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Established in 1928, Highland School is an independent, co-educational day school serving students from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12. Located in Warrenton, Virginia, our scenic 42-acre campus is ideally situated between Washington, D.C. and Shenandoah Nat... more.
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Highland's Gary Leake named VIAAA Athletic Administrator of the Year Celebrating twenty years at Highland in 2016, Coach Leake is recognized by Virginia's largest athletic organization for his work on and off the field. In between coaching basketball, substituting as a Middle School referee, emceeing Highland's beloved Spirit Week, handing out state championship honors, coordinating college signings, and tackling the overall job of Highland School's Athletic Director, Gary Leake was recently named the VIAAA (Virginia Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association) Independent School Athletic Administrator of the Year Award for 2016. "While I am indebted to Gary for the work he has done at Highland," said Head of School Hank Berg, "it is because of his contributions to the Delaney Athletic Conference and, thereby to the state, that I believe he deserves this recognition. Leake will be honored at state conference in April Leake, Highland's Athletic Director for nearly two decades, will travel to Richmond, Va., in April to accept the award at the 2016 VIAAA State Conference. "I am incredibly honored to have been chosen for this award," Leake said. "Gary's service to the Delaney Athletic Conference, Highland School and the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association shows his commitment to our profession and to student athletes. "We are not a win at all cost school, but have developed a method that emphasizes the quality of the experience over the quantity of wins and losses," said Leake. "I truly believe that, through participation, Highland student athletes have the opportunity to gain life-long lessons in areas including self-discipline, work ethic, character, time management, commitment and personal training habits." "In the world of independent schools, it is rare for the Athletic Director and the Chief Academic Officer to work so closely together," said Assistant Head of School and Upper School Director Cassin Bertke. "It is possible at Highland because Gary recognizes that academics must always come first, and he sends a clear message to our athletes about the importance of scholarship and sportsmanship in the world of athletics. I feel lucky to work with such a dedicated and well-grounded colleague, and I cannot imagine anyone more deserving of this recognition." Leake has worked as a coach and Athletic Director for 30 years Gary graduated from Shepherd College in 1985, where he was an All-Conference baseball player for the Rams. Within his long career in school athletics, Gary has coached seven different sports in both public and private school systems. He has served as Athletic Director at Highland since 1996. Gary has held an administrative position with the Delaney Athletic Conference for 14 years, the past nine as the league's president. He is also the founder of the state's coed golf tournament and serves on several state committees.
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"I am very proud of where our program is today, as well as where it is headed," said Gary Leake, Highland's Athletic Director.
"I view the success of our Upper School athletic program as a partnership between student athletes, coaches, teachers, parents, and school personnel. At Highland, we are not a "win at all cost" school, but have developed a method that emphasizes the quality of the experience over the quantity of wins and losses." "I believe that, through participation, our student athletes have the opportunity to gain life lessons in such areas as self discipline, work ethic, character, time management, commitment and personal training habits." "I believe that, through participation, our student athletes have the opportunity to gain life lessons in such areas as self discipline, work ethic, character, time management, commitment and personal training habits," Coach Leake continued. • Meet Highland's Athletic Director Gary Leake View our Admission Overview
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