Student reading the Bible

A Biblical Education

We believe that “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and knowledge” (Proverbs 9:10). As the source of truth and authority, the Bible is central to our academic curriculum.

The teaching of the Bible as a core subject is essential to the academic curriculum, so that our biblical philosophy of education is witnessed throughout every class and program. The ability for our graduates to defend their Christian faith, with accurate biblical argument, will testify to our overall success as a Christian school.

While our students will learn about God's word directly in Bible classes, strong biblical truths are interwoven into all subject areas and in all of our curriculum.

The Junior/Senior High students not only experience spiritual growth through the bible studies curriculum, but also through participation in weekly chapel services. Chapel at CCS is unlike most student services. Chapel is a time when the grades come together, along with staff, and worship Christ as a body of believers. Worship through praise music, as well as engaging in a thoughtful, well-prepared lesson is the norm, and the most looked-forward-to "class" of the week.

Often integrated within a weekly chapel are visual aids, such as student video productions and dramas. Guest speakers, testimonies, and Christian concerts take place throughout the year during chapel time as well. Students who participate in a Chapel Leadership course, working closely with their Chapel Leadership Director, creating and executing the weekly chapels.

Also, each year, students can't wait for S.L.E.W. (Spiritual Life Emphasis Week) to take place. At CCS, an entire week is dedicated to activities and outreach opportunities designed to grow our students spiritually.

Please also click on the "junior/senior high campus" tab and/or the "curriculum" sub-tab on the left side of this webpage for even more information about our academics.

More detailed look at a typical S.L.E.W. is available here!