Student’s Who Give- A Lesson From The Younger Generation

During my short time here at San Juan Diego Catholic High School, I’ve had the pleasure of being able to interview some amazing students. The students that I’ve interviewed have all been seniors, about to graduate from high school and make their mark on the world. What has amazed me about the students I’ve interviewed Read More …

Leadership From a Student’s Perspective

As I near my graduation day, (yes I’m literally counting down the days and have a terrible case of senioritis), I have come to yet another moment of reflection about all of the amazing opportunities that have come my way since beginning at St. Edward’s University. To go from not having any opportunities to opportunities Read More …

“The Buck Stops Here”

Dan Reynolds has been a high school English teacher in Baton Rouge and Dean of Discipline in Austin. He is now working on a PhD in Education at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. Leadership often seems attractive because of the perks that accompany it. A leader often makes a lot more money and is a lot Read More …