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Academics

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UPPER SCHOOL

Grades 6-12

Grades 6-8: Optimal Learning Environment

As students enter our Upper School, emerging independence is met with effort to foster good research and study habits, time management, and organization. Teachers strive to provide students with the necessary tools and experiences to develop reasoning, logic, understanding, confidence, and compassion.

  • Educational Field Trips

  • Academic and social activities

  • National History Day Project

  • Kinesthetic teaching methods to help reinforce instruction

  • Monthly service projects

  • Flexible methods to demonstrate understanding

  • Encouraging students to develop God-given giftings

Grades 9-12: Training for Godliness

With God's Word as our foundation, our prayer for every student is that they embrace the call of God in their lives.  Our teachers and staff diligently seek to provide the students with the resources needed for each student to impact the world for Christ.

  • Educational field trips

  • Academic and social activities

  • Service projects

  • Ministry outreach

  • Honors / AP Classes

  • National History Day Project

  • Mini-Course Program - Specialized Classes Taught

  • Fine Arts

Juniors and seniors are also eligible to participate in College Credit Plus,

which offers them the opportunity to earn college credits through LCCC or Cedarville for free. College Credit Plus can offer a great post-secondary experience to supplement

a student's education at CCS. 

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35716 Royalton Rd.

North Eaton, OH 44044

Ph: (440) 748-6224

PROVERBS 16:16

How much better it is to get wisdom than gold! And to get understanding is to be chosen above silver.

Christian Community

School

National History Day:
A Multi-Faceted Learning Experience

National History Day (NHD) is a year-long academic program focused on historical research, interpretation and creative expression. By participating in NHD, students become writers, filmmakers, web designers, playwrights and artists as they create unique contemporary expressions of history. More than half a million middle and high school students participate annually.

Because of NHD's multi-faceted academic benefits, it has been fully integrated into the CCS curriculum for grades 8 and 11. At the beginning of each school year, students choose a historical topic that fits the annual NHD theme and spend the year going through the research process. Students can choose to create an exhibit, documentary, website, or performance.

Visit our NHD informational page to learn more!

Curriculum

Grades 6-8

Literature  /  Grammar  /  Social Studies  /  Earth and Life Science  / 

Pre-Algebra/Algebra  /  Bible  /  Spanish  /  Art  /  Choir  /  Typing  /  Physical Education 

Grades 9-12

World Literature I & II  /  American Literature  /  British Literature  /  Composition  /  Speech  /  World History I & II  /  Government and Economics  /  American History  / Biology  /  Anatomy  /  Health  / Chemistry / Physics  / Algebra I & II  / Geometry and Logic  / Consumer Math  /  Calculus  /  Old & New Testament  /  Apologetics  /  Ethics  /  Spanish  /  Technology  /  Art  /  Choir  /  Physical Education

Ph: (440) 748-6224 

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