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LADY VOLS BASKETBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP T-SHIRT ORDER FORM
GRADUATION- CLASS OF 2013 FRIDAY, MAY 17 NEWELL GRISSOM BUILDING, MSU 7:00PM
2013 Yearbook $65- You may continue to turn in your order.
2013 Elementary Girls Basketball Camp Form
2013 Elementary Boys Basketball Camp Form
2013 FIELD DAY VOLUNTEERS
2013 FIELD DAY VOLUNTEERS
calendar for 2013-14 school year
Registration Tuition/Fees Info
Admission Procedures and Policies
Sample 2013-2014 Educational Contract
2012-2013 School Calendar
Starkville Academy 2013 Who's Who
Third Nine Weeks Exam Schedule
Active Parent Registration Form Active Parent Registration Instructions
Science Fair checklist 2012-2013
2013 YEARBOOK order form List of Yearbook Orders for 2013
School picture proofs- late orders should be dropped off at Mediagraphix studio on Lynn Lane
School store info-7:30-7:50am between A & B building Elementary SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST 2013-2014 http://www.edukitinc.com/page.asp?id=15&schoolid=1080
2012-13 Back to School forms
Prospective Patron Information Form
The mission of Starkville Academy is to provide quality educational programs in a Christian environment that will challenge students to excel academically, physically, socially, and spiritually.
Philosophy Starkville Academy was established to provide an excellent educational foundation for the students it serves. To this end the Academy is dedicated to finding and employing the best faculty and staff available to provide curriculum that will both stimulate and challenge students. The Academy seeks to provide and encourage a positive learning environment so that each student can strive to realize his/her full potential academically.
Accreditation and Affiliations Starkville Academy is fully accredited by the Mississippi Private School Association, the Southern Association of Independent Schools, and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Faculty With a total staff of approximately 65, the instructional component consists of 54 highly qualified professionals. These teachers, as a group, bring a broad perspective to the educational picture at Starkville Academy as a result of their diverse university backgrounds. Almost half hold advanced degrees, and all participate in opportunities for their continued professional growth and development.
Campus Facilities The Starkville Academy campus is comprised of 27 acres, conveniently located just off Highway 25 South on Academy Road in Starkville. With four major classroom buildings, a band hall, athletic complex, and transportation building, the campus is both attractive and efficient. These facilities also house the elementary and secondary computer labs with 25 computer stations each, science lab, automated libraries that include a 24 station research lab for elementary and secondary students, cafeteria, art, chorus, and K-6 resource rooms. Athletic fields, tennis courts, and playground areas are also on the campus.
Admissions Starkville Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnic origin, disability, or gender in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and other school-administered programs. Student applicants are given a standardized test and are interviewed by the principal prior to enrollment. Appointments may be made in the elementary or secondary offices.
Grading System A = 100-90; B = 89-80; C = 79-70; F = Below 70