OCTOBER 19, 2023

SBS Spirit on Full Display for CAVS Tailgate Night!

The strength of the StoneBridge community took on a whole new dimension with an overwhelming show of school spirit and celebration at this year's CAVS Tailgate Night, Friday, Oct. 13.

SBS families, alumni, and supporters alike joined in sharing incredible food with everyone who came out to support our teams and honor our Fall senior athletes.

More than 30 tailgaters brought amazing grilled and barbecue dishes, desserts, and more to share with the crowd. T-shirt and spirit gear sales were through the roof, even as younger and older students crowded the game table for a chance to win a prize. At the face painting station, SBS blue and gold was the most popular design for younger students wanting to sport their school spirit.

The beautiful weather also made it a perfect night for the more than 300 people from StoneBridge alone who showed up to watch the games against Gateway.

The competitions did not disappoint: StoneBridge spectators cheered on our athletes to triumphs at every level. JJV Boys Soccer continued their winning streak with a 4-0 victory. Varsity Boys Soccer tied 2-2 as Senior Jeremy Wells banked a penalty shot to end the game. JJV Girls Volleyball also won their match 2-1 and Varsity Girls Volleyball dusted the competition in a short 3-0 match.

Time was also taken to honor our Fall senior athletes for Cross Country, Soccer and Volleyball. Congratulations once again to:


⭐Adam Batres

⭐Alex DeVane

⭐Rhys Greer

⭐Douglas Marshall

⭐Garrett Maye

⭐Dominic Morisi

⭐Ian Schultz

⭐Jeremy Wells


⭐Kayla Bartholmae

⭐Luke Brady

⭐Amara Ebaugh

⭐Garrett Maye

⭐Lucy Nunziata

⭐Tallulah Wirtz

⭐Jeremy Wells


⭐Noel Beckwith

⭐Abby Gresham

⭐Emily Hinton

⭐Sophia Hough

⭐Mary LeBlanc

⭐Amelia Matson

⭐Elise Thomason

We are once again amazed by the strength of the StoneBridge community. Thank you to everyone who came out, everyone who volunteered, and to our tailgaters who brought all the amazing food, fellowship and Cavalier school spirit!

🔵🟡Go Cavs!🟡🔵



At StoneBridge, students are trained and mentored to be leaders of strong conviction and Christian character. This is not just a distant goal upon graduation. Many of our students are already out in the community, leading and making a Kingdom impact wherever they go. The following are just a few student highlights:

Luke Brady, Class of 2024

SBS Senior Luke Brady is well-known and highly respected on campus, having served as the school's media prefect for the past three years. His dependability and faithful spirit set a positive tone among his peers. He has also been involved in the Robotics Club throughout high school, collaborating with the SBS Robotics Team to design and develop robots for local competition. At the Upper School retreat, Luke shared a message about what it means to have good friends and to be a good friend. You can watch his message on our Instagram page here.

Lucy Nunziata, Class of 2024

SBS Senior Lucy Nunziata had the opportunity to participate in a week-long high school immersion program at Wake Forest University for pre-med this past summer. The program allowed her to gain hands-on insight into different medical career field opportunities. On campus, she is one of our discipleship group leaders, helping facilitate discussion among 6th-12th grade students during small group chapel days. Lucy is also a property prefect, tasked with things like maintaining school flags, lockers, and more. Last year she helped start our campus recycling program, which she continues to oversee this year.

Bailee Bass, Class of 2026

SBS Sophomore Bailee Bass had the honor of participating in a month-long leadership development program this summer at the Truth and Peace Conference hosted by Randall University in Oklahoma. The program teaches middle and high school students how to be strong Christian leaders in their church, school, and community. She is already making plans to attend next year. Bailee also serves in Key Club and is on the JV Volleyball team. "Bailee is such a remarkable young lady. She leads not only in word but also in deed as she sets the example of godly character among her peers," her mentor Mrs. Lisa Martin said. "Her love for the Lord is evident in her speech and conduct both in the classroom and out. She is a true joy to mentor and teach."

Did Your Student Do Something Notable?

If your student volunteered, was commended for anything, or served somewhere notable recently, please let us know. We'd love to highlight how SBS students are making an impact in the community wherever they go. Email the details to Mrs. Turney, Director of Communications, at sarah.turney@stonebridgeschool.com.


Kelly Smalling Beckner, Class of 1998

She’s a familiar face to many at StoneBridge as she taught Kindergarten for three years. But now Kelly Smalling Beckner, Class of 1998, is serving in a new role at the school as an NILD Educational Therapist with the Riverview Learning Center. In this role, Kelly works one-on-one with students who... READ MORE


Riverview at StoneBridge Meets Students Where They Are

With the burgeoning growth of our student body over the past few years, did you know our student support services has also been expanding to meet these growing needs?

At Stonebridge School, we believe in the Biblical principle of individuality, that "everything in God’s universe reveals His infinity and diversity. Each person is a unique creation of God, designed to express the nature of Christ individually in society," (Teaching and Learning, pp. 65-68.)

Because we value the unique way God has created each of our students, we want to meet the needs of students wherever they are in their educational journey. Riverview Learning Center at StoneBridge School focuses on serving students who learn differently or who need extra support beyond the classroom. It was established by Mrs. Martha Shirley in 1981 to offer individualized educational therapy to SBS students with identified learning disabilities, as well as specialized tutoring in subject areas. 

Today, we offer varying levels of support in Kindergarten through 12th grade, relevant to student needs. Accommodations plans are provided for students with a documented, up-to-date, psycho-educational evaluation and diagnosis.

Currently, in Lower School we offer reading and math intervention, replacement courses for math and literacy, and NILD Educational Therapy. In Upper School we offer replacement courses for English and math, academic support study halls, as well as NILD Educational Therapy. Tutoring in any subject is available at the request of the parent, student, or teacher and is offered based on tutor availability. 

For more information on Riverview at StoneBridge, contact Edith Scott, Director of Student Support Services, at edith.scott@stonebridgeschool.com

Get Tickets to the Fall Drama: Who's Dying to Be a Millionaire?

November 3 @ 7 pm

November 4 @ 10 am & 7 pm

After three murders, you have to wonder who would even want to be the next contestant on the hottest game-show in town… Wild and eccentric characters combine to make one oddball thriller in this murder mystery! StoneBridge Drama's fall show features 6th-9th grade student actors. "Who's Dying To Be A Millionaire" is written by Pat Cook and presented through special arrangement with Pioneer Drama. Recommended for ages 5+.


Important Notes and Reminders

Upper School Building Updates | October 2023

The sewer line tie-in across the parking lot from Goose Creek, which began recently, should be completed over the next few weeks. The building foundation and concrete pad will then be poured in the next few weeks, and the erecting of the steel structures should begin during the first week of November. Get all the latest building updates and see pictures of the building progress on our Building the Future Updates page here.

SBS CAVS Spirit Store |🔵🟡 Wear your CAVS Spirit! 🟡🔵

We have a new spirit gear store! Get the latest CAVS spirit gear here.

SBS Spirit Day! | October 23

We're getting ready for the Metro tournaments. Wear your SBS spirit gear and/or blue and gold colors, Monday, October 23.

Break the Dress Code Week | Oct. 30-Nov. 6

Watch for more details soon on how you can break the dress code during this week.

First Fruits Collection | Oct. 16-Nov. 15

All donations will be provided to Mercy Drops Dream Center on Nov. 17. Items can be dropped off outside of your student’s classroom. We are not assigning items to each grade level this year. Please consider contributing any of the items: Canned vegetables, canned fruit, baked beans, beans of any kind, canned tuna, mac & cheese, spaghetti sauce, ramen packets, rice, boxed pasta, peanut butter, and jelly. 

Christian Heritage Day | November 17

We're looking for a few good animals! Lower School is looking for more animals for Christian Heritage Day. If you have small, petting zoo-type animals that would be available to share with us, please reach out to Mrs. Ashley Skinner at ashley.skinner@stonebridgeschool.com

Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Collection | Oct. 16-Nov. 15

The Upper School is collecting donations to fill shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child from October 16-November 15. The goal is to collect, pack, and ship a total of 90 shoeboxes for boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 14. Middle School students will assemble the boxes as part of the Middle School Service Day that will take place at Alexander Baptist Church on November 17.

Parent-Teacher Conferences | November 2, 9 & 10

Schedule your student's parent-teacher conference via FACTS through the class calendar. Your signup link should be available in an email from your teacher. (**Some mobile phones are not compatible with the calendar and you may have to use a desktop/laptop computer.) If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Elvia Reza, at elvia.reza@stonebridgeschool.com.

Tuition Referral Credit | Tell your friends about StoneBridge

Remember: SBS families can earn a $500 tuition credit when a family you refer enrolls at StoneBridge School. Tuition credit for any enrolled families who named you as a referral would be applied to your account in December.

We Need More Vans!

As God continues to grow our enrollment, we have a new opportunity to exercise our faith. We are in need of two additional 16-passenger vans for our transportation fleet. Each van costs between $30,000 and $35,000. The new vans will allow us to transport more students to off-campus events and lessen the need for parent carpooling. For information on how to donate, please email elexcia.washington@stonebridgeschool.com.


Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Kreutzberg 

We want to shine a spotlight each month on those who give of their resources to support what we do at StoneBridge in equipping the next generation of Christian leaders who will impact our nation. Dr. Jeffrey Kreutzberg and his wife, Diane, are SBS grandparents who have been strong supporters of the school. We are so grateful to them and donors just like them who financially support the StoneBridge mission.

"We have a firm belief in Christian education and in the development of a Biblical worldview in our grandchildren," Dr. Kreutzberg said. "They have learned the importance of Christian friendship and character in their behavior, and being held accountable to a Christian life."

Thank you, Dr. and Mrs. Kreutzberg!



Pray for StoneBridge

Monday, 8:30 a.m.

SBS Library

Spirit Day!


4th Grade Home Meetings

Tuesday, 7 p.m.


3rd Grade Field Study



Kindergarten Home Meetings

Thursday, 7 p.m.


No School/Teacher Workday


Pray for StoneBridge

Monday, 8:30 a.m.

SBS Library


Break the Dress Code Week


Pray for StoneBridge

Monday, 8:30 a.m.

SBS Library


Parent-Teacher Conferences (Afternoon)


Veterans Day Observed

No School/Teacher Work Day

Parent-Teacher Conferences

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