Students have Bible class daily, and attend chapel every other week. In addition to attending Bible class daily, it is important to understand that a Biblical worldview is the foundation for every class, activity, sport, and function at CCS. Our Bible curriculum is taught from an Orthodox Christian, Protestant, Evangelical, Reformed, interdenominational perspective. Our elementary students are exposed to the entire biblical story from first through fifth grade. Sixth grade students do a Survey of the entire Bible with the theme: The Bible is God's Story and He is the hero. Our seventh grade students focus on the theme, "What We Believe" and are exposed to our Christian beliefs, church history, world religions, cults, Creationism, and Naturalism. In addition, our seventh grade students take a week long field trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, where they spend time in the Creation museum, the glory and wonder of God's creation in Mammoth Cave and the Cincinnati Zoo, and other exciting, fun events. Our eighth graders spend the entire year learning what it means to have the mind of Christ- a biblical worldview- in the areas of theology, philosophy, ethics, biology, psychology, sociology, law, politics, economics, and history.
In addition to giving opportunities for our students to glorify God with their minds, CCS gives students opportunities to glorify God with their hearts and hands. Students have a boys and girls bible study with a male and female devotional leader once a week, where bible study, prayer, scripture memorization, and the opportunity to live in community takes place. Students are also given an opportunity to perform missions projects throughout the year. Each middle school grade performs a day long mission project, and the middle school supports orphan ministries with time and giving. In addition, students are given opportunities to serve The Lord through the school, the community, and international missions projects throughout the year.