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Why It Matters Where Your Child Goes to School

"Education shapes the future of our whole society - our children's future.  School matters; we are right to worry about the educational choices."  Shaping Hearts and Minds: Why it Matters Where Your Child Goes To School by Dr. Shawn and Monica...

Two Things to Remember in 2020

After I adopted my sons, I was supposed to be done with adoption ministry. When God dropped more children on my doorstep, I was supposed to be their mom forever. When my friend got sick, she was supposed to get better. God was supposed to remove...

An Interview with the New Rhetoric School Head

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—

I took the one less traveled by,

And that has made all the difference.

Robert Frost

David Johnson, CCA’s new Rhetoric School Head, decided to take the road less traveled during his senior year of college. ...

An Interview with a Logic School Head

A day in the life of a middle school student is filled with energy, awkwardness, failure, success, and lots of noise, chaos, and emotion. Leading children in these preteen years can be challenging, but also the most rewarding job at a school. So...

An Interview with a Pre-Grammar and Grammar School Head

Myrandi Ballesteros, CCA’s Pre-Grammar and Grammar School Head, has loved teaching children from her youngest years. She was raised in a Christian home by loving parents. Her father was a southern Baptist minister, so the church was like a second...

An Interview with the New Headmaster

Only 4% of boy scouts earn the rank of Eagle Scout. Eagle Scouts are servant-minded leaders with the character and commitment to stay the course.  

CCA is honored to welcome our own Eagle Scout, Dr. Tony Jeffrey, our new headmaster. His life...

Things We Have Learned From COVID19

It wasn't supposed to be this way.

Taking A Tree Walk

***This blog was written before we implemented distance learning.  There are not adequate words to describe how much teachers are missing their students. They cannot wait until the time when they can return to campus for tree walks and distance...

Battling a Pandemic: Wisdom from a Hobbit

In J.R.R. Tolkien's classic, The Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins is a character who loves peace, quiet, and comfort. He plans his days around the meals he will have and the friends he will see. He hates the unexpected. But somehow one day, the wizard,...

A Hope That Does Not Dissappoint

From the time our lives turned upside down a few weeks ago, we have all engaged in the hope that things will turn out all right, that our lives will return to normal, and that we will survive the disruptions.