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Cape Charles Christian School


Educating Children Pre-Kindergarten - 8th Grade

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Cape Charles Christian School


Educating Children Pre-Kindergarten - 8th Grade

Trusting in God's guidance, the mission of the Cape Charles Christian School is to educate and develop the whole child in a non-denominational setting.

Located within the town of Cape Charles, our community school educates and inspires children Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8 by offering multi-aged classrooms and a curriculum designed to fit the needs of each child. This curriculum, together with our creative environment, is structured to develop each child's mind, body, spirit and sense of community.

At CCCS our students are happy, curious and confident and our teachers love to teach.

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Curriculum


Curriculum


Our curriculum is designed by our teachers and our head of school who have the combined experiences of educating in both private and public settings. They rely progressive educational strategies to develop collaborative programs which are rigorous, yet flexible. 

Our multi-age classrooms place Kindergarten and grade 1 together, grades 2 and 3 together, Grades 4 and 5 together and grades 6, 7 and 8 together. Pre-Kindergarten is open to 3 and 4 year old children. Our multi-age classrooms enable students and teachers spend two years together and serves the academic needs of both slower and faster learners. Research indicates that this approach provides greater opportunity for leadership and results in more positive attitudes towards school.

Pre-Kindergarten

Pre-Kindergarten is open to 3 and 4 year old children. It serves as a transition time between home and school, providing an opportunity for adjustment to group situations and the introduction to academic and social concepts. Students development language and math readiness, gross and fine motor coordination and social skills, as well as the ability to develop problem solving strategies and gain independence.

Elementary School

Our school climate provides a strong foundation, which cultivates a love of learning. Elementary school students benefit from phonics and literature based reading instruction as well as concrete math manipulatives. Hands-on problem-based activities drive instruction as students explore science and social studies, helping them develop an understanding of our past, as well as preparing them for the future. 

Middle School

Experiences inside and outside of the classroom guide our middle school students in building self-confidence, self-discipline, a positive work ethic and a personal sense of identity. The Common Core Standards guide instruction in the areas of language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. We emphasis problem-based learning and students are presented with numerous opportunities to make choices regarding their study within the curriculum.  

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Faculty and Administration


Faculty and Administration


Valerie Travis PreK, 3 and 4 year olds BS Early Childhood  Education, Longwood University // 43 Years Experience

Valerie Travis

PreK, 3 and 4 year olds

BS Early Childhood  Education, Longwood University // 43 Years Experience

Dawn Lewis PreK, 3 and 4 year olds Teacher's Assistant

Dawn Lewis

PreK, 3 and 4 year olds

Teacher's Assistant

Carrie Cabello Kindergarten and 1st Grade BS Elementary Education, Rhode Island College // 27 Years Experience

Carrie Cabello

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

BS Elementary Education, Rhode Island College // 27 Years Experience

 
Leslie Savage 2nd and 3rd Grade BS Early Childhood Education, Radford University // 30 Years Experience                

Leslie Savage

2nd and 3rd Grade

BS Early Childhood Education, Radford University // 30 Years Experience                

 
Christine Tankard Middle School Math & Science BA Math & French, University of Michigan // 43 Years Experience

Christine Tankard

Middle School Math & Science

BA Math & French, University of Michigan // 43 Years Experience

Kate Tayloe 4th and 5th Grade BA American Studies, Mary Washington College // 13 Years Experience                     

Kate Tayloe

4th and 5th Grade

BA American Studies, Mary Washington College // 13 Years Experience                     

 
Debbie Mountain Administrative Assistant

Debbie Mountain

Administrative Assistant

Holly Hubbard, Head of School Middle School Language Arts BA English, Logwood University; M.Ed., School Administration, Concordia University // 18 Years Experience

Holly Hubbard, Head of School

Middle School Language Arts

BA English, Logwood University; M.Ed., School Administration, Concordia University // 18 Years Experience

 
Erika Johnson Chapel Coordinator

Erika Johnson

Chapel Coordinator

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

John Burdiss, Chairman

Gwyn Coghill

Robert Barnes

Mark Henry

John Outten

Antoine Brown

Joanne Fitchett