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Q&A with CAC Chorus Director Travis Kaye

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family. I graduated from Harding University in 2009 with a degree in Vocal Music Education. From there, I spent a year teaching guitar as an adjunct at Harding, then had the opportunity to teach elementary music for one year and direct a band for five years […]

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Advanced Art Students Draw for the Big Picture

What began as a flyer in art teacher Chelsea Baber’s school mailbox became a meaningful mission project for four advanced art students. The flyer introduced and explained the mission of The Memory Project, a charitable nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create and donate portraits to youth around the world who […]

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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 nearly 70 veterans for their individual special presentations on November 9 and 10. The children sang patriotic songs, led prayers and […]

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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 dramaturg makes sure all the facts are portrayed correctly on stage. I looked through the script and translated anything that needed translating, and […]

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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 the loud student section, the freezing rain or the victory that made the night so meaningful – it was a special moment before […]

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CAC Students “Fill the Boot” for the Lagosette School in Haiti

Say the words “Fill the Boot” to any student at the Secondary Campus, and you’ll see their eyes light up. Ask them what it means, and they’ll most likely respond with the words “Lagosette School” or “Mustang Missions” or “Haiti.” Each September, as a part of the student-led organization Mustang Missions, CAC students open their […]

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Q&A with CAC alumni Daylan Moore

Q&A with CAC alumni Daylan Moore. Daylan is a 2015 graduate majoring in Bible and Preaching with a minor in Psychology at Harding University. He recently spoke as a part of Harding University’s Lectureship Series.   You were chosen to speak at Harding University’s Lectureship! What was the selection process like? The Bible faculty and […]

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Q&A with Alumni James Wafford

Tell us a little bit of your CAC story. I started attending CAC in the 7th grade and graduated in 2000. When I was in school I played a lot of sports – football, basketball, track – you name it. Outside of school I spent a ton of my time playing music. Senior year I […]

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CAC Experiences The Great American Solar Eclipse, On and Off Campus

Monday, August 21, the United States experienced a total solar eclipse for the first time in nearly a century. The moon’s shadow fell on a 71-mile-wide path, stretching from Oregon to South Carolina, and put over 12.2 million people in partial or total darkness. Luckily, Little Rock was positioned to view The Great American Solar […]

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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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