MISSIONS AND MINISTRY
In addition to being taught about missions and ministry, each student will have opportunities to practice what he/she is learning in response to the leading of the Holy Spirit. These opportunities will be age-appropriate and enhance learning rather than interfere with the academic process. CCCS is a discipleship school and our mission is to promote spiritual growth and ministry in the heart of every student, no matter what vocation into which God leads him/her.
It is our conviction that the Bible teaches that physical fitness is important to God and ministry. Consequently, each student will be exposed to some form of regular physical activity to develop and maintain health and fitness. If there is a medical condition that precludes the normally prescribed activities, we will attempt to individualize a program for your student in consultation and cooperation with you and his/her physician. A doctor’s consultation will be necessary for any modification of the general program plan for your student’s class.
Students in first through sixth (1st-6th) grades can have no more than three (3) books checked out at one time. Books are checked out for one (1) week at a time and may be renewed twice. Students in seventh through twelfth (7th-12th) grades can have no more than six (6) books checked out at one time. Books are checked out for two (2) weeks at a time and may be renewed twice. Students will be fined .25 cents per day for each overdue book. When fines exceed the average cost of a book ($15.00) library privileges will be suspended until the books are returned and the fine is paid in full. Students who lose books will be charged the cost of the book. Computers in the library are only for school related research or assignments. Students using the computers for games, email, or chat rooms will lose their computer privileges.
We will have two educational computers in each classroom, to be used by students under the control and direction of the teacher. We also have a fully equipped computer lab where each class will have specific training on a regular basis with the level and frequency being age-appropriate and schedule-friendly. Our library is also equipped with computers for student’s research and projects. (All internet access is filtered and monitored.)
All students in grades 6-12 must complete a minimum of ten (10) service hours per year. Service Hours may be earned between June 1 (the summer before) and March 31 and must be submitted on or before April 1 of each school year. Additional service hours may be required for students involved in service organizations.