Balloon Release

Today is Precious and Tomorrow is not Guaranteed

from October 26th, 2015 Chad Tappe by Chad Tappe

Last Thursday our secondary campus celebrated the birthday of our own Megan Nickell who died suddenly in an accident this past summer. Students and faculty wore her favorite color, purple, in her memory. Our prayers continue to be with the Nickell family as they live through this tremendous loss. And we find yet another way […]

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Back-To-School Specials

from July 24th, 2015 Chad Tappe by Chad Tappe

Dear CAC Parents, One of my favorite middle school history teachers used to tell our class, “I hope you packed a lunch, because we’ve got a lot of ground to cover.” With little time left until the 2015-2016 school year begins, there is a lot of information to convey, and we would like to address […]

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from January 16th, 2015 Chad Tappe by Chad Tappe

We’ve officially rung in the new year, and for me at least, it’s hard to believe we’re already looking ahead to the 2015-2016 school year. But it’s indeed that time when we begin thinking more and more about the continuation, or beginning, of our children’s education. At CAC, building a well-rounded education is always top […]

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Chapel Talk: Training to Take Up Our Crosses

from November 3rd, 2014 Chad Tappe by Chad Tappe

Recently, Stuart Cash (known to our kids as Coach Cash) visited the secondary campus and shared a great message with our students during chapel. As a former teacher and coach at CAC, founder of Mustang Missions, and supportive parent of three current CAC students, Coach Cash knows CAC well. His message was one of encouragement, […]

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Being a fan. Being a Mustang.

from September 30th, 2014 Chad Tappe by Chad Tappe

Last week, I had the great pleasure of attending the CAC Talent Show presented by the CAC Drama Club. Students from all grades took the stage performing acts including various styles of music, magic and comedy. Seriously, the music was amazingly diverse. Each act had something different, whether it was a rock anthem, a country […]

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What It Means To Be “One”

from August 21st, 2014 Chad Tappe by Chad Tappe

I’m a sucker for themes. For a movie to reach epic classification, it must have a theme song. For a superhero to have any chance at disrupting a villainous plot, theme music is critical. Stories, sermons, even television shows follow certain themes to convey a message. At CAC, we often even use themes to give […]

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