Cologne Academy

Cologne Academy’s Knowledge Bowl Team finished in 4th place at the Metro Knowledge Bowl Finals held in Edina on Thursday, Feb. 6. Members of the winning team include Kathryn Jans (gr. 6) of St. Bonifacius, Mitchell Jans (gr. 8) of St. Bonifacius, Jacob Mapstone (gr. 7) of Chaska, Lauren Pelletier (gr. 8) of Norwood Young [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Whether it was effects of containers on sound, static electricity, the aerodynamics of different shapes or the effect of music on horror video game experiences, Cologne Academy students were able to explore their scientific passions. About 120 students took part in the 5th annual Middle School Science Fair last Thursday, [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times As enrollment at Cologne Academy continues to grow, the need for expanded facilities is growing as well. Cologne Council members heard about those needs and a two-phase project at their regular meeting on Jan. 6. Cologne Academy Executive Director Lynn Gluck Peterson and John Rask of Hans Hagen Homes presented [...]

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Lynn Gluck Peterson, the principal of Cologne Academy, jumped into the shark tank at the SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium at Mall of America last week as part of Give to the Max Day on Thursday, Nov. 15. Give to the Max Day is a statewide effort to inspire collective philanthropy to charities and schools in [...]

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Charities and schools — including St. Joseph Catholic School in Waconia and Cologne Academy — will again rally the state’s collective philanthropic spirit on Thursday, Nov. 14 for the 5th annual Give to the Max Day 2013 through GiveMN.org. With an emphasis on mobile giving and a new incentive structure, organizers are helping donors make [...]

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Students at Cologne Academy will be playing with fire in school this year when they create original works of art with clay and are able to glaze and fire the creations in the school’s kiln. This “Kids and Clay” program was made possible by a $2,000 grant from the Target Corporation. The school will use [...]

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