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McCallie's Future Business Leaders of America start 2017 strong

Posted by McCallie Communications and Marketing on February 22, 2017

The McCallie chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America has had a busy and efficient start to 2017.

On Feb. 2, ten members of the club went to Knoxville to compete in the regional FBLA competition, while three other members took a test before the event.

All thirteen members who took part in the regional competition were top finalists in their respective event and were invited to compete in the state tournament that will be held in Chattanooga.

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Topics: students, Student Organizations, public purpose, FBLA

The Power of Integrity

Posted by Faculty Contributor on September 08, 2011

By Jim Carlone
Faculty Advisor to the Senate

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Topics: First Person, honor, honor code, integrity, Posts from the Ridge, students, O Captain! My Captain!

The Quiet Library Evolution

Posted by Faculty Contributor on February 25, 2011

By Beth Reardon

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Topics: Technology, First Person, learning, library, research, Posts from the Ridge, students, Upper School Life

Talent and Ownership

Posted by Billy Faires on January 31, 2011

A 13-year-old boy attempts the daring feat of solving three Rubik’s Cubes in under three minutes, as classic rock music blares in the background. A packed house of parents, teachers and students -- lots of students -- follow his adventure, first with bemused skepticism and then, as the silly-seeming feat approaches a nail-biting conclusion, with increasing rapture and enthusiasm.

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Topics: Campus Life, creative, music, Posts from the Ridge, students, talent

Taking the Initiative

Posted by Faculty Contributor on November 12, 2010

The following is excerpted from a speech given at the fall inductions of McCallie's senior leadership organization, Keo-Kio.

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Topics: First Person, friendship, leadership, organizations, Posts from the Ridge, students, O Captain! My Captain!

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