Editorial: Walking the True Line of Faith

Danielle Germaine
April 22, 2010

As a student who has attended a Christian school my entire life, I have both witnessed and experienced one of the Enemy’s most destructive attacks on students. The strategic weaponry he chooses, although fatal, is not all that creative. It is a corrupt line that starts with a true point but curves... Read more »

Scientifically Speaking: Defining Race in True Colors

Joe Rogers
April 22, 2010

Even a colorblind world sees in black and white. Despite the political correctness of the world today, race defines much of who someone is. Black, white, yellow, and red all have a unique culture attached to the skin color, and nothing has divided or united like ethnicity—until the Human Genome Project. The... Read more »

Taking Chance: Movie Review

Darlene Ann Rodick
April 22, 2010

“I felt that, as long as he was still moving, he was somehow still alive. Then they put him down above his grave. He had stopped moving.” –Lt. Lt. Col. Michael Strobl, portrayed by Kevin Bacon in the HBO movie, Taking Chance, based on a true story about Chance Phelps’ final journey home. Nineteen-year-old,... Read more »

Kindergarten: Love Starts Early

Avery Reeder
April 22, 2010

Plodding into such a bright, colorful room on my first day of school was exhilarating, yet nerve-racking. I glanced at the radiant yellow tables and couldn’t wait to sit down and make my own place. With my purple and pink ballerina backpack larger than I was, I looked up at my kindergarten teacher,... Read more »

School Leaders Speak About…Discipleship

Danielle Germaine
April 22, 2010

No doubt you have heard the word “discipleship” uttered at some point this week—in a teacher’s lecture, between classes, or maybe even in the morning announcements. Though it may appear trite to the casual onlooker, this integral word has good reason to ring through every crevice and cranny... Read more »

Talking Tennis

Eric Brown
April 22, 2010

“We have many strengths and assets that improve us as a team, but at the same time there are multiple weaknesses, which however, help us to work together and become stronger,” remarked Coach Marty Fanning when describing this year’s boy’s tennis team. Throughout the year, every player has contributed... Read more »

ACSI Stories…

Michie Alvaro, Kaley Israels, and Darlene Rodick
April 22, 2010

Within a group of followers of Christ, it’s natural to want to glorify God in every way imaginable—to show off the talents the Lord has given us, and share them with the world.  The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) is a program that provides those opportunities. Through judged... Read more »

Fine Arts Endorsement

Monique Jones
April 22, 2010

CCA Fine Arts is taking big steps to ensue further development of the God-given talents instilled in our high school students. One of these steps: the recently added Fine Arts Endorsement Track. Students who choose, and are accepted, into this program will receive two credits a year along with a diploma... Read more »

LIES: It Starts Out As A Seed

Rebecca urrutia
April 22, 2010

William Post had it all. Every American envied him when he won $16.2 million dollars in the Pennsylvania lottery. $16.2 million! But his “happily ever after” dream did not turn out as he expected. In an interview, Post said, “I wish it never happened. It was totally a nightmare.” Within one year... Read more »