Last week at our inaugural Spark Symposium, we reveled in the blessing
God has poured out on the original idea. Students throughout campus were
engaged in practical, innovative, hands-on expressions of their Concentration.
Under the skillful guidance of our Concentration Deans and seminar teachers,
students were performing their art, displaying their art, demonstrating
emergency response skills, getting us to empathize with the plight of
refugees, pitching start-up businesses, signing their literary prices,
and showcasing their skill in coding and engineering for the more than
[Click Here For Photos From The Spark Symposium.]
Parents and other adults were blown away by the breadth and depth of their
mastery at such young ages. I personally was walking on cloud nine as
I saw the unfolding of this innovative, future-oriented, student-centered,
teacher-inspired, value-adding educational experience. I am so proud of
Concentrations Provost Ray Endacott, the Deans (Natalie Taylor, Tim Ellis,
John Khouri, Mark Bates, Lauren Ring, and Shelly Raub), and the seminar
teachers who made this experience so profound.
We have a very, very cool school! To God be the glory.
Head of School