4 Mar 2018

Farewell to Sally Bush and Pamela Knopf

Upper school instructors Sally Bush and Pamela Knopf will not be returning for the 2018-19 school year. We are grateful for the years of service both have provided and we pray God’s richest blessings on their new endeavors. Dear Upper School Parents and Students, I want to thank you all for allowing me to share...
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2 Mar 2018

Scott Harris Memorial Scholarship Opportunity

The 11th Annual John Young History Maker Celebration event will be held Tuesday, May 22, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. The event is designed to recognize the historical impact of Central Floridians on a local, state and national level. The John Young awards were established in 2005 in honor of Astronaut Captain John Young, the longest serving astronaut who grew...
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1 Mar 2018

Summer Camps: Surf, Film, Forensics…

Tis the season to begin considering summer camps. These are but two of the many wonderful opportunities available. URBAN SURF CHRISTIAN CAMP/ORLANDO Learn to Surf at nearby Cocoa Beach Fellowship, Food, Fun and Games Junior High and High School Students June 25th-28th, 2018 Cost: $120 For more information: https://www.cfgtown.com/urban-surf/ Contact Lindab@circlechristianschool.org for a brochure ASBURY...
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27 Feb 2018

“The Lying Finn” by Liam Diaz

“The Lying Finn” by Liam Diaz, CCS Freshman Huckleberry Finn’s various identities provide him with a sense of security which enables him to conjure up the personality that suits him at any given time, allowing him to evade consequences. Sarah Williams was the first of his identities that appeared. Finn uses this identity to obtain...
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27 Feb 2018

“Realism, Romanticism, and Roller Coasters” by Elise Herrera

“Realism, Romanticism, and Roller Coasters” by Elise Herrera, CCS Freshman  The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a roller coaster of plot twists that plummet, accelerate, and turn the reader in a dizzying volley of jokes, betrayals, and theological questions. At first glance, it looks like a meaningless book of a young boy’s escapade on the waters...
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23 Feb 2018

Bright Futures Scholarship Hopefuls

This week both seniors and parents of students who have the possibility of earning a Bright Futures Scholarship were sent an email detailing the new procedure utilizing a repository for ACT & SAT scores held by the Florida State Universities. Consult the notice for details but remember two basics: Registration is open and students must...
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18 Feb 2018

Introducing New High School Teachers

May families attended the recent EXPO to meet teachers. We are excited to announce two teachers added since the EXPO that join the staff for the 2018-19 school year. Donnalisa Cornejo | Psychology & DE Psychology | Both Campuses Mrs. Donnalisa Cornejo holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Central Florida and an...
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17 Feb 2018

Boys Soccer News – Regional Report

As runners up in the district tournament, the Circle Christian Boys Soccer team entered the Regional tournament with a rematch against rival The Master’s Academy.  Circle started the match sluggish and uninspired.  After giving up an early goal most would have thought the team was satisfied with their district run and ready to move onto...
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6 Feb 2018

“America’s Greatest Gift” by Alison Smith

“America’s Greatest Gift” by Alison Smith, CCS 8th Grader I believe America’s greatest gift to my generation is the ability to be homeschooled. According to Webster’s 1828 Dictionary education means, “To give children a good education in manners, arts and science, is important; to give them a religious education in indispensable; and an immense responsibility...
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4 Feb 2018

Summer Leadership Opportunity for students entering 10-12th Grade

Want to develop leadership skills and be part of a great team? Apply to the Winter Park Youth Leaders Program. This program is designed to help students develop new leadership skills and expose them to opportunities for leadership within our community. Two sessions are available each summer, June 18-22nd and July 16-20. Session topics include team building, arts and...
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