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  1. Class of 2019 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

    Lake Ridge Academy announced its Class of 2019 valedictorian, Jodie Xiaojing Deng, and salutatorian, Laila Haidar.

    Jodie is a native of Shenyang, in the Liaoning province of China and arrived in the United States in 2017 as a sophomore through Lake Ridge Academy’s international program. She is th...

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  2. Support the Senior Class Gift

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    Help the senior class raise money for their class gift by purchasing the official LRA Pop Socket! Order yours today! Order deadline is May 24.

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  3. Four Senior Student Athletes Commit to Colleges

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    Four Lake Ridge Academy student athletes have committed to continuing their athletic careers in college. During an official signing ceremony hosted by the Lake Ridge Academy athletic department on April 17, the following students announced their future academic and athletic plans.

    Grace Adams w...

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  4. Six Juniors Entering 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program

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    Six Lake Ridge Academy juniors were named as eligible participants in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program based upon their scores on the 2018 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. With a Selection Index score of 212 or above, these high performers have shown outstandin...

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  5. Upper School Artists Earn Two National Scholastic Art Awards

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    Congratulations to our two Upper School artists for winning National Scholastic Art Awards. Olivia Watling ’19 received a National Gold Medal for her piece, Rose. Michelle Zhang ’20 received a National Silver Medal for her painting, Self-Portrait. 153 Gold Key pieces were sent from the Lorai...

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  6. Two Juniors Invited to the College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Program

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    Two Lake Ridge Academy juniors have been invited to join the National Hispanic Recognition Program, which is organized by the College Board. Mikey Sison and PJ Yoo were given the ability to apply for this honor because they scored in the top 2.5% on the PSAT among all the Hispanic and Latino test-t...

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