Student Life & Athletics

Discover Your Passion!

Our Student Life & Athletic programs are part of our curriculum, giving our students the opportunity to explore their passions and experience new activities during after school and off campus activities. We offer competitive and non-competitive sports, performing arts groups and ensembles, Destination Imagination, Model United Nations, Knowledge Bowl, MathCounts, student government, newspaper, Community Service, Internships, Summer Camps and much more to help prepare students to enjoy discovering their talents and be successful in life. These activities help form skills for life in the area of leadership, sportsmanship, and citizenship. It is our goal as a school to offer quality opportunities for students to engage in a variety of activities to foster their desire to learn about and from a variety of disciplines.
The success of our program is dependent upon the creativity, expertise, and dedication of our educators, coaches, parents, and students.

Latest News

The Hive

Fall is upon us and the plants aren’t the only things undergoing change. As our first trimester of garden club comes to a close, we are left with wonderful memories and budding sprouts. Over the past three months, our little gardeners have been busy as bees, investigating weeds and soil composition, analyzing differences between organic and inorganic produce, exploring the world of succulents and putting their study to use by preparing for our upcoming sale. While we are sad to say goodbye, we couldn’t be more proud of their accomplishments this trimester. 


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We also want to give a big shout out to all of the staff and students who supported our recent sale, either by donating baked goods or eating them! The funds raised will be put to good use in the coming months. November holds some beautiful seeds in store; keep your eyes peeled on campus as they start to sprout soon.

Student Athlete Spotlight: Alfredo Figueroa

On October 13th, our swimming team participated in the Manatí Open Water competition that took place in Laguna del Pino, Santa Rosa.

Our student Alfredo Figueroa won first place in the distance category for 4.5 km.

 Go Hornets! 

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AASCA Track & Field is coming up!

Our Hornets will be competing in the AASCA Track & Field tournament that will take place in Escuela Internacional Sampedrana in San Pedro Sula, honduras from November 20-24.

Make sure you follow CAG's social media accounts and don't miss the results!