grammar school heads
(year TWO)

About the cohort

The Grammar School Heads cohort is designed to support, equip, and encourage classical and Christian Grammar School Heads and future Heads, through training, collaboration, and fellowship.  This cohort will explore a key topic each month, with discussion of the reading material assigned.  It will include time for fellowship to encourage one another in our good and challenging work and access to Jessica Gombert as your mentor. The Year Two cohort is for individuals who have already completed Jessica Gombert’s Year One cohort. 

Meeting Dates and Time: Beginning on September 29th, will meet the last Thursday of the month at 11:00CST (except Nov/Dec due to holidays and Oct due to the cohort retreat). 

Meeting Dates: 9/29, 10/20, 11/17, 12/15, 1/26, 2/23, 3/30, 4/27, 5/25, 6/22.

Meet Your Cohort Leader​

Jessica Gombert has been the Grammar School headmaster for 16 years at the Geneva School of Boerne. She holds a MA in Education and has been involved in many aspects of education for over 30 years. Teaching experiences include: special education, kindergarten, adult classes for Region 20 Alternative Certification program, and university student teacher supervision. She has a passion for teaching students to become lifelong learners, encouraging and leading teachers, and for Christian and classical education. Jessica has led the SCL Grammar School Heads cohort for two years and has presented at several conferences. She is currently writing children’s readers to supplement the phonics curriculum. She also has a love for serving and teaching children in Africa. She has taught and trained teachers in Zambia and is currently helping to build a classical and Christian Grammar School in Uganda.
Jessica Gombert
Grammar School Head, Geneva School of Boerne

TOTAL COST

grammar school heads (Year TWO) cohort

$ 2,499
  • SCL Member Schools receive 10% discount
  • Monthly Payment Options Available

Joining a cohort

In order to keep group sizes small, and maximize effectiveness, groups are limited in size (typically 10-12) and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants are asked to commit to the work and engagement involved.
 
Due to the limited size, some individuals will be waitlisted until there are enough applicants to form a new group. Also, a minimum of six participants are needed for each group to make.

Questions?

Please reach out to Sarah Spencer at sarah@societyforclassicallearning.org