Jane Dearing

Dear Parents,

Have you reflected lately on the personal goals you are considering for your children's education? Do you imagine the person they will become five, ten, or fifteen years from today?

In the midst of our busyness with school, extra-curriculars, and church activities, we can become slaves to the immediate. The tyranny of the urgent often blurs our vision of what God is doing in the lives of our young people.

Many years ago, around 530 B.C. captive Israeli youths were being prepared for the future as well. Daniel 1:4 gives us the image of an ancient time and regime which called out young men who were "showing aptitude for every kind of learning, well informed, quick to understand, and qualified to serve in the king's palace."

It is our vision that Covenant Classical School would also produce students similar to those who lived as exiles in Babylon. Their culture was dark. They were not.

Join us in prayer for a generation who would walk in knowledge, understanding, and wisdom. We want students committed and called to bring Glory to God in word and deed, and likewise, worthy to serve in the King's palace.

Jane Dearing
Co-Head of School

Stephanie Prince

Welcome, Parents!

If we had a just few minutes to sit down over a cup of coffee and discuss what makes Covenant Classical School such a unique and wonderful option for you to consider, I would sum it all up with these words:  We are a loving community, and we are a place where students learn to love the good.

At Covenant, your children will be loved by our faculty and staff as a reflection of God’s love for them. The culture on this campus is one of encouragement and family-like connection.  Spend a few hours here and you will see this play out in countless different ways: the warm and cheerful atmosphere in the classrooms, the way our teachers consistently take the time to gently correct children when they make mistakes and rejoice with them in their successes, the friendly relationships apparent in the hallways, where older students greet younger ones with high fives and hugs, the athletic games where good sportsmanship and respect are found among our athletes and fans, the mentoring relationships that develop between our upper school faculty and the young men and women they teach.  The love in this place is God’s heart for all of us. And, along with lots of prayer, it’s essential to who we are as a school.

But not only will your children be loved at Covenant, they will be taught how to love that which is good.  A classical Christian school like ours is purposeful in shaping a child’s affections toward a love of the true, the good, and the beautiful.  This theme energizes all that we do, from K4 to 12th grade.  In a world where the false and the counterfeit run rampant, we teach our students that there is truth and they can know it, and we invite them to respect and love that which is good.  

We pray that our students will become passionate followers of Christ, ready for all that He will call them to be!

Stephanie Prince
Co-Head of School