Correct Figer Award Nomination Link

Please use this link to submit nominations for this year's Figer Distinguished Teacher Award. The link was incorrect in Thursday's weekly newsletter. Thank you!
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Correct Figer Award Nomination Link

Please use this link to submit nominations for this year's Figer Distinguished Teacher Award. The link was incorrect in Thursday's weekly newsletter. Thank you!
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Now in its 34th year, St. Michael's Catholic Academy, a premier, independent, co-ed high school, remains committed to serving families seeking an authentic college preparatory education. In an exclusively 9th-12th grade learning environment, St. Michael's offers a full complement of academic courses, outstanding arts and athletics, a diverse and talented student body, and an engaged parent community. Dedicated faculty and staff ensure each St. Michael’s student reaches his or her full potential morally, intellectually, physically, and spiritually. St. Michael's is currently accredited by AdvancED and TCCED.

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  • Major Dates for School Year 2018-2019

    Aug 1, 2018
    Fall Sports Begin
    Aug 2-3
    College Boot Camp for Seniors
    Aug 13-14
    First Day of School & Retreat for 9th Grade
    Aug 14
    Grades 10-12 IDs, Photos & Schedules
    Aug 15
    Classes Begins for ALL Students
    Nov 19-23
    Thanksgiving Holiday Break
    Dec 24-Jan 7, 2019
    Christmas Holiday Break
    Mar 18-22
    Spring Break
    May 25
    Graduation
    May 31
    Last Day of School
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2013-17 Sample College Acceptances

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  • Seeing and Being Seen: Aesthetics and Environmental Philosophy (By Dr. Joshua Coleman, Philosophy & World Religions Instructor)

    "...nature brings us, as so often happens throughout the Old and New Testaments, unique experiences of God’s presence and communication."

    A few years ago, I delivered a paper in Dallas at the Southwest Conference of the American Academy of Religion entitled, “The Noetics of Poverty in the Paintings of Vincent van Gogh.” The paper touched on issues of aesthetics in Van Gogh’s work, that conceptions of beauty radically differed between those rich and poor he was asked to paint. At the close of the conference I was contacted by a publisher, Rowman and Littlefield, and asked if I wanted to create an edited volume surrounding some of the issues of that paper.

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