Home

 

Capistrano Valley Christian Schools
Eagle Community Newsletter


A quarterly newsletter for all CVCS constituents, colleagues, and community members.


Winter 2020 Issue

Introducing the CVCS School of Entrepreneurial Leadership


Today’s workforce is driven by a deep sense of purpose, social responsibility, and creativity. Young people entering the job market want to create and build enterprises that make a difference. To prepare students for the workforce they will enter, we are proud to introduce the School of Entrepreneurial Leadership (SEL) at CVCS.
Read More
 

We Stand for Good: CVCS Students Learning to Serve and Love like Jesus


CVCS elementary school held its fourth annual meal packing event on Thursday, December 19 with Kids Around the World (KATW). These meals are shipped all over the world to groups serving in ongoing efforts to impact the food insecurity crisis.
Read More

Culture Spotlight:
High School Retreat

 
There are events, experiences, and moments in everyone’s high school years that are unforgettable. Things like the first day of freshman year, the prom, the night of the big performance or game, and graduation—all are experiences that last a lifetime.
Read More

CIF Champion Eagles Basketball Continue a Tradition of Excellence

 
On the heels of the CIF Championship winning season, CVCS basketball enters the 2019–2020 season with high hopes despite graduating four of their five starters. We sat down with head coach Chris Childress to discuss his goals for the team this year.
Read More

CVCS Annual Fund: Celebrating God’s Amazing Provision

 
As we reflect on the past year, it is evident that the Lord has been truly faithful to provide our school with abundant blessings. The dream of owning this campus became a reality last March when CVCS purchased the property from South Shores Church.
Read More

Teacher Spotlight:
Janis Slinkard


The educators of CVCS are world-class, and science teacher Janis Slinkard is one of our finest examples. Mrs. Slinkard has 31 years of classroom experience, six of which have been at CVCS teaching ecology and psychology.
Read More