CAHS Yearbook is 2019 Pacemaker Finalist

Classical Academy High School’s 2019 yearbook, “The Chronicle”, was recognized by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) and selected as a Pacemaker Finalist.  This is the NSPA’s pre-eiminent award for student journalists, who are honored to be selected as one of 50 finalists across the nation. Pacemaker finalists will be recognized in April at the Opening Ceremony of the Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. Congrats to the yearbook staff for this prestigious recognition!

How Sleep Apnea Can Impact Learning

Mouth breathing, snoring, a narrow palette, and restless sleeping can all be signs of sleep apnea. This can lead to low energy and the inability to focus and pay attention, which directly impacts learning. Dr. Christy Fortney of Hidden Valley Orthodontics explains the process for diagnosing and treating sleep apnea in children.

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Student Recognized by National Center for Women & Information Technology

Eleventh grade CAHS student, Kenna Chase, earned an National Honorable Mention from the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT). This organization honors women for their work in STEM with “Aspirations in Computing” Awards. Kenna Chase has received recognition for her inclusive work with challenged students and for her dedication to FIRST Robotics. Kenna joins a list of 400 of the best and brightest the US has to offer!

CAHS Student Wins Honorable Mention Award

CAHS sophomore, Raj Pabari, received the Honorable Mention award in the national PAYBACK Challenge Essay Contest. Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) hosted the contest with a goal of ensuring that all students leave high school with the skills needed to thrive in an increasingly complex financial world. Over 900 students from across the United States submitted essays after playing the college finance game, PAYBACK.  Raj was only one of two students from California to receive an Honorable Mention. Raj received a financial award from NGPF to be used for education.

New Student Open House This February!

New students who are interested in attending The Classical Academies are invited to an Open House at the campus of their choice this February. Meet the teachers, tour the campus, and learn more about TK-12, tuition-free, flexible program options. Rigorous academics, robust arts and science, and integrated character education instruction make The Classical Academy a great place to think, communicate, and achieve! For details, and to share the link with others, visit:

Commit To Classical Campaign Goal Reached!

The 2019 Year End Giving Campaign, Commit to Classical, raised $59,040 for students! With 181 donations we surpassed our goal by $9K, making it our best Year End Campaign thus far! Proceeds from the campaign will benefit students in the areas of academics, art, theater, science, and athletics. Thank you to those who supported the campaign and gave your time, talent, and treasure to our organization in 2019! 

We are incredibly grateful for your continued support and look forward to doing more great things for students in 2020!