Continuing a tradition begun at An Achievable Dream Middle and High School, classrooms and spaces at Seatack Elementary / An Achievable Dream Academy are named for character traits such as citizenship, hope, respect and responsibility. Classroom sponsors joined members of An Achievable Dream’s Virginia Beach Board of Directors on February 17 to dedicate classrooms and… Read more »
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Article by Jane Hammond in the Daily Press, December 10, 2015. Michael Banks grew up across the street from what is now the newly christened Walter S. Segaloff Campus of An Achievable Dream Middle and High School. The campus and Founder’s Hope Wall in the entryway to the school were dedicated Wednesday morning to Segaloff,… Read more »
From the Daily Press, November 22, 2015 Around 800 people supported the cause of An Achievable Dream at the corporation’s 23rd annual Tennis Ball fundraiser Saturday night at the Hampton Roads Convention Center. Sponsors, donors and community members wined, dined and bid on auction items ranging from hotel packages to cars at the Hampton Roads… Read more »
From the Daily Press, November 21, 2015 The vision remains unchanged at An Achievable Dream Academy since the death of founder Walter Segaloff in August 2013. Students still get their uniforms checked by soldiers from Fort Eustis, recite banners that say things such as “I can go to college if I work hard” and are… Read more »
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Newport News, VA, August 5, 2015 – An Achievable Dream (AAD) announces the appointment of six new members to its Newport News Boards of Directors. In partnership with Newport News Public Schools, AAD operates An Achievable Dream Academy (K – 5th grade) and An Achievable Dream Middle and High School (6th – 12th grade). “We… Read more »
Catch up on the latest news from An Achievable Dream. Click here to read the Summer 2015 Achievements newsletter. To join our mailing list for Achievements and event invitations, send your information via email to information@AchievableDream.org. To receive the Power of the Dream, a monthly email newsletter, complete the form under Stay Connected on our website homepage.
On Saturday, May 30, nearly 300 guests attended the first annual An Evening of Dreams, a cocktail party benefiting An Achievable Dream Virginia Beach, held at The Sandler Center for the Performing Arts. The evening was filled with great music, delicious food and cocktails, games and a few surprises. WTKR Anchors Barbara Ciara and Blaine… Read more »
An Achievable Dream’s Class of 2015 received their diplomas to rousing cheers of family and friends during a ceremony at CNU’s Ferguson Center for the Arts on Thursday, June 4. All members of the class, most of whom have been together since early elementary school, are going on to college, a trade school or the… Read more »
Seatack Elementary, An Achievable Dream Academy was given a “Virginia Beach Best All Around” Award from the Virginia Beach Youth Opportunities Office and Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation during the 37th Annual Virginia Beach’s Best All Around Awards ceremony on Saturday, May 2, 2015. The awards were presented by Mayor Will Sessoms and keynote speaker,… Read more »
During Give Local 757, a 24-hour fundraising event held May 5-6, 2015, An Achievable Dream raised more than $6,000 from 77 Donors; ranking #12 out of 160+ participating nonprofits. Held in conjunction with Give Local America and sponsored by the Peninsula, Suffolk and Southeast Virginia Community Foundations, the event encouraged online donations through the GiveLocal757.org website to… Read more »
An Achievable Dream is partnering with the Peninsula Community Foundation on Give Local 757, an exciting fundraising event where “everyone can be a philanthropist.” For 24 hours, beginning Tuesday, May 5th at noon online donations may be made to An Achievable Dream through the GiveLocal757.org website. Donations may also be made in person at any Langley… Read more »
Presentations by community leaders during the Morning Programs at An Achievable Dream Academy and An Achievable Dream Middle and High School enhance student experience and our character development program. A variety of topics are discussed, from careers to education, current events, healthy living and sports, among others. Middle school students are also getting involved, forming teams… Read more »
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Smithfield Foods was named the sponsor of An Achievable Dream’s Class of 2015 during the 22nd Annual Tennis Ball, held on November 15, 2014 at the Hampton Roads Convention Center. The announcement followed a rousing standing ovation as the senior class entered the ballroom dressed in graduation caps and gowns to the music of Pomp… Read more »
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Please note: An Achievable Dream Middle and High School is closed today, Tuesday, September 9, due to flooding.Students will be returned to their bus stops when possible. Students whose bus stops cannot be reached due to road conditions will be taken to Heritage High School for the remainder of the day. The Academy IS OPEN… Read more »
Students lined up in front of Seatack Elementary in Virginia Beach early on July 21, eager to shake hands with teachers and administrators. Shaking hands with teachers, administrators and military personnel from NAS Oceana will be a part of students’ new daily routine. Read full article from Inside Business here.
Seatack Elementary, An Achievable Dream Academy opened on Monday, July 21 in Virginia Beach for Summer Intersession. Students were met by teachers and administrators for the daily handshake before proceeding to their new classrooms. During the two week orientation program, students will learn about the Morning Program and will begin social rotation classes. “We had a wonderful first… Read more »
An Achievable Dream Academy’s En Pointe Dancers were named National Champions in Myrtle Beach, SC during the weekend of July 12-13, 2014. The troupe competed against 36 other elementary age dance groups from around the country. Their performance of “Wade in the Water” earned a High Platinum score and 1st Place finish for their performance as well… Read more »
A golf tournament hosted by Noah Enterprises, Inc., and benefiting An Achievable Dream, was held on Thursday, July 10 at Heron Ridge Golf Club. Over 120 golfers participated in the event, which ended early due to severe thunderstorms in the area.
In Newport News for the dedication of his latest public works sculpture, Ed Hamilton visited with students at An Achievable Dream Middle and High School on Friday, May 16, 2014. Hamilton heard about An Achievable Dream and wanted to share his story with the students, encouraging them to pursue their dreams no matter how large. He… Read more »