The Classical School Blog, Week of May 18th


Parents, please take a moment to mark your calendars. The following are important dates that you do not want to miss:

A Message from Sarah Donovan, Principal of Extended Educational Programs

The excitement and emotions of graduation have wrapped around us at The First Academy. It is a time of reflection and nostalgia of taking the great leap into college. As our seniors at The Classical School, The First Hope, and The First Academy’s 5 Day program take the walk toward their future on Friday night, I am reminded of what inspired me at that age. My dad often wrote quotes inside special books or cards during milestone moments of my life. Here is the quote he wrote to me as I began my journey to college, “The journey between what you once were and who you are now becoming is where the dance of life really takes place.” To the graduating seniors: enjoy the dance, be strong Christian leaders as you enter these new journeys, and take advantage of opportunities to travel and experience this beautiful world. To all our Extended Educational Program families, please join me in praying for the Class of 2018. We are so proud of you all!

A Message from Joe Fana,  Principal of The Classical School

Congratulations Seniors! We are so proud of your accomplishments and wish you the best in your future endeavors!

TCS Senior Stats



Spring Presentation

The last day of school ended with our annual Spring Presentation, which included celebrating our youngest and oldest students, and even those in between! Kindergarten students looked adorable in their cap and gown as we watched their graduation. Seniors received a gift from Dr. Whitaker and a TCS medallion for graduation, and 8th graders received a gift and blessing from Mrs. Crawford. We also had many other students recognized for academic achievements. Congratulations to all students!

TCS 8th grade students were recognized at the Spring Presentation. Seniors were recognized at the TCS Spring Presentation.    TCS Kindergarten graduation.



Library Closure

All library books are due to the Boyd Moline Library by Friday, May 19th to avoid incurring a lost book charge.

Library Closed 

The Boyd Moline Library will be closed May 22nd-24th.

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