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by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications and Enrollment And the word became flesh and dwelt among us… John 1:14 I love words. I love to play with them, to string them together to create beauty and meaning. God seems to whisper words to my heart for me...

Eight Things Your Kids Need to Know are True of You by Matthew Sullivan, Director of Campus Life Our kids want to know us, warts and all. And guess what? They WILL get to know us over time. They are super-observant and very smart. As they grow...

by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications and Enrollment The word authentic has been rolling around in my head lately.  It is a word we have been talking about a lot at Covenant, as we have identified it as one of our core values.  But it is such a...

by Sonnie Shay,  A Covenant Mom of Three The next school year is approaching quickly. Some of us may not be quite ready, while others of us may be counting down the days. I waiver back and forth between those feelings, as we’ve entered into our...

by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications Recently, I was asked to write a short letter of encouragement and wisdom to a new mom. At first, I felt very insecure about it. I don’t feel like I am anyone to be giving advice. I still feel like most days...

by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications Dear Graduates, Wow! This year of immense change feels like it just began and now it is ending. It is almost time to say goodbye and we aren’t ready yet. We feel like there is so much we could still teach...

by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications Recently my 7th-grade son was able to put into words what he misses most about The Covenant School and I was blown away by his insightfulness!  He said, “I miss being known.”  I think my heart about stopped.  He articulated, so simply...

by Dr. Katherine Koonce, Head of School The question of “What do students need to know?” is a question that remains on the table for discussion for lots of reasons. Possibly the most practical reason for seeking this answer is that there simply isn’t enough time...

by Christy Johnson, Director of Communications There are always a lot of math equations being taught around a school. From simple to complex, our students are learning how to problem solve every day. They are also learning the principle that math is consistent. No matter if...

by Dr. Katherine Koonce, Head of School There’s been a lot of news about news lately—fake news, that is. I find it sad that perfectly intelligent people spend good time, energy, and talent to create fake news. Nevertheless, we find ourselves in the Age of Fake News when...