Discovering a Heart for a Mission

Students spend all day focusing on encouraging & serving members of the Little Rock community during the annual ACCESS Gators / Day of Service.

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Students Travel Abroad

CAC students have the opportunity to travel across the globe on school-sponsored education-focused trips.

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Strengthening Through Athletics

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  • Heart
  • Soul
  • Mind
  • Strength

A Foundation for Success

At Central Arkansas Christian Schools, we believe a strong relationship with God goes hand-in-hand with intellectual growth. With Mark 12:30 as our cornerstone, we challenge each of our students to push the limits of their academic, physical and social growth in order to build a firm foundation for a purpose-driven life of service to God and others.

Our Mission & Vision
  • 24.1 Avg ACT Score (2016)
  • $2.6M Awarded in Scholarships (2016)
  • 27 National Merit Scholars since 2006
  • 97% Graduates attending college (2016)
  • 21 State Championships Since 2001

What's Happening at CAC

  • Nov 20

    Thanksgiving Break

    Nov 20 - Nov 24
  • Dec 6
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    Track Attack

    8:00 am - 3:30 pm

    An all-out dodgeball tournament for the secondary students. Get your team ready!

  • Dec 7

    Elementary Track Attack

    8:00 am - 3:30 pm

    A day of fun for our elementary students! They travel to the secondary campus to play games, get their faces painted and eat snacks. NLR 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. PV 12:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

  • Dec 19

    Teacher Record Day (Early Dismissal)

    8:00 am - 11:45 am

    Elementary Campuses will dismiss at noon. The Secondary Campus will dismiss at 11:45 a.m.

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The 'Stang

10 Reasons I’m Proud of CAC

from November 17th, 2017 Jordan Collier by Jordan Collier

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, it dawned on me that as educators, we’ve been trained to identify problems— which in reality, means we spend much of our time focusing on the negative in order to create a positive. Todd Whitaker points out, “Sometimes we get so involved in ‘fixing’ that we forget to revel in […]

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CAC Students Honor Veterans

Over the course of three days, every CAC student took part in an event to honor the veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces. Combined, the PV and NLR Elementary campuses hosted [...]

Q&A with CAC Senior John Kennedy

You recently served as the dramaturg for the CAC Drama Department’s performance of The Diary of Anne Frank. What exactly did that entail? In a play based off of realistic events, the [...]

Honoring Michael Burns

Once a Mustang, always a Mustang. This sentiment rang true for the senior football players last Friday night as they gathered to play under The Mountain’s lights one last time. It wasn’t [...]