Colorado Springs Christian Schools | High School Principal Blog
From Mason Young
Principally Speaking
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    There is a lightness to my step and an eagerness in my heart as the new school year has approached the midterm of the first quarter. I can’t really express how thankful I am for the attitude and kindness I’ve experienced with the students and faculty. Many of the parents have greeted me so warmly that I feel like a celebrity. I have really …

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    The HS faculty has been working hard to finish this year well and are already making plans for next year. Two items are particularly exciting because they will benefit our students directly: In addition to Algebra 1, a new math course would spread Algebra 1 over the course of two years and include geometry in both years. This will allow participating students to dig …

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    Today, CSCS High School celebrated Veteran’s Day with the middle school students. Chaplain Colonel Tate was the main speaker. We enjoyed a performance by the USAFA Sabre Team as part of the program. Witness sang the National Anthem and a military Color Guard brought in and retired the colors. The Guard was made up of CSCS Staff and parents. It was a touching and …

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    Why Every High School Student Should Get 100% on Their RFCs The Math Department at CSCS works hard to help students succeed. One of the ways they do this involves RFCs. RFC stands for Review For College. The worksheets are designed to continuously review math material from previous levels. The first problem every week is the same type of problem and this occurs for …

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    The Senior Retreat at Silver Cliff Ranch was a spiritually challenging and enjoyable weekend for the Class of 2015. The high school band sent 18 students to Tri-Peaks Honor Band tryouts. For the first time ever, 100% of the CSCS students trying out made the Honor Band! The Class of 2015 has one Commended student in the National Merit Scholarship Program.  Senior Colleen …