School Board recently appointed William N. Pevey
to lead the organization in implementing its new vision, "To Infuse the Next Generation with a Biblical Worldview.
Read about this and other new developments at Covenant
for the 2012-2013 school year...
In the Book of Revelation, the Bible promises that God will make everything new again.
Covenant Classical Christian School
is experiencing this promise first-hand with the announcement of a new Head Administrator and the continued revitalization of their campus this summer.
The School Board recently appointed William N. Pevey
to lead the school to implement its new vision, "To Infuse the Next Generation with a Biblical Worldview.
has been part of the Christian School movement since the 1980s.
served most recently as Headmaster of Curtis Baptist Christian School
in Augusta, Georgia where he
guided the school to renew their philosophy and mission and emphasize stronger academics.
These are among his
goals at Covenant
in addition to bringing a new spirit of unity among parents, faculty, staff, and students.
Prior to serving at Curtis, Pevey was also the Headmaster of Christian Schools in Watauga, Texas, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Athens, Georgia.
A graduate of the University of Texas at El Paso and Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Pevey has completed post- graduate coursework in Educational Administration at Texas A & M University and is certified as a Superintendent by the Association of Christian Schools International.
is such a blessing to us.
We are thankful that God has provided us a new Head Administrator with both passion and vision for Christian education and the experience to help students, teachers, and families glorify God through their endeavors."
As for the campus revitalization taking place, Pevey
was seen working side by side with parents, students, teachers, and members of Covenant Presbyterian Church on Saturday, July 14, to help bring about the campus transformation.