Students Talk About Mexico & Bahamas Missions

Connor Walcott, Cathryn Knapp, Jessica Gushue, Kristi Pitts
March 31, 2014

Learning Why We Love Jesus By Connor Walcott As kids who’ve grown up in the proverbial “Christian Bubble,” we’ve heard “Jesus loves you!” countless times. The importance of reciprocating this love via a “personal relationship” has been stressed above all else in nearly every aspect of... Read more »

The Heart Behind… what you do.

Alexandra Gomez, Writer/Managing Editor
March 31, 2014

Do you define yourself by it? By the sport you play, or the songs you listen to. By the style you dance, or the things you create. Judy Collins, American singer and songwriter eloquently put, “I think people who are creative are the luckiest people on earth. I know that there are no shortcuts, but... Read more »

Hebrew Class. Going Back to Basics.

Alexandra Gomez and Connor Walcott, Staff Writers
March 31, 2014

If there is one thing to be said about what this school has to offer, it’s the diverse selection of courses. It has always been part of what makes CCA different from any other private school in South Florida. From several clubs and extracurricular activities to core curriculum tracks and endorsements,... Read more »

Second Semester Blues

Ryan Herbert, Staff Writer
March 31, 2014

It’s the second semester, which means you might have been hit with the second semester blues. The third quarter is particularly hard, when it seems like teachers from every subject are loading on the projects and essays. It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that schoolwork is at its most grueling. Everyone... Read more »

And the TOTY Goes to…

Josh Kaufman, Staff Writer
March 31, 2014

Well, no, there isn’t actually a Teacher of the Year contest or award, for that matter. However, Science Teacher, Mr. Trevor Raborn has stood out amongst his peers with his open honesty, hard work, and fun-loving attitude. As a high school 9th grade science teacher, devoted husband, and cancer killer... Read more »

NHS. Above the Average.

Leah Toledano, Staff Writer
March 31, 2014

Different paths will always project different futures. There are two types of students in this generation. Some desire to go even further than their natural abilities, and others prefer to stay in their comfort zone. The National Honors Society can surely be an obtainable destination for both. The society... Read more »

What’s In A Friendship?

What's in a Friendship?

Alexandra Gomez, Managing Editor
December 13, 2013

In its simplest form, a friendship is a bond between two people. A bond of mutual trust that forms from similar interest, beliefs, or ideas. You know it’s real when, if you get in trouble, they stay with you and have your back. That person is there to support you, and while what they do or say may... Read more »

Student Life

Student Life

Leah Toledano, Staff Writer/ Designer
December 13, 2013

A newly found energy has washed over Calvary students, as excitement has risen within the campus. Student Life Director David Collins has bridged the gap between students and administration, giving CCA the ability to take school spirit to a higher level. During an interview with Mr. Collins he suggested... Read more »

The Heart and Mind of a Club


Joshua Kaufman, Staff Writer/ Designer
December 13, 2013

It’s November. By now you’ve been immersed in classes, homework, tests, and everything that eight hours of school-approved fun can contain. There is, however,  a ray of sunshine that brightens your day. That’s right, those clubs you love so dearly. The CCA club scene ranges from passions like... Read more »

AP Classes Lead Students to Advanced Thinking

AP classes

Connor Walcott, Copy Editor/ Web Editor/ Writer
December 11, 2013

AP classes: the pinnacle of high school education. Filled with the best students, they offer a higher level of study, as well as countless academic benefits, both now and in college. Some students strive to get into them, but then occasionally try desperately to get out of them, because, despite the... Read more »

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