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Keo-Kio accepts 10 new members during 2017 Fall Induction ceremony

Posted by McCallie Communications and Marketing on November 07, 2017

Keo-Kio, McCallie’s preeminent senior leadership organization, welcomed 10 new members from the Class of 2018 to join the group in a Chapel ceremony November 3, 2017.

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Topics: leadership, McCallie School, Upper School Life, Keo-Kio

TEPS celebrates 60th anniversary of founding with induction of 16 new sophomore members for Fall 2017

Posted by McCallie Communications and Marketing on October 30, 2017

On Friday, October 27, 2017, the TEPS leadership organization at McCallie inducted 16 students for membership in the sophomore leadership organization for the 2017-18 school year during an induction ceremony in the Chapel.

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Topics: leadership, McCallie School, TEPS, sophomores

Caves

Posted by Billy Faires on May 16, 2016

Duncan Moore '16 is the first senior in 13 years to be named Valedictorian of his class and also receive the Grayson Medal, the highest award the school offers, honoring the student who most singularly represents the ideals and qualities sought in a McCallie Man. Mr. Moore will attend Yale University in the fall. The transcript of his address at Commencement is below.

This year, about a week before school started, all the Pressly RAs came to campus to prepare for the incoming class of freshman. Half of each day was spent in constructive activities, learning how to approach messy rooms, smelly laundry, and unruly 15-year-olds.

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Topics: Campus Life, caving, commencement, First Person, friendship, graduation, leadership, relationships, The Runway Perspective (Seniors), spelunking, Upper School Life, valedictorian, valedictory address

A lifetime of education

Posted by Jim Tanner on April 15, 2016

Middle School Head Lynn Goss reflects on his career in education. This piece can be seen in the Fall/Winter 2015 issue of McCallie Magazine.

Where has the time gone?

Isn’t this the question we continue to ask ourselves as we grow older?

As our children begin their journey to adulthood, we continue to be amazed how quickly the time passes. One day they are starting school; the next they are graduating.

Retirement? Isn’t that something that we often talk about, but we think that it will never arrive?

We won’t ever be that old, will we? Last year, I heard a quote that rang true for me at this point in my life/career. “The days are long, but the years are short.” This statement from author Gretchen Rubin sums up how I feel at this point in my life.

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Topics: Campus Life, character, duty, administration, First Person, leadership, learning, middle school, retirement, Posts from the Ridge, O Captain! My Captain!, teachers, teaching

Mac Caldwell Thrives at U.S. Air Force Academy

Posted by Jim Tanner on December 07, 2015

As the approximately 4,000 United States Air Force Academy cadets stood at their tables awaiting permission to sit and begin their noon meal in late August at the Academy’s campus in Colorado Springs, Colo., McCallie alumnus Mac Caldwell ’12 stepped to the podium with somber news for his classmates.

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Topics: air force academy, Alumni News, character, duty, college, honor code, leadership, military service, responsibility, service academies

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