|Christian Community Elementary school serves students in grades Kindergarten through five.
CCS provides its students the opportunity to be educated in an atmosphere that is
environmentally safe, academically sound, supportively structured, emotionally balanced, and
physically challenging. CCS strives to meet each student's individual needs in a
Christ-centered atmosphere. Abeka Book, Bob Jones University Press, ACSI Purposeful
Design, Biblical Choices, and Positive Action for Christ are the curriculum for elementary.
In addition to regular classroom curricular work, students take music, art, physical education,
library, and computer.
Biblically based academics are the primary focus of CCS. The elementary students are
provided enrichment through Accelerated Reader, DARE, and gifted classes.
|Elementary School - Learning to Achieve
|Christian Community Middle School serves students in grades six through eight. The school
maintains a position of academic excellence through educational experiences designed to
enhance student achievement. Core subjects include Bible, English, history, math, and
science. Electives include physical education, drama, and computer classes. A Beka Book,
Bob Jones University Press, and Positive Action for Christ are the curriculum for middle school.
CCS offers individualized learning services for students with special needs on both ends of the
spectrum. A variety of extracurricular activities is offered, including sports (football, basketball,
soccer, baseball, and cheerleading), music lessons, and club activities.
|Middle School - Mastering the Core
|CCS offers a stringent college preparatory program. Students are afforded the opportunity to
take advanced classes, such as: PreCal, Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics. Students may
also move forward in Dual-Enrollment college classes. Students can earn up to 24 college
hours. CCS also offers fine arts and elective classes which include: music, drama, arts and
humanities, and study skills. A Beka Book, Bob Jones University Press, Dave Ramsey, ACSI
Purposeful Design, and Glencoe/McGraw Hill are the curriculum for high school.
The juniors at CCS are encouraged to take the ACT and/or SAT. CCS students are provided
the occasion to take the PSAT and the PLAN (ACT college readiness test) in the 10th grade.
|High School - Preparing for Future Success
In order for a student to graduate from Christian Community High
School, a total of twenty-six (26) credits are necessary.
Subject Credits Required Must Include
|Requirements to Graduate from CCS
|An attendance diploma is available for those students who are not
functioning on grade level, but whom have completed work in their
classes. Students who complete 12th grade but do not obtain enough
credits, do not complete all core courses, or do not pass required
testing will still be acknowledged in the graduation ceremony. They will
walk across the stage in cap and gown; however, instead of receiving a
college preparatory or general diploma, they will receive a certificate of