Capital Christian School is affordable, private education. A small school with a big heart for serving students and their families with high quality academics and life experiences that will help them be successful. Your student's life journey can begin at Capital Christian Early Education Center and continue through High School on a beautiful 63-acre campus! Visit us today by scheduling a tour, arranging a shadow day, or attend one of our informational events.
See what it is like to spend a day in the life of a Capital Christian School student! CCS welcomes your student to come and spend the day on our outstanding campus. Your student will be paired with someone who is in their grade/has similar interests, and “shadow” them for the day. They will have the opportunity to ask questions and to meet students, teachers and staff.
Please contact the following offices to set up a Shadow Day:
Information: Diana Fizer - Registrar
Information: Suzanne Oyog - Administrative Assistant
Information: Kristina Renn
Kindergarten Open House
A kindergarten Open House is held in the spring for parents and students who will be entering kindergarten the following fall. Kindergarten Open House is a time for parents to meet the kindergarten teachers, see classrooms, view curriculum and receive information on our kindergarten program. Your student(s) has an opportunity to participate in a special kindergarten activity during the event.
When students move from Elementary to Middle School, an informational night is held for prospective 5th grade parents. This is an informal evening in which parents can meet Middle School administration and learn about the program and schedule. This evening is then followed by a 5th Grade Shadow Day where 5th graders follow MS students’ schedules and participate as MS students for a day. Our 5th grade Parent Night will be held in January. Each grade level has a class trip in Middle School. Informational meetings are held for parents at each grade level.
- Our 6th grade class trip is to Hume Lake. The Hume Lake parent meeting is in September
- The 7th grade class retreat is at Jeness Park. The parent meeting for the 7th grade retreat is held in September
- The 8th grade class trip is to the historical triangle and Washington D.C. The parent meeting for this trip is in September High School
New High School Parent Night
In January, all new (and interested) high school parents are invited to an informational meeting in the Capital Christian High School Atrium. This meeting is an opportunity for you to meet the administrative staff of CCHS and to learn about the many academic, spiritual, athletic and social opportunities that will be available to your student at CCHS. Many important details are presented regarding required courses, course selection, new student orientation, etc. There will also be a time provided for you to ask specific questions about your student's upcoming high school experience.
11th Grade Parent Night
In February, all parents of eleventh grade students are encouraged to attend an informational meeting in the Capital Christian High School Atrium. During this session, you will be given an overview of what to expect during your student's senior year at CCHS. Important deadlines and dates will be reviewed and discussed. You won't want to miss this opportunity to make sure you make the most of your student's senior year.
11th Grade Parent Coffees
Please check the CCHS newsletters for the dates and times of the coffee informational sessions that are offered to parents of juniors. Our College and Career Director plans and implements these sessions for junior parents. You will learn about the financial aid process for college, important application submission dates and testing schedules for college entrance. These sessions are designed to accommodate 10 to 12 parents at a time, affording the opportunity for individual questions you may have about your student and college.
Capital Christian School (CCS) admits students of any race, color, and national ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate based on race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, financial aid program, athletic, and other school administered programs. CCS administration, however, reserves the right to dismiss or refuse admission to anyone unwilling to comply with the school's regulations, and academic or behavioral standards.