfying, weeklong band camp from July 31-August 4, the students were excited to perform their first halftime show of the season at Mt. Vernon Presbyterian School on August 25.

This year’s halftime show is entitled “Echoes...



Foundations Built During Group Activities
Categories: General, Middle School
Posted: 8/24/2017

On August 23, Middle School students participated in group team-building activities to lay a foundation for the school year, deepen their walk with the Lord, explore the true meaning of servant leadership, strengthen relationships with their peers and advisors, and have fun together.

Fifth- and sixth-grade students traveled to King Springs Baptist...



Jaylie Welch ('11) Makes Wishes Come True
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 8/23/2017

Jaylie Welch loves making wishes come true, and she does this very thing through her job at Make-A-Wish Foundation Georgia. Founded in 1995 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Make-A-Wish Georgia works diligently every day to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions across the state. 

Jaylie graduated from Whitefield...



WolfPack Weekly Roundup: August 21, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 8/21/2017

The WolfPack is back for a new school year!

Our fall athletic teams have been working hard in preparation for the season ahead. Our JV volleyball, varsity softball, varsity cross-country, and Middle School football teams have begun competition schedules, and in the coming week, the Middle School and varsity volleyball teams...



Fine Arts Faculty Hone Skills and Have Fun Over Summer
Categories: General, Fine Arts
Posted: 8/19/2017

Whitefield's fine arts department spent the summer honing their skills and having fun across the country and the world. Read all about their experiences below!

Elizabeth Weathington, Lower School Music and Computer Teacher
Ms. Weathington had the wonderful experience of working at a musical theater camp through Due West United Methodist Church....



Students Bond During Back-to-School Retreats and Seminars
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 8/18/2017

Upper School students had the opportunity to bond with one another during some special back-to-school retreats and seminars.

Seniors spent five days at Camp Covecrest in the North Georgia mountains enjoying nature and participating in community service. The theme of the week was “listen to your life” and was centered around...



Senior-Freshman Mentoring Kicks Off
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 8/18/2017

A new year of senior-freshman mentoring kicked off on the seniors' first day of school on August 18. Freshmen who wished to have a mentor were matched with same-gender seniors to talk about everything from how to balance homework and extracurricular activities to how to maintain healthy friendships.

Freshmen will meet...



Margine Named GISA Master Teacher
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 8/11/2017

Kindergarten teacher Adrienne Margine was named a Master Teacher by the Georgia Independent School Association. This program recognizes teachers who exhibit best practices in the classroom and a willingness to collaborate with others. Additionally, GISA Master Teachers inspire excellence in the classroom, among colleagues, and, especially, students.

To apply for the...



Faculty Pursue Educational Endeavors Over Summer
Categories: General, Lower School, Middle School, Upper School
Posted: 8/11/2017

While our faculty take advantage of the summer break to rest and rejuvenate, they also utilize their time out of the classroom to pursue educational endeavors of their own. Take a look at a few of the adventures our teachers had this summer!

Rebecca Brown, Upper School Art Teacher
Mrs. Brown was...



Whitefield Solar Eclipse Plan for August 21
Categories: General, Lower School, Middle School, Upper School
Posted: 8/9/2017

The Atlanta area will be experiencing a 97% total solar eclipse during the afternoon of Monday, August 21. The moon will begin passing over the sun at approximately 1 p.m. and will cover 97% of the sun at approximately 2:36 p.m. The eclipse will end at approximately 4 p.m.

Please see the...



Lea (Babcock) Wallace ('10) Fights for Educational Equity through Teach for America
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 7/17/2017

Lea (Babcock) Wallace (’10) finds fulfilment in the day-to-day business of education as a recruitment associate for Teach for America in the Athens/Atlanta region.

Upon graduation from the University of Georgia in 2014, Lea made the decision to take on a teaching placement at Glencliff High School in Nashville through Teach...



Brown Featured in Marietta Juried Art Show
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 7/10/2017

Upper School art teacher Rebecca Brown was selected as a featured artist for the Metro Montage XVII, an annual juried exhibition at the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art. Her artwork, "Moonscape," will be on display from July 8 through September 10.

Metro Montage features works of fine art by contemporary artists that showcase...



Lynlee (Howell) Bradley ('05) Takes the Cake as a Chef
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 6/26/2017

Lynlee (Howell) Bradley (’05) is the present owner and chef instructor of Young Chefs Academy in Atlanta and owner of Lynlee Cakes, a specialty cake business. She attended Birmingham Southern College and is a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts.

Just what is Young Chef’s Academy? Founded in...



Hughes Receives Doctor of Philosophy in Theology
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 6/26/2017

Upper School history teacher and department chair Kyle Hughes received his Doctor of Philosophy in theology from Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, on June 12. His thesis title was "The Trinitarian Testimony of the Spirit: Prosopological Exegesis and the Development of Pre-Nicene Pneumatology." Hughes also holds a Bachelor of Science...



Coach Hellier Named MDJ Boys Soccer Coach of the Year
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 6/21/2017

Congratulations to Coach Steve Hellier for being named the Marietta Daily Journal/Cobb County Boys Soccer Coach of the Year! 

From the Marietta Daily Journal - June 14, 2017

From not fielding a team at all to winning a Class A state championship over archrival Walker, all it took was four years.

When the...



Ecuador Mission Team Completes 14th Trip to Quito
Categories: General, Upper School, Student Life
Posted: 6/21/2017

The Ecuador Mission Team completed their 14th trip to Quito June 9-18 to serve at Love and Hope Foundation School (Fundacion Amor Y Esperanza), a Christian school for young students whose families are in need.

During their time in Quito, the team comprised of Upper School students and their leaders built relationships...



Olivia Powell ('10) Pursues Her Gifting in the Medical Field
Categories: General, Alumni
Posted: 6/19/2017

Olivia Powell is learning to be on her own as a nurse in the pediatric intensive care unit. Hired in February 2017 by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for the night shift, she is training for her job by working alternate day and night shifts.

“It’s a good way to learn how...



Fuller ('17) Drafted by Los Angeles Angels
Categories: General, Athletics, Alumni
Posted: 6/14/2017

Congratulations to Sam Fuller ('17) for being drafted in the MLB's 14th round by the Los Angeles Angels! He is only the second player to ever be drafted directly after graduating Whitefield and the highest player ever selected from Whitefield.

A right-handed pitcher, Sam has played baseball since he was five,...



Hellier Wins College-Sponsored National Merit Scholarship
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 6/13/2017

Recent Whitefield graduate William Hellier ('17) was awarded a college-sponsored National Merit Scholarship on June 7. Students who earn this type of National Merit Scholarship will receive between $500 and $2,000 per year every year of their undergraduate studies. 

William will be attending the University of Oklahoma and plans to pursue...



Baseball Players Earn All-Region and All-State Recognition
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 6/8/2017

Congratulations to the following 2017 varsity baseball players for earning All-Region recognition!

• First Team - Senior Sam Fuller, Freshman Ian Kennedy
• Second Team - Junior Luke Persons
• Third Team – Senior Mason Jones, Senior Jimmy McCarthy, Junior Carter Huffman

Senior Sam Fuller was also named to first team All-State. Congratulations!



2016-2017 Faculty and Staff Awards
Categories: General, Lower School, Middle School, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 6/7/2017

Whitefield faculty and staff celebrated the end of the 2016-2017 school year on May 26 with a magnolia-themed luncheon in the LSSAC. After enjoying a southern-style lunch, Dr. Kevin Bracher presented the annual years-of-service awards as well as special awards recognizing outstanding faculty, staff, and coaches. Congratulations to the following...



Whitefield Celebrates 20th Baccalaureate and Commencement Ceremonies
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 5/22/2017

Whitefield celebrated the Class of 2017’s graduation with a baccalaureate service on Friday, May 19, in the Lower School Student Activity Center and the 20th Commencement on Saturday, May 20, at The Church of the Apostles. The graduates marched in robes and cords representing their various achievements as parents, grandparents,...



PackBackers Varsity Spring Sports 2017 Recap
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 5/22/2017

Girls Soccer

This season, Coach Cobb saw tremendous growth under the senior leadership of Elizabeth “Pridg” Pridgeon, Lauren Burke, and newcomer Natalie Bell. It was a hard-fought season in a new and difficult area, where four of the teams were ranked in the top 10 in 1A. Every one of Whitefield’s...



Seniors to Pursue Arts after Whitefield
Categories: General, Upper School, Fine Arts
Posted: 5/16/2017

Seven members of the Class of 2017 will continue to pursue their passion for the arts after they graduate Whitefield this month. While some students see the arts as an extracurricular activity, this group of seniors sees it as a way of life.

• Jessica Burnett – University of Tampa, majoring...



National Charity League Awards Senior Kathleen Stueve
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 5/11/2017

National Charity League, Inc., Buckhead Chapter honored Kathleen Stueve at their 2017 Senior Recognition and Awards Tea with two distinguished awards.

For the fourth consecutive year, Kathleen earned the Merci Award for completing the highest onsite philanthropic hours in the current year. In addition, she earned the Senior Service Award for...



Varsity Track Team Qualifies 13 Athletes for State
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 5/3/2017

Thirteen Whitefield track and field athletes qualified in 12 events for the state meet at Berry College in Rome, Georgia, on May 11-13 after competing at the area meet at Darlington on April 20 and the very competitive sectional meet at Landmark Christian on April 29.

The girls 4x100 relay team...



PreK4 Meets K-9 Police Officer
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 5/3/2017

On May 1, the PreK4 class was paid a special visit by Smyrna Police Officer Mark Cole and his K-9 partner, Paco. Officer Cole explained how Paco assists the police department in searching for evidence and even locating missing people. The students loved seeing that a dog can be a...



2017 Upper School Awards
Categories: General, Upper School
Posted: 5/2/2017

The Upper School year-end awards ceremony was held on April 27. Congratulations to the following award recipients!

12th Grade Awards
Bible Department award: Emily Kendrick
English Department award: Samara Huggins
Performing Arts Department awards: Performing Arts/Dramatic Performance award: Brendan Thomas Performing Arts/Music Performance award: Anna Kate Peterson Visual Arts Award: Ansley Guthrie Foreign Language Department award: Melly Lezcano
History...



Whitefield Lower School Participates in Invitational Art Festival
Categories: General, Lower School, Fine Arts
Posted: 4/25/2017

On April 21, the Lower School participated in the Invitational Art Festival held at Mt. Bethel Christian Academy. The artwork of 19 students was selected to represent Whitefield Academy. This was a very successful event; we came home with 21 “Excellent” awards and 14 “Superior” awards! 

The following students earned awards:

First...



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...