Back to school

Calling Champions

Aaron Anderson, CEO/Head of School, high-fives a student on the first day of school.

Aaron Anderson, CEO/Head of School, high-fives a student on the first day of school.

Back-to-school time has arrived! Students are putting on their new uniforms and zipping up their backpacks. It’s a time of new beginnings and high hopes. Logos Academy is a special place. Dreams are planted, futures are built, and children are being prepared to be all that God has created them to be. I’d like to ask you to invest in that as this school year begins.

Grounded in the love of Christ, we embrace a whole-child approach, investing in the academic, spiritual, and cultural flourishing of our students. We are committed to strong parent partnerships, small class sizes, and are excited to see our students engaging in the good things happening in our city. This vibrant mix creates a path of opportunity like no other educational choice in York. However, every child faces challenges, both in school and life. To make it possible for our diverse group of students to be in our classrooms, they need champions. They need champions to encourage them, cheer them on, and help provide them scholarships.

  • Would you consider being a Logos Champion and supporting a student for a day with your gift of $45?
  • Would you consider being a champion for a week with a gift of $225 to cover a student’s education at Logos?
  • What if every locker at Logos became a place of daily encouragement, where students are reminded that champions are rooting for them and supporting them? Would you consider giving $1,000 to benefit a student’s scholarship and provide a word of encouragement on a student’s locker?

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Welcome to our new faculty and staff

New Staff for the 2016-2017 school year

New Staff for the 2016-2017 school year

The new school year begins on August 23. Our 2016-2017 faculty and staff has grown. Meet the newest members of our vibrant learning community:

Jami Bailey, part-time Grammar School Teacher Assistant, graduated from Towson University and taught at Perry Hall High School in Baltimore for a few years. She has experience as a Logos substitute teacher and is also a proud Logos mom!

Traci Brubaker, 4th Grade Teacher, is a Graduate of York College and has over ten years of teaching experience.

Bruce Fischer, Phys. Ed/Health Teacher, is a graduate of Purdue University with over 40 years of experience in the fitness industry.

Hubert Huang, Upper School Math Teacher, has varied experiences and degrees including a Ph.D from Penn State and five years experience teaching AP classes.

Rebekah Murray is our new part time academic guidance counselor. Rebekah is a graduate from Lancaster Bible College and has 6 years of prior Logos Academy teaching experience. Rebekah is also a LEAP Science Instructor through Martin’s Library.

Anna Rohrer-Ressler, First Grade Teacher, has a Masters degree from Bloomsburg University and over 25 years of classroom experience.

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