Core Values, Oct. 20-24, 2014

Love is not a sentiment. Love acts. Love studies. Love gets into it. Love asks for details. Love works through difficulties and answers tough questions. Douglas Wilson

Congratulations to House Audacia for pursuing the following core values:

  • One member has exhibited a TENACIOUS EFFORT to succeed this year.
  • One member pursued SERVICE when he held the door for all students and teachers after armor time.
  • Twelve members in 7/8th grade pursued WISDOM AND VIRTUE when they wholeheartedly shared scriptures this week on kings and rulers in history and English class.
  • One member was noted for his ability to imaginatively ENGAGE with 9th grade literature and the EXCELLENT questions that he brings to class.
  • One member pursues deep ENGAGEMENT with philosophical IDEAS in Apologetics class.
  • Two members pursued PERSEVERANCE and HARD WORK when they participated in a self-directed translation session in Latin IV class demonstrating an example of true Classical Education at work.
  • Two members pursued SERVICE by helping clean up a big paint mess  for Mrs. Lily Wilmoth.
  • One member pursued SERVICE when he passed out multiple papers for Mrs. Staggers during Algebra I.

Congratulations to House Fides for pursuing the following core values:

  • Three members pursued EXCELLENCE and DILIGENCE winning Hobbit House awards In English 7.
  • One member pursued GOODNESS and HELPFULNESS by assisting Mrs. Dearing in picking up things after English class.
  • One member has demonstrated a WILLINGNESS TO LEAD and the personal DISCIPLINE to pursue WISDOM and VIRTUE as observed by Mr. Leland.
  • One member pursued SERVICE when he held the door for all students and teachers after armor time.
  • Eleven members in 7/8th grade pursued WISDOM AND VIRTUE when they wholeheartedly shared scriptures this week on kings and rulers in history and English class.
  • One member pursued TEAMWORK by helping clean up after the Pep Rally.
  • One member pursued COURAGE and INITIATIVE by volunteering to lead Chapel and provoked his fellow students to think on important matters.
  • One member pursued WISDOM and VIRTUE by consistently demonstrating a steadfast, patient, and calm spirit In English 12 and Rhetoric II.
  • One member pursued EXCELLENCE in Mrs. Stagger’s math class when he demonstrated genuine enthusiasm and interest.
  • One member pursued WISDOM by having a positive attitude and respectful demeanor in accepting correction even when he was held accountable for something he did not do.
  • One members pursued PERSEVERANCE and HARD WORK when he participated in a self-directed translation session in Latin IV class demonstrating an example of Classical Education at work.
  • Three members pursued SERVICE when they passed out multiple papers for Mrs. Staggers during Algebra I.

Congratulations to House Sapientia for pursuing the following core values:

  • One member pursued EXCELLENCE and DILIGENCE winning a Hobbit House award in English 7.
  • One member in 9th grade pursued SERVICE when he helped a Kindergarten student who was struggling with his back pack.
  • One member pursued SERVICE when he held the door for all students and teachers after fourth period even though it delayed his lunch.
  • Eleven members in 7/8th grade pursued WISDOM AND VIRTUE when they wholeheartedly shared scriptures this week on kings and rulers in history and English class.
  • One member pursued TEAMWORK by helping clean up after the Pep Rally.
  • One member pursued EXCELLENCE in Mrs. Stagger’s math class when he demonstrated genuine enthusiasm and interest.
  • One member pursued ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE and DILIGENCE  in her English 9 studies.
  • One member demonstrated COMPASSION when she helped a fellow student to understand the homework in Mrs. Wilmoth’s math class.
  • Two members pursued PERSEVERANCE and HARD WORK when they participated in a self-directed translation session in Latin IV class demonstrating an example of true Classical Education at work.
  • One member pursued INITIATIVE and CREATIVITY in her work as observed by Mr. Staggers.
  • One members pursued SERVICE by helping clean up a big paint mess  for Mrs. Lily Wilmoth.
  • One member pursued SERVICE, CHIVALRY, AND LEADERSHIP when she took initiative to clean up another person’s paint mess and stuck around a half hour after class to assist Mr. Taylor and Mrs. Lily Wilmoth.
  • One member pursued SERVICE when he passed out multiple papers for Mrs. Staggers during Algebra I.