STRONG COMMITMENT TO FAMILY CHARACTER
Parents are committed to raising their children according to the teachings of Scripture regarding the family.
AGREE WITH THE CHS WRITTEN STATEMENT OF FAITH
One parent or guardian, but preferably both, must provide written assent to the CHS Statement of Faith as the foundational document for the entire curriculum of CHS. The importance of both the school and the family supporting their children being taught from the perspective of these essential doctrines of faith cannot be overemphasized.
UNDERSTAND AND ARE COMMITTED TO CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
We are looking for families that desire their children to develop a Biblical world view. (Parents are encouraged to watch a video/DVD or read a pamphlet on the distinctiveness of a Christian education.)
WILLING TO SOLVE CONFLICTS AS INDICATED IN MATTHEW 18:15-20
When conflicts arise, parents and/or students should go directly to the person involved. Others should only be consulted when necessary to resolve the issue.
Parents must provide required evidence that each student meets the school's academic criteria. CHS's goal is to present an excelled academic program throughout all grade levels to better prepare our students for their future.
SIBLINGS AT SCHOOL
Preference is given to school families.
ABLE AND WILLING TO VOLUNTEER AT SCHOOL
The school depends on parental involvement at all levels.
The school has very limited Scholarship funds relative to needs. Application forms are available through the Scholarship Committee after your student has been accepted to CHS. Application for financial aid must be renewed every year.
All things equal, an earlier application will prevail. Children need to be five years old by September 1st for Kindergarten and six years old by the same date for first grade.
CHS admits students regardless of race, color, socioeconomic factors, national or ethnic origin. CHS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, socioeconomic factors, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, athletic and other school administered programs.
CHS reserves the right to refuse admittance to any family it believes may cause disruption to the community spirit that exists among the families currently involved in the school.