The Cornerstone 8th Grade Girls basketball team won their first NAML Championship in convincing fashion with a 57-16 win over Notre Dame Academy. The Cougars win put an exclamation mark on an undefeated (13-0) season.
The Peachtree Corners school hosted professional illustrator, Michael P. White, for a special presentation about his field of work. Michael, who lives in Brookhaven, demonstrated his air-brush painting technique and had students participate in a hands-on drawing activity during the presentation. White, who is
Wesleyan fourth grade students took a virtual field trip this month with the Minnesota Vikings. Students from the Peachtree Corners college preparatory school participated in the NFL PLAY 60 Challenge Virtual Experience: Your Roadmap to a Healthy Heart. The program, a collaboration between Discovery Education, the
Nearly half of Cornerstone’s 7th grade qualified for the highly selective Duke University Talent Identification Program. Students had to score at or above the 95th percentile on accepted tests. Sixteen students are being recognized. Congratulations go to: Lucas Angulo, Nick Bowden, Alex Edgar, Ansley Edwards,
Ethan Moon of Dunwoody, Kelsey Rappe of Peachtree Corners, and Sutton West of Peachtree Corners, all earned the National Merit Semifinalist distinction. Only 1% of seniors (approximately 16,000 total) nationwide receive this recognition based on their PSAT scores. These students will now submit essays in
GACS names third president in 50 years Dr. David Fincher, the second President of Greater Atlanta Christian School (GAC), has announced that at the close of this historic 50th anniversary year, he will be stepping away from the school presidency effective July 1, 2018. Dr.
Cornerstone Christian Academy, located in Peachtree Corners, received a $500 donation from Siemens Corporation. Mrs. Melissa Dill, Lower School Principal, along with students, accepted the donation. “The Cornerstone community is grateful for the donation, but more importantly for the partnership with Siemens that brought hands-on
Wesleyan School recently announced community flag football league offers an opportunity for kindergarten through fifth grade boys and girls to learn the fundamentals of football in a fun, safe, and encouraging environment. “For the community, the league allows children to learn football skills, develop teamwork