Cornerstone Christian Academy, soon to be Flatirons Academy, has a vision for a curriculum which nurtures the hearts and minds of our kids, the image-bearers we are responsible for so God’s Kingdom will burst forth in their careers, their marriages, their leisure, their families, and in our greater culture.
GO Week is an adventurous, educational opportunity to expand in understanding of our own selves, broaden our experiences of the world around us, develop and stretch our talents or abilities, build relationships with old and new friends, all while living out the parting commands of Jesus to go into all the world, teaching and making disciples of every nation.
Kathy Beach didn’t expect a decision to do what was best for her children would make an impact on children in future generations, but it did. Looking back it’s no surprise.
High School is the final frontier of childhood and the most critical time of students’ academic careers. At Cornerstone Christian Academy we know our students have big plans and want to walk in all God has for them.
It’s all in the family: education, baseball, and a passion to see kids succeed. All three of these things are just pieces of what make Karen Cox such an incredible part of the CCA Faculty.
As I sat across the table from two loving parents at a Parent-Teacher Conference, I was amazed to see the frustration on both of their faces. We were discussing how their son was struggling to complete tasks at home on his own, needing constant reminders to complete his work, and having trouble figuring out how to solve a problem on his own.
The data is in…and it is NOT GOOD! Would any of us as parents begin supplying tobacco to our middle school children, or drugs and alcohol to our high schoolers? Ofcourse not, they are not mature enough to assess the addictive nature of the products, not to mention the health risks. What I see in many of my students is a “live in the moment” approach to life; “Count the costs…no way, that’s for grown ups”.
Each year as part of their study of US History, the Cornerstone Christian Academy 8th Grade class visits Washington D.C.
My name is Katelyn Meenach and I am a senior at CCA. To be completely transparent, I went to Greeley because I didn’t have the money for Uganda after I paid for a mission trip to the Philippines in January.