Headmaster's Blog

An Open Letter to My Cell Phone

Jillian Hedges, a Wheaton College junior, exposes a cell phone for what it is, and hopefully reminds her readers (including me) to find the right cell phone-real life balance. An Open Letter To My Cell Phone We need to talk. Hello again, I know it’s only been a few minutes since I last saw you,..

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Student Life Blog

Students Excel in Bebras Computing Challenge

Between Nov. 9-20, 85 Middle School and 12 Upper School students participated in the Bebras Computing Challenge. This program, organized in over 30 countries, introduces students to computational thinking with the goal of generating their excitement in the subject. Each participant is given 45 minutes to answer 15 multiple-choice questions that focus on computational and..

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Athletics Blog

Cross-Country at State Meet 10/31/15

The varsity cross-country team had a strong showing a the GISA AAA state meet in Albany on Oct. 31. The course at Darton State College is known for its fast finish times and scenic views of the course. Notably, the girls team became the state runner-up, and Evan Downs placed third in the boys individual..

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Friends of Fine Arts

Fayette County Forensics & Debate Results

Congratulations to the following students who placed in the Fayette County Classic debate and forensics tournament on Nov. 21.

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Lower School

Second-Grade Service Learning Project

The second-grade students enjoyed a trip to the North Augusta Dollar Store and Chick-fil-A. This trip coincided with a social studies unit about the difference between being a consumer and a producer and also tied in with the second-grade service learning project! In lieu of a $5 Christmas gift exchange, each student brought that amount..

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Middle School

Operation Christmas Child

Our Middle School students are spreading holiday cheer around the world this season by participating in Operation Christmas Child. All together, the students made 131 boxes to send to children overseas who may not know the Lord or the reason for celebrating Christmas. Read one of the sweet letters a student included in their box..

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Upper School

What Is New in College Counseling?

When should I start working on my college applications? Should I apply early decision or early action? What should I write about in my college essay? Which teachers should write my recommendations? How do I put together a college resume? These are some of the many questions that have been addressed in the college planning..

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Chapel Blog

Sixth-Grade Service Project

Our sixth-graders took a day out of their school schedule to serve the Augusta community. They cleaned up the Augusta Canal and the Olde Town neighborhood, packed and sorted items for the Bridge Ministry and read to first-graders at our own school.

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Pre-K Peek

A Day on the Farm for Pre-K and TK!

We had a wonderful day visiting a small, family-run farm in Hephzibah, Georgia. We saw many different farm animals and quite a variety of crops. We had a chance to play with their chickens and also to taste some recently harvested honey!

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Extended Day Blog

Noah Visits After School Care

The students in After School Care welcomed a special visitor on Nov. 11. Noah came and visited the children and told them the Bible story of  the ark and the flood. What a treat!

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