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Testing Calendar

Continuing our efforts to limit the amount of tests a student takes in a day, we have produced a testing calendar for Forms I – IV that operates on a three day cycle.  On the very rare occasion a student may have as many as three tests, but the blocking of subjects within the cycle should increase the possibility of only having only one test on a given day.  The testing calendar is as follows:

Winter Term 2016-17

Social Studies, Classical Languages, Fine Arts

Friday, November 18
Tuesday, November 29
Friday, December 2
Wednesday, December 7
Tuesday, December 13
Friday, December 16
Thursday, January 5
Tuesday, January 10
Tuesday, January 17
Friday, January 20
Wednesday, January 25
Monday, January 30
Thursday, February 2
Wednesday, February 8
Monday, February 13
Thursday, February 16
Wednesday, February 22 (No JS tests)

Science, Modern Languages, English

Thursday, November 17
Tuesday, November 22
Thursday, December 1
Tuesday, December 6
Monday, December 12
Thursday, December 15
Tuesday, December 20
Monday, January 9
Thursday, January 12
Thursday, January 19
Tuesday, January 24
Friday, January 27
Wednesday, February 1
Tuesday, February 7
Friday, February 10
Wednesday, February 15
Tuesday, February 21 (No JS tests)

Math, Theology, Computer Science

Wednesday, November 16
Monday, November 21
Wednesday, November 30
Monday, December 5
Friday, December 10
Wednesday, December 14
Monday, December 19
Friday, January 6
Wednesday, January 11
Wednesday, January 18
Monday, January 23
Thursday, January 26
Tuesday, January 31
Friday, February 3
Thursday, February 9
Tuesday, February 14
Friday February 17
Thursday February 23

Spring Term 2016

Social Studies, Classical Languages, Fine Arts

Tuesday, February 28
Friday, March 3
Wednesday, March 8
Monday, March 20
Thursday, March 23
Tuesday, March 28
Friday, March 31
Wednesday, April 5
Monday, April 10
Wednesday, April 19
Wednesday, April 26
Monday, May 1
Thursday, May 4
Tuesday, May 9
Friday, May 12

Science, Modern Languages, English

Thursday, March 2
Tuesday, March 7
Friday, March 10
Wednesday, March 22
Monday, March 27
Thursday, March 30
Tuesday, April 4
Friday, April 7
Wednesday, April 12
Monday April 24
Friday, April 28
Wednesday, May 3
Monday, May 8
Thursday, May 11
Tuesday, May 16

Math, Theology, Computer Science

Wednesday, March 1
Monday, March 6
Thursday, March 9
Tuesday, March 21
Friday March 24
Wednesday, March 29
Monday, April 3
Thursday, April 6
Tuesday, April 11
Thursday, April 20
Thursday, April 27
Tuesday, May 2
Friday, May 5
Wednesday, May 10
Monday, May 15

“Listen carefully, my son, to the master’s instructions, and attend to them with the ear of your heart.”

Prologue, 1

“This is advice from a father who loves you; welcome it, and faithfully put it into practice.”

Prologue, 1

“First of all, every time you begin a good work, you must pray to him most earnestly to bring it to perfection.”

Prologue, 4

“If you desire true and eternal life, keep your tongue free from vicious talk and your lips from all deceit; turn away from evil and do good; let peace be your quest and aim. (Ps 33[34]:13)”

Prologue, 17

“Clothed then with faith and the performance of good works, let us set out on this way, with the Gospel for our guide, that we may deserve to see him who has called us to his kingdom (1 Thess 2:12).”

Prologue, 21

“If we wish to dwell in the tent of this kingdom, we will never arrive unless we run there by doing good deeds.”

Prologue, 22

“What is not possible to us by nature, let us ask the Lord to supply by the help of his grace.”

Prologue, 41

“Therefore, we intend to establish a school for the Lord’s service.”

Prologue, 45

“The good of all concerned, however, may prompt us to a little strictness in order to amend faults and to safeguard love.”

Prologue, 47

“The reason why we have said all should be called for counsel is that the Lord often reveals what is better to the younger.”

Chapter 3, 3

“Your way of acting should be different from the world’s way; the love of Christ must come before all else.”

Chapter 4, 20-21

“Never give a hollow greeting of peace or turn away when someone needs your love.” –Chapter 4, 25-26

“Bind yourself to no oath lest it prove false, but speak the truth with heart and tongue.”

Chapter 4, 27-28

“Place your hope in God alone.”

Chapter 4, 41

“Respect the elders and love the young.”

Chapter 4, 70-71

“Pray for your enemies out of love for Christ. “

Chapter 4, 72

“If you have a dispute with someone, make peace with him before the sun goes down.”

Chapter 4, 73

“The first step of humility is unhesitating obedience, which comes naturally to those who cherish Christ above all.”

Chapter 5, 1-2

“Speaking and teaching are the master’s task; the disciple is to be silent and listen.”

Chapter 6, 6

“The first step of humility, then, is that a man keeps the fear of God always before his eyes (PS 35[36]:2) and never forgets it.”

Chapter 7, 10

“Let us consider, then, how we ought to behave in the presence of God and his angels, and let us stand to sing the psalms in such a way that our minds are in harmony with our voices.”

Chapter 19, 6-7

“On arising for the Work of God, they will quietly encourage each other, for the sleepy like to make excuses.”

Chapter 22, 8

“Every age and level of understanding should receive appropriate treatment.”

Chapter 30, 1

“Above all, let him be humble. If goods are not available to meet a request, he will offer a kind word in reply, for it is written: A kind word is better than the best gift (Sir 18:17).”

Chapter 31, 13-14

“Let all the rest serve one another in love.”

Chapter 35, 6

“Indeed, nothing is to be preferred to the Work of God.”

Chapter 43, 3

“Idleness is the enemy of the soul. Therefore, the brothers should have specified periods for manual labor as well as for prayerful reading.”

Chapter 48, 1

“The life of a monk ought to be a continuous Lent.”

Chapter 49, 1

“All guests who present themselves are to be welcomed as Christ, for he himself will say: I was a stranger and you welcomed me (Matt 25:35).”

Chapter 53, 1

“Proper honor must be shown to all, especially to those who share our faith (Gal 6:10) and to pilgrims.”

Chapter 53, 2

“(B)ecause wherever we may be, we are in the service of the same Lord and doing battle for the same King.”

Chapter 61, 10

They should each try to be the first to show respect to the other (Rom 12:10).”

Chapter 63, 17

“We wish this rule to be read often in the community, so that none of the brothers can offer the excuse of ignorance.”

Chapter 66, 8

“Trusting in God’s help, he must in love obey.”

Chapter 68, 5

Never to do another what you do not want done to yourself (Tob 4:16).”

Chapter 70, 7

“No one is to pursue what he judges better for himself, but instead, what he judges better for someone else.”

Chapter 72, 7

“Let them prefer nothing whatever to Christ, and may he bring us all together to everlasting life.”

Chapter 72, 11-12

“What page, what passage of the inspired books of the Old and New Testaments is not the truest of guides for human life?”

Chapter 73, 3

“What book of the holy catholic Fathers does not resoundingly summon us along the true way to reach the Creator?”

Chapter 73, 4


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