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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do CCS students wear uniforms?
CCS students do not wear uniforms, but we adhere to a modest appearance code.

2. Is transportation provided for CCS students?
Many of our area public school districts provide transportation to and from CCS, or parents may choose to make private arrangements. CCS also provides a van for transportation from the Reading and Parkesburg areas.

3. What grade levels are taught at CCS?
The CCS campus houses four distinct schools: preschool for early childhood learners, elementary school for kindergarten through fifth grades, middle school for sixth through eighth grades, and high school for our ninth through twelfth grades.

4. How do CCS parents get involved on campus?

At CCS we value parent involvement and have established a parent volunteer program that requires

10 hours of service per year per family. There are numerous ways to be an active CCS family

member. Opportunities include various committees, booster clubs, special event coordinators, etc.

5. Does CCS offer part-time/home school student opportunities?
CCS offers 
​instruction opportunities, various assessments, and extra-curricular activities
in grades K through 12. Learn more at our Part-Time Student Opportunities page.

6. Does CCS have an athletic program?
Along with our physical education classes, CCS athletics offers a variety of inter-scholastic sports to students at the middle school and high school levels. CCS is a member of the Commonwealth Christian Athletic Conference (CCAC) and Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) and offers soccer (boys), volleyball (girls), basketball (boys and girls), track (boys and girls), baseball (high school boys only), lacrosse (high school girls only). For our elementary Jr. Cougars, CCS offers several clubs, clinics, and camps throughout the year.

7. What music/drama opportunities are

available to CCS students?
In addition to traditional music classes, CCS offers a medley of

music/drama experiences. This includes choirs, worship teams,

dramas, musicals, ensembles, and recitals. Also, the CCS

Music Conservatory offers opportunities for private instrumental

and vocal lessons, as well as band participation and performances.

8. Is there a hot lunch program at CCS ?
While CCS does not serve a daily hot lunch, we do have special

lunches CCS students can order throughout the year which raise funds for various classes and activities.

CCS students pack their lunches daily. Microwaves are also provided for reheating purposes.

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