On Monday, October 26, Dr. Jennifer Cline presented research on social media during professional development with our faculty. Later that day she summarized her presentation for parents in our school community. What follows is a brief overview of her remarks as summarized by Headmaster, John Heaton.… Read more
“…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
Part II of a series by Kyle Alexander, Athletic Director
So you want to play in college?
Previously, Athletic Director Kyle Alexander published the first in a two-part article, listing do’s and don’ts for parents of athletes who want to play at the college level.… Read more
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
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
“A man is wise when all things taste to him as they really are.”
Josef Pieper quotes this anonymous axiom from the middle ages in his little book on the Virtues. A strong proponent of the natural law tradition, Pieper teaches us that conformity to reality – reconciling our lives to the way things really are is a check against all kinds of neuroses. … Read more
The Precedence of Prudence
A Brief Reader on the Virtues of the Human Heart
I picked up this little book – I don’t remember where – it doesn’t even make the list of publications by Josef Pieper (pronounced, Pee-per), on Wikipedia. At 54 pages, it’s more of a large pamphlet.… Read more