This year, Foundation Academy proudly celebrates its 60th anniversary. What began as a kindergarten program back in 1958 has grown into a two-campus, preschool through 12th grade, private Christian school in Winter Garden. This year, the school is not only commemorating its impressive history, but also its promising future, with plans to expand and continue its legacy as a foundation for academic excellence.
The Bay Hill Women’s Golf Association nine-holers club celebrates the holidays with a scramble and luncheon.
Bay Hill Village resident Nancy Nagy and Chip, a champion Kerry blue terrier, participate in the American Kennel Club National Championship Dog Show’s Meet the Breed booth.
From losing weight to looking younger to feeling fit, there are many reasons people set goals for the new year. Keeping resolutions can be a daunting task; however, Southwest Orlando Bulletin’s annual New Year, New You section provides a plethora of advice from local experts to help readers achieve and maintain their goals.
Windermere High School’s varsity competition cheerleading team placed first in its division at the Master’s Cheer Classic last month. The girls also took third place overall.
Windermere Preparatory School’s Wounded Warrior Club held a “Dress Down Day” on Veterans Day. They were able to raise $3,200 through the event. All proceeds were donated to Home At Last, a local nonprofit that builds mortgage-free homes for deserving disabled veterans.
Putting the hustle and bustle of the holidays aside, students at Holy Family Catholic School demonstrated the true meaning of Christmas this holiday season. Children in pre-K3 through eighth grade had their moments to shine in various holiday programs performed for their classmates and families.
Girl Scout Troop 18 participated in the Ocoee Christmas Parade. The girls decorated a golf cart with holiday decorations that some rode in while others walked. They won third place in the parade under the Scouting category.