When you see our logo, take note of its parts. Each is, of course, representative of our local culture and community. The ship represents the body of learning that our students will take on and carry with them on their journey. Notice that the ship’s mast, the strength and core of a ship, is a cross.
The legend of the sand dollar, a backdrop to the boat, tells of the birth and death of Jesus. Study a sand dollar and you’ll see a poinsettia, an Easter lily, the star of Bethlehem, and holes representing Jesus on the cross. If you break the sand dollar in the center, you will see five white doves of peace and good will. And last, the circle, a symbol of promise and connection, represents our community, our churches, our friends and our families.