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Reasons to Get Excited for the New School Year

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Back-to-School time!

The transition from summer to school is one of my favorite times of the year. Every last moment of the summer gets a little bit sweeter. I treasure every splash in the pool and every...

Nine Must Have Books to Help Children Cope

Tears. Panic. Difficulty breathing. Refusal to participate.

Childhood anxiety can be hard to understand and even more difficult to comfort.

A School Where Loving Jesus is Normal

I grew up in Washington, the third most unchurched state in the United States at that time. For several years I lived in Moscow, Russia. The prevalent mindset there is that you are born Russian Orthodox, and if you are not Russian Orthodox, you...

Why Christian Classical Students Thrived During COVID

Christian classical students were prepared to thrive during COVID.

What All Boy Moms Need to Know

“Love is important, but it is respect that is the key to your son’s heart.” Dr. Emerson Eggerichs

Nurturing a Servant's Heart in Your Teenager

Most teenagers have not honed the ability to see beyond themselves. Katelyn, a rising 9th-grade student at CCA, hopes to challenge that idea by earning her Silver Girl Scout Award through service to her community. 

How to Fuel Your Child’s Passion – A Story of a 2nd Grade Author

Creative, innovative, studious, funny, and bright are all words I would use to describe Trent, a 2nd-grade student at CCA. 

CCA Graduates are Ready to Thrive in College

It might surprise you to learn the top job skills Google looks for in job candidates.  The most sought-after job skills have nothing to do with technology. 

Things High School Teachers Wish Parents Knew

Sometimes parents feel teachers only communicate to them when their child is in trouble.  Sometimes teachers feel like parents don't respect the decisions they are making in the classroom.  Sometimes there is tension between parents and teachers...

How a School Mitigated the Impact of COVID for Families

The greatness of community is most accurately measured by the compassionate action of its members. Coretta Scott King

In March of 2020, my daughter and I somberly walked the halls of her high school. The silence was deafening. Normally these...