From 2013-2014, the race was named Virtus, which is the Latin word for valor, courage, or excellence. In 2015, the race was called Ditch the Pavement, Run the Trail, and was coordinated as a run through the Albuquerque Bosque dirt trails. In 2016, the committee moved the race to Hoffmantown Church, running through the trails between Hoffmantown’s Mission Field and Albuquerque Academy. The race has been renamed to become our annual Harvest Run. Along with the race, the Boosters help coordinate a Fall Festival where school teams and activity groups can host a booth to raise money for their teams/groups. It is an event our whole school looks forward to each fall!
Along with the Harvest Run, Boosters raises money through school merchandise sales all year long, as well as selling lunch at special events, including Science Day, English Expo, and Field Day. With the efforts of our Booster Club members, we are able to raise over $10,000 annually for our sports teams school activities and programs! We are actively seeking sponsorships each year, and are blessed by our school community and family businesses support. Thank you all!
For more information on how you can join the Boosters Club, contact our Dean of Activities, Vince Zunic at email@example.com
POG - PARENTS OF OAK GROVE
POG hosts several events throughout the year to help our community relationships grown and flourish, help parents make connections with each other, and strengthen the bonds within our school. We host Orientation at the beginning of the year, plan fellowships for moms and families alike, including our ever-growing annual Christmas Market, and serve our staff and teachers as needed.
We seek to deepen the bonds of friendship within our school, and to live out Romans 15:5-6:
"May the God of endurance and encouragement grant you to live in such harmony with one another, in accord with Christ Jesus, that together you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ."
Parents of Oak Grove exists to cultivate community within Oak Grove Classical Academy (OGCA) so that service to our school is a natural extension of our connections with one another. Our relationships with Christ serve as the foundation of our common culture, upon which we seek to build friendships, supportive bonds, and the groundwork of means to serve our school. We mindfully operate in support of the mission and vision of Oak Grove Classical Academy, that our students may “Learn for Life, Live for Christ!”