Reflections on 9/11

Reflections on 9/11

As we approach the 20th anniversary of the attack on our nation by radical Islamic terrorists, I find myself reflecting on how that one infamous day changed the course of history. I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I got word that planes crashed...
Demonstrating Christian Character

Demonstrating Christian Character

Thanks for your cooperation! Parents, I can’t thank you enough for doing your part to contain the spread of COVID by monitoring your children’s symptoms, reporting positive cases in your household, and quarantining those in your household who have been exposed to or...
End of Summer Reflections

End of Summer Reflections

Now that I have had a chance to catch my breath, I am so grateful for a relatively uneventful summer. Not only are we not scrambling to prepare for the consequences of an unknown pandemic, we are also enjoying unprecedented retention among our faculty and staff. Of...

Don’t Waste This Pandemic

A Perspective from Head of School Bill McGee Nine years ago, I was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. Shortly after my diagnosis, a friend sent me an article entitled, “Don’t Waste Your Cancer,” written by Pastor John Piper on the eve of his prostate surgery....