CCS exists for the primary goal of assisting parents in bringing up their children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. The home has the primary responsibility for rearing children; the school is simply an extension of the home. The goals of CCS are to encourage, support, and reinforce the teaching and training already taking place in both the home and the church.
Since its foundation, it has been the goal of CCS to train and equip each student so that he may develop in the same manner as our Lord Jesus Christ (Luke 2:52). Working with the parents, CCS will help a child grow in wisdom (academically), in stature (physically), in Christ (spiritually), and in favor with man (socially). These goals are clearly stated in the Student and Parent Elementary and High School Handbooks.
Every aspect of the educational program is designed to fulfill the mission statement. Spiritually, students are ministered to through weekly chapel and Bible memory programs, discipleship groups, annual retreats, and spiritual emphasis week. Academically, students are provided with quality Christian teachers and an accelerated Bible-based curriculum. Socially, students are held accountable for actions that contradict the mission statement. Discipline is approached with Biblical principles. The desire of CCS is to make the best use of all its facilities and programs, thus achieving the mission statement in producing well-rounded students.