Senior Story: Caroline Lamb, Class of 2019
I have been blessed to attend New Covenant School since kindergarten and over the years it has become my second home. The teachers and staff have taught me how to lead and serve everyone around me in a God-pleasing manner. I have been equipped with an education that challenges me to understand and express what I believe in.
Due to my long tenure at New Covenant, I have cultivated great friendships with not only the students, but also the teachers and staff. The community of believers I am surrounded by at New Covenant School is rare and wonderful. A few highlights from my years at this school include constructing a castle out of peppermints in Mrs. Wyse’s second grade class, creating an animal tri-fold board in third grade with my mom as my teacher, playing Mrs. Fairfax in the high school production of “The Importance of Being Earnest”, and winning New Covenant’s first women’s basketball state championship with the finest group of girls and coach I’ve ever known.
After graduation, I plan to attend Southern Wesleyan University, Clemson University, or Anderson University and study something involving outdoor leadership and youth ministry. New Covenant School has equipped me to take the necessary steps to get into a college where I can further learn how to serve the Lord in what I do.