Congratulations to the 8th grade who won this year’s school-wide Metaphysical Pursuit Championship! They played the final against the 9th grade in a match that was neck in neck until the end!
March Madness if a family friendly basketball game to raise money for student events. Faculty, alumni, and coaches form a team and play against the varsity boys’ team. At halftime, seventh and eighth graders compete in a knockout tournament and graduating senior athletes are honored.
Epitaphs for the Journey (Book Recommendation) Summer moths collect still at the windows.Then leaves & winter ice. Then summer mothsagain. from “The Gods Who Come Among Us in the Guise of Strangers,” Paul Mariani For me, when I’m really in a poem, it’s the same as being in the middle of a prayer. It really […]
Today, during metaphysical pursuit, the 8th Grade defeated the 12th Grade to advance! Daily Double: Can you name the three dwarves killed in the battle of the five armies?
Encounter the power of poetry to move the human heart and bring us more deeply into contact with reality in the latest essay from Veritas Journal. “I’ll tell you about despair, mine.” A Tribute to Mary Oliver I was sitting at home, coffee in hand, when one of those breaking news articles popped up at […]
Come out and support our varsity basketball teams as they take on Trinity Christian School this afternoon. Varsity girls play at 4:30 p.m. at TCS, followed by the varsity boys at 7:15 p.m. LET’S GO TEMPEST!
Can you really color any map with only four colors so that no country shares a border with a country of the same color? Find out in Veritas Journal’s first book recommendation! Four Colors Suffice: How the Map Problem Was Solved (Book Recommendation) It is a simple problem. How many colors are needed to color […]