Faculty & Staff


Have we Changed?



have we changed

You know how social media is, what is REAL news and what is fake news? With the emergence of the University of South Carolina’s basketball run to the Final 4, their Head Coach Frank Martin has received a lot of

The Importance of Student Travel



Student Travel

There are so many important facets to a well-rounded education, and I believe that travel experiences are a key component. It is so critical to provide students an opportunity to see history, culture, and science come off the pages of

Life is like a box of chocolates..



Chocolates

College decisions are being received daily during this time of year. Some of the decisions bring wonderful news, while others tears of disappointment. So often I hear students say – I thought I did everything right – I earned the

REACHING FOR YOUR “STAR COLLEGE”



Star College

I found the article below as I was searching for new college admissions info and strategies and really enjoyed the message.  So often students and parents enter the college admissions process with a do or die mentally.  But – Mrs.

Calvary’s SPAL Champs!



 

8th Grade Spal Champs 17

It was a another great year for Calvary middle school basketball. Basketball season concluded this past week and once again all of our teams did very well.

Our fifth and sixth grade girls team, coached by Andrea Turner, improved

TED Talks With the Medical Magnet Class



Medical Magnet

For the past four years, I have had the pleasure of teaching the Medical Magnet class at Calvary. Each year I am extremely excited to have a new group of seniors that are not only great academic students but also

Calvary Radicals Win First Place at the Georgia Southern Math Tournament



Math Team

On Saturday, February 25, our high school math team, the Calvary Radicals, competed in the Georgia Southern Math Tournament. In our division, there were 102 students comprising 40 teams from around Georgia competing for trophies given to individuals and teams.

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