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Alumni News


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Things Have Changed: If you haven’t had the opportunity to visit Bulloch Academy in the last 10 years or so, you might not know the place. Below are just a few of the changes that have taken place.

· New upper-school, middle-school science laboratory

· New upper-school technology lab

· New lower-school technology lab

· Classrooms dedicated to art and music education

· Six-classroom kindergarten building

· New kindergarten , elementary playgrounds

· New softball, JV baseball field

· New media center

· Cafeteria/kitchen expansion with new stage

· Computers in every classroom

· New computers in lower-and-middle school technology lab

· New entrance/exit to campus

· Canopies and walkways that connect the schools and the gymnasium

· Beautifully landscapped courtyard between the upper and lower schools

· New six-goal gymnasium with hardwood floor

· Athletic Fieldhouse and weightroom

· Concession stand/cook house for football/soccer/track complex

· Construction of a new softball/JV baseball field

· Refurbished football/soccer/track complex

· Refurbished baseball complex

– Wrestling, Cheerleading Facility

Over 550 students attend the Academy in grades K4 through 12.

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Commemorate your place in BA’s History: Bulloch Academy is offering alumni and alumni parents the opportunity to commemorate their place in the school’s history.

Engraved paving stones are being offered as a way to permanently memorialize their support of the school. The granite stones are one-foot square with either two-inch or one-inch engraving, which is outlined in green. Over 70 stones were ordered and lain down around the flag pole in the school’s courtyard.

For two-inch tall letters, there are three lines of text with a maximum of eight characters and spaces per line. For one-inch tall letters, there are four lines of text with a maximum of 15 characters and spaces per line. The cost for each stone is $125.