It’s the time of year that’s packed with graduation ceremonies and parties! To ease the minds and calendars of Clapham School parents, we’ve packed a number of important graduation moments into one event we call Recognition Night.
By Doug Reynolds, Head of School
The ideas and principles that underpin Western Civilization date back to the days of Ancient Greece. The city state of Athens (and others) embraced the idea of democracy as early as the sixth century BC. In Greece,...
by Julie Reynolds, Director of Instruction for Upper School and Middle School
Really? An A+?
"Christian schools are notorious for grade inflation." That’s the message a colleague and I received at a college counseling conference last Spring....
By Heather Hagenberg, College Placement Director
With this year’s Class Nine begins the launching of the long-anticipated Clapham Upper School. Though our first graduating class is three and a half years away, our Upper School is fully planned...
By Mr. Barney, Latin Teacher
Latin is often referred to as a dead language. At one level, of course, this captures a vital truth that students and adults alike are apt to forget: all the native speakers of Latin are long dead.