The sky was the limit when members of ACA’s class of 2017 tossed their caps at the […]
By Alexis Pearson The Charter News This year, Jaime Norville and Natalie Disher are fencing at the […]
The small group of four students and four adults (from ACA and the Homeschool Science Group of OMSI) are set to depart by plane for Jamestown, Virginia on June 5th and return on the 12th.
Liam Hughes The Charter News In case you didn’t hear, ACA held a Red Cross Blood Drive on May […]
By Liam Hughes The Charter News Happy summer, and safe driving. Chances are that a good number of […]
On May 5-6th Alliance Charter Academy’s very own drama class put on a production of “Alice Threw the Looking Glass”.
Annie Pullella The Charter News This year, is the year of saying goodbye. Mr. Trevor Dyett left […]
By Alexis Pearson The Charter News ACA is requiring the 2017-18 and future freshman to take a new […]
Our very own Ann Paris has been selected for the Artist in Residence program in the Everglades. She […]
Alexis Pearson The ACA Charter News A number of ACA music department students competed in the OMEA […]
Liam Hughes The Charter News Following the 2016 elections, the only thing that people seemed to talk […]
By Louisa Rux May 22, 2017 They played a great lobby concert, heard an amazing performance by […]
Kassidy Young The Charter News Oregon colleges are now raising their college tuition for many students effective […]
Brandon Bean The Charter News “We can’t help everyone, but… everyone can help someone.” Dr. Loretta Scott […]
All high school students are allowed to attend, and it will be held on May 13th, from 7:30pm to 10:30pm in the ACA gym
Samantha Rands The Charter News If you missed this year’s batch, you may have another chance. […]
The gym was filled with teachers, families, and friends; all of them waiting to see the first through eighth grade Drama Club Jr class perform Alice in Wonderland.
Liam Hughes The Charter News Not all heroes wear capes… In fact, the most important heroes have […]
Vandalism can happen anywhere, so it is important for the community to be aware of what happens at ACA so we can help prevent future problems.
If it weren’t for the perennial efforts of the National Honor Society (NHS) and other volunteers, the ACA woods would be even more of an impenetrable tangle of invasive plants.
When a trespasser entered ACA last week, a team of administrators, staff, and students sprang to action.
Alexis Pearson The Charter News All is still. You hear birds chirping in the distance, gentle rainfall […]
Louisa Rux -The Charter News The eight students and teacher of the ACA Charter met at the Oregonian […]
Piper Stephens The Charter News Recently the Parent Action Team (PAT) has had a change in officer memberships. According […]
Samantha Rands The ACA Charter News Other schools have added more hours to make up for the […]
By Piper Stephens The Charter Loads of soil will soon be delivered to ACA for the community garden […]
Here at Alliance Charter Academy, there are 20 students involved in the National Honors Society (NHS). They’re all […]
Alexis Pearson […]
Brandon Bean We’ve all seen it out there, sad and all alone. It rusts quietly in the harsh, […]
On December 25, 2016, Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou, more commonly known by his professional name “George Michael” was found […]
By Liam Hughes The Charter News Some ACA students called it stupid, the staff called it an […]
Anna Krieske The Charter News No, that isn’t a typo. ACA’s drama club is doing a production […]
By Louisa Rux ACA Charter News Nov. 21, 2016 — Trump once again wins, but this time by […]
The Charter NewsSanta Grams are presents you can order and have delivered to your friends and teachers in class.
A small group of ACA students will soon be departing to Japan for a nine to eleven day educational trip.
Water. We all drink it. Alliance Charter Academy’s water was deemed safe, but what happens when drinking water in schools is labeled unsafe?
Here at Alliance Charter Academy, there are 20 students involved in the National Honors Society (NHS). They’re all working together to make our school and community a better place.
Unfriended or An Ember in the Ashes; These two, are a book from Julie’s high school team and Diana’s middle school team OBOB book list. 2015’s team went to state and they all were 8th graders so they brought their “experience” to the high school team.
I’m sure by now everyone has heard stories about the clown craze across the nation. People dressed as clowns have been popping up all over the country.
Despite his website’s claim of “many miles of riding his bike with no hands,” Mr. Noah Beck broke his knee-cap last month while taking a phone call while biking.
ACA–She can teach college math, high school math, and be an administrative assistant. Of course, as you may have guessed, this story is about ACA’s new math teacher, Mrs. Debbie Whittet.
Chromebooks, blinds, and assemblies: All of these things have one thing in common. The money required to run these events and obtain needed supplies is gained by fundraising.
“My Shot” from Hamilton, “Ease On Down the Road” from The Wiz, these are songs students and staff hear 9:00 every Wednesday morning as they walk past the ACA gym.
By Brandon Bean The Charter News You all have heard about demonstrations for equal rights in your history […]