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Iron Family Spotlights Blog

In the world today, high schoolers being raised as leaders is unheard of; but at Iron Academy, it is common practice. I have been going to Iron for six going on seven years and I have been learning aspects of leadership since day one.

The position of school leader is a crucial part of the IA culture. I’ve never seen a transition of authority that is this supportive. When I took the mantle up from the previous school leader, Stone, he was extremely helpful and always there when I needed advice on any issue.

August Newsletter 2020

July 31, 2020

Opening Conditions: As outlined in the detailed email we sent out to families, we will be starting our school year under Condition 2. Trust that we are doing everything we can to make this school year as successful as possible. Our circumstances have changed, but our commitment to your families has not.

Mr. John Mata

July 22, 2020

Iron Academy is pleased to announce our newest staff member, John Mata. Mr. Mata's primary responsibility will be teaching Spanish classes for 9th through 12th grades. In addition, he will be instrumental in working with 8th and 9th graders on owning outcomes. He will also step in as a staff leader during extracurricular trips and hopes to head up future international trips.

Caedmon Collier

April 17, 2020

Caedmon Collier is one of those students through whom an example can be made in which diligence and determination can determine a student’s academic success.

Josiah Thompson

December 19, 2019

It’s been a joy to watch Josiah grow as a young man and fulfill his potential as a young Iron Academy student. He has taken what it means to be an Iron Academy scholar and has gone above and beyond in all of his assignments, demonstrating a vibrant creativity that is both astounding in its exuberance and limitless in its possibilities.

Keyoni Janovitch

May 6, 2019

Keyoni is finishing up his 6th grade year at Iron Academy. Iron has inspired him to be the young man that God has designed him to be. He has become bolder in his walk, and more confidant knowing that his identity is in Christ. Keyoni has really become a leader and has earned the honor of being a challenge coin recipient. Shortly after receiving his coin he was nominated, and then chosen to be a middle school tribe leader.

Connor Wright

April 29, 2019

Connor is finishing his 6th grade year at Iron. He has fully embraced the journey of becoming a scholarly gentleman and is proud to hold a challenge coin.

Elijah Lapinskes

April 15, 2019

Elijah Lapinskes is a seventh grader in his second year at Iron Academy.  He followed his older brother Ben here after being in the public school system.  Elijah  has enjoyed getting to learn the Iron way of life first hand.  After earning his challenge coin, he has gone on to serve in various roles at the school.  He has served as a tribe leader for Josheb, but also enjoys being a team member in other settings.

Stone Kiker

February 2, 2016

Stone is a truly versatile young man who is as comfortable in the ballet world as he is hunting in the forest.  This year he was invited to be in the Field of Dreams Performing Arts Conservatory (FODPAC) Poiemartistry Tap and Contemporary Dance Company as well as in the Poemartistry theater group.

Eden Ondachi

December 14, 2015

Eden is a tenth grader at Iron Academy. His favorite subject is Math because he enjoys problem-solving. He confesses that the pleasant learning environment at Iron has helped him do better in all the subjects.