Discover the Three Passions of our 7-12th Program!
Passion for God
As students see how great, loving, and good God is to them, they will develop a fervent passion to love God with their whole being!
We seek to develop the mind, emotions, and will for God through Bible class, chapel, Scripture memory, and Christian service. Instructional times ground students with Bible knowledge, a Biblical worldview, apologetics, doctrine, and Bible study methods. Students will know what they believe, why they believe it, and will live it out in life!
A heart that is grounded in the Word should live like it. We seek to instill Christ-like character and godly habits of life. A rigorous program produces sterling character; even athletics play a part in this! Such a Biblical life - that is true success!
Biblical convictions taught through spiritual discipleship enable students to stand on the truth and boldly lead others in the same direction. Such leaders must lead by the example of Christ-like character!
We are serious about mentoring our students, and our small environment gifts students with the opportunity to mentor younger students as well!
Whosoever will be chief among you, let him be your servant. We teach our aspiring leaders to serve others through service opportunities both at school, in their churches, and in the community. The annual student leadership conference reinforces this theme!
We offer a standard high school diploma of 22 hours as well as a college prep diploma with 25 hours. Our core five subjects (Bible, English, History, Math, and Science) are complemented by a wide variety of electives so your student can pursue his or her own interests!
Two options are available to help students continue with future education. First, juniors and seniors may dual enroll for high school and university credit. Second, many students work ahead, enabling them to finish all graduation requirements a year early, giving them an extra year for PSEO before graduating from CRCS.
The wide variety of classes prepares students for life. Speech, health, keyboarding, computer science, and life skills combine with electives in math, science, language, music, and art to prepare students to go on with the life God has given them to live in His world.