Back-To-School & New Student Info Hub

CAC New Student Information

Welcome to Mustang Mountain! We are thrilled to have you join the CAC community this year!

And welcome back to our returning students. We cannot wait to see you on the Mountain!

At the core of our school’s mission is the aspiration to equip and empower graduates who will utilize their unique gifts and talents to spread light and joy in the world. This year’s theme, taken from John 3:30 – ‘He must become greater. I must become less,’ perfectly aligns with our mission. It underscores the significance of nurturing our students’ spiritual growth alongside providing them with a comprehensive academic education. Our aim is to educate graduates who will emerge as servant leaders, firmly grounded in their faith and dedicated to making a positive impact on the world around them.

Below you will find some information that we hope will help you navigate the new school year.

Reach out to us if you have any questions.

Forms to Complete

All students must sign the following form prior to the first day of school:

View the 2023-24 Handbook here:

Key Dates

For a complete list of important dates on Mustang Mountain, click the button below for a printable PDF.

Here are a few beginning-of-the-year dates to note:

Student Schedules

Student schedules are currently available and may be accessed in RenWeb. Please note that schedules are subject to change. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Custer ( or Mrs. Vick (

Supply Lists

Supply lists for each grade can be found by clicking the button below.

Parent and Family Support for RenWeb and Google Classroom

At CAC’s Secondary Campus, Google Classroom and Renweb are utilized as the primary learning management systems. The link below provides students and families with resources to foster academic success while utilizing each of these programs. We hope you find helpful tips and information to support learning both on Mustang Mountain and at home.

Lunch and Food Service

ClassificationsLunch Times
Grades 6-911:45 a.m.-12:10 p.m.
Grades 10-1212:35-1 p.m.

After-School Care

Extended Care Enrollment Forms for the 2023-24 school year will be available July 17. Space may be limited due to physical distancing restrictions. Space will be reserved in the order enrollment forms are received.

Shuttle Bus Services

CAC offers parents the option to shuttle their students from one of our campus locations to the campus they attend. For instance, if you live near our North Little Rock elementary campus and your child goes attends the Secondary Campus, you can sign up for pick up and drop off at the elementary campus.

Students must be pre-registered to utilize the CAC shuttle service. Sign up information will be available on July 17. Students will not be permitted to ride the shuttle if they are not registered. Seat availability is given on a first-come, first-served basis. Drop-ins are not allowed.

Bell Schedule

Complete Bell Schedule Document

Drop-off and Pick-up

The Atrium inside the high school will open at 7 a.m. each day. Locker and classroom areas will open at 7:30 a.m.  Students who do not have a first period class should arrive on campus by 8:40 a.m. Second period begins at 8:50.


All students in grades 6 – 12 must exit the building through the Atrium. Students not participating in extracurricular activities or enrolled in After-School Care should be picked up by 4 p.m. If a student’s ride does not arrive by 4 p.m., extended care policies and pricing will apply. 

School Day Check-in/Check-Out Procedures

The doors will lock at 8 a.m. each morning. If a student arrives after this point they will be required to check in at the main office through the buzzer system. Check-in procedures will be outlined in the handbook.


Students who need to check in (or arrive late to the first period of the day) must buzz in at the atrium doors and check in with the office.


Parents and guardians have two options to check out their student. Parents may call the front office from the parking lot or buzz at the atrium doors. Students must sign out in the office before meeting their parent/guardian outside. The front office must receive email or phone confirmation prior to the student leaving campus. If a student leaves campus without checking out through the office, they will be considered truant and will receive disciplinary action for skipping class.

Student Parking and Parking Passes

Student drivers may park in any parking spot in the upper lot that has been designated with a number or in the lower parking lot for the first week of school. After the second week of school, student vehicles must have a Parking Pass. Parking Passes will be sold the second week of school for $5.00.