Promotes a rigorous academic atmosphere where students engage in exploration, research, hands-on activities, creative thinking, problem solving and sharing of knowledge with others.
Reading and literacy are taught and practiced regularly at CWSCS. Students engage in reading both to enhance learning of various subject matters and reading for pleasure. We use tools such as Accelerate Reader to help measure students' reading comprehension.
Writing is utilized in many ways at CWSCS. Grammar, creative writing, and essays are learned and practice throughout all grades so that students can graduate ready for the demands of high school and beyond.
Students learn about math with real world application and can graduate with credit in Algebra. A staff member also acts as a math coach to advise other teachers on ways to improve their math curriculum and teaching techniques.
Students experience science both inside and outside the classroom. They participate in science-based field trips including working in a community garden and are taught to use science to help understand God's amazing world.
All students participate in art class. CWSCS believes that the fine arts are necessary for students to have a holistic education. Students learn techniques and critical thinking skills as they engage with various media and think about big ideas. They are encouraged to think creatively and problem solve!
All students participate in physical education and are encouraged to live healthy lifestyles by participating in fitness activities and eating well. Physical Education teaches children about their unique chemistry and how to practice sportsmanship and show teamwork.
As part of the fine arts, music plays an integral role in a holistic education. Students learn songs, music theory, and even get opportunities to create their own music and sing in the CWSCS choir.
Essential to our curriculum, bible gives students a greater understanding of who God is and His purpose for their lives. They learn about important figures and how to apply biblical teaching to their lives.
Learning about the world beyond the walls of our school is important in the pursuit of equipping children to be leaders in their later life. Skills and knowledge gained from social studies give them understanding about their world and empowers them to become active in their own communities.