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April 9, 2021

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While preparing to write my article this week I had many things going through my head. First, our house has been full of all things John Adams as my oldest son, Graeme, prepared for his 4th Grade Living History Project. Maybe it is just me but it seems that learning about Adams is way cooler...
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North campus continued the 50 days of Easter celebration with special events this week which included the gracious gift of Easter eggs to all our grammar students as well as the campus Resurrection Feast (BIG thanks to Mrs. Howell and all our parents that served each of us that were in attendance on Wednesday this...
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This week has been filled with so many treasured moments. On Wednesday we were able to gather the entire school together to celebrate the resurrection feast! It was so great to see our houses getting to come together and raise theirs glasses together in celebration.
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In the past year, I have found a new favorite book, “Math For Human Flourishing” by Francis Su. This remarkable book asked a poignant question: “Shouldn’t just smart people do math?” As a person who has chosen math as a career, I struggled to answer this type of question. Maybe you have heard that question...
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Parents, this is a VERY special weekend in the life of the Rhetoric School and The Academy. On Saturday April 10th we will have two teams competing in the National Ethics Bowl Competition! This year our Forensics team swept the regional competition, with four Academy Ethics Bowl teams taking 1st through 4th place. This was...
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