Will DuBose '19 knows it is one thing to be a mature, fully-formed high school student and another to be a newcomer to college. The Class of 2019 should embrace the change on the near horizon, he said Sunday.
Dr. Brent Harris did not have an acceptance speech prepared Friday, but all was forgiven.
The second-year member of the Science Department was voted Teacher of the Year by Christ School students, an announcement made in the final Assembly for 2018-19.
Every visit to campus by Rt. Rev. José A. McLoughlin, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina, is considered a special occasion.
Wednesday fit the bill in more ways than one.
Christ School's commitment to service can be quantified by some impressive numbers from the 2018-19 school year.
Christ School Theater will present the William Shakespeare tragedy, "Hamlet," Friday through Sunday.
The brotherhood that sets Christ School apart was on full display May 3-5. Greenies turned out in record numbers to make this year's Alumni Weekend one of the best yet.
Oftentimes, the most memorable submissions for Christ School's arts and literary magazine come from unlikely sources.
Such is the case again this year. The Struan, a 64-page annual collection of works from Greenie students and faculty, was published last week.
Worshippers have found the natural setting to be spiritually uplifting, tucked away in the woods and within view of a calm lake.
And as of Sunday, the new Outdoor Chapel at Christ School bears a familiar name.