“We are proud of all our staff here at Cornerstone Prep,” said administrator Jeanne Borders. “These seven are no exception. Each of these individuals has proven their commitment to our students, families, and Cornerstone’s mission through their dedication and willingness to think outside the box.”
Beaner will move from High School advisor to director of Program Support. She has been with Cornerstone Prep for four years. She and her husband, David, have two children, Joshua and Dominic.
Conrey will move from director of Hospitality/Communications assistant to director of Special Events. She was in her previous position for a year and half. She and her husband, Chad, have two children, Chase and Kayla.
Cosgrove moves from Secondary assistant to director of School Counseling. She had been at Cornerstone for one year and had previously worked as a school counselor at other private Christian schools. She and her husband, Drew, have one daughter, Alexia.
Gurniewicz, will move from director of Admissions to director of Admissions & Development. She has been with the school for eight years. She and her husband, John, have one daughter, Hannah.
Luke moves from Secondary Academic dean to the dean of Student Life for both elementary and secondary. She has been on staff at Cornerstone since it began in 2004 in various positions. She and her husband, Jeff, have one daughter, Katy.
Marlow moves from director of Communications to director of Communications & Marketing. She has been with Cornerstone for five years. She and her husband, Dan, have four children, Frances, Daniell, Catherine-Ann and Charles.
Nolan moves from Activities director to Campus pastor. He has been with the school for six years. He and his wife, Sarah, have two children, Chloe and Abigail.
Cornerstone Prep is a University-Model School where parents and teachers partner together to provide students with an academically challenging, college-preparatory, biblically based education. The private school has 400 students in K-12th-grades.