The Class of 1995 decided the school needed a rock that students could paint for homecoming each year. Headmaster William Stacey, however, was not happy with the prospect of turning over the landscape gardens to student artistic expression. Class representatives decided to get their own rock and took a trip to Rockydale Quarries to find the right one. When the driver arrived on campus two days later with the 15 ton rock, there was much discussion about the proper location. The driver warned the students that regardless of what they decide, “She stays where she lays.” He pulled up over the curb and placed it near the freshly painted football field, where she lays to this day.
Twenty-nine Students Earn “AP Scholar” Designation by the College Board
In May 2014, over sixty of our juniors and seniors "sat" for over two-hundred Advanced Placement Exams. Twenty-nine students, representing 36% of the Class of 2014 and 2015 combined, earned recognition from the College Board for their positive results on their cumulative exams while in secondary school.
(Published in the September 2014 issue of South Roanoke Circle)
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Lee Ann Sigmon-Farley Named Recipient of the 2015 North Cross School Morris Award for Excellence in Teaching
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