Headmaster Reflections

You Are Not Invisible

One of my most vivid memories as a child was climbing up in a mimosa tree. Our neighbor’s front yard was lined with several, and he had given me permission to climb any of them. I loved the smell of the blossoms in the summer, but I loved even more that I was invisible to… More

Who Really Makes the Difference In Our Lives?

You don’t have to actually answer the questions. Just read it straight through, and you will get the point. Name the five wealthiest people in the world. Name the last five Heisman trophy winners. Name the last five winners of the Miss America contest. Name ten people who have won the Nobel or Pulitzer Prize.… More

Rich In Every Way

Given the economic hard times that people have faced over the past few years, it is important to remember as we start school this year that God is the provider. Like many families, our school is facing an economic challenge as we start this new school year. As a school, BCS gave close to $100,000… More

Pauses of Grace

Most of my adult life has been spent living at too fast a pace — little sleep, less rest, and an incessant demand to keep moving. Boredom was a cardinal sin. Wasting time was both cowardly and irresponsible (even though I do more than I want to admit!). Dare to do something, anything, just don’t… More

Coping with Homework Horrors

Even if your child is an excellent student, you can’t assume that he/she will always dutifully do his homework. One day she may eagerly attend to her schoolwork and the next she might be obsessed with sports and being on the computer. Here are some helpful tips that can help tame wandering minds during those… More


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