God Tugs at the Heart of Allison Stapleton

Kaley Israels
February 18, 2010

A student walked into the guidance department to ask for help with her schedule. She stopped in her tracks as she saw a new face, but was quickly reassured by the kind smile. “I’m Miss Stapleton, your new guidance counselor,” she said, welcoming the student into her office and asking her questions... Read more »

Elementary School Celebrates 100th Day of School

Moriah Smith
February 18, 2010

What do smiles on children’s faces, picturesque hallways, energetic activities, and the number 100 have in common? Well, ever since this school was established ten years ago, Calvary Christian Academy has celebrated the first 100 days of school as one of the many events that comprise the climax of... Read more »

New Track Coach Creates New Team

Eric Brown
February 18, 2010

The CCA Track team is a new dynamic group this year because Barry Cantrell has just recently been brought in as the new head coach. He is very ecstatic and hopeful about being in the leading role of this year’s squad. He exclaimed, “the team has a wonderful blend of experience and newcomers, and... Read more »

Ask Alex: What About Drinking?

Alex
February 18, 2010

Dear Alex, I really don’t understand the problem with drinking. God created alcohol so it’s okay, right? Why is consumption of alcohol considered a sin? And why shouldn’t teenagers drink? “Our body is a temple,” begins Miss Allison Stapleton, secondary school guidance counselor. Such a profound,... Read more »

The CCA Covenant

Rebecca Urrutia
February 18, 2010

For the past several weeks in CCA High School, the word “covenant” has probably been mentioned over a hundred times, creating mixed emotions in the student body. Responses vary from, “I don’t want it to be held over our heads if we mess up,” to “I think it’s a good heart check, it’ll... Read more »

Dominick Goes to Dartmouth

Danielle Germaine
February 18, 2010

With the final stroke of his pen, Ivy League-bound Senior, Dominick Pierre smiled as his friends, family, and coaches proudly applauded. School history was made Wednesday, February 3, when Pierre signed a four-year contract, accepting his position on Dartmouth College’s “Big Green” football team... Read more »

“Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My!” A Wizard of Oz Review

Alexandra Gomez
February 18, 2010

There’s no place like home,” and there will never be another play quite like this one, a dazzling fantasy musical so beautifully directed by Lisa Flay and acted by elementary and secondary students that it deserves its classic status on CCA’s “best plays list.” From silly scarecrows, to less... Read more »

Fourth Grade Shines: Seed Money Project

Moriah Smith
February 4, 2010

How will you affect this world for Christ? Recently, the fourth grade students were given the opportunity to experience the joy of giving and shine their lights in an oftentimes dark world. Each student was given a dollar in lieu of a Christmas present directly after Thanksgiving through a project called,... Read more »

Mexico: The Untold Chapter (Exclusive Edition)

Rebecca Urrutia, Danielle Germaine, and Joe Rogers
February 4, 2010

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Obama Threatening Press Freedom?

Darlene Rodick
February 4, 2010

“I am the President, and I will carry out my duties as I think are appropriate,” stated President Obama during a CNN interview last August, which did much to bring into focus his bias with certain media outlets. It’s a well-known fact that since he entered the White House, President Obama has been... Read more »

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