Middle and high school students will be members of one of four houses. Our Houses are part of our service learning program in which students build community across grade levels, organize social events, serve in student leadership, mentor younger students, compete as houses for points, and engage in service with the broader community.
The Nehemiah Fellowship, which is built on the premise that character and skills are necessary for effective leadership, will be available to students serving in leadership roles within their Houses. The Barnabas Buddy program allows older students to connect and shepherd Enrichment students over an entire year, with special visits and surprises.
Named for Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Colors: Green (hope and joy) and blue (truth and loyalty)
Crest: Symbols include a cross (the Christian faith), sitting wolves (courage and guardianship), and crescent moons (serenity and peace)
Motto: Unitas in Deum, pax in perturbante.
Named for Eric Liddell
Colors: Red (nobility and courage) and gold (generosity)
Crest: Symbols include a lion (strength and courage), an open book (learning God’s word), a medal with a cross (victory in Christ), and lightning bolts (swiftness and power)
Motto: Curremus et non deficiemus.
Named for Saint Teresa of Calcutta
Colors: White (peace and serenity) and blue (truth and loyalty).
Crest: Symbols include an anchor (hope), a lamb (faith, innocence, gentleness, purity and resolute spirit), a heart (goodness and sincerity), and a cross (the Christian faith)
Motto: Fidelis amor in parvis rebus.