Headmaster Reflections

Goodbye and God Bless

This morning I sit at my desk writing my last headmaster reflection. What does one say to a community of friends who have been his focus for 14 years? What is the last word, thought, exhortation, or prayer, I want to leave with you? Many thoughts run through my mind. In the end, it becomes… More

Practicing the Lost Art of Moderation Part 2

You may remember that last week I shared with you the growing problem our children are facing in a technology driven culture and the need for moderation. This week, I want to share specific things you as a parent would be wise to begin teaching your children at a very early age. As I said… More

Practicing the Lost Art of Moderation Part 1

I find myself in a very odd place in my life. As you know, I am retiring at the end of this school year. For 14 years I have written a Headmaster Reflection almost weekly in the school year. As I look back on that, I am not sure how I did that! Nevertheless, I… More

Headmaster Retirement

In the past two years, I would guess I have been asked at least 50 times, “When are you thinking about retiring?” On almost every occasion, that question was followed with some form of a statement saying, “I hope not before my child graduates!” Although humbled by those affirmations of my serving as Headmaster, I… More

The Teenage Smartphone Problem Is Worse Than You Think

At a certain moment last year, an uncomfortable silence took hold in my psychology classroom. I asked a young lady in my class a question. She is an excellent student. She is kind, insightful, a frequent participant in class discussions, and a remarkably hard worker. That day though, her mind was elsewhere. In perfect silence,… More


This morning I sit at my desk writing my last headmaster reflection. What does one say to a community of friends who have been his focus for 14 years? What
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