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February Newsletter 2019

Posted on January 31st, 2019.

We are having a Box Top competition January 28 - February 15. The top two classes that turn in the most will have a dress down day Friday, February 22. We will determine the winning class by who has the highest box tops percentage wise. Start bringing in those box tops!

2019-2020 Admissions/Enrollment Dates and Deadlines

Posted on January 9th, 2019.

CCS maintains rolling admissions through May 1; however, to be considered in the first round of applications, please apply by the early decision date (January 15 for K5 and February 1 for grades K4 and 1-7). We do not accept applications for 8th grade.

January Newsletter 2019

Posted on January 1st, 2019.

The Kindergarten Early Decision Application is due on Tuesday, January 15. If you have a child who will be in Kindergarten next year, please fill out the 2019-2020 application before January 15. This helps us prioritize your application, and it helps us know how many spots to make available for new families. Note: Students in our K4 program do not need to apply; their spot has already been reserved.

December Newsletter 2018

Posted on December 1st, 2018.

Thank you once again to everyone who participated in the Lap-A-Thon. The security system installation started Wednesday and will continue through Monday, December 3. We are excited to add this system to CCS and get it up and running.

Character Education and Jesus

Posted on February 3rd, 2016.

A bad grade, not getting a particular part in a play, not getting accepted to a prestigious high school, these are not the worst things that could happen to your child. What is? The worst thing that could happen is for them to seek comfort and put their hope in anything other than Jesus. The worst thing that could happen is for your children to grow up to be self-centered, self-seeking, and self-righteous, lacking in godly character. Read More.

Understanding Identity

Posted on January 3rd, 2016.

Kids are tempted to think that their identity --- their value, their validation, their sense of worth --- is based on what clothes they wear, or what someone says about them, a friendship, or a grade on a report card. Read More