Annapolis Christian Academy is pleased to announce the selection of Kyle Long as the academy’s next Chief Development Officer. Kyle is no stranger to Annapolis. From 2004 to the present, he has successfully led Annapolis’ varsity boys basketball team as head coach, and from 2008-2011 Kyle served as a member of the Annapolis Board of […]
School is like a race. Students often don’t understand this, I think. Or they know they are racing, but have no idea where the finish line is. Students who don’t know they’re in a race have no purpose at all. They go through the motions. They get the grades. They plan to graduate. Or they do the opposite.
It takes hard work and self-motivation to be valedictorian. You have to want to do your best and then actually work to achieve it. Your teachers, parents, and friends will try to help motivate you, but it is eventually left up to you to do the hard work. Don’t let yourself settle for mediocre, all your coaches, teachers, parents, and pastors will tell you that glorifying God requires your best.