Welcome to
COVENANT CLASSICAL SCHOOL.

Covenant Classical School's mission
is to train our students to live and
think according to a biblical,
Christ-centered worldview. We
invite you to take a look around
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Academics at
COVENANT CLASSICAL SCHOOL

Scripture is our foundation and guide
as we evaluate knowledge, the world
and all of life. The best education is
anchored in an environment that
recognizes all truth as God's truth.

Athletics at
COVENANT CLASSICAL SCHOOL

Athletics creates a unique situation
to encourage, prepare and push
students toward goals. Teamwork
is a beautiful way to encourage the
individual to be involved with
the whole.

The Arts at
COVENANT CLASSICAL SCHOOL

The arts program of Covenant
Classical School seeks to develop
the aesthetic sensibilities of
students so that they may delight
in the beauty and glory of God.

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The teachers won the Teachers v Students kickball competition today and the victory was sweet. The winners got to smash whipped cream "pies" into the face of (and all over the head of) Mr. Stevens! ... See MoreSee Less

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We have tickets available for both "All My Sons" performances this weekend — purchase today in the Admin Office! Matinee (dessert), 1:30 p.m., $15. Evening (dinner/dessert), 6 p.m., $25. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are so proud of our Grammar students' artwork! These are the pieces that won awards in our jurored art show last week, the Gallery Walk. Be sure to congratulate these young artists!
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WIN a suite for 20 at a Rangers game and take your friends for a great night at the ballpark! Buy a raffle ticket to support the CCS Golf Scramble: $100/ticket or $500/8 tickets. (Details: Food and non-alcoholic beverages included for all guests, parking included for the winner.) Tickets go on sale Monday in the Development Office. Go Rangers! Go Cavs! (Photo: mlb.com) ... See MoreSee Less

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Caroline JamesMore details just in: Rangers Suite for 20 at the Rangers vs. Mariners Game June 18 at 2:05PM. Prize includes parking for the winner plus food and nonalcoholic beverages for all 20 guests. Raffle tickets are $100 each or 8 for $500 and they will go on sale Monday 5/1. The winner will be drawn at the Scramble, but need not be present to win.

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"We will feast in the house of Zion / We will sing with our hearts restored / He has done great things, we will say together / We will feast and weep no more" ... See MoreSee Less

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Janet Scroggins MurrayKaslynn LOVES singing those hymns💕

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Laura WhittenMakes my heart happy to hear the children sing these hymns.

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Valisa TungateBen has been loving this song and singing it at home all the time. Aaron Tungate

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Cavaliers Capture TCAF State Track & Field Championship! Lady Cavaliers Take Second!

Led by Seniors Austin Hodges and Josiah Brown the Cavaliers jumped, threw and ran past competition to bring home Covenant’s first ever state title in one of the traditional major team sports (Boys Golf won the TAPPS 1A title in 2013).

Hodges won a silver for the second year in a row in the shot put and added a bronze in the discus. Brown, who was already the most decorated Cavalier ever with four individual State titles, closed out his illustrious career by winning four more gold and a silver medal en route to being the high-point athlete of the meet, garnering 48 points.

The very young Lady Cavaliers, comprised of four freshmen and four eighth graders, came up just short of capturing the first-ever girls state title in any sport as they fell to St. Paul’s Prep 112 to 107. But they may have shown their TCAF competitors the making of a run of titles over the next several years, as there is a slew of up and coming talent waiting to join the fray, adding additional talent and depth.

The Cavaliers were dominant in the field as they medaled in 10 of the 12 combined men’s and women’s events and won five of the 12, with both teams going into the running finals with the lead. The Brown brothers took gold and silver in both the long and triple jumps, as Luke Brown finished 2.75 inches in the long and just 1 inch in the triple behind Josiah, and 1 foot and 3 inches ahead of third place in the long, and a whopping 3 feet 3 inches in the triple.

The Cavaliers swept both pole vault competitions as Kristen Watts, Abbie Cooper and Mollie Davis in the girls’ event, and Matthew McLean (with a new school record of 12-10), Brown and Caleb Fredricks on the boy’s side. Davis also grabbed a silver medal in the high jump.

On the track, the Cavaliers continued to excel racking up points and collecting medals. Josiah Brown was first in both the 110 and 300 hurdle races, Matthew McLean won gold in the 400 m. and silver in the 100 m. Maddie Hornell earned a silver medal in the 3200m., Mollie Davis and Kristen Watts took bronze in the 200 m., and 300 m. hurdles respectively. The girls 4x100 relay comprised of Davis, Cooper, Lauren Young and Watts placed third, as did the 4x400 quartet of Browen Schroeder, Cooper, Izzy Kau, and Watts.

Every member of both teams scored for the Cavaliers, who set one school, 3 season and 13 personal records on the day. Quite a feat in the unusually cool and windy day. The Cavaliers also laid claim to the unofficial combined championships with 273 points to St. Paul’s Prep’s 201.
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School Hours

  • K - 2nd Monday-Thursday, 8:15 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
  • 3rd-12th Monday-Thursday, 8:15 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
    Friday, 8:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

 

 

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