Sjolund at Lifelong Learning


The Sewanee Seminars for Lifelong Learning will meet at noon, Thursday, April 4, at Lower Cravens on Kentucky Avenue on the University Campus. Karl Sjolund, Head of School at St.Andrew’s-Sewanee (SAS) will speak on “The Case for Independent Schools.” Karl has a passion for a boarding school model, initiated at Virginia Episcopal (VES) as a boarding student, then honed as Head of School at Salem Academy in Winston-Salem where he served prior to coming to SAS in 2016.

After earning a B.A. in Economics at Virginia Military, he earned a M.A. in Private School Leadership through Columbia University. He and his wife Susan reside on the SAS campus. He is steadfast in his support of the Baltimore Orioles.

Sewanee Seminars for Lifelong Learning is a 12-month program, commencing in September of each year. Year 10 commences later this year. Annual memberships are $20, individual sessions are $3. Parking is available at the Tennessee Williams Center. Cookies, coffee and water available at no charge.