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Dr. John Mark Reynolds, President of The Saint Constantine School in Houston, describes his new institution to Dr. Gregory Alan Thornbury, President of The King's College in New York City. http://www.tkc.edu | http://www.saintconstantine.org | Part 1 of their conversation. View part 2 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qfow1xMPwkM) and part 3 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAVfheoy-Po).
In this Third Thursday lecture, Megan Mueller makes the case for allowing young students to take risks while playing.
At The Saint Constantine School, we believe that children need to play. In a time when most schools restrict recess in favor of longer hours in the classroom, we take the opposite approach-- because we believe that schools should let children be children, and that means letting them play outside for hours each day. Last year we built Houston's first natural playground on our campus, and our students love it. They play in the fort, climb trees, and go down the hill slide over and over. Our natural playground preserves the natural beauty of our campus while providing students of all ages with a challenging playground that inspires imagination and activity. But with an ever-expanding student body, our students need a larger playground. And for a fraction of the cost of a traditional playgr...
Elaine on the beginning of her career; from a remedial college course to custom spraying scooters and getting "hooked" on photography at Bury Camera Club as a teenager. http://www.noisefestival.com/festival/2014/curators/ElaineConstantine GET MEDIA EXPOSURE, YOUR CREATIVITY SEEN BY ELAINE CONSTANTINE, NOISE FESTIVAL 2014 PHOTOGRAPHY CURATOR: 1. Create a NOISE Portfolio - https://NOISEfestival.com/user/register 2. Submit your work. 3. Get recognised by the best in the business. Recorded exclusively for the NOISE Festival 2014. Info - http://noisefestival.com/festival/2014/about #NOISEFest14 Twitter #NOISEFest14 https://twitter.com/NOISEfestival Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/noisefestival
The 24-hour news cycle seems to have worked everyone into a perpetual rage. How do we respond thoughtfully and morally to the goings-on in our world without succumbing to moral outrage? In this lecture, Dean of Upper School David Gilbert explores the options Christians have as they navigate our modern era of polarizing information, and looks backward to the wisdom of the western Classics for guidance.
Constantine and Watervliet put on an offensive showcase in a MHSAA Division 6 district championship game on Nov. 6, 2015. In the end, it came down to Constantine stuffing the Panthers on a 2-point conversion attempt with under a minute to play for a 49-48 victory.
A walk through of Constantine College, showing the facilities and rooms available in the college.