“There is only a half step difference between the champions and those who finish on the bottom. And much of that half step is mental.”-Tom Landry

Gossage Cup






Today: Piper Berini 

Yesterday: Mr. Hughes


The following students demonstrated teamwork and passion when they represented the Model United Nations team at the CHARMUN VIII Conference over the weekend at Charlotte Country Day School: Cole Frei, Isabella Friedli (Committee Co-Chair), Annalise Leck, Jacques Leleux, Dhanvi Movva, Saiya Patel, Sajan Patel, Maddie Rizzo, Elias Simon, Ashmi Trivedi, and Max Wolff.

Dane Crandall demonstrated INTEGRITY when he pointed out a grading error in his favor to a teacher. Way to go, Dane!

Leo Kohlhepp demonstrated RESPECT when he pointed out an error in the online grade book to a teacher. Well done, Leo!

Sun Lee demonstrated a PASSION for history when he spent his World Language drop period sitting in on a a different history class than his own, and even answered questions correctly! Way to go, Sun!

***Congratulation to the following Model UN delegates who earned recognition from their committee chairs:


Annalise Leck-    Outstanding Delegate Award

Jacques Leleux- Outstanding Delegate Award

Elias Simon-        Best Delegate Award

Ashmi Trivedi-   Outstanding Delegate Award

Attention Juniors! The Governor’s School of North Carolina is a multi-week summer residential program for gifted and talented high school students, integrating academic disciplines, the arts, and unique courses on each of two college campuses. Students can take interesting courses during the summer and spend several weeks experiencing college life. To learn more about the application process and deadlines, please join the College Counseling Team in the Cube TODAY during lunch for a lunch and learn. 

Big Brothers Big Sisters is a national mentoring organization.  Its mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1 to 1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Would you like to offer friendship, guidance and support to a child?  Here is how YOU can help.  We are currently in need of mentors (Bigs) at our site based program at the Cabarrus County Boys and Girls Club.  Below is the criteria:

  • You need to be at least 16 years old
  • You need to be able to commit to at least to 15 months of service
  • You need to be able to serve (1) hour per week

Complete the following google form if you are interested in learning more/participating in this opportunity:

Become a Big and make a difference in child’s life!


All Upper School Students: The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) is hosting a series of virtual college fairs. Follow this link to learn more.

Upcoming Events:


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