Tag: News

An Update on the Jones/Solt Family

We ask for continued prayers to uplift the Jones/Solt Family.  The Lord called Ruth home on July 22, 2021 and Elizabeth is in critical condition after the senseless accident at their produce stand.   Lithopolis United Methodist Church will be  accepting donations and 100% of funds collected will go to the Jones/Solt Family.  Donations can […]

Columbus Academy Expels Students After Parents Speak Out

Columbus Academy has expelled the children of Amy Gonzalez and Andrea Gross, who have been organizing the efforts of the Pro CA Coalition. In doing so, Columbus Academy sends the clear message that those who who speak out and challenge the school’s administration will be punished. The move also highlights the administration’s disingenuousness when it […]

Pro CA Coalition partners with FAIR

The Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR) is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing civil rights and liberties for all Americans, and promoting a common culture based on fairness, understanding and humanity. FAIR defends civil liberties advocates for individuals who are threatened or persecuted for speech, or who are held to a different set of […]

Parents are succeeding at fighting Critical Race Theory in schools all over the country. Now it’s our turn.

Parents at Columbus Academy are starting to catch on to the increasing intrusion of critical race theory, intersectionality, and other neo-racist teachings being peddled at our school. We’ve heard from our kids that the Columbus Academy teaches that America is a racist country. We’ve seen how the academic standards suffer when everything, even math and […]

Columbus Academy Declines to Participate in Town Hall

On April 26, 2021, Columbus Academy alumnus Jonathan Hsu ’04 offered to moderate a town hall discussion between Pro CA Coalition and Columbus Academy. Dear Ms. Soderberg and Pro CA Coalition-As I’m sure you’re aware, the past weeks and months have seen increasing tension among CA parents, faculty, staff, students, and alumni. I’ve been a […]