Seventh grade student, Clare Pitstick, accepted to rigorous summer camp at The Ohio State University.
The Young Women’s Summer Institute (YWSI) is a week-long camp held in July for middle school girls and is sponsored by the Ohio Supercomputer Center. The Institute gives a hands-on look at the fields of math, science and engineering. Students in attendance perform multiple projects throughout the week giving them a multitude of opportunities to see first-hand what jobs in the prospective fields would look like on a daily basis.
Clare recently attended the state science fair where she competed and won several awards throughout the process. A student at Royalmont Academy since Preschool, Clare has been involved in a number of activities throughout her RA career including, volleyball, student government, Challenge and working with children.
To learn more about the Young Women’s Summer Institute click here.
History was made at Royalmont Academy Classical Preparatory High School on Friday, May 15, 2015 as the first high school graduate crossed the stage.
Isaac Chmiel graduated with honors following mass celebrated by Father Daniel Brandenburg, LC. Chmiel attended RA Prep during its inaugural year as a senior. He describes his time at Royalmont fondly, citing he was given the ability to lead through on-going examples of formation and teaching. In a speech he said, “Allow God to be for you, accepting His will as it will prevail. Don’t be afraid to be a leader, take the initiative, step out of the ordinary and take the opportunity to take the steps to lead.”
Isaac has chosen to defer his freshman year at college to join the Regnum Christi Mission Corps for one year of missionary work. He has been accepted at both Ava Maria University and Marian University with a focus in Business. Throughout high school Chmiel played football and hopes to walk-on when he attends college in 2016.
In honor of his time at RA Prep, Chmiel gifted a statue of St. Joseph to dedicate the high school to the patronage of St. Joseph.
Check out the days festivities below!
The month of May not only brings spring flowers, but new friendships for many of the students at Royalmont Academy as they visited area nursing homes. Students spent the afternoon visiting with those who live at the area facilities and were able to kindle new friendships. Take a closer look at their visit.