New Covenant has spent years honing its curriculum to teach students not just what to know but how to think. We’ve earned a reputation for creating better scholars. Now we are giving attention to building physically fit students and building better athletes.… Read more
On Wednesday, November 8, the second seeded Lady Gryphons (20-1) defeated the seventh seeded Southampton Academy Raiders in the VISAA quarter final round in the Workman Field House on the campus of New Covenant Schools. The match went down in three straight sets, marking a school record – the Lady Gryphons did not lose a set at home the entire season. Moreover, in 20 matches, they were undefeated for 57 out 60 sets. No New Covenant team has come close to that run.
The team will travel on Thursday, Nov 9 to Suffolk to face local rival third seed, Timberlake Christian Schools of Lynchburg on Friday morning at 10 a.m. At their meeting in the regular season the Grpyhons defeated the Tornadoes, but the girls aren’t taking anything for granted. An early departure and plenty of rest will be needed for steady nerves and on-point hitting.
A spirit bus with students will follow on Saturday morning if the team makes the final round.… Read more
View or download the 2017-2018 calendar here: [download id=”1052″]… Read more
New Covenant has amended the Student Handbook regarding cell phone policy. For students in the School of Rhetoric, nothing has changed. Phones are permitted at school, but must remain in lockers during school hours. After school and on athletic travel, the phone is permitted for students in grades 9-12.… Read more
It’s become increasingly common for parents of students as young as fourth and fifth grades to provide phones for their children. While I have opinions about this matter for my family, I’m not advising you on when it’s appropriate for yours.… Read more
New Covenant recognizes members of our community participate in online social networking. The following guidelines are designed to create an atmosphere of good will, honesty, and individual accountability. Students, faculty, and staff should always keep in mind that information produced, shared, and retrieved by them is a reflection on the school community and is subject to school policies.… Read more