Covenant News

Cut-A-Thon Gives Back to Covenant Family

On May 18, Covenant Upper School students held a Cut-A-Thon, an event which helped raise money for Covenant family Dave and Mara Roberts. Fifteen people cut or shaved their hair (hair was donated to Beautiful Lengths in association with the American Cancer Society) and over $2700 was raised to help the Roberts’ family. Thank you… Read more »

National College Decision Day

May 1 was National College Decision Day and seniors celebrated with a map pinning ceremony and a college gear reveal! Our soon-to-be Covenant graduates will be walking on these campuses in just a few short months: Bridgewater College Calvin College Christopher Newport University Clemson University College of William & Mary Davidson College Furman University Gardner-Webb… Read more »

Four Covenant Students Accepted to Summer Residential Governor’s School

The Summer Residential Governor’s School is a prestigious opportunity offering intense educational and experiential learning in several areas of study for high schoolers throughout the state of Virginia. This July, three Covenant students will be attending Governor’s School programs at sponsoring university campuses. Charlotte Hendrix ‘16 and Georgia Castleman ‘16 have been accepted into the… Read more »

Students Partner with Local Artist

Javier Lorenzo, aka “Chicho”, is a Spanish artist with a mission. As the creative director of Charlottesville’s IX Art Park, he wants people to experience art and beauty everywhere they go. Born in a small town outside of Madrid, Chicho says the vibrance and passion of the Spanish culture is a great influence on his work…. Read more »

Covenant Names New Varsity Boys Basketball Coach

The Covenant Administration and Athletic Department are pleased to announce the hiring of Brooks Berry as the next Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach. Coach Berry will continue in his role as Covenant Athletic Director with a strong emphasis on growing the girls and boys athletic programs at the school. The Department is near completion of… Read more »