Lovely Edwards, CBA Diversity Committee Leader and MS Para-Professional, recently attended the National Association of Independent School's People of Color Conference.
The conference is the flagship of the National Association of Independent Schools' (NAIS) commitment to equity and justice in teaching and learning. The mission of the conference is to provide safe space for leadership, professional development and networking for people of color and allies of all backgrounds in independent... Read More
Chesapeake Bay Academy is pleased to announce that Dominion Energy, through its philanthropic arm, the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation, has awarded CBA a grant of $4,500 in support of their new project, Preparing the Next Generation of Environmental Stewards. The grant is part of Dominion Energy’s commitment to environmental organizations and communities across the country. This year Dominion Energy is awarding $1 million in grants to nearly 130 organizations in 12 states to help improve... Read More
William W. King
Board TrusteeCongratulations to William W. King, Board Trustee, for being selected as this year’s “Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser” by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Hampton Roads Chapter.
Mr. King is well known throughout the community for his volunteerism as he dedicates himself tirelessly to several area non-profits. He has served on the Board of Trustees of Chesapeake Bay Academy for 22 years, is Chairman of the Advancement Committee, and Co-Chair of... Read More
Congratulations to Ms. April Suratos, middle school teacher, for being selected as Chesapeake Bay Academy's "Teacher of the Year" by Dr. Jankowski.
Each year, Regent University and the School of Education honor local teachers by hosting Salute to Teachers. The area's top public and private school educators were recognized during the 19th annual event held on Friday, November 3 at The Founders Inn and Spa in Virginia Beach.
Ms. Suratos was selected based on her demonstrated expertise in... Read More
Middle school students at CBA are participating in the Kindness Rock Project (link is external), a national art project created to spread inspiration and a moment of kindness for unsuspecting recipients through random inspirational rocks.
Mrs. Margaret Meyers, middle school director, Ms. LaTonya Hughes, PE teacher, and Ms. Heather Morgan, art teacher are leading the project as part of the division's mindfulness curriculum. Heartfulness is one of the practices of mindfulness and promotes... Read More
CBA is proud to announce that Dr. Jankowski has been named to the City of Virginia Beach Strategic Planning Team focused on the future of education.
As part of the city's strategic planning process, ten teams have been established, each aligning with a specific goal of the City Council. Dr. Jankowski will serve on the team charged with ensuring a truly world-class education for all students in Virginia Beach.
Serving as head of school at the only independent, K-12 school in Southeastern... Read More
CBA is proud to announce a new research partnership with Old Dominion University and Eastern Virginia Medical School. Next year two studies, both involving the use of technology to facilitate student choice and classroom engagement, will be carried out in the lower school.
The studies have been designed by doctoral candidates in the School of Communication Disorders and Special Education at ODU. CBA Trustees, Dr. Linda Miller-Dunleavy, Senior Lecturer in the Darden School of Education, and Dr... Read More
Back row from left: Tanner Brian Stone, William McLaurin Watson, Jacob Kyle Dudek, Garrett Seth Ferrebee, Robert John Inglesby, Michael Brian Romano, Jr. Front row from left: Kyle Archambeau, Alexander Tallent Burleson, Andrew Richard Bowers, Kieran Tyler Wrightstone
University & College Acceptances
Elizabeth State University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Old Dominion University
Tidewater Community College
Virginia Wesleyan College
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Chesapeake Bay Academy is proud to have been selected as a 2017-2018 "School of Excellence" by the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET).
As the highest level of recognition a private special education school can achieve through the professional association, this honor is presented to private special education schools that meet rigorous professional criteria and have demonstrated truly exceptional dedication, commitment and achievement in the field of special education.... Read More
Math anxiety is very real for a lot of students. “I’m bad at math,” is a common refrain heard by Eva Seijo, upper school math teacher at Chesapeake Bay Academy. When math is presented as a conceptual exercise, it’s often difficult to grasp. But at CBA we teach math differently.
Ms. Seijo focuses on providing practical applications with her math students. Using experiential learning opportunities like simulations, sports scenarios, and games, Ms. Seijo turns her classroom into the “real world... Read More