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Volunteering at Central Christian School

Many hands make light work

With over 200 volunteers, Central Christian School is able to accomplish tremendous projects and events. Central Christian School families and friends volunteer to serve at events like our annual auction, which raises money for our tuition assistance program; Every Mile Counts fun run, which is a community event; Washington Family Ranch Retreat- building unity among our jr high and high school students; or elementary field day – an end of the year celebration. Additionally, we welcome parents, grandparents, and Central Christian friends to volunteer in the classroom. Collectively, volunteers give an average of 15 hours each day assisting teachers with daily activities.

For more information on how you can make a difference in the lives of the students at Central Christian School, contact the school office at 541.548.7803 or through the Contact Us tab on the website for more information.

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Planning for College

At Central Christian, we are not only planning for college but for an entire life. We believe God has limitless power to shape our future and place students exactly where He can have the most influence in their lives. Our role is to partner with students and their parents to approach the college admission process with prayerfulness, enabling students to grow into responsible decision makers and discover God’s potential for them. We believe God will pave a trustworthy path for their college choices. Central Christian desires to prepare students to submit to God’s plan for their life, with joyful acceptance of His loving care for their future.

Salutatorian Summer Brunoe says it like this:

“The beauty of Central Christian School is it is a safe and nurturing learning environment. My time here has been like none other. There are not enough words to describe the atmosphere it presents. Classmates become second family, teachers like second parents, and the school like a second home. It is safe to say I’m going to miss it here, a lot. I have built my closest relationships at CCS. It’s a place where you can grow and learn, make mistakes and have someone there to help pick you up. Finally, after countless late night study sessions and early morning coffee runs everything we’ve been working for these past four years has been leading up to this moment. Now, an unknown future awaits us just beyond the horizon. And while the future may seem daunting, I don’t believe we have any need for fear. We are all fully equipped for the journey ahead. I could not have asked for a better class to spend my high school years with. We should be proud, class of 2016.

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