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.Read More
McCallie once again excelled in Advanced Placement exams over the past year, with results significantly stronger than state and national norms and with scores unmatched in the region. Most notably, 13 students — including five current seniors in the Class of 2018 — were awarded the highest honor of National AP Scholar for earning 4 or higher on eight or more AP exams and having an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams.Read More
McCallie School’s student body and faculty gathered on the Spencer J. McCallie III Quadrangle to begin the 2017-18 school year.
Headmaster Lee Burns ’87 opened the Convocation ceremony by reminding the student body of the value of McCallie and the importance of shared values. He encouraged the boys to take risks during the coming school year and stretch themselves academically, physically, socially, and spiritually while supporting and accepting the differences and diversity that make McCallie special.Read More
On Thursday, April 20, the TEPS leadership organization at McCallie inducted 22 students for membership in the sophomore leadership organization for the 2017-18 school year during an induction ceremony in the Chapel.
TEPS is the school’s leadership organization for sophomores who have demonstrated spirit, service and leadership on campus. These characteristics are seen on athletic teams, on musical stages, in clubs, in organizations, in publications or in the theater.
The group is named for Dr. Thomas Edwards Peck Woods who taught at McCallie and served as associate headmaster from 1921 to 1948. During his time at McCallie, Dr. Woods’ name was synonymous with spirit, service and leadership, and TEPS exists to recognize and nurture those values.Read More
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.Read More
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