Core Values, April 13-17, 2015

When I can confidently predict that my students, having developed an intentional habit of obedience or disobedience, will obey in this or that circumstance, I can credit him with character. Every moral choice has a rationale behind it, and one indispensable task of Christian education is to constantly expose that rationale, whether for good or ill.                                                  Wisdom and Eloquence 

Congratulations House Audacia for your intentional pursuit of character.

  • Two members demonstrated SERVICE by sharing Latin benedictions at Grandparents’ Day.
  • One member demonstrated a SERVANT’S HEART when he volunteered to say the blessing for dinner on the Charleston trip.
  • One member demonstrated INITIATIVE and SERVICE when he remained after dinner on the Charleston trip to push all the chairs under the table and throw away any trash left behind.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by taking our Mrs. Dearing’s overflowing trash can even though it was raining.

Congratulations House Fides for your intentional pursuit of character.

  • Two members demonstrated SERVICE by sharing Latin benedictions at Grandparents’ Day.
  • One member demonstrated KINDNESS and SERVICE by volunteering for every clean up task in Mrs. Dearing’s room.
  • One member demonstrated HUMILITY, ACCOUNTABILITY, and PERSEVERANCE by coming to school after an exhausting school trip.

Congratulations House Sapientia for your intentional pursuit of character.

  • Two members demonstrated SERVICE by sharing Latin benedictions at Grandparents’ Day.
  • One member demonstrated INITIATIVE and LEADERSHIP in Spanish class by voluntarily guiding and aiding his classmates through an oral exercise practice.
  • One member demonstrated GRATITUDE when he thanked a veteran for his service in the Navy on the USS Laffey.