Altamont Academy News · Seniors, please head on over to Altamont University and apply if you plan on attending, otherwise, comment here to let us know what your plans are. (If you are staying or going) · All other students, now is the perfect time to cross- contaminate by bringing a student to either AU or AO. Please remember to advertise our communities to others. New blood is always refreshing! · We will be updating and changing quite a few things for the summer. Please refer to the previous altamont board post to sign up for summer offerings. Fall Registration and such will happen at a later date!
Chad Lucas and Hilarie Taylor Wake up to the Chad and Hilarie Morning Show to get the latest Altamont news and announcements. Always live, the duo keep you entertained with their quirky commentary and fun music. Tune in Monday through Friday 7am-8:30am
Anna Cooper Anna entertains the school with All Things Europe where she plays the best music from across the pond. Catch her during lunch, 12pm-1pm.
Bryan Green and Chad Lucas Listen to the Sports Report with Bryan and Chad to hear the latest in Altamont Sports. 9:30am-10am.
Rupert O'Hare Hear the hip-hop sounds as spun by Rupert O'Hare 6pm-7pm.
Bonnie O'Hare Bonnie O'Hare's Rock for the Air comes rolling your way 7pm-8pm.
Ryan Moore Ryan brings you the best in soundtracks of yesterday and today!. 8pm-9pm.
Daniel Jobs All music and no talk, tune in for Dan's Punk and Funk Hour. 9pm-10pm.
Dani Jenkins and Hilarie Taylor Dani and Hilarie put you sleep with their Altamont nightly wrap-up Dani and Hilarie's Bedtime Stories. 9pm-10pm.
Aaron Endsley and Summer James Aaron and Summer bring you the best tunes to dance to and their insights on all the dance shows on TV. 2pm-3:15pm.
Altamont University Spring Session is about to end. Registration for the 2008 summer semester year has begun. Have your kids join today!: altamont_u
AU Summer School Program A reminder for all students to head on over to aucourses to register for SUMMER '08 classes, as well as au_handbook to reapply for clubs, sports, major/minors etc..
Summer School Session Dates: May 16- June 30 : First six week summer session July 1- August 11: Second six week session
Sports Youth Camps Our annual athlete youth summer camps sessions are about to go underway. It is mandatory that each athlete signs up for their sports, so that you can make the appropriate adjustments needed to your schedules. If you have a problem, please speak to your coaching staff(or comment here), and we will do our best to work with you.
Our Goal: Each Player should.. Improve technically Improve tactically Have a greater appreciation for the game Have an enjoyable experience Learn new skills Play in a safe learning environment
SOCCER CAMP: ** Extra- AA Soccer Camp: Full Day 8:00 - 2:00 $210 per player Half Day 8:00 - 11:00 $110 per player
Session 1 June 9-13 Session 2 June 16-20 Session 3 June 23-27
Session 1 June 16-20 Session 2 June 23-27 Session 3 June 30-July 3
VOLLEYBALL Session 1 (Middle School) July 21-25 Session 2 (Individual) July 26-28 Session 3 (Individual) July 28-30 Session 4 (Team) July 30-August 1
BASEBALL Session 1 (ages 6-12) June 9-12 Session 2 (ages 6-12) June 16-19 Session 3 (ages 13-16) June 23-26
WOMEN's LACROSSE June 9-11, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The WPAK DJ's!
Aaliyah Beckham Aaliyah 'Liyah' Beckham is your hot like fiyah DJ giving you ample amounts of hip-hop and r&b primetime. Find out campus events as well as what's going down in the hip-hop world of entertainment. Get news on all step-shows, AU Greek events or parties, and of course. Liyah keeps you entertained during your drive home, Monday through Friday 3pm-6pm
Sophia Sophia wakes you up in the morning with a lineup of flashback pop. You can call in your requests, listen to hear if there are any surprise guests, as well as hear the latest news within the entertainment world. Wake up with Sophia every Monday through Friday morning, 5am-9am.
BC Beyonce Carter tucks you in late nights with her lineup of r&b slowjams, new and old. You can call in dedications to your signifigant others as well as hear poetry from some of the local spoken word acts here in Altamont-land. Go to bed with Beyonce every Monday through Thursday nights, 11pm-2am.
B-Rok&Gotti Joey Gotti and Brians Spears keep you laughing at night with their lineup of hip-hop, rock, and everything in between. Listen in to hear them make prank calls to faculty on the Altamont U campus and even more! Monday through Thursday 6pm-10pm.
Lily Chandler Lily Chandler is bringing her fun and energetic personality to your airwaves every Tues and Thurs, (3-5pm) and Friday, Saturday nights from 7-9pm with her 80's lineup.
Summer Daniels Summer brings us her eclectic taste in music from abroad to spicen up our lives. Check Summer out Wed- Sat (6-7pm) and Sundays (9-11pm). Ooh la la! WPAK Radio is holding auditions for AU students interested in hosting their own primetime slot on WPAK. Students must be serious as well as come prepared with a format that will fit with the WPAK line-up already being broadcast. 3 SPOTS remain open in WPAK lineup! [PM or comment aa_dean_maya
Altamont Company May 24th- Acting Spring Production May 25th- Art and Music Spring Production at Bob Carr Center
Altamont Orlando News&Events
Control Friday, May 23 at 11:30 pm (Also on 5/24 at 11:30 pm ) This film by Anton Corbijn tells the story of Ian Curtis and Joy Division Enzian Theater
Cult Classics Tuesday, May 27 at 9:30 pm A screening of the film The Road Warrior Enzian Theater
Duel of Fools Thursdays at 8 pm, Fridays at 8 pm and Saturdays at 8 pm Comics battle in an improv comedy competition SAK Comedy Lab
Lab Rats Tuesdays at 9 pm SAK University improv graduates test their talents in their own show SAK Comedy Lab
Events OASIS 21 Friday, May 23 at Noon-11 pm (Also on 5/24 at 9 am-midnight and 5/25 at 9 am-4 pm ) Science fiction convention includes an art show, dealers' room, filking (sci-fi-based folk singing), chili cook-off, costume contest and more Sheraton Orlando Downtown Hotel
Orlando Carnival 2008 Friday, May 23 at Noon-10 pm (Also on 5/24 and 5/25 at Noon-10 pm ) Orlando Carnival 2008 Caribbean-style “Mardi Gras” consists of live shows, steel band music, DJs, calypso, ethnic foods and a street parade Orlando Sports Complex
Memorial Day Beer and Barbecue Sunday, May 25 at Noon-3 pm The market offers up samples of its beers, meats and vegetables with live music in honor of the holiday Whole Foods Market
2008 Orlando International Fringe Festival Ends Monday, May 26 17th annual festival of theater, art, music and more. See the full show schedule at orlandofringe.org; through May 26 Loch Haven Park
High School Musical On Stage Sundays at 2 pm, Fridays at 7:30 pm and Saturdays at 7:30 pm Opens Friday, May 23 Ends Sunday, June 1 The Disney hit about six teenagers vying for the lead roles in a school production; through June 1 Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Sundays at 2 pm, Fridays at 7 pm, Saturdays at 2 pm and 7 pm Ends Sunday, May 25 Orlando Repertory Theatre presents Joseph Robinette's stage adaptation of the book about a magical world, Narnia; through May 25 Orlando Repertory Theatre
Club Element College Night Mondays and Wednesdays 10pm
The Blue Note Tuesday- R&B Night Wednesday- Neo Soul Night Thursday- Jazz&Blues Night Friday- Singer&Songwriter Night Saturday- Party Night w/DJ Sunday- Gospel Brunch and Open Mic Night
Natasha Bedingfield, The Veronicas, Kate Voegele Friday, May 23 at 7 pm House of Blues
Pennywise, Strung Out, Authority Zero, Guajiro Saturday, May 24 at 6:30 pm House of Blues
Menudo, NLT, V-Factory, GLOWB Monday, May 26 at 6:30 pm House of Blues
Altamont Orlando Info aa_orlando is the only community in which ALL members of Altamont communities can past information through. If you're friendly and would like to make and expand to new friendships, or are throwing a party and would like to extend the invitation out to both communities, feel free to post here.
LOCAL AA BUSINESS ADS
Lifestyle Creations, Orlando's premiere designing service is looking for an intern to join their team. The position will provide you with valuable hands-on experience with room for growth within the company. For further details, please contact Geri Deschanel at geri plans it
(If you'd like to place an ad or an upcoming promotion, please pm the dean)
(If you'd like to ad your business, please comment the above link)
(If you would like to place an AD(birthday, business, or shououts) for your character, please comment this post and it will be placed in the next issue)
Who are the members of aa_orlando? - Students and Faculty CURRENTLY at BOTH establishments
- Students and Faculty who HAVE LEFT [dropped out of school, graduated] either establishments and want to stick around the city or via an alumni forum!
- Friends and Family of the students in either establishments. These people MUST STATE in their applications which student storyline they'd be a part of. The only way for you to get a character to come in for your sl is to RECOMMEND a s.l by commenting the Taken or Wanted list for in Dean Martin's journal. Once someone picks up your s.l., you'll be pmed by that person and it is up to YOU to approve of this person. Once you've approved, the character will be added to AO and then it is up to you and them to get friended by people.
-If you'd like to friend a member of either Altamont schools outside of your own school, you MUST friend them on your own. I.E. Students at AA wanting to talk to students at AU will have to individually add those members to their friends page. The friends add tool box is only for your own particular school.
Important Community Wide Information Please check routinely for updates!