Preview show is Monday May 23 at 3:15 p.m.
Evening performances are Tuesday, May. 24, Wednesday, May 25 and Thursday, May 26 at 7 p.m. in theater.
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Preview show is Monday May 23 at 3:15 p.m.
Fifteen members of the high school track and field team qualified for the state championships on May 12-14. The boys' 4X200 meter really finished 11th at sectionals setting a new school record. Go Pythons!
The Georgia High School Soccer named senior Geoffrey Halpern, Paideia's goalie, the Single-A Private Boys Player of the Year.
Kenan Orlovic, Rohan Chanani, and Alex Crowley represented Paideia at the recent Vex Robotics World Championships. They went 2 and 8 in match play, but finished in the top quarter of teams in the Skills competition, capping off the most successful season in Paideia Robotics history.
The Paideia junior high Georgia Youth Birding Competition team won their division in this year's competition by identifying 90 species within 24 hours and raising $890 in pledges benefiting Trees Atlanta.
Two high school Academic Bowl teams competed in the National Small School Academic Bowl. One team finished in seventh place and the other in 17th. Paideia was one of only two schools to qualify two teams for the playoffs.
Four Paideia seniors signed to play their sports in college. Gabe Elliott will play baseball at Swarthmore College and Bruno Damiani will play baseball at New York University. Continuing their soccer careers are Abraham Gonzalez at Georgia Southwestern State University and Geoffrey Halpern at Villanova University.
Nine Paideia high school students were selected to have their work shown at the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival. The exhibit chose the work of Maria Roque, Kaila Pearson, Copper West (jewelry design), William Hagan, Asha Ahn, Jay Johnson (photography), Audie Hobson (mixed media), Caroline Pierce (printmaking), and Audrey Felske (drawing).
Congratulations to the girls' tennis team on winning the Region 2 A championship. Both the girls' and boys' tennis teams have qualified for the state tournament. Go Pythons!
Paideia's Model UN team traveled to NYC recently to participate in the National High School Model United Nations Conference which also included dozens of schools from around the world. This was Paideia's seventh time attending the conference, and their first time being honored. The Paideia team received three awards.
Amit Kamma and Kaiya Ciho were selected to represent their committees as speakers during Closing Ceremonies. Co-delegates Bahiyyih Grant and Madelynn Huff won an "Award of Excellence" in their committee. The entire Model UN team received a "Research and Preparation Award of Merit" for Paideia School.
Three junior high students won recognition in the Georgia River of Words poetry contest. One student was a national finalist, and two were state winners in the junior high division. The River of Words program is designed to help students understand their place in the environment by studying the watershed and expressing their thoughts in poetry and art.
Cassie Boulis '23 and Sonia Alizadeh '25 were awarded Scholastic Art and Writing medals at the national level. Cassie won two of the three gold keys awarded in Georgia for photography. Sonia won a silver key for her jewelry design. It was the only national award given for jewelry in Georgia. Gold medal winners will be honored at Carnegie Hall in June.
Junior Josie Bond won an honorable mention award in the prestigious Schmidt Vocal Arts Competition, in which over 400 students compete at 17 locations around the country.
The Paideia JV Academic Bowl team came in second place at the Georgia Academic Team Association JV state tournament on March 5 in the small private school division.
The high school Science Olympiad team won the Regional Tournament at Middle Georgia State University, in Macon, on Feb. 26. In 16 events, the team took first place in eight events, second place in four events, and third place in four events. The team now moves on to the State Tournament in April.
The Paideia high school ultimate teams had a great run at the River Campus Classic in Nashville, Tenn. It was the first tournament in over two years.
The girls' varsity team won the tournament, outscoring opponents 48-2. The JV girls came in third, winning an exciting bronze medal match on double-game point.
The varsity boys' team went 3-0 to win their pool, then placed second after a tough match against the No. 1 seed RECA out of Knoxville, Tenn., 9-6.
Paideia's high school Mock Trial team won the school's first-ever Georgia Bar Regional Championship. The team now moves on to the Districts competition' for the fourth year in a row.
Maisey Brown, Kaiya Ciho, Rohan Chanani, Catherine Dwyer, and Victoria Ellis won Outstanding Attorney Awards. Evie Babcock, Darby Close, Ryan Eiler, Brooks Howard, and Megan Walter won Outstanding Witness Awards.
Four Paideia high school robotics teams competed in the Vex Robotics Competition state championship tournament. Three teams advanced to the quarter-finals. One team qualified for the Worlds Tournament in May.
Paideia high school Academic Bowl Teams have qualified for the Small School National Championship Tournament and the National High School Championship. Two teams qualified for the Small School National Championship in April in Chicago. One team will compete in the High School National Championship in Atlanta in May. Paideia finished first in Division 5 of the Georgia Academic Bowl Team Association Regional tournament on Jan. 29.
Six high school students, Garrett Brand, Calliope Cutchins, Andrew Guthrie, Charlie Collins, Sahil Gandhi, and Raja Hofmeister performed at the GMEA District Honor Band on Feb. 5.