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Savannah Classical Academy Announces Literary Team’s Recent Win

Savannah Classical Academy’s (SCA) first literary team recently competed in the Georgia High School Association’s Area 3A Public Literary Competition, before the pandemic affected in-person learning and competing. The SCA team placed in five different events, coming in fourth place overall. SCA is proud to congratulate Kayla Summer, Makayla Rudolph, Palmer Desborough and RJ Allen for their achievements in the school’s first literary competition.
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Savannah Classical Academy Announces Literary Team’s Recent Win

Savannah Classical Academy’s (SCA) first literary team recently competed in the Georgia High School Association’s Area 3A Public Literary Competition, before the pandemic affected in-person learning and competing. The SCA team placed in five different events, coming in fourth place overall. SCA is proud to congratulate Kayla Summer, Makayla Rudolph, Palmer Desborough and RJ Allen for their achievements in the school’s first literary competition.
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Savannah Classical students win five medals at state literary competition

Before schools were closed in March and competitions were postponed or canceled for the remainder of the school year, the literary team from Savannah Classical Academy earned a total of six awards at the Georgia High School Association’s Area 3A Public Literary Competition on March 14, according to a release from SCA. The SCA team earned five individual awards and a fourth-place team award.
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SAVANNAH CLASSICAL ACADEMY ANNOUNCES LITERARY TEAM’S RECENT WIN

SAVANNAH, GA – April 3, 2020 – Savannah Classical Academy’s (SCA) first literary team recently competed in the Georgia High School Association’s Area 3A Public Literary Competition, before the pandemic affected in-person learning and competing. The SCA team placed in five different events, coming in fourth place overall. SCA is proud to congratulate Kayla Summer, Makayla Rudolph, Palmer Desborough and RJ Allen for their achievements in the school’s first literary competition.
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