Category: CAC News

Guitar Class Attracts Both Amateur and Experienced Musicians

Each day during 5th period, six CAC students trade in their pencils and textbooks for guitars and picks. In its second year on the Mountain, Mr. Kaye’s guitar class is offering amateur and experienced musicians alike the chance to deepen their knowledge of notation, strumming patterns, chord progressions and more. Junior Austin Cook, who did […]

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Q&A with CAC Alumna Rachel Mina (’14)

Rachel Mina (’14) graduated from Grand Canyon University with a major in Business Administration and a minor in Pre Law. She recently interned in the United States House of Representatives and currently attends American University Washington College of Law.  Thanks for chatting with us! You’re currently attending law school at American University Washington College of Law in Washington […]

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CAC Fall Athletics

With just over a month of school in the books, routines have been established and daily life at CAC has taken on a nice rhythm. Classes, chapel, group projects, tests, extracurricular activities and athletics fall into place on the calendar as students and parents alike settle into the school year. In this month’s newsletter, our […]

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2019 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists Announced

CAC seniors Faith Elder and Luke McClanahan, along with approximately 16,000 students nationwide, have been named 2019 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. According to the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, over 1.6 million juniors entered the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. Elder and McClanahan scored in the one percent of U.S. students on the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National […]

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Q&A with CAC Alumni and Published Author Norris Lyman (’03)

Join us as we ask Norris about his book, his dog and where life has taken him since leaving Mustang Mountain. Thanks for meeting with us, Norris! Writing a book is a pretty big project. What inspired you to pursue this? Really, I’ve always liked telling stories and talking. One of my favorite pastimes is […]

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Facility Updates

Multiple facility update projects were completed this summer at our Secondary campus. The updates and additions to the auditorium and the library benefit all teachers and students as they enter those spaces daily. The resurfacing of the track and the installation of the windscreens create more opportunities for hundreds of athletes and visitors to compete […]

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2018-2019 New Faculty

We are pleased to add eight highly qualified, joyful and motivated people to our teaching staff this year. They join the CAC family from across the state, the country and even the world. Students have already begun to benefit from their influence! Meet each new faculty member below: Gee Santos            High […]

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CAC Faculty & Staff Row, Row, Row for a Cause

Saturday, July 14 – At 11:40 a.m. the heat index had surpassed 103 degrees and the Rowing Mustangs were gearing up for 20 minutes of a physically taxing rowing competition in the Maumelle Walmart parking lot. The Rowing Mustangs, made up of CAC faculty and staff members Janice Northen, Coach Hayden Cruce, Coach Andy Stewart, […]

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Q&A with CAC Alumni Carter Shields (’17)

Thanks for chatting with us! You’re located in the city of Olomouc in the Czech Republic for the summer. What have you been up to? (And for those of us who are bad at geography, where exactly is that?) The Czech Republic is in between Germany and Poland and is pretty much the “heart,” or center, of […]

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