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Clapham Blog

Kolby Atchison

Kolby Atchison
Upper School Principal

Recent Posts

6 Core Values of A Christian Classical Education

As we begin the school year in a time filled with uncertainty and wildly fluctuating news reports regarding COVID-19, its dangers and how best to protect ourselves and our loved ones, we wanted to focus on a part of Clapham that is unchangeable and...

Encouragement from Our School Principal

Watch the video below for some encouragement from Mr. Atchison as we begin the 2020-2021 school year.

Receiving God’s Help in the New Year

The new year is quickly approaching and with it that predictable yet daunting question: “Are you making any new year’s resolutions this year?” 

5 Tips to Help High Schoolers Prep for Exams

With Thanksgiving not too far behind us and Christmas quickly approaching, it can be hard to resist singing along to the holiday favorite, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!


High school students on a semester calendar ending in December,...

How to Talk to Friends about Clapham School

Have you ever found yourself wanting to talk to your friends about the incredible education students are receiving at Clapham School, but you have trouble sharing the basics? You’re not alone! In our fast-paced world, it can be difficult to...

Diligence and Joy

Today I’m going to unpack the third aspect of our school’s mission, which states that “Clapham School inspires students with an education...approached with diligence and joy.

On Theology

Our culture is hungry for truth, or so it claims. From news headlines to commencement addresses to talk show discussions, the concerned demand for truth seems to be as a strong as ever. And yet, at the same time, there seems to be a daunting amount...

The Liberal Art of Dialectic (PT. 3)

In this blog article series we are exploring the trivium, the three arts of language, what Dorothy Sayers called the lost tools of learning. These arts are not subjects, that is, topics of study unto themselves, like American Government or Biology....