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The Green and Gold

February 21, 2018
1st Week in Lent

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A Message from the Head of School
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Ways to Support the Spring Gala
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Seeking Summer Ambassadors
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David Sullivan: Nat'l Merit Finalist, STAR Student
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Ordering Class Photos
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Register for Summer Camps
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From the Writer-in-Residence: What is Academic Freedom?
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US, PS Celebrate Chinese New Year
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Roma Raises $8,000 for Seniors
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Nominate a Teacher for the Cura Personalis Award
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Inspiratio Presents Christopher Check, 2/25
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Inspiratio Presents Lou Judd, 2/26
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State of the School Address, 2/28
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Varsity Basketball Wins Region, Hosts State
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Spring Tennis for Moms
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Volunteer, Shop at the Book Fair
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Cultural Arts Presents Seussome Twosome, 2/28
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4th Quarter Cougar Hour Registration
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Security Gates Now Active
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Nicaea Sends 43 MP3 Players to Troops
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Planning for 2018-19 Classes With Your Student
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Use Bark to Manage Student Social Media
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Permission to Monitor Google Classroom
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Managing Student Cell Phones
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Silent Boys Retreat This Weekend
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25-Hour Marriage Getaway
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Unbound: A Retreat for 5th-8th Grade Boys
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KOC Weekly Lenten Fish Frys

Welcome from Dr. Edward Lindekugel

On behalf of the faculty, staff, students, and alumni who comprise the Holy Spirit Preparatory School, I welcome you to our family!

Holy Spirit Preparatory School is a pre-K2 through 12th grade Catholic college prep school that partners with parents to create an environment where our students maximize their God-given potential academically, humanly, and spiritually. Our curriculum is built upon the 2000+ year rock-solid educational foundation of the Catholic Church, with an emphasis on developing independent critical thought and decision making. 

Holy Spirit Preparatory is one of the top schools in the nation, recognized on the Cardinal Newman Society best Catholic schools list. The class of 2020 included students matriculating into Harvard, Georgia Tech, The University of Georgia, Villanova, Georgetown, the University of North Carolina, to name a few.  Our curriculum and schedule allows students to participate in the arts and athletics, while maintaining rigor and balance in their lives. 

Holy Spirit’s renewed commitment to phonics, handwriting, multiplication tables, sentence diagramming, Greek and Latin roots, logic, the classics, and so much more contribute to an unparalleled educational foundation for our students. In high school, students learn how to think through a base of classical education while preparing for the 21st century with specific tracks available in engineering, computer science, visual and performing arts, and classical liberal arts. The shared commitment with parents is to prepare our students to go out into the world not simply to succeed in it, but to change it for the better. 

We want our families and students to desire to be a part of something bigger than themselves - something that places the challenges of life in proper perspective; God first, then neighbor, and lastly, self.

Dr. Edward J. Lindekugel

Head of School

 

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