Nov 16 – Taking the Next Step

It’s the time of year in which our seniors are applying to colleges. At New Covenant we’ve always taken the approach that a college is a fit to be made, not a trophy to be won. Parents and students alike suffer from a bit of anxiety as they investigate their options for that next step.… Read more

Nov 9 – Speak Up | Grow Up

“…speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in every way…” St. Paul

Speaking up is part of growing up. This came through loud and clear at a recent parent meeting with Dr. Jennifer Cline, a clinical psychologist who has done research on social media and its effects on young people.… Read more

Sep 14 – The Butting Order: How Middle School Students Rank Themselves in School >>>

Last week’s middle school retreat was a great success, with beautiful weather (after Thursday’s rain cleared to sunshine on Friday) and very happy students. We were joined by former parent and long-time friend of the school, Brian Donohue, who spoke to our students in four sessions, teaching into issues that challenge all kids at this age.… Read more

Aug 24 – So You Want to Play in College? Do’s and Don’ts for Playing at the College Level, pt 1 >>>

This is the first in a series of articles from our Athletic Director, Kyle Alexander.

Do’s and Don’ts for Middle and High School Athletes

Many young athletes dream of someday playing college athletics. There is something very natural in a young person’s desire to excel at the sport he or she loves and envision him or herself as a college athlete.… Read more

Modern Texting

The following is the headmaster’s response to William Quillian’s “The Christ Experience” published in the News & Advance, Sunday, May 1, 2011

The question of Jesus’ resurrection ultimately turns on one’s view of the text of Scripture. Mr. Quillian’s view of the text offered in his recent letter is the standard theologically liberal position taught at Yale and other graduate schools for the better part of the last century.… Read more