CCS desires to create and foster a Culture of Grace and Truth so that students can flourish spiritually as well as academically. Coming alongside young people involves Biblically teaching, reproving, correcting, and training in righteousness. Essential to this process is enforcing the rules while at the same time facilitating growth. A primary tool for establishing the parameters of such an environment can be found in the Code of Conduct section of the Student Handbook.
Chapel is a weekly opportunity for students to worship God corporately during the school day. Music, a lesson, and activities will be used throughout the year to highlight and reinforce the Biblical integration of CCS.
Student Spiritual Leadership exists alongside the other leadership opportunities for students at CCS who desire to focus acutely on their faith in the context of the school. Discipleship relationships with peers and faculty will augment the Biblical instruction in the classroom.
Working cooperatively with parents is an essential part of the mission of CCS. To that end, quarterly Teaching and Mentoring programs will be made available for the parents of students to offer formal Biblical training.
CCS exists as an academic institution. The desire is that every student and family make Church Involvement a priority. The school serves alongside and seeks to support Christian Fellowship Church and other local churches. Communicating how CCS can be a service to congregations, as well as what needs the school may have, will further establish the importance of the church.
Objectively determining the Spiritual Climate among the students of CCS is as significant as any other examination taken throughout the school year. Age appropriate surveys will be given at the beginning and end of each school year to track the progress of students regarding their comprehension and application of matters of faith.
The Alumni of CCS are the ultimate assessment of the spiritual, academic, emotional, and physical education provided at the school. Keeping in touch with graduates through networking and ministry opportunities will be an encouragement to current and former students.