An End-of-Year Message from Bobby Scott
The presence of Christ has sustained us this year.
BY Bobby Scott, Headmaster
As we have moved through spring, the fragrance of flowers and emerging fruit is prolific. This aroma reminds us of the presence of Christ that has sustained us this year in times of pruning and abiding. We are in the tender hands of the Vinedresser. May the coming months be fruitful, as together we abide in His love in precious time with our families. Congratulations to our graduates and prayer for full joy in the coming school year.
May we grow in admiration for a man like Dr. King, who courageously gave his life pursuing a level of change where people of all races could embrace our Savior with equal dignity and learn to love one another.
We need to hear our daughters’ thoughts to love them well and honor who they are.
Maybe winter is a time for us to be like His creation and die to the things of this world to make room for new life in the springtime that is coming.
May you be encouraged this Advent season. May the God of peace bring you comfort in the midst of your storm. May you remember the King has come, still reigns, and is coming again to deliver us.
Those eight years at Perimeter School developed roots in my heart that would not break in the years that followed.
What would our covenant community look like if we modeled it more and more after Jesus?
Teaching our children how to wisely size up other people begins with teaching them to rightly size up themselves.
The biggest thank you we can receive is to see children display the patriotism and love for our country that we as veterans hold so dearly. Knowing that the sacrifices we made have not been in vain as the next is a generation is being raised up gives us hope.
Perimeter School has given us a huge family of believers who have impacted our story in so many ways. The covenant community continues to bless us even in our new life as husband and wife.
The call to covenant education stands as the bedrock of our history and has been supported by Charlotte Mason’s educational philosophy.