In The Classroom
admin May 10, 2017 No comments
"I am extremely excited and pleased to announce that we will be hosting a short speech and Q&A session with Donna Berber," ATA CEO Jack Newman said. "It's been a number of year's since we had Donna speak at ATA and you will not want to miss it."
admin April 14, 2017 No comments
Over Spring Break, Alejandro Rodriguez (another ATA College Prep Student) and I were fortunate enough to have a life-changing internship at Morgan Stanley in New York City. We were interning at the Morgan Stanley Wealth Management group called the Scotto-Sorenson Group.
admin March 20, 2017 No comments
"If you are the parent of a sophomore or junior who would like to play college tennis, or any high age student who is interested in learning more about how the college process works, please join us for an informational meeting," ATA CEO Jack Newman said.
admin March 12, 2017 No comments
"Tennis is a sport that will only take you so far, and if there is one thing I learned through the process, it's that it is not about all of the titles you win, but rather about the people you get to experience it all with. If I think back to my happiest moments, it isn't winning a Gold ball, it was getting to play with this amazing team," Abigail said.
admin January 18, 2017 No comments
The rain washed away any hope of hitting a ball this afternoon, but the Academy students and coaches were still hard at work in the fitness center. The coaches led the group through 1 hour of fitness, followed by two 30 minute presentations from ATA College Prep Psychology students Alejandro Rodriguez and Bailey Forgus. The assignment from CP Psychology teacher Jack Newman was to present an element of positive psychology to the group using a PowerPoint and a handout. "I thought both Alejandro and Bailey did an excellent job correlating the teachings we have learned ...
admin January 16, 2017 No comments
ATA College Prep alum and St. Edward’s University freshman Chase Bartlett wrapped up his first college semester maintaining his high academic standard, earning a 4.0 GPA and claiming a spot on the President’s Honor Roll through 7 classes on the Hilltop.