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2013 GISA AA VARSITY BASEBALL STATE TOURNEY (Round 2) vs Frederica Academy @ Windsor Academy (Sunday/Monday) - 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM - GISA AA State Tourney Quarterfinals - #1 Windsor Varsity Diamond Knights (18-6) vs #3 Frederica Academy Knights (13-14) @ Windsor. Best 2 of 3 series. Third game will be Monday at 1:00 PM if necessary. Admission is $6.00 for Adults, $3.00 for students. GISA passes only. No booster or faculty/staff passes can be accepted.
Wear your cool blue and white and bring an umbrella! Temp near 82 degrees with scattered storms! Cool drinks and food at concessions. Be there!
SEMESTER EXAM SCHEDULE (Monday) - 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM - 2nd Period Exams; 10:30 AM - 12 Noon - 4th Period Exams. Includes noon dismissal for Elementary School. Casual dress for 5-12 grade students due to mid-term exams.
ELEMENTARY HONORS PROGRAM (Tuesday) - 9:00 AM - Grades K5 thru 4th will be recognized for academic achievements in the main gym. LAST DAY FOR ALL STUDENTS!
SEMESTER EXAM SCHEDULE (Tuesday) - 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM - 5th Period Exams; 10:30 AM - 12 Noon - 6th Period Exams. Includes noon dismissal for Elementary School. Casual dress for 5-12 grade students due to mid-term exams. LAST DAY FOR ALL STUDENTS!
Faculty/Staff Professional Development and Post Planning (Wed-Fri) - Teachers and staff close out the year.
REPORT CARDS (Friday) - 10:00 AM - Report cards will be available for pick up by parents and/or guardian.
|GISA 'AA' STATE ROUND 2 TODAY AT WINDSOR: FREDERICA VS WINDSOR|
Windsor (18-6, 9-1) swept Sherwood Christian from Albany by the scores of 10-6 and 8-4 respectively. The #1 Windsor Knights will play #3 Frederica Academy on Sunday/Monday at Windsor in the quarter-finals due to graduation ceremonies for both schools. Game 1 starts at 2:00 PM. UPDATED - See the latest brackets at www.gisaschools.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/2013_Baseball_Class_AA_QF.pdf. Last week, Windsor had a great Senior Night as Caleb Shipp signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Southern Union State in Alabama. Caleb will be coached by Joe "Jabo" Jordan, who led the SU State Bisons to its first Junior College World Series appearance in school history. John Whitsel also broke the Windsor record for most wins (29) by a pitcher during the regular season. The previous record was set by Tanner Gordon, Class of 2007. Check out the latest at www.13wmaz.com/sports/article/231665/45/Windsor-Defeats-Flint-River-Shipp-Inks-LOI. Read more at www.macon.com/2013/05/06/2468742/shipp-has-big-day-for-windsor.html. The Knights closed out the regular season with a 10-7 loss to GISA 'AAA' John Milledge.
|CLASS OF 2013 LORD AND LADY: RYAN BOWDEN AND SADIE GIBSON |
Seniors Ryan Bowden and Sadie Gibson were selected as Lord and Lady of Windsor from the Class of 2013. Congrats!
|CLASS OF 2013 - SADIE GIBSON AND HANNAH MCKINNEY EARN VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN HONORS! |
Seniors Sadie Gibson and Hannah McKinney have earned Valedictorian and Salutatorian honors respectively. Sadie is the daughter of Susie and Baron Gibson and the sister of Thomas Baron Gibson (Class of 2007), Kent Gibson (Class of 2009) and Susie Gibson (Class of 2013). Hannah is the daughter of Michele and stepfather Charles Washburn and the sister of Michael Horton. Proud grandparents are Betty and Bobby Randall. Congratulations!
|DIRECT YOUR TAXES TO THE GEORGIA GOAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR WINDSOR! GO TO THE LINK BELOW!|
The Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program provides children throughout the Peach State with Greater Opportunities for Access to Learning (“GOAL”). We invite you to discover how, as a qualified student scholarship organization, GOAL is providing scholarships to students across Georgia to attend the private K-12 schools of their parents’ choice. GOAL is proud that Windsor is one of over 100 of Georgia’s best private K-12 schools that have elected to participate in the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program. See the GOAL website at www.goalscholarship.org. The applicable memo and forms are posted on the Windsor website at the Parent Teacher Roundtable (PTR) tab.
REGISTER NOW FOR 2013-2014 WITH 25% OFF TUITION FOR NEW FAMILIES!
See the Registration Memo and new Tuition Table under the Admissions tab. The registration fee is $350.00 for those registering on or after March 1, 2013. Now 25% off tuition for new families with a two year contract. Windsor has maintained a low tuition rate for parents seeking an independent college preparatory education for their children. Windsor is accredited with quality by GAC and is now accredited with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the SAIS. Why pay more? Compare Windsor to the soaring high school tuition rates of local area private schools. Call 781-1621 today for registration and to schedule testing! Join the Windsor family and enjoy the winning Knight Life!
|WINDSOR’S JESSICA BROOKE ETHERIDGE, RICHARD PRADY TAKE 2013 STAR STUDENT/TEACHER HONORS|
Senior Jessica Brooke Etheridge was named Windsor Academy’s STAR student for 2013. Jessica had the highest score on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) at Windsor and is in the top 5 percent or top 5 students in her class. The standardized test measures basic critical reading, math, and writing skills. Mathematics Department Instructor Richard Prady was chosen by Jessica as her STAR teacher. Congrats! See the Bibb County list at www.macon.com/2013/02/19/2362755/stratfords-gupta-named-bibb-star.html.
|2013 REGION CHAMPS! DIAMOND KNIGHTS CAPTURE GISA 1AA CHAMPIONSHIP!|
Windsor (15-5, 9-1) slipped past Monsignor Donovan 6-3 and captured the GISA 1AA Region Championship. Sophomore Travis Cumbie (4-1) was the winning pitcher. The Knights stopped Gatewood 6-3 last week. Senior John Whitsel is now 7-2 and tied a Windsor school record (Class of 2007's Tanner Gordon) of 28 wins by a pitcher. The team beat CFCA 7-2, Covenant 12-4 and shut out Briarwood 17-0 in the latest GISA 1AA region games. Cumbie pitched Windsor to a 14-3 win over Valwood behind a grand slam from Jonathan "JB" Brooks and a homerun from Caleb Shipp. Whitsel pitched Windsor to an 11-0 shutout of GISA 1AA Monsignor Donovan Rams. Senior Peyton Kell knocked a homerun and Sophomore William Owenby drove in three runs. In non-region action against top AISA teams in Alabama, the Knights lost to Glenwood 8-7 and to Monroe 9-8. Windsor beat CFCA 7-3 but lost to Gatewood 10-5. The team beat Crisp 11-8 and Owenby crushed another homerun as the Knights beat Briarwood for their first GISA 1AA win. Whitsel was the winning pitcher. Senior Joshua Huckeba (1-0) scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by Austin Thomas as the Knights beat Trinity Christian School Dublin 5-4. Caleb Shipp had 2 hits and 3 RBI as the Knights whipped Valwood 12-2. Dylan Smith (1-0) was the winning pitcher. The B-Team Knights opened their game with a lead and also held on for a 5-4 win over Piedmont. Owenby hit a homerun. The B-Team Knights also had a 5-0 lead that held up for a 9-4 victory over the Tattnall Trojans. Owenby was the winning pitcher. The Varsity Knights lost to Tattnall 13-1 but beat David Emanuel 16-5 in their last game at the Frederica Tourney in St Simons. The team lost to surprising GISA 'A' frontrunner Bethlehem Christian 8-5. The Knights opened the 2013 baseball season with a 6-5 win over Trinity Christian School in Dublin. Senior John Whitsel was the winning pitcher against Trinity.
|JASON ALDEAN WINS 2013 ACM MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
Windsor's Jason Aldean (Class of 1995) won Male Vocalist of the Year at the ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS, honoring country music’s best and introducing the industry’s hottest emerging talent. Congrats to Jason!
|2013 WRESTLING KNIGHTS UPDATE|
Congrats to Region Champions- Dylan Bass, Kyle Gilbert, and Caleb Shipp. Greg Thomas (runner up) and Rudy Rewis (4th) are also state qualifiers. 5 out of 5 going to State! CONGRATS!
|NEW SCHOOL DISMISSAL TIMES|
K4-K5 dismiss at 2:50 PM; 1st and 2nd dismiss at 2:55 PM; 3rd and 4th dismiss at 3:00 PM; Middle and High School dismiss at 3:06 PM.
|KNIGHTS, LADY KNIGHTS FALL IN 2013 GISA 1AA TOURNEY, SEASON ENDS|
The Varsity Knights (8-19, 2-9) and Lady Knights (7-22, 1-10) both lost in the 2013 GISA 1AA tourney. The Lady Knights lost 45-25 to Monsignor Donovan and the Knights lost to Covenant after leading in the first half. So long to our Seniors Ryan Bowden, Caleb Shipp, John Whitsel, and Jonathan 'JB' Brooks! The team lost to Citizens Christian 73-65. The Knights and Lady Knights also lost to Covenant by the scores of 57-41 and 47-46 respectively to end the regular season. The Knights lost in double overtime to Briarwood 66-63. Sophomore Antonio McKinney had 26 points and Brooks added 20 points. The Knights lost to Gatewood but upset Monsignor Donovan 71-67 behind Caleb Shipp's season high 32 points. The team also beat Twiggs Academy 65-50 with Caleb Shipp scoring 14 points. The Knights beat Citizens Christian 83-77 with Brooks scoring 28 points and Shipp scoring 16 points. Ryan Bowden added 12 points. The Varsity Lady Knights lost to Briarwood, Gatewood and Monsignor Donovan but beat Twiggs 50-40. The Lady Knights lost to Citizens Christian 46-32 with Kayla Aber with 10 points. Sierra Roquemore added 9 points. The Knights lost to CFCA 83-48 but beat the Covenant Rams 69-48 for their first region win. Brooks scored 26 points. Ryan Bowden and Caleb Shipp added 11 points each with Antonio McKinney scoring 10 points. The team lost 59-46 to Briarwood and 83-71 to the No. 1 ranked Gatewood Gators. Brooks scored 24 points against the Gators. John Whitsel and Antonio McKinney added 17 and 15 points respectively. The Knights beat Flint River 63-28 with Brooks scoring 20 points and beat Pinewood 70-65 with Brooks and Ryan Bowden leading with 29 and 14 points. Madison O'Neal and Megan Wall paced the Lady Knights to a 50-47 overtime win over the CFCA Lady Lancers. O'Neal and Wall scored 13 and 10 points respectively. Kayla Aber added 8 points and Kinsley Gilliam added 7 points! The Varsity Lady Knights lost to Covenant, Briarwood 67-40, Gatewood 63-13, Flint River 47-43 in overtime and lost to Pinewood 40-25 with Sierra Roquemore scoring 15 points. The Knights and Lady Knights both lost to Monsignor Donovan Catholic School. At CFCA, the Lady Knights lost 59-43 to CFCA while the Knights lost by the score of 60-48. Brooks led with 14 points. Ryan Bowden and Antonio McKinney scored 8 points each. Megan Wall led the Lady Knights with 13 points. Kayla Aber added 12 points. The B-Team Knights beat CFCA 51-24. The Knights lost to the Flint River Wildcats by the score of 49-39 to end the first half of the basketball season. Despite injuries and a lack of offense, Brooks reached the 1,000 points milestone for Windsor in a 62-27 loss to Tattnall. Congrats! The Varsity Lady Knights closed out the first half of the season with a 40-24 loss to the Flint River Lady Wildcats.
|WINDSOR KNIGHTS HAVE A GIFT FOR GIVING!|
Wonderful job by our students on the latest Windsor canned food drive! The elementary classes collected 1,238 cans with a breakout as follows: K4-85, K5-44, 1st-708, 2nd -119, 3rd - 55, and 4th - 227. Note that the middle school and high school also contributed to the drive.
|GOODSHOP AND KROGER: EASY WAYS TO SUPPORT WINDSOR!|
Over 13,000,000 people are using GoodSearch for searching the web and GoodShop to shop online to support more than 100,000 registered charities and schools. Windsor Academy is one of those registered organizations and we have benefited from GoodSearch already with only a couple of our families using their service. GoodShop works with thousands of retailers from Amazon to Macy's and will donate up to 20% of every purchase to Windsor and they also have more than 100,000 money-saving coupons and deals. Please take a few minutes to register with GoodSearch and GoodShop and remember to search the web through them so that Windsor can benefit. Also, link Windsor Academy with your Kroger Plus card by picking up a Windsor barcode in the school's office and have the cashier scan it the next time you use your Kroger Plus card at Kroger. Kroger gives a percentage of every purchase back to Windsor!
|WINDSOR'S CALEB SHIPP MAKES 2012 ALL MIDDLE GA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS FOOTBALL TEAM! |
See the team list at www.macon.com/2012/12/22/2294226/all-middle-georgia-gisa-football.html. Congrats!
|HATS 4 JAY'S HOPE CAMPAIGN AT WINDSOR RAISES $840!|
Special thanks to all as Windsor raised $840 for the Hats 4 Jay’s HOPE Campaign in September 2012. WAY TO GO WINDSOR KNIGHTS!
|CHARACTER TRAIT: RESPECT!|
Congratulations to the following Windsor elementary students for being selected by their teachers as King or Queen of Respect: K4 - Danielle Bush; K5 - Haley Howard; 1st - Halie Stanovich; 2nd - Lauren Sanders; 3rd - Caleb Pittman; and 4th - Landon Gallaher.
|SHIPP, KNIGHTS STOP COVENANT RAMS 27-13; TOUCHDOWN CLUB SLECTS DITTMAN AS LINEMAN OF THE WEEK!|
Windsor Senior Caleb Shipp rushed for 233 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-13 win over Covenant. See the highlights at www.13wmaz.com/video/1897814067001/1/WEEK-7-Covenant-Vs-Windsor.The Macon Touchdown Club also selected Windsor Senior linebacker Josh Dittman as Lineman of the Week for his 21 solo tackles against Covenant Academy. See the presentation at www.13wmaz.com/sports/article/200470/45/Macon-Touchdown-Club-Picks-Three-Players-of-the-Week. Zack Watson added a touchdown and Josh Brooks added a 2 point conversion. Congrats to the Knights (1-7, 1-1) on their first GISA 1AA win!
|WINDSOR'S JOSH DITTMAN EARNS EAGLE SCOUT DESIGNATION!|
Congratulations to Josh Dittman, a senior at Windsor, on being awarded his Eagle Scout rank on Saturday, September 1, 2012. Josh is the son of Tanya and Rob Dittman. Rob is a Windsor Board member from the Class of 1982.
|WINDSOR STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN THE SIX FLAGS "READ TO SUCCEED" PROGRAM!|
Congratulations to the following students who participated in the Six Flags "Read to Succeed" program: K4-Emma Newbern, Nick Swain, Chris Taylor, Scout Taylor;
K5-Gage Bryant, Jimmy Jones, Karsyn Middlebrooks, Randi McMillan, Reed Swain; 1st Grade - Aiden Green, Lauren Sanders, Liam Taylor; 2nd Grade - Audry Wallace, Connor Dean, Lily Kilgore, Shelby Bandt; 3rd Grade - Abby Wall, Kenna McElmurray; 4th Grade - Camryn Dean. Each of the students earned free admission tickets to Six Flags!
|NEW TECH CLASSROOMS, FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS & STAFF CHANGES HIGHLIGHT 2012-2013|
Windsor’s 2012-2013 school year will feature the addition of new audio visual Smart board type technology to three classrooms including 1st Grade (Ms. Shepherd), Middle School Math (Ms. Sumner), and High School Science (Ms. Pearce). Installation and training will begin soon, as the Windsor Board plans to add more classrooms with this technology. Mr. Charles Kight, with a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and 29 years teaching experience, continues as Windsor’s Tech/Computer Director. Other changes included a complete makeover to the teacher’s lounge and the arrival of new carpet for the main building. Thanks to Lisa Marshall, Board member and Education Co-Chair, for leading the effort to show appreciation to our teachers and staff! Enrollment for 2012-2013 has increased to 250 students!
We welcome the following members to the family: Ms. Regina Thurmond is our new 2nd grade teacher. Ms. Thurmond received her Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Georgia College and State University and majored in Early Childhood Education. She has 5 years teaching experience previously at Skyview Elementary. Ms. Keri C. Smith comes to us from Howard High and is our new Art teacher. Ms. Smith has a Masters degree in Art of Teaching Art from Georgia College and State University; a SCAD AP Certification in Studio Art Drawing, 2-D Studio Design, 3-D Studio Design; and a BA in Geography from UGA. Mr. Milton E. Gallaher III has joined our math department to teach Geometry, Algebra II, and Algebra III. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History Education and Associate Degree in Math Education from Macon State College. Mr. Gallaher will also be our varsity girls’ softball coach, oversee the school’s softball program, and assist in coaching baseball. Ms. Stephanie B. Swain will be teaching middle school science, social studies, and P.E. She received her Bachelor of Science in Education from Macon State College and majored in Early Childhood/Special Education. Ms. Swain will also assist in coaching girls’ softball and basketball. Read about all the new staff changes under the About Windsor -Headmaster’s Welcome tab on this website. Welcome back Knights and Lady Knights!
|UPDATED WINDSOR DRESS CODE POLICY 2012-2013! |
See UPDATED dress code policies posted under the About Windsor/Parent-Teacher Roundtable (PTR) tab. The policy applies to all Windsor Academy students. Buckhead Uniforms at 2941 McManus Road in Macon (314-6555) is mandatory for all shirts/tops. However, skirts, pants, dresses, jumpers, and shorts an be purchased in any store carrying uniform style clothing. Please direct all questions about the policy to the school office @ 781-2500.
|CLASS OF 2012 - HAYLEE BUSBEE AND BRAD COLLINS EARN VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN HONORS!|
Seniors Haylee Busbee and Brad Collins have earned Valedictorian and Salutatorian honors respectively. Haylee is the daughter of Debbie and Tommy Busbee and the sister of Megan Busbee from the Class of 2008. Brad is the son of Susan and Kelvin Collins and the brother of Brennan, a freshman at Windsor. Congratulations!
|WINDSOR’S BRAD COLLINS, BRUCE BAUMAN TAKE 2012 STAR STUDENT/TEACHER HONORS|
Senior Brad Collins was named Windsor Academy’s STAR student for 2012. Brad had the highest score on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) at Windsor and is in the top 5 percent or top 5 students in his class. The standardized test measures basic critical reading, math, and writing skills. Proud family members are his parents Kelvin and Susan Collins and his brother Brennan, a freshman at Windsor. Longtime Mathematics Department Chair Bruce Bauman was chosen by Brad as his STAR teacher. Mr. Bauman recently retired after 23 years at Windsor and 21 years in the Air Force. The Collins family and Mr. Bauman and his wife Barbara attended a banquet in their honor sponsored by the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce. Congratulations!
|NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION SELECTS BRAD COLLINS AS WINDSOR'S SCHOLAR/CITIZEN/ATHLETE OF THE YEAR!|
Salutatorian Brad Collins has been selected by the National Football Foundation's Education Committee as Windsor Academy's Scholar/Citizen/Athlete of the Year. He will be recognized at the National Football Foundation's Awards Dinner on May 10, 2012 at the Armory Ballroom in Macon. First bestowed in 1991, the NFF National High School Scholar-Citizen-Athlete Awards have become one of the most prestigious and competitive high school academic honors in the country. Criteria for the award include but are not limited to academic achievement, athletic accomplishments and community leadership. The chapters subsequently recognize approximately 3,300 of the best scholar-athletes at their local awards banquets, distributing more than $1 million in scholarships.
|CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINDSOR CLASS OF 2012!|
Congrats to Highest Honor Graduates: Valedictorian Haylee Dessi Busbee (The University of Georgia) and Salutatorian Bradley Kelvin Collins (Valdosta State) and Honor Graduate Whitney Nicole Scruggs (Wesleyan College). Other graduates: Brittney Michelle Baker, Joseph Edward Barnes, Zackary David Bloodworth, Alissa Pauline Browning, Skyler Jacob Bryant,
Ma-Kenna Nicole Cameron, Samantha Shayne Chason, Jacob Davis Coursey, Rebekah Jordan Manning, Dalton Bond McEldowney, Matthew Alan Meredith, John Alfred Morse III, Genie Marie Nichols, Raymond Allen Pippin III, Jonathan Taylor Spivey, Aaron Scott Tucker, Kenna Colleen Walker, and Kellie Lynne Wallace.
|THANKS! 1ST ANNUAL WINDSOR AUCTION WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!|
The auction held on Saturday, April 28th raised approximately $30,000 for academic improvements at Windsor Academy. Steve Roquemore won the grand prize of $5,000! Trips auctioned off included deep sea fishing, Tybee Island weekend getaway, Charleston weekend, Savannah River front weekend with riverboat tour, Atlanta Braves weekend getaway and tickets, and Argentina Hunting trip. Also, UGA football tickets, Jason Aldean autographed guitar, hat, shirts, Nick Saban signed Alabama gas grill, 2 large deer feeders, hunting baskets, fishing baskets and Mothers Day baskets. Class quilts including handmade Senior blanket and Kindergarten blanket, Keurig coffee maker, landscaping certificates, golf packages, lots of themed gift baskets from each grade, car/home maintenance gift certificates and lots more. Thanks to Director of Development Jimmy Watts and Shay Dean for leading the auction committee!
|WINDSOR ACADEMY EARNS SAIS-SACS ACADEMIC ACCREDITATION!!|
Windsor Academy of Macon, Georgia is now an accredited member of the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). This is the highest academic accreditation received by Windsor in its 40 year history! See the PRESS RELEASE and SAIS certificate under the About Windsor/Parent-Teacher Roundtable tab. To earn accreditation from SAIS and SACS, Windsor complied with quality standards, was evaluated by an outside group of peer professionals, and implemented a school plan focused on strategic improvement and student performance. Congrats to Dr. Cranford, the Windsor faculty and staff, the Education Team, Windsor students, alumni, and parents on a job well done! Thanks again to Dr. Cassandra Kennon from Brookstone in Columbus, Dr. Michael Drake from Tattnall, Ms. Kim Papastavridis from Howard School in Atlanta, Ms. Janice “Jan” Hurd from Donoho School in Anniston, Alabama, and Ms. Misty Brown from Triad Academy in Winston-Salem, NC.
|PARENT-TEACHER ROUNDTABLE (PTR)
Windsor's Parent-Teacher Roundtable (PTR) is a committee of parents, grandparents, teachers that work to increase communication, recognize teachers and staff, and support academic programs. Membership dues are $15 per family. Grandparents can join for just $5. See the NEW PTR Membership Memo at the PTR tab! PTR accomplishments included scholarships, playground equipment, teacher supplies, classroom makeovers, painting, and purchase of new elementary desks and computer lab. Join the Knights of the Roundtable!
|UPDATE: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? |
Former 1980s Windsor Academy math instructor, football coach, and baseball coach Steve Dennis has been the Director of Athletics for Troy University (Division 1) for five years. Read the latest at
|CHRIS ANDREWS - CLASS OF 1992 NEWS|
Congratulations to Chris and his wife, Jennifer, on the arrival of their daughter, Alice Marian. Chris lives in the Atlanta area where he works for Samsung Electronics.
|WINDSOR'S NEWBERRY CONTINUES SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE - UPDATED|
Stan C. Newberry, Windsor Class of 1978 and a member of the Senior Executive Service, is now the Director, Air Force C2 Integration Center (AFC2IC), Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va. Mr. Newberry's role is to manage, integrate and improve Air Force command and control. His responsibilities include planning, programming, guiding Air Force requirements definition and architecture development, integration and standardization effort for warfighting aerial networks, combat support and C2 systems. Read more at
|TOP KNIGHT! WINDSOR'S JASON ALDEAN ROCKS THE 2013 PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD SHOW!|
Jason Williams Aldean, Class of 1995, performed as a Favorite Country Artist nominee at the 2013 People's Choice Award show on Wednesday, Jan 9th on the CBS Network. He recently brought in the New Year on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. See "My Kinda Party" at
|SAD NEWS FROM THE WINDSOR CLASS OF 1977|
Donna Patrice Holt McElheney (Class of 1977) passed away on Monday, June 6, 2011 after an extended illness. She graduated with a BSN from Georgia College & State University and worked at the Coliseum Medical Center for 24 years. At Windsor, Donna was
|ROACHES' 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY|
C. Jimmy Roach III, Class of 1979, and Jill R. Marino, Class of 1981, celebrated the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C Jimmy Roach Jr. of Macon. Jimmy Roach III still lives in Macon while Jill R. Marino, former Windsor homecom
|WINDSOR'S STORM COLLINS CONTINUES STUDIES AT MERCER UNIVERSITY|
Windsor Class of 2010 Graduate Storm Collins has decided to concentrate on her early childhood education studies at Mercer University. Collins recently played collegiate softball with Mercer University in Macon. Read more at
|YOU TUBE - JIM FAIN|
Some of you older alumni might enjoy Jim's video. You Tube search - "jimfain823" It contains some South Macon and Windsor at Tattnall baseball footage. Filmed in 1980. Check it out to see some familiar faces.
|BRYANT AND BRANDI GRIFFITTS NEWS|
Bryant and Brandi Griffitts (both members of the Class of 96) recently started their own business, Southern Concrete Designs. You may visit their website at www.southernconcretedesigns.net. Bryant and Brandi live in Byron and have two boys, Bradle
|WINDSOR'S MOST FAMOUS CHEERLEADER MAKES GRACEFUL EXIT FROM 'DANCING WITH THE STARS'|
Windsor Distinguished Graduate Nancy Grace (Class of 1977) ended her dancing stint after eight weeks with partner Tristan MacManus on the hit ABC-TV show "Dancing with the Stars." Last week, she advanced after dancing a jive to "The Devil Went Down to Georgia." She danced the foxtrot to the Broadway tune “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.” See the final story at
|LT RON BURRIS RETURNS FROM THE GULF|
Lt. Ron Burris (Class of 2000) left Hawaii on Nov 12, 2007 for military service in the Persian Gulf. He is scheduled to return during late Spring 2008. He was also stationed in Guam and the Palau Islands. Thanks for your service to our country! Pray
|IN MEMORY OF JOEL W. DICKENS|
Joel W. Dickens passed away on Friday, February 3, 2012. Coach Dickens started at Windsor Academy in 1981 and coached Windsor Lady Knights softball until his retirement in 1999. His teams won eleven Region Championships and four State championships while at Windsor. In 2003, he was presented a Distinguished Service Award from the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA). See the obituary and pictures at