Community Christian School

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Our primary objective is to raise a generation that will shape the world according to Christian principles; therefore high school students at Community Christian School follow a college preparatory plan of coursework and participate in a variety of activities to develop each student spiritually, academically, physically and socially. Our rigorous academic offerings move students to intellectual independence and prepare them for success at the postsecondary institution of their choosing. While core classes comprise the staple of our academic tracks, students pick from a variety of electives. The academic curriculum is also supplemented by competitions in the areas of essay & poetry writing, scientific applications to bridge building, All-State Band, and regional art competitions. Honor students enjoy the opportunity to take both Advanced Placement and dual enrollment courses on campus. Community Christian School nominates students to participate in the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program, STAR Student Program, and Youth Leadership Henry.AOA-Brochure Page 04 Image 0002

Academic excellence is not our only commitment: Community Christian sponsors a wide array of spiritual and social events. Chapel services are led by the student praise band, and advisor groups give students and teachers the opportunity to build relationships through small group Bible study. Our student government and administration have hosted social activities which provide a much needed balance to academic challenges and teach the social graces that a classroom setting cannot endow. Each year students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of overnight trips. Spiritual retreats are offered in conjunction with Community Bible Church’s Aftershock Youth Ministry each summer and winter. Educational trips to Europe and Washington DC have supplemented the core curriculum. Mission trips to the Caribbean, Central America and South America have given students an opportunity to serve others while spreading the knowledge of Christ.

High school students at Community Christian School follow a college preparatory plan of coursework and participate in a variety of activities to develop each student spiritually, academically, physically and socially. The rigorous coursework goes above the state-graduation requirements of 23 credits with CCS graduates earning 28 credits during their four years of high school. Honor students enjoy the opportunity to compete and participate in programs that encourage academic achievement, leadership and community service. Community Christian School nominates students to participate in the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program, STAR Student Program, and Youth Leadership Henry.

Colleges offering admission to Community Christian School students

Anderson University
Arkansas Tech University
Armstrong Atlantic State University
Barry University
Berry College
Binghampton University, New York
California State University at Dominguez Hills
Clayton State University
College of Charleston
Columbus State University
Covenant College
Darton College
Georgia College
Georgia Gwinnett College
Georgia Highlands College
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Perimeter College
Georgia Southern University
Georgia State University
Gordon College
Eastern Illinois University
East Georgia College
East Tennessee State University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Emory University
Faulkner University
Full Sail University
Int’l College of Management, Sydney, AU
Jacksonville University
Kennesaw State University
Liberty University
Lindsey-Wilson College
Louisiana State University
Mars Hill College
Massachusetts College of Art
Maryland Institute College of Art & Design
Mercer University
North Carolina Central University
North Georgia College
Oglethorpe University
Oxford College of Emory University
Reinhardt University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Santa Monica College
Savannah College of Art & Design
Shorter College
Southern Crescent Technical College
Southern Polytechnic State University
State University of New York at Binghamton
State University of New York at Potsdam
St. John’s University
Tennessee Temple University
Truett-McConnell College
Toccoa Falls College
Tusculum College
University of Central Florida
University of Georgia
University of Hawaii
University of Mississippi
University of South Carolina
University of South Carolina Aiken
University of Tampa
University of the Cumberlands
University of Tulsa
University of Virginia
University of West Georgia
Valdosta State University
Xavier University of Louisiana