The highest-rated recruit in the history of Harvard University basketball is from Christ School.
Justice Ajogbor ’20 committed to the Crimson on Sunday, telling reporter Evan Daniels from 247Sports, “I’m deciding to play for the next four years at Harvard. Really for me the opportunity to play for coach (Tommy) Amaker, he's an awesome guy. The opportunity to go to a school like Harvard, is an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.”
Connor Booher ’20 and Richard Lytle ’20 are front and center every time there is a Chapel service at Christ School.
The Sacristan and Verger have distinguished themselves in another big way as National Merit Semifinalists, it was announced Wednesday. Less than one percent of all United States high school seniors achieve Semifinalist status in the National Merit Scholarship Program based off their performance on the Preliminary SAT.
Growing up on a tobacco farm in rural Virginia, there is no one that Jim Hyler idolized more than his dad.
The former United States Golf Association president was on campus Friday to speak to a Personal Finance class taught by Scott Pritchard P’19. As it turns out, Hyler’s visit to Christ School was timely as this is Father-Son Weekend.
Coming into work every day not only feels like a privilege. It is a homecoming.
Christ School began the 2019-20 academic year with nine members of the Faculty and Staff who are alumni. While their roles vary, what bonds the men together is their love for a school that shaped them into who they are today.
Starting up something new can be daunting and does not suit everyone. Andrew King ’94 not only thinks the concept is appealing, he is excited to practice some of the same entrepreneurial methods he teaches in the classroom. The Christ School alumnus was hired in April to be the inaugural director of the Flemming Center of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Virginia’s Hampden-Sydney College.
Planes, trains, Ubers, and of course a trusty bike.
Director of College Guidance Kirk Blackard chose the mode of transportation that suited him accordingly but was mostly behind the handlebars July 7-13 for the 16th annual Tour d’Admission through New York.
Mr. Blackard will share the insight he gathered in the Empire State with Christ School families throughout the coming months and years.