Happy summer from Salisbury Academy! In a fun, year-end tradition, the last full day of school was SA Field Day. 3K, JK, and K students enjoyed a water day, grades 1-8 rotated through outdoor stations, and Upper School students helped lead activities.

Admission News and Notes: June 2024

Director of Admission Allison Doby was honored for her five years of service to Salisbury Academy at the end of the 2023-24 school year.

Salisbury Academy finished our school year last week and is saying hello to summer! Summer at Salisbury Academy is filled with delightful summer programming for rising JK-8 and, for our Upper School students, engaging internships and summer experiences.

Looking ahead to 2024-25, spaces are available! Applications are live online.

Over the summer, I invite you to schedule a tour or contact me via email to learn more about our dynamic school community. Click here for information on tuition affordability. I look forward to hearing from you!

Allison Doby, Director of Admission

Learning and Community Highlights

Celebrating SA's first full year of the new 3K program

As another school year comes to a close, Salisbury Academy celebrates the first full year of our 3K program! In the above video, hear from SA's students and teachers about what they love most about 3K at SA, where children develop healthful routines and loving relationships while using their innate curiosity as a springboard for learning and growth. Read more in the Salisbury Post

Upper School spring trip and college visit

For their spring trip 2024, SA Upper School students took to the mountains! Students stayed in the Natahala Outdoor Center where they experienced whitewater rafting, high ropes, zip-lining, and ducky kayaking. On their way to their adventure destination, students toured Western Carolina University as one of their multiple college visits of the school year.

Fourth grade holds Time Machine event

Fourth grade students traveled back in time as a host of fascinating, historical figures in their annual Time Machine event! From explorers, to astronauts, to authors, scientists, and more, students dressed and presented as historical figures who have captured their curiosity and imaginations. Pictured here, a fourth grade student presents as Sacagawea to younger peers.

School production of Winnie-the-Pooh in partnership with Lee Street theatre

Salisbury Academy partnered this spring with Lee Street theatre and director Jenny Hubbard in a school production of Hubbard's original adaptation of Winnie-the-Pooh. SA students in grades 3-12 made up the cast. The play featured choreography by Winnie Mikkelson, original music written and performed by SA Upper School student Luke Bardinas, and creative work on music, props, set, and costumes by Upper School students.

Read more about the SA school play in the Salisbury Post

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