CCCS is structured as a discipleship-based school, as we believe that the Christian school is an extension of the Christian home.  Understanding that parents are a child’s primary resource for Christian training, we desire to come along side families to support in training young people to lead a life that is glorifying to God both in thought and in action.  We stress the authority, authenticity, and reliability of God’s Word, as absolute truth and the window through which to view all knowledge and reality.  In accordance with this, we handpick curriculum that is rooted in a biblical worldview and upholds the final authority of Scripture.

Our desire is for our students to respond to God’s grace in their lives by committing to a personal relationship with Christ, and to pursue spiritual development and maturity (Colossians 1:28).  Through discipleship, students will seek to uphold God’s Word and yield to the leading of the Holy Spirit in their lives (John 16:13).  Students are taught to consistently integrate their faith into real life by exhibiting biblical integrity into daily practices.

Our goal is to provide students with a learning platform for Christian service and ministry motivated by love for God and people (Mark 12:30, I Corinthians 13:1-3). At CCCS, we value a servant-leader attitude as modeled by Jesus in Scripture (John 13:5).  Students will learn how to worship God while serving the church and community with their talents through service projects, such as our school-wide Missions Week.

Finally, we seek to train students to integrate spiritual discipline in their daily lives (2 Timothy 2:15). Understanding that all we do in life should be done to the glory of God, we train our students to pursue diligence, excellence, and moral integrity in all that they do.  These principles apply to academics, athletics, and responsible stewardship in all other activities, resources, and relationships.

Through discipleship, we aim to graduate students that possess the necessary skills and tools to impact the world for Christ. (Matthew 28:19)