Senior Story – James Curnow, Class of 2018

2017-10-29 James CurnowI first attended New Covenant School in kindergarten and part of first grade and after being homeschooled I returned for my eighth grade year. The past five years at New Covenant have been an amazing opportunity to grow in both my education and my faith. I feel that my classes have instilled the necessary skills for college life both in academics and in the ability to think for myself and be firm in my doctrine and faith. One particular class that I enjoyed taking was Omnibus. This class was a combination of  class discussion and lecture, and it allowed me to debate and defend what I believe. While I did not necessarily enjoy the work load, the Omnibus class gave me life skills that will help me when I am no longer in the Christian environment which I am in right now.

While attending New Covenant I’ve been given the ability to enjoy many extracurricular activities. I was in the dramatic productions Arsenic and Old Lace, Death by Design, Wait until Dark, and Harvey. I was also involved in  sports including a year of Cross Country and  three years of varsity basketball.

I hope to attend Clemson University in the fall. I pray that I will be able to use the knowledge and Biblical teachings which I received while attending New Covenant to further the kingdom of Christ in both my words and actions.​