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8th Graders Rocking Pali Challenges Featured Photo

8th Graders Rocking Pali Challenges

The pictures coming from the Pali institute show the Class of 2019 enjoying every minute. Phone free for over 48 hours, they met their challenges, shared experiences, and became closer than ever. Thanks again to Mr. Roman del Pozo for making this happen and sending such amazing pictures.
The Class of 2019 Makes it to Pali in Big Bear Featured Photo

The Class of 2019 Makes it to Pali in Big Bear

The 8th graders have begun their weekend of team building and hands-on learning in beautiful Big Bear at the Pali Institute. They were all smiles when they arrived at school on Friday with all their gear, even when they had to turn in their phones! This weekend is all about challenges, achieving goals, reflecting, and making real connections. They'll be hiking and zip-lining and working on character. School seems empty without them. God bless the class of 2019 and the courageous soul who made this all possible, the one and only Mr. Roman del Pozo.
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Congratulations to our "A" Football Team for Taking Us to the Playoffs

Once again our football team made it to the playoffs. They ended their regular season this year with a 5-1 record. Thanks to all the fans who supported our team and a special thanks to the man who coached and mentored this talented, hard-working bunch of players, Mr. Franklin Ferguson. God bless you all.

Student Showcase

Which Wicked 8th Graders Went for a Theme? Featured Photo

Which Wicked 8th Graders Went for a Theme?

What do you do if it's Halloween, your last Halloween with your Chapel classmates, and you want to do something memorable? Well you could do what Jade, Maya, Sophia, and Eva did-find a theme that symbolized both friendship and the path they traveled together. Then there's the way Brianna and Alyssa celebrated....sticking on mustaches and showing off their muscles with Mr. D.
Chapel's Griswold Family Makes Everyone Believe Featured Photo

Chapel's Griswold Family Makes Everyone Believe

Congratulations to the Griswold family for taking first place at the Knoxville Film Festival this month for their documentary short Belief. It's about the power of a young girl's belief in the Loch Ness Monster. Fourth grader Eva plays a starring role, and her younger sister Zoe can be seen in the film too. What a wonderful accomplishment.