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Students worship before school on the National Day of Prayer, Sept. 26.

Students gather in the courtyard before school to worship and pray on See You At The Pole day, 7 p.m., Sept. 26. The students pray for their school, family, city, and country, focusing on the overarching subject of the broken.

Amanda Grimmius, ’19, recognizes and appreciates the opportunity to worship and pray for the community.

“I think it’s super significant for everyone to come together and pray as a student body,” Grimmius said.  “It’s super cool to see the kind of people that come out, and really just worship our God together, early in the morning, before school even starts and really start our day off right. It’s (See You At The Pole) so important.  It really sets the tone for the rest of the year and we all get to pray over our school, teachers, and friends.  It’s super important.”

What did you enjoy about See You at the Pole? Let us know in the comments below.

The following is a video recap of See You at the Pole 2018.

For another video, watch Grandparents Day 2018, or Innovative Transportation: Bird Scooters.

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