Calvary Christian School is growing! We need more space.
Why is more education space needed?
- CCS has grown in enrollment by nearly 30% over the last four years effectively filling every learning space in the existing buildings.
- Expanded classroom options will allow CCS to grow to 1000 students. Expanded educational space will grow Calvary in the three main areas of academics, arts, and athletics.
What will this look like?
Our first step is to meet the immediate need for additional classrooms before the 2019-2020 school year begins. We plan to do this by adding movable modular buildings in the gravel lot between middle school and high school. This plan will provide:
- 12 classrooms that will expand our educational space
- A fence that will encircle the area to ensure the safety of our students
- A covered walkway that will connect these buildings to the high school and middle school buildings
- Modified traffic plans to reflect this change.
As the master plan develops, these buildings can be relocated and repurposed around the campus or sold when we no longer need them.
How can you be involved?
- First, pray for school leadership as we brainstorm and study how to most effectively use the land and resources God has provided.
- Second, pray and consider how you can support this effort with your finances and resources. You can make an immediate gift to the Calvary Christian School Foundation (mail checks to CCS Development Office) or make a three or five-year pledge. The goal is $1 million in gifts and pledges by August 1, 2019.
Please read the letter from Marinda Smith, lower school principal, about the new 5th/6th -grade academy at this link. You can also listen to the interview with Jim Koan about the classroom expansion project here.
We promise to keep you informed as the building campaign continues until our objective is accomplished – new education space for the growth of CCS to 1000 students, one student at a time.