22 Mar 2019

New Family | High School Planning Workshop

Attention New Families enrolling for 2019-2020 who have received their Family and Student Numbers, and are enrolling students in 7th – 11th grades. The Academic Office looks forward to partnering with you in your educational journey! Your attendance at a Five Year Strategy workshop for high school planning is required. The workshop is also required prior to scheduling...
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13 Mar 2019

Orlando Runners Club Scholarship

The Charles M. Rowson, Jr. Memorial Scholarship was established in 1983 by the Orlando Runners Club in memory one of their members, Chuck Rowson, who died unexpectedly at age 29. The ORC has provided scholarships each year since to local high school athletes, most recently providing a $1,500 scholarship to up to four students, for...
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7 Mar 2019

Construction Management Summer Academy for Young Women

Auburn University’s McWhorter School of Building Science is offering a Construction Management Summer Academy for Young Women on June 4-8, 2019. This program is a scholarship program, and every young woman selected to attend will receive a full scholarship for the cost of the camp. We are currently accepting applications and students can apply online.  This...
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6 Mar 2019

CCS Battle Builders | Middle School Robotics Team

The CCS Battle Builders are celebrating an awesome rookie season of competition in the FIRST Lego League. They competed against teams in the Central Florida region at pre-qualifier, qualifier and regional championship tournaments. Students, aged 9 to 14, work together to research a real-world engineering challenge and develop an innovative solution, which is creatively presented...
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21 Feb 2019

Middle School Girls Bible Study | Samaritan Village Clothing Drive

The Calvary Campus Middle School Girls Bible Study is collecting GENTLY-USED women’s clothing and household items and gift cards to donate to Samaritan Village. Samaritan Village is a recovery home and therapeutic program for adult survivors of sex trafficking. The items will be sold in their boutique from which all proceeds benefit the ministry. Information...
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15 Feb 2019

NCAA – National Collegiate Athletic Association

Is your child ready to play college sports? Go here to find out! The NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) is a member-led organization dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes. What are the NCAA Eligibility Requirements? Register with NCAA in your junior year.  Questions regarding academic requirements should be sent to Sue McIntyre...
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18 Jan 2019

Parent Workshop Registration

Is your Circle student currently in 7th or 8th grade? Then save the date and attend one of the Circle Parents Workshops for Rising Circle 8th and 9th Graders. Pick the day and location that best fits your family. Topics to be covered in both workshops include Choosing 8th or 9th Grade classes, High School...
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29 Nov 2018

2018-19 Attendance, Monthly Reports, and 1st Semester Grades

As we approach the end of the first semester it is critically important for everyone to be clear on the timelines for submission of student attendance and grades.  Below are details regarding the timelines as well as a summary of notes related to the Dashboard used for reporting attendance and progress. Attendance In order to...
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13 Nov 2018

Transition to Upper School Tours | 6th Grade

Do you currently have a student in 6th grade? We’d love for you to join us for our 6th Grade Transition to Upper School Tours on our upper school campus. At this event you can meet our staff and find out all about our Fundamentals 7/8th grade program. Students are welcome to attend with their parents. Dates:...
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