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Each year CCA attempts to capture key events and highlights for posterity. The yearbook is created through a high school elective.


God has instructed His followers to be examples of willing service to others. Here at CCA, we continue to seek ways to serve those around us. We are currently involved with an ongoing, elementary school, nursing home ministry. To help students start a habit of volunteerism, each graduate of CCA is encouraged to get involved in their community and serve in some capacity. CCA requires high school students to perform 100 hours of community service to receive a CCA diploma (25 hours per year on average).


Various field trips are planned throughout the year. These trips will be for the student's enrichment and enjoyment. If parents wish to be involved in field trips, they must fill out the required volunteer application forms and be pre-approved, provided that there is sufficient time to complete paperwork for approval.


Students in grades 9 - 12 may attend the CCA Senior Celebration Banquet in late spring. The CCA Senior Banquet is a time to recognize and celebrate the Senior class at CCA. This is a formal occasion for the High School students and the parents to honor those graduating.