September 14, 2015 | Mary Gooseman |
In its inaugural year, the House System has developed from an imagined concept to a tangible part of daily life in Upper School. Administration, faculty and students have taken great initiative in planning for a successful first year. At its core, the Royal House System was developed to provide the “community climate” and organizational structure that foster healthy relationships, community spirit, and personal well-being.
Each House was named for a prominent Christian figure in history, ranging from Athanasius who was born in 296 to Elisabeth Elliot who was born in 1926. Colors and mottos were used to develop crests that will be displayed on apparel and other house items. Learn more about the Upper School Royal House System online.