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Class of 2016 Accomplishments

April 13, 2016  by Angelica McAllister  (Academic Counselor)

As the 2015-2016 school year comes to an end, we want to celebrate and share with you a few highlights of the accomplishments of the class of 2016. They have worked diligently and their hard work has paid off, earning them acceptances to some of our top universities here in California, such as UCSD (Ranked in top 10 nationally among public schools), SDSU (Second most applied to school in the US with 85,000 applicants: accepted 4,900 high school seniors), UC Irvine (top 25 nationally), UC Riverside, Point Loma Nazarene (Ranked as a premier Christian College) and Vanguard University, to name a few.   Read more...

 

Leadership Conference - Rome, Italy

March 2016  by Alyssa Joy Prodigalidad (Student: Senior)

During a week of spring break, I spent my time in Italy taking a leadership course on how to better understand people. The course explained why people behave a certain way, distinguishing four different personality types: the pitbull, the beagle, the golden retriever, and the dalmatian. The pitbull focuses on winning or accomplishing a goal and can be very controlling. In contrast, the sociable beagle wants people to love them and can thus be very charming. The loyal golden retriever desires peace, making them terrible procrastinators. Lastly, the analytical dalmatian focuses on being right, setting high expectation on himself and everybody else.   Read more...

 

Washington DC/New York Middle School Adventure

March 2016  by Annabelle Vergiels & Malia Mason (Parent Volunteer/Staff)

Spring Break 2016 was extraordinary for the fourteen fortunate middle school students who traveled to the East Coast under the leadership of parent volunteer, Annabelle Vergiels in association with American Christian Tours. The student’s adventure began in our nation’s capital, Washington D.C. The tour, led by Mr. Bob of ACTS, was thoroughly educational, exciting and very impactful for students and chaperones alike. Abby Martinez, a 7th grader at CCA says, “It was so exciting to go to our nation’s capital and learn how our country was founded…   Read more...

 

Beauty and the Beast Jr. Production at CCA

March 2016  by Krista McGee (Drama Teacher)

From the first note to the final bow, CCA’s production of Beauty and the Beast, Jr. was spectacular. “The energy backstage was electric,” said Israel Barrera (“Lumiere”). “God gave every member of the cast a supernatural drive that made us all give an excellent performance.”  The final product was a result of several months’ work by the directors and the cast - months spent learning lines, blocking, songs, and choreography. In the last few weeks, additional help came from sound and light technicians, along with the incredible support of the CCA faculty. Generous donations by supporters of the arts allowed the cast to have outstanding costumes, props, microphones, and sets.   Read more...

 

Mexico Missions Trip 2016

March 11-13, 2016

CCA students being the hands and feet of the Lord by building a home for a needy family.  In James 1:27 we are told: Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.  And, this is precisely what our students did by taking three days to serve a family in need.  The students (ranging from 6th-12th grades) internalized the words of Jesus that it is indeed better to give than to receive.     Read more...

 

CCA Missions Team serves in Peru

February 11-16, 2016  (Staff: Mariana Figueroa)

On February 11, 2016, CCA students hosted 100 local Pachacutecs to a soccer tournament. Roman Figueroa, Jessica Mireless, and Mr. Warren helped lead warm up drills. During the event, Jordan Duvall shared the gospel while Stephany Pantoja did an amazing job translating. Gabriel Ortiz and Jake Matsumoto helped serve 100 sandwiches and "graciosos" (aka soda) to each tournament participants. Meraiah Brewster helped with children's crafts and Connor Greenawald entertained the many kids that always surrounded him.   Read more...
 

 


2015 News & Events
 

MaxPreps Recognizes two CCA Softball Athletes as All-Americans

July 22, 2015

MaxPreps recently recognized two of CCA's finest athletes for their recent accomplishments on the softball field.  After leading the Royal Knights softball team to an amazing record of 22-3, clinching the Citrus League Championship, and the #1 ranking in division 5, Senior Kailey Harvey and Freshman Mimi Farfan led their team to the CIF finals held at UCSD.  Locallly, coaches selected Kailey as the Most Valuable Player in the league and Mimi as the Pitcher of the Year.   Read more...
 


CCA Students demonstrate Servant Leadership on Mexico Missions Trip

March 1-3, 2015

The three pillars of CCA are: Simply Jesus, Superior Academics and Servant Leadership.  The video below highlights the last pillar, as it shows CCA students being the hands and feet of the Lord by building a home for a needy family.  In James 1:27 we are told: Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.  Read more...

 


AFA's 2015 Teacher of the Year Award


The San Diego County Air Force Association (AFA) recently announced their well-regarded Teacher of the Year Award, and one of our CCA teaching staff was chosen! This is an amazing accomplishment as the field was competitive and the requirements extensive.  

Each applicant is required to include a letter from their administrator and a personal essay describing how they integrate Science, Technology, Engineering and Math into their learning environment.  Read more...
 


Chasing Wisdom in China

January 2015.  Written by Israel Barrera, CCA 11th Grade Student

In January 2015, I had the opportunity to visit China while attending a Global Next Leadership Conference called "Chasing Wisdom" held in Beijing, the capital. Being in a foreign country was eye opening and a little bit frightening. I was exposed to things I wouldn’t normally be exposed to in the United States.

One of the obvious things was communism, which was evident everywhere I looked.  It made me more grateful to live in a free country like the United States.  Read more...
 


Cheer Team brings home trophy from Nationals

January 1, 2015.  Written by Coach Chuck Schleiger

During the Winter break, Calvary Christian’s High School Varsity CoEd Competition Cheer Team spent four days in Orlando Florida to compete at the National Cheer Competition hosted by FCC (Fellowship of Christian Cheerleaders). This was a two day invitational competition against top teams in the country.  Cheer competitions are unlike any other sporting event in which teams have 2 minutes and 30 seconds to impress a panel of judges by quickly executing combinations of cheerleading stunts mixed with gymnastic moves in a flawless performance synchronized to heart pounding upbeat music.  Read more...

 

 

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