My daughter, Katelin, is an ultra marathoner and once said to me that when you distance run, "Don't look at the finish line, just run the mile that you are in." Through this current unique season of quarantine learning, it is our hope that Cornerstone parents and students have been able to quickly move past the anxious starting line and settle into an individual pace.
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Do you ever find yourself entertained by reading bumper stickers on the vehicles you may see on the highway? I often wonder if the message on the bumper sticker(s) really describes the person in the vehicle.
We are challenged to look backward AND forward: looking backward as we remember God's blessings and faithfulness as exhibited through the obedient men and women who pioneered the educational ministry at Cornerstone, and looking forward with plans to continue school progress while remaining true to our mission and purpose.
Our family is celebrating a God-sized miracle this Christmas! As your family celebrates this Christmas, I pray that each of you are renewed in your wonder at the miracle of Jesus' birth, his life, death and resurrection - the Savior!.
We had many experiences with our seventh graders at the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont last week. One especially memorable moment was the "I am from..." exercise.
Head of School Marsha Robbins shares with Cornerstone families each month. Follow her blogs to understand what makes our University-Model® school so unique.