Academy of the Sacred Heart
Now in its third century, the Academy of the Sacred Heart welcomes Timothy Horner as the 46th Head of School while it celebrates the 50th anniversary of going co-ed. A Catholic, independent school open to children of all faiths, PK3-8th grade, students are educated and inspired to become courageous, confident leaders. “As a new member of the Academy community, I am grateful for the kindness and care of our students and have felt warmly welcomed by all constituents," says Tim. "The values of our school are strong because of the character of our students.”
The Fulton School
The Fulton School: independent, coeducational, Montessori-based; 18 months-12th grade. The school embodies a sense of belonging and safety because students are known, understood and engaged. Experienced teachers foster confidence, philanthropy, and a deep love of learning through independence, initiative, service, and child-centered teaching focused on hands-on learning, critical thinking, and character growth. "I’m grateful to work, grow and learn in a community that has deep joy, compassion and commitment to the nurture and education of children,” says Head of School Kara Fulton Douglass. “Intelligent, dynamic, creative students and adults surround and inspire me every day. It’s an honor and a gift."
Christian Brothers College High School
Christian Brothers College: a Catholic, Lasallian high school committed to the academic, spiritual and moral development of every young man. An inclusive community prepares students for success in college and for lives of leadership and service. Elite faculty and a state-of-the-art campus provide innovative learning opportunities. Forty-five courses allow students to earn 4,260 hours of college credit. More than $4 million in academic scholarships and tuition assistance is available. “Members of our community constantly give of themselves to make the CBC Experience valuable for our students,” says Tim Seymour, principal. “I'm incredibly thankful for their commitment, and proud their work was recently honored when our school was named a Cognia Accreditation School of Distinction, an award given to only 96 schools in the world.”