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Board of Directors Look to the Future

Each year, CAC’s Board of Directors convenes at the Secondary campus for the annual Board Retreat. They use this time to fellowship, review the past year and cast a vision for the future of the school. At this year’s retreat, the members and leadership were encouraged as they renewed their commitment to help CAC maintain […]

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Q&A with New Board Member Stan Chapman

Tell us a little bit about you, your family and how you got to Little Rock. I’ve been married for a long time to my wife Robbie. We’ve got four kids: Blaze is married and has two children, John is married, Ellie is a sophomore at Harding, and Josie is a sixth grader here. The […]

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Q&A with New Board Member Brandi Stafford

Tell us a little about you, your family and what brought you to Little Rock. I grew up in Northwest Arkansas around Fayetteville, then moved to the Mountain View area when I was in the 7th grade. I went to Arkansas State and got my undergrad degree in journalism with an emphasis in PR and […]

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Partnering with Parents

The mission of Central Arkansas Christian Schools is to partner with parents to provide a distinctively Christian education that inspires excellence, independence, and a transforming faith in God. We believe education is a team effort. We know that CAC succeeds because parents and teachers work together to ensure our students are supported in the classrooms each day and are fully […]

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Q&A with CAC Alumnus and Videographer, Patrick Cone

First, tell us a little bit about you and your family. I was a CAC lifer – PV kindergarten through graduation in 2000. I attended Harding, where I met my wife, Lauren, then attended Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida. We live in Dallas with our 7-year-old son, Eliot.   You are a professional filmmaker, […]

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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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