Honor’s Day was held this year on Tuesday, May 17th. As an administrator in charge of the this event I approach it with a business like intent. Order the medals, check, print the certificates, check, count out the exact number of gold cords, check, count out the exact number of graduate medals, check. But as a mom, I view the day with love, and honor. Our students have worked so hard not just this year but throughout their high school careers. Late nights of studying and preparing, sacrificing fun events to prepare for their AP exams and worrying for weeks, sometimes months, if they will be accepted into the college of their dreams. I appreciate all the blood, sweat and tears that is large part of those Honor’s Day smiles because I live it not only through my own children but through yours as well. Honor’s Day celebrates all their achievements so far. But for most, it is just the beginning, the start of so much more to come. We desire for our students to look back on their high school days as treasure the memories that they have made and the honors that have been bestowed on them. The greatest honor and opportunity being that of knowing, loving and serving our Lord Jesus Christ. It is a pleasure to work with each of our students and to assist in helping them as the work toward some of their greatest achievements.