Mind, Body, and Spirit

We have been considering many of the events that led to where we find ourselves today. In order to best evaluate any course of study, however, it seems wise to make explicit something of the implicit understanding that everyone shares about our common humanity. The...

Competing Definitions

Training in reason requires certain things to be accepted axiomatically – to be easily perceived or self-evident. People discovering that others don’t share these presuppositions is often a source of frustration, especially when the definition relates to that which is...

Re-Envisioning Purpose for K-12 Education

During a critical period from the late 1970’s and into the mid 2000’s, much of K-12 education referenced the university system. College preparatory education became the standard by which to evaluate the success of schooling. As the push towards college became nearly...

A Vibrant School Community!

ALICIA GOFF Director of Admissions & School Culture A GREAT START The 2022-2023 school year is off to an exciting start across the CCS campus. Teachers and students are settling into daily routines, and new relationships are being cultivated in classrooms, around...