The word “curriculum” comes from a Latin word referring to a race track. A school curriculum is the “race track” or course which students follow through their time with us. The CCS curriculum is well-planned to provide students with essential learning as they grow in their knowledge of God and of His world, and as they learn how to serve God and others. Courses build on one another, so the content learned in kindergarten prepares students for what they will learn in first grade, and even ultimately lays a foundation for what they will study in high school as they prepare to move into college and into the broader world.
We invite you to take a closer look at the textbooks we use.
The implementation of Common Core standards is causing a raging philosophical battle across our country. As with anything else, there are likely parts of the Common Core initiative that are not problematic. However, there are some significant areas that should concern parents and several of those areas are found in the philosophy of education that has been part of public education in America for years.
Below, you will find the facts about Common Core (CC) standards as they relate to our school (CCS):