Tonja Moore Brunn Class of 1989

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Students and faculty can all relate to the fact that when Calvary Day School is mentioned, the first thing they think of is family. Students in different grades become so close to one another that they soon become like brothers

Phillip Lee Class of 2003

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Phillip Lee has called Calvary home for as long as he can remember. It was and still is his second home. As a 2003 Calvary graduate, Phillip Lee, or known by most as Coach Lee, was a key part of

Calling All Cavaliers!

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Since our founding in 1961, over a half century ago, our mission has not changed. At Calvary Day School, we aim to develop the whole student, preparing students for today, college, and beyond. Our mission is to develop the whole

Blake Jones Class of 2007


Blake Jones was a staple at Calvary throughout his years as a student.  He was a key member of the varsity basketball and baseball teams.  During his basketball career at Calvary he racked up all region honors twice and was

Audrey Nelson Class of 2011


This is where dreams come true!

Ms. Audrey Nelson’s dream came true when she began her job at Walt Disney World as an imagineer. It takes a lot of determination and passion to succeed, which is exactly what she had.

Laurie Gaylord ℅ 1990


The first thing I think of when I hear the word Calvary is Family. Calvary has one of the best environments that a child or young adult can flourish in. It’s like a second family. You have a place and

Michelle Edenfield Davis ℅ 1986


Very few people live out their high school years to the full potential. Personally, I did not live those years thinking about life after high school like I should have. That was not the case for Calvary Day School class