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Our International Student Program is looking host families to welcome and care for 3 of our students from A+ Academy, a Christian school in Beijing, China for the 2021-2022 school year. 

Our relationship with A+ Academy goes back many years and this year we will have 10th graders Alicia and Abraham and 12th grader John joining us. John is familiar with CCS as he was a student on campus two years ago. 

What does a host family do? Host families provide a loving home for these students that are living and studying a long way from their own homes. 

Host families treat these students as a member of their own family, provide transportation to and from school, provide meals, and include him or her in their daily activities. This is a wonderful opportunity to introduce your own children to another culture and build relationships with those from a country that is becoming increasingly hostile to the Gospel.

If you are interested in learning more about serving as a host family to one of our international students, please reach out Ed Blanchard at edblanchard@calvaryknights.com and visit our International Students page for additional information.

School Supplies 
and 
Required Reading
School Supply

Supply lists and summer reading assignments are available!

Check out each school page under the Academics tab to find 2021-2022 summer reading assignments and supply lists.

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Thanks to everyone who joined us for Knight of Champions and a huge thank you to everyone who volunteered their time to make this event possible.

 

We recognized 7 teams and 127 students across Academics, Arts, and Athletics that were runner-up or state champion at the GAPPS or ACSI state level.

Congratulations again to:

  • Varsity Girls Volleyball Team GAPPS State Runner-Up

  • Varsity Boys Soccer Team GAPPS State Runner-Up

  • Bukhari Mathis GAPPS State Boys Archery Runner-Up

  • Calvary Middle School Quiz Bowl Team GAPPS State Runner-Up

  • Ryan Wommack GAPPS Literary Competition Boys Solo Runner-Up

  • Kaeden Boyd GAPPS Literary Competition Girls Solo Runner-Up

  • Ashley Litz GAPPS Literary Competition Argumentative Essay Runner-Up

  • Jacob DeRouen ACSI Math Olympics Runner-Up

 

State Champions

  • Varsity Boys Cross Country Team

  • Andrew McGinnis Cross Country Boys State Champion and Boys 800m, 1600m, 3200m Track State Champion

  • Varsity Football Team

  • Eli Smith - ACSI Math Olympics Reasoning

  • One Act Play Team

    • One Act Play All-Star Cast Ryan Wommack and Lily Boyd

  • Literary Arts Competition Team and State Champions

    • Dramatic Interpretation - Arabella Evangelista

    • Ladies Trio - Kaeden Boyd, Tennyson Smith, Evie Slaughenhoup

    • Duo Interpretation - Moreland Smith, Lily Boyd

    • Spelling - Cason Trawick

  • Middle School Archery Team

  • Noah Tankersley Middle School Boys Archery State Champion

  • Emma Carpenter Middle School Girls Archery State Champion

  • Middle School Baseball Team

  • Varsity Baseball Team

We look forward to Knight of Champions in 2022!

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Fulfill 2021
High School Day of Service
April 16, 2021


Calvary high school students had the opportunity to serve in the community at the following locations:

The Village Foster Care
Camp Marannook
Truth Spring Academy & CCS Lower School Field Day
Mercy Med Gardens
Field Day at Fox Elementary
Storybook Farms
M2540 Headquarters Painting
Calvary Gardens & Community

Check out this article by WRBL or
view pictures on our Facebook page. 

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Middle School Students Place at Math Olympics

 

CCS had three middle school students that placed in the ACSI Math Olympics. This year the Math Olympics competition was virtual and our host school was Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano, Texas.

 

Gray Slaughenhoup placed 3rd in 8th grade Reasoning. Jacob DeRouen placed 2nd in 7th grade Reasoning.

Eli Smith placed 1st in 7th grade Reasoning.

 

Eli was also awarded a medal for placing first and scoring above the 85 percentile. His final score was 94%.

 

Congratulations Gray, Jacob, and Eli!