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CAC Teachers Prepare for New School Year, Welcome New Faces

I lift up my eyes to the mountains— where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth. Psalm 121:1-2   Before the doors opened on Wednesday, August 9, the CAC faculty and staff were hard at work preparing for the new school year. Psalm 121:1-2, the school-wide theme […]

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The CAC Heart

Alumna Lauren McLemore shares a small piece of her CAC experience.    Have you ever met someone overflowing with passion and it made you wonder what they had that you didn’t? I used to wonder what people meant when they said CAC was different. “Like, the good kind or the bad kind?” I would ask. […]

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CAC senior Christyn Williams wins gold in China, strives for same in Italy

San Francisco, China, Colorado, Italy. By the end of this summer senior Christyn Williams will have visited – and played basketball – at each of these locations all while wearing an official USA jersey. Williams, who plays guard for the Lady Mustangs, was selected to participate as one of four members on the USA Women’s […]

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Q&A with CAC alumnus, missionary & neurosurgeon Will Copeland

1. Where are you and your family currently located? How long have you been there? My wife Alisa and I and our 6 kids are living in Bomet, Kenya. We have been serving at Tenwek Hospital through Samaritan’s Purse since September 2016.   2. What is your mission while you are there? Tenwek’s mission is […]

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Q&A with New PFTA President Erin McConnell

Tell us a little bit about you and your family.  I moved to Little Rock from Magnolia, Arkansas, after I graduated from college in 1994. I’m the CFO for McConnell and Sons Incorporated, which is a trucking company that has been in my husband’s family for years. My husband Hugh is a 1992 CAC graduate, […]

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CAC Students Gain Experience and Friendships at Arkansas Girls & Boys State Conference

This year, rising CAC seniors Emma Dalby, Kelson Miller, Evan Walls, Greyson Price and John Kennedy were selected to participate in the immersive citizenship training programs of Arkansas Girls and Boys State. Students from across the state gathered together for one week to learn from renowned leaders, become more acquainted with the US legislative system, […]

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Class of 2017: Graduates at a Glance

Yesterday, May 14, CAC graduated a class of 63 incredible seniors. From winning multiple district titles, to earning millions of dollars in scholarships, these students have excelled in many notable ways. This year’s graduates will continue their academic careers at 17 colleges in 9 different states. With an average ACT score of 24.3, this class […]

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ACCESS Gators / Day of Service 2017

Wednesday, April 26. The weather forecast looked grim – 100% chance of heavy rain and possible flooding were predicted for the entire Little Rock area, but the estimated time of arrival for the torrential downpour varied across different platforms. Nevertheless, all 6th-12th grade CAC students arrived on The Mountain armed with elaborate signs and clad […]

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Q&A with PreK3 Teacher Yahna Tucker

1. Tell us about your family!  I’m from Austin, Texas. My husband, Peyton, is originally from Searcy, but went to high school in Oregon. We met each other at Harding University and have been married for almost 14 years. We lived in Little Rock, then Searcy, then Fayetteville, then St. Louis and then back to […]

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