Pinecrest Blog

List of 5 news stories.

  • Five Steps to Reverse a Sense of Entitlement

    Tim Elmore from Growing Leaders
    This post was used with permission from Tim Elmore, who has visited Pinecrest as a guest speaker. Pinecrest utilizes his Growing Leaders program in our high school. You can view the original post here.
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  • Get the most out of a college visit: advice from our alumni

    The holidays are often a time when high school students and their parents visit potential colleges.
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  • Good Sportsmanship for Parents in the Stands

    Mr. Jay Lynch, Lower School Dean of Students
    The school year is well underway, and parents of student athletes are spending lots of time in the stands, cheering on their kids and their teammates. Here are a few tips that will help you support your child by modeling good sportsmanship.
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  • Get to Know Allyson Carvell, Middle School Dean of Academics

    Who was your favorite teacher and how did he or she inspire you?
    I’ll never forget my second grade teacher, Mrs. Marks. I was shy in my younger years, and she would gently encourage me to participate in the classroom. She did so with great kindness and support.
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  • Alumni Spotlight: Cece Howard

    What have you been up to since you left Pinecrest?
    I attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, where I majored in American Government and Legal Studies. After graduating in 2016, I returned home to attend law school at Georgia State University. In Spring 2019, I graduated and accepted an associate position at Southeastern Legal Foundation. It is a public interest law firm located in Roswell, GA, that specializes in constitutional law--namely, the preservation of individual liberties and the promotion of our nation's founding principles.
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