What an invigorating and sobering time we live in. As we stand on the cusp of amazing opportunities and a vast array of challenges; it is such a blessing to be reminded of God’s mercy and grace, as well a renewed realization of our purpose and vision as Christian families. It is essential that the task and privilege of establishing a Christian worldview in the lives of young people is taken seriously and executed efficiently. It is crucial that they feel nurtured, accepted, and secure as they are led to the Truth. At CCCS, it is our purpose to minister to your child and family. We intend to do this through:

  • Spiritual study and mentorship

  • Building a strong academic foundation and knowledge base

  • Helping students to function well socially and to be aware of the culture around them

  • Giving them the opportunity to learn the lessons offered through competitive athletics

  • Assisting them in discovering and honing their talents through the fine arts and other extracurricular programs

Most importantly, we desire to give the students the opportunity to fall in love with Christ, and to honor His plan for their lives. After all, the Bible teaches us that we profit nothing by gaining the whole world and losing our soul.

We would enjoy the opportunity to meet you and tell you more about Calvary Chapel Christian School. For more information, please call the CCCS office at 702-248-8879. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Julie Proud

Secondary School Superintendent

Julie Proud

Secondary School Superintendent

Secondary General Information

The Secondary division of Calvary Chapel Christian School includes students in Sixth through Twelfth Grade. There are generally two classes per grade level with a limit of twenty six students per academic class. There are approximately 250 students enrolled in the Secondary School. In addition to their core curriculum, the students have several choices for elective courses, such as Art, Choir, Guitar, Journalism, Photography, Multimedia, Yearbook, Robotics, Strength and Conditioning, Foreign Language, Technology, and Musical Theater.

Bible instruction is considered part of our core curriculum, and is given priority as the central focus of our school. Also, there is emphasis on Community Outreach and Missions for every student. Chapel is normally held weekly, and consists of student-led Worship and excellent teaching by guest speakers or staff.

We offer an award winning athletic program, including Football, Volleyball, Track, Basketball, Softball and Baseball. Physical Education is a required part of the program for each student.

One local vendor noted that, “We can immediately recognize CCCS school kids from students at any other school; especially the teenagers. CCCS teenagers are so polite and friendly and extremely well mannered compared to any other group of kids.”

We are excited to meet you and share more about Calvary Chapel Christian School. Please contact the school office at 702-248-8879, to schedule a tour.

MSHS Office

Photo of Kerri Cimino
Kerri Cimino MS/HS Receptionist
Photo of Jennifer Coombs
Jennifer Coombs Administrative Assist. to Superintendent
Photo of Merle DeLong
Merle DeLong Intervention Specialist
Photo of Linda Hill
Linda Hill Registrar
Photo of Joanne Orrico
Joanne Orrico MSHS Librarian
Photo of Tony Perez
Tony Perez IT Technician
Photo of Krista Stuhr
Krista Stuhr Guidance Counselor/Academic Advisor

MSHS Teachers


Photo of Brenda Cargile
Brenda Cargile MSHS Choir/Fine Arts/MS Spanish/MS Bible
Photo of Dante Guilliod
Dante Guilliod HS Bible Teacher


Photo of Liz Gray
Liz Gray MS English Teacher
Photo of Nichole Morley
Nichole Morley Drama Teacher/ Mathematics


Photo of Katelynn Driver
Katelynn Driver HS Math Teacher/Yearbook
Photo of Amanda Krahenbill
Amanda Krahenbill Math/Robotics
Photo of Debbie Lehman
Debbie Lehman MS Math Teacher
Photo of Nichole Morley
Nichole Morley Drama Teacher/ Mathematics
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Aaron Mueller Math/Guitar/Drums


Photo of Kara Geremia
Kara Geremia HS Science Teacher

Social Studies

Photo of Lori Handlon
Lori Handlon MS History Teacher
Photo of Lisa Kincaid
Lisa Kincaid Dual Credit History Teacher


Photo of Keenan Fitzgerald
Keenan Fitzgerald Media Production/Worship Team
Photo of Nichole Morley
Nichole Morley Drama Teacher/ Mathematics
Photo of Brenda Sharp
Brenda Sharp MS/HS Art Teacher


Photo of Nichole Morley
Nichole Morley Drama Teacher/ Mathematics
Photo of Sara Ohiaeri
Sara Ohiaeri PE Teacher/Biblical Counseling
Photo of Judson Stubbs
Judson Stubbs HS Dean/Athletic Coordinator

In selecting classroom textbooks, both Christian and secular publishers are considered. It is recognized that Christian publishers provide a distinctive Christian perspective, especially needed in the social and physical science areas that have been so strongly influenced by humanistic philosophy.

Publishers currently being used include ABEKA, Bob Jones, Positive Action, Saxon, McDougal Littell, Write Source, and Concordia. The NIV Bible is used in the elementary grades and the New King James Bible is use in grades 6-12. Trade books used in the reading and literature programs may not necessarily be written by Christian authors, but are taught from a Christian perspective.

Secondary Curriculum / Publishers


  • English: ACSI; Daily Grammar Practice; Norton Anthologies of World, American, and English Literature
  • History: Abeka: BJU Press
  • Math: McDougal Little; Abeka (Consumer Math)
  • Bible: Positive Action; Purposeful Design; Summit Ministries; ACSI; Bethany House
  • Science: BJU; Apologia (Marine Biology); Holt, Rinehart, Winston (Environmental Science)
  • Health (High School): Ignitia
  • Spanish (High School): Holt McDougal, Rinehart, Winston

Course of Study
CCCS provides a graded course of study for grades K through 12. Provisions are made for periodic evaluation of courses of study and for revision in order to keep pace with societal and educational change. Curriculum development reflects CCCS statements of philosophy and purpose, and is based on reliable findings from the sciences dealing with child growth and development, and learning. The methods of instruction are those which promote inductive learning through exploration and discovery, inquiry and interpretation, critical thinking and creativity. The goal of the entire school effort is to achieve proper and adequate development of the students in terms of academic learning, spiritual growth, and healthy social and physical performance.