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News From the Ridge
Shooting a 10-over-par score of 226 over the three-day event, Jordan Thomas '07 not only shredded the field in the Multiple Limbs Amputee Flight, winning that category by a whopping 18 strokes, he also finished fifth overall to capture low amateur honors.
McCallie Character, Leadership, and Community Camp is a total experience that challenges and grows boys in the aspects of character, leadership, and community.
Rising ninth grader Akhil Giddaluri attended the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington DC earlier this summer. He finished 49th out of 234 overall.
Three rising seniors were among the 10,000-plus students from around the world who recently attended the International Leadership Conference for future health professional students.
McCallie’s athletic teams continue to make a splash, hitting like a tidal wave in 2021–22. McCallie won five team state championships for the first time since 2006 and collected 14 team and individual state titles overall.
Students in the Upper and Middle schools have been honored on the school's Honor Roll and Head of School Lists for their hard work during the Spring Semester of the 2021-22 school year.
In the latest episode of McCallie's podcast, Stories from the Ridge, recent graduates David Dalton '22 and Rowdy Stephens '22 talk with Skip Brock '68 about their shared passion for cars and racing.
Earlier this week, students in the Middle School gathered to celebrate another special and successful year in McDonald Hall with Middle School Awards Day in the afternoon followed by the Eighth Grade Celebration that evening in the Chapel.
Chet LeSourd '72 sat down with retired teacher Bob Bires for a powerful discussion among friends and teaching professionals.
Diplomas were awarded to 181 McCallie seniors on Sunday, May 15, as the school observed its 117th commencement.
The 14th Annual Duck Day Golf Tournament was another big success, with a great day on the course and money raised to provide a McCallie education to a deserving student.
Megan Cover, Head of School of GPS, McCallie’s sister school, sat down in McCallie’s podcast studio with Lee Burns ’87, McCallie’s Head of School, to discuss her first year as GPS’ head, reflect on the special relationship of the two independent schools, and share ideas for the future.
Years of hard work and perseverance paid off for several McCallie students at the annual Upper School Awards Day celebrations.
The McCallie Theater Department will present Love/Sick in the Black Box this weekend. Shows will be Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m.
McCallie held a Signing and Commitment celebration April 27 for 13 student-athletes.
Seventeen rising seniors were inducted into Keo-Kio, McCallie’s senior leadership organization.
In a pre-game ceremony on Monday, April 25, McCallie’s varsity baseball facility was named the Kenny Sholl Stadium in honor of former coach and Assistant Head of School Kenny Sholl, and the two dugouts were named in honor of two other former coaches, Bill Eiselstein and Hank Hopping.
All things baseball. That’s the subject of a laugh-filled discussion of McCallie baseball by three former varsity coaches as the school prepares to name parts of the newly refurbished baseball field in their honor.
On April 20, 2022, the TEPS leadership organization at McCallie inducted 21 students from the Class of 2025 for membership in the sophomore leadership organization for the 2012-23 school year during an induction ceremony in the Chapel.
Head of School Lee Burns '87 gave an Easter chapel talk to students entitled "An Easter Message: Freedom From and Freedom To"