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This section provides the latest happenings in the school, whether elementary, middle or high school. Use the navigation bar on the left to choose a specific category of school news. 



We Love Community Service!

s - 21 cspEverything from cleaning inside and outside of houses and nursing homes, serving at community centers, the student body and parents eagerly served God and others in the community in early November 2021. One students said, "CSP is a day of caring for others, and by having a willing and Christlike spirit, we can leave an impact on someone that could change his/her life!" 

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s - 22 overcomersAs the school year prceeded into the fall months, our faculty and staff suffered trials that have proven God's grace and faithfulness authentic in their lives.  From Bill and Sherri Hohneisen's bouts with Covid, Cris Brunson's working so hard to help her parents and suffering injury and surgery herself, the Lord enabled the Faith family through prayer. In addition, Ms. Marjie Grubb endured strokes and Mrs. Matilde Harris continues her cancer battle. The Lord is good to give us His people encourage, lift up and pray as His instruments in our journeys.  


Academic Achievements 2022

s - awards banquetEach year students have the opportunity to compete in the NCCSA Fine Arts Competition and Academic Testing. The following students had high rankings and received recognition for their achievements:

Addison Pike (First Place in Junior High Short Story)

Bailey Lewis (Second Place in Elementary Poetry)

Rylee Stephens (First Place in Elementary Short Story)

Lexa Moser (Second Place in High School Advanced Math and Chemistry, First Place in High School Algebra II/Geometry)

Samantha Hicks (Second Place in High School Algebra I)

Nathan Langley (First Place in High School Physics)

Allie Hayes (Fourth in Elementary English)

Auria Jones (Third Place in Elementary Math)

Foster Hayes (Fifth Place in Elementary Math, Sixth Place in Elementary English)



Praise the Lord!

s - 22 concertsThe elementary, middle school and high school student bodies performed for parents and friends at a Christmas and spring concert during the school year. At each performance the elementary won hearts with their sweet melodies and middle and high school students displayed their musical talents in handbells, piano accompaniment, orchestra and their vocal selections. Christ was glorified through the music as well as the Advanced Speech Class' skits themed on living with an eternal focus. 

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Reaping Rewards

s - 22 awards banquetThe Awards Banquet was surely a night to remember as students were recognized for their hard work and motivation throughout the school year. Whether it was academics or sports, students from middle to high school had their night to shine as they were awarded ribbons, metals, certificates and trophies for their growth and achievements.  


Keep the Fire Burning!

s-opening 21The first days of the 2022 year are officially behind us, and students have grown accustomed to the new routine. Masks when up became the best choice for the opening days as we all pray the Covid numbers will continue to drop. Our preschool to elementary students wear their smiles as they follow their teachers to and from activities around campus. 

Bringing in the school year with a charge to live each day for eternity, Brother Travis Shelton preached to the middle and high school each morning the first full week. From giving Truth concerning depression, the return of Christ or standing unashamedly for Christ, students were moved to choose to walk closely with their God. From times of prayer and repentance to several professions of faith, the Lord cultivated a spirit of revival amongst the students, and on Friday testimony after testimony proved God's amazing work in their hearts. 

We pray for the Lord to continue the work He began and for more souls to come to Christ. We also trust the Lord to continually move His people to pray for the Faith family. May the fire keep burning in the hearts of our middle and high school students!

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