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Covenant High School Principal Transition
The Covenant High School board is delighted to report that David Miller has accepted the position of CHS principal. He has been a Christian from earliest childhood and raised in a Christian family. Mr. Miller is a 2005 graduate of Wheaton College with a B.A. in Communication and Media Studies. He holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from Northwest University in Kirkland, and he is currently working on a Masters in Theological Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary. For several years, Dave was a member of Redeemer Presbyterian Church (PCA), a church of our presbytery in Redmond, Washington. For the past eleven years, Mr. Miller has been a junior high and high school rhetoric and history teacher at The Bear Creek School in Redmond, a classical Christian school. For the last three years, he has been mentored in school administration by the Head of School, preparing himself for a school leadership role. Mr. Miller and his wife Lauren have one child, an eight-month-old daughter named Selah. We look forward to Mr. Miller taking up his duties at CHS on August 1, 2017.
Mr. Hannula will continue to teach his courses at CHS for the next several years, and he will continue to lead the UK/France tour. He will also assist Mr. Miller in some administrative duties as needed.
Pictures from the Great Britain Trip
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Report from Covenant High School’s Board Chairman
Growth In the student body – Join us in thanking the Lord that the number of students attending Covenant High School for the 2016-17 school year has grown again. We have 108 students—our largest enrollment in eight years.
New faculty and Staff: Melissa McMillan has joined the faculty to teach choir and music. Kyle Murphy is doing a variety of duties including driving the bus to PE, assisting in math and tutoring.
Principal: The search for a new principal continues. Our hope is to have the new principal in place for the 2017-18 school year. Our plan is for Mr. Hannula to assist the new principal in the transition by continuing to teach and by performing some of the behind-the-scenes administrative duties.
Prayer: As the new school year begins, please join us in prayer for the students and teachers. We are very grateful to our merciful heavenly Father for our students and their families, our talented and faithful faculty and support staff, and our many supportive alumni. Pray with us for a joyful and fruitful school year full of learning and fellowship and spiritual growth for all, to the honor and glory of Jesus Christ.
For the CHS Board,
Ryan Gross M.D., Chairman