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  • Dec 8, 2017

    SEGL ONLINE INFORMATION SESSION: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 8:00PM EST

    Are you interested in a semester at SEGL but attend a school we don’t normally visit? Did you hear us present in person and have more follow-up questions? Are you a parent whose child is talking about SEGL but you have some hesitations? Are you a school administrator who isn’t quite sure how a student’s grades will transfer?

    Join us online for a conversation this Wednesday with Seton Talty, SEGL’s Assistant Director of Admissions!

    How to join:
    1) Follow this link to review the Crowdcast Setup Checklist. This process should take less than five minutes.
    2) Come back to this page on Wednesday, December 13 to join the conversation!

    We advise reviewing the setup checklist in advance of the meeting to allow time to troubleshoot. The meeting will be live at 7:50pm and will formally begin at 8:00pm.

    If you have any issues, please email admissions@schoolforethics.org. We will be checking this account throughout the evening to ensure we address any technical difficulties as quickly as possible.

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  • Nov 19, 2017

    Thankful for Thomson

    As we enter a week of Thanksgiving recess, we’re thinking about everything we’re thankful for at SEGL.  One of the top items on our list is the first and second graders at Thomson Elementary, who have taught our students an enormous amount this fall.

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  • Nov 13, 2017

    Former White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry leads SEGL Master Class

    Thinking on your feet.  It’s one of the most important skills a leader must learn.  One cannot present a doctoral thesis, testify before Congress, argue a case before the Supreme Court, or lead soldiers through battle without the ability to think and speak quickly.  At SEGL, we also work to ensure our students think ethically on their feet.  And there is no better teacher of this skill than former White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry.Read More