Ware Academy Commemorates September 11, 2001

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    Ware Academy students and faculty assembled at the school’s flagpoles where honored faculty members who served our country raised the American and Freedom Flags in memory of all the lives lost on this tragic day seventeen years ago. The entire school recited the Pledge of Allegiance, had a moment of silence and sang […]

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Ware Welcomes New Members to Its Family

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        Gloucester, VA-  Ware Academy is pleased to announce the addition of six new staff members.  Ms. Haley Beatley will be Ware Academy’s new Athletic Director and Physical Education Teacher.  Miss Beatley earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with a concentration in movement education from Radford University.  Her educational background as […]

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Ware Announces Exciting New Programs

Ware Academy is excited to announce new programs for the upcoming school year.   Students in kindergarten through eighth grade will be participating in a collaborative Global Competency Program. Global Competence is developed when students are given opportunities to investigate the world, recognize and weigh perspectives, take action and communicate ideas. This understanding of the interdependence […]

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Ware Alumnus Receives the Washington College Leadership and Community Service Award

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          Quinn Glovier, Ware Academy Class of 2015, recently earned the Washington College Leadership and Community Service Award and a $7500 scholarship.  Quinn was selected for this prestigious award based on her tremendous work ethic inside and outside the classroom.  She is a rising senior at Cape Henry Collegiate, peer tutor, […]

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Ware Explores the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

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    Ware Academy eighth grade students complete an in-depth study of the Chesapeake Bay during their eighth grade year.  As a culminating activity, students took a week- long journey through the Bay’s watershed.  The trip took the class to the northernmost reaches of the watershed to the head waters of the Susquehanna River. This […]

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Ware Artwork Comes to Life

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      Ware Academy hosted representatives from Newport News Shipbuilding on May 16, 2018 arranged by Ware parent, Scott Dye, the General Foreman of Steel Fabrication at the Shipyard.  Members of the team shared how Integrated Digital Shipbuilding (IDS) has transformed their industry.  “It allows for enhanced performance and empowers the workforce by providing […]

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Ware Academy Visits the Terracotta Army

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Ware Academy’s Upper School students traveled to Richmond to visit the Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China exhibit at the Virginia Museum of fine Arts. Ancient China and the first emperor are an area of study at Ware Academy incorporating language, history, math, science and the arts bringing to life one of […]

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Ware Academy Wins the ISAC Tournament

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Ware Academy’s Varsity Boys defeated Aylett Country Day School in a highly contested game on Thursday evening at Christ Church School. The Waves were evenly matched throughout the game until the last quarter of play resulting in the defeat of the Patriots 37-26. The team was led both offensively and defensively by eighth graders, Pierce […]

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Waves Defeat the Ospreys

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Ware Academy finishes its home games with two victories. On Wednesday, January 31, the Waves defeated rival Chesapeake Academy with a 39-10 win. Eighth graders, Pierce Lambert and Kobey Taylor led the scoring. The awesome defense of eighth grader, Josh Ward, seventh graders, Alex Milligan and Colton Bonniville, and sixth graders Colin Payne, Will Mattox […]

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Lady Waves Continue to Battle

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Ware Academy’s Varsity Girls Basketball continued to battle for a win its last two home games of the season. The girls, led by eighth grader Taylor Berry, lost against Chesapeake Academy in the last few seconds of the game by one point. Seventh grader, Alicia Dunn and sixth graders, Macee Dubois, Grace Sinko VanLiew and […]

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