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Board Announcement

Dr. Andrew Stewart To Be Named Third CAC President Leadership transition is next phase in strategic plan 2019-2029 STRATEGIC PLAN Board of Directors After completing a search process, the CAC Board announced today that it has selected Dr. Andrew Stewart, current Secondary Campus principal, to succeed longtime President…

Get to Know BrookLynn White, USM Golden Eagle

"Her stats are very impressive and even more than that is her character. BrookLynn is an all-around athlete who loves to compete. Her drive and determination are evident every day. She shows up early in the morning for in-season workouts, has an after-school practice and then most every…

Get to Know Stella Peters

CAC 6th grader Stella Peters is an aspiring actress. Last year, she auditioned for a part in a movie and landed her first role! With the premiere coming up in early December, we sat down with Stella to learn more about her acting career and her experience shooting…

Game On Athletic Capital Campaign

CAC is excited to announce the official launch of the GAME ON! athletic capital campaign. The official announcement and kickoff event was held Friday, October 21 during halftime of the Varsity Football game. Watch a quick campaign overview video below and learn more about the campaign, including viewing…

Spirit Wear Design Contest

Show Us Your CAC Pride! Spirit Wear Design Contest Do you have a great idea for a CAC Spirit Wear design? Do you want to feel pride in seeing your peers wear a shirt that you created to showcase your CAC pride? Enter our Spirit Wear Design Contest!…

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

To raise awareness about the struggles associated with dyslexia, we spoke with Melissa Hannah, Educational and Language Therapist in our new Foundations Program. The Foundations Program was designed to address the educational needs of students in grades 6-12, with the primary diagnosis of dyslexia or other language-based learning…

The Techie Parent

Raising children in a digital age can be overwhelming and sometimes flat-out terrifying. Technology is continually evolving and trying to keep up can feel defeating at times. For many of us, just when you think you are beginning to understand it, technology changes again, and you are left right back where you began: overwhelmed and a bit scared!

CAC’s Drama Department to Present “James and the Giant Peach”

CAC’s drama department will present the musical “James and the Giant Peach” December 3-5. The delightfully upbeat musical is an adaption of Roald Dahl's fantastical tale of a boy, his insect friends and their amazing journey across the ocean on a giant piece of fruit. James finds himself in…

National Merit Semifinalists

Congratulations to CAC seniors Yasmine Hekmatpour, Riley Bryant and Sarah Reaves for being named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists! Over 1.5 million students entered the program and our academically talented students scored in the top 1% to achieve this great honor! Please help us congratulate them as they make…

Homecoming 2022

Faithful to the Mission When Central Arkansas Christian Schools opened its doors to 156 students on Sept. 13, 1971, there were many hopes and dreams for what it might become. Now, 51 years later, we remain faithful to the mission of providing a distinctively Christian education that inspires…