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Leadership

Leadership at Caldwell Academy, a PK-12 Classical Christian School in Greensboro, NC.
“Whoever serves me must follow me; and where I am, my servant also will be. My Father will honor the one who serves me.”
John 12:26

Leadership opportunities at Caldwell seek to serve two purposes: following Christ’s example of leading through lifestyle, compassion and service while providing roles that build students’ experience in areas for leadership after high school all to the glory of God.

The Caldwell shepherding program exists from grammar to high school. This program assigns a student that has been enrolled for previous grades to shepherd new students in their grade. The shepherd accompanies the new student through their day for the first few weeks of school, offering friendship, answering questions, and providing directions.

IMG_2758Grammar School

In the grammar stage, leadership is woven into their daily schedule with initiatives like the Kindness Program, Book Buddies, Library Helpers and community service projects like a canned food drive. Our 5th Graders are called to be leaders in the grammar school and to lead by example to our younger students.

Dialectic School

Our Dialectic students (middle-schoolers) have the opportunity to serve as Student Ambassadors during schoolwide, community events.  Caldwell also has a Dialectic Student Leadership Team (SLT). These are 8th Graders that serve their fellow students and provide leadership in Dialectic events. All Dialectic students serve the Special Olympics in Greensboro by providing activity tables for athletes waiting to compete.

DSC_4798Rhetoric School

The Caldwell Rhetoric school (upper school) seeks to provide many ways to serve in Leadership roles. Rhetoric students have a chance to serve as Student Ambassadors during school-wide, community events. The Executive Leadership Committee (ELC)  is a group of seniors that serve the entire school, while grades 9-11 of high school has elections for Student Government positions.  The goal of those in Caldwell student government is to unify and encourage classes and the student body and to serve as a voice for the students to the administration and teachers. They are responsible for leading students through specific projects or events throughout the year. Our RUSH ministry team leads worship for Rhetoric forum and school-wide assemblies and all Rhetoric students are required to submit 25 hours of community service each year.

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