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by Christy Foster, Director of Communications In a world where we understand more and more about the way humans learn, children are increasingly being diagnosed with learning disabilities. While these diagnoses allow children to get the help they need to succeed, we often overlook the fear...

by Sonnie Shay, Advancement Team Coordinator I’m in a bit of a reflection mode as our oldest is about to graduate from The Covenant School. Our sixth grader has walked these sweet halls over the past eight years, starting in PreK, and I’m in a bit...

by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications “For to us, a child is born, to us, a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:6 As Christmas approaches, the...

by Pastor Matthew Sullivan As we approach the last few weeks of this presidential campaign, it is heavy on my heart that many faithful families in our school may be having difficult conversations and facing hard choices come election time. Jesus never promised being a Christian...

by Dr. Katherine Koonce, Head of School No, I have not lost my mind. We adults have a very important job ahead – to make our “new normal” into normal, maybe even – dare I say – fun, for our children. On the one hand we...

by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications Dear Graduates, Wow!  You guys sure know how to go out with a bang!  The 2019-2020 school year is one we will never forget.  The stunning finale of this school year is one for the history books.  Yet, I think what we will remember most...

by Dr. Katherine Koonce, Head of School This morning I spent some time talking to God about this past week, and a particular word came to mind, which is a typical outcome in my conversations with God. The word of the week is whatever. Hold on. Not...

  by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications and Enrollment For we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago. –Ephesians 2:10 Last week I watched all of the children at The Covenant School...

by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications and Enrollment As I was driving into work today, I passed down a street with American flags flying proudly on each side of the road.  They fly to honor our Veterans today. It got me thinking about courage.  The dictionary defines...

by Rev. Matthew Sullivan, Director of Campus Life  Halloween is a minefield for Christian families. I get it. There are many potential pitfalls, with dark images and unsavory characters seemingly lurking in many places. Some believers feel (and I understand this) that the holiday is so...