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Jam Obias’ journey to becoming a Weimar Academy teacher started when she was just seven years old. Recalling her childhood, Jam explains, “I grew up in the Philippines, with my mother, father and twin brother. We lived a very secure and stable life; my family was great! My father stayed at home and took care...
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By Joshua Li, a senior at Weimar Academy Have you stayed at a hotel for just one night? You check in, get settled, and decide that you want a nice relaxing shower. Fortunately, you don’t need to dig through your bags because the hotel has provided complimentary toiletries! The next morning, you gather your belongings...
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Weimar Institute is pleased to announce that Kirk Krueger will be Weimar Academy’s principal this next school year, starting June 30. Kirk comes from a family whose lives were dedicated to teaching and lead out in four academies across the United States. Krueger holds bachelor degrees in Biology and Business, and also has an associate...
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Abigail Eagan, lovingly called “Miss Abby” by her students, certainly isn’t a stranger at Weimar Academy. As an assistant girls’ dean at Weimar Academy for two years ago, Eagan had been prayerfully trying to figure out what the Lord wanted to do with her life. She knew she loved both music and kids. However, there’s...
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Isaak Everett Brunkow, the second child of Douglas and Kristine Brunkow, was born September 4th, 2000. For the first few months of his life, he was so chubby, and cuddly, and cute, his mother couldn’t bear to put clothes on him! From the very start, he became very attached to his sister one and a...
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