Christ School Board of Trustees Chairman Bert Scott P’08 announced to the school community Thursday morning that Dr. Sean Jenkins will be the school’s next Headmaster, effective in the 2021-2022 school year.
Everett Catts ‘90 is coming up on a big anniversary. In December, the Christ School alumnus will have been a full-time journalist for 25 years. Catts has worked as a writer and editor during that time, winning more than a dozen awards for his sports coverage. He has been News Editor for the Northside/Sandy Springs/Vinings Neighbor newspapers in Atlanta for the past 14 years. Catts began this conversation talking about how his time at Christ School inspired his career path.
Christ School seniors will attend 46 different colleges in 20 states, having earned more than $3.5 million in scholarships over a four-year period. The College Guidance Office processed 375 applications, an average of 5.4 per student. The class will attend schools from Harvard and Dartmouth to UNC-Chapel Hill, SMU, and many others.
Christ School’s Class of 2020 does not have a designated spokesperson. However, the opportunity presented itself Thursday and Connor Booher ’20 eloquently demonstrated the character of this year’s seniors.
George Donald ’75 has learned to turn off the part of his brain that controls fear.
The Christ School alumnus turns 63 this month, making him old enough to at least consider retirement. But Donald said he feels a sense of duty instead, working 12-hour shifts as a Senior Staff Interpreter at an Inova Health System hospital in Falls Church, Va.
Fine Arts students at Christ School might not know Ian Wilkinson personally, but they probably know his work.
The Asheville muralist has been involved in projects all over town – from an iconic water tower in the River Arts District to a re-creation of Catawba Falls splashed across some downtown stairs. And perhaps the piece most recognizable to Greenies? A scene painted on the side of the 12 Bones Smokehouse South restaurant.
Charles McCarthy ’09 can see a future where buying groceries, filling up with gas, or withdrawing money from an ATM are carefree endeavors again. In the meantime, the Christ School alumnus believes a device born out of his metal fabrication shop in Sanford, Fla., will allay fears during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fortune smiled on Mason Plumlee ’09 when he found that a neighbor in Indiana had a private indoor gym suitable for all his basketball needs. That’s right, arguably the greatest athlete in Christ School history is looking for silver linings during the COVID-19 pandemic the same as the rest of us.
Restaurants are being hit about as hard as any industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Especially restaurants that benefit from the tourism just across the street at Asheville’s Biltmore Estate, which is presently closed to the public for the first time since World War II.
Christ School alumnus Anthony Coggiola '81 and his wife, Sherrye, are stepping up to "provide comfort in an uncomfortable time."