March 24, 2022

CCS College Fair

CCS hosted representatives from 25 colleges and universities for a College Fair during the week before spring break. Sophomores and juniors had the opportunity to browse the fair and learn about the universities’ academic programs, student life, scholarships and more. Representatives were impressed with the questions students asked and are enthusiastic to come back to campus for future events. We hope that this event sparked conversations at home about where students will go next as they graduate from CCS. We are so excited to see the doors that God is opening for our students!

“The heart of man plans his way, but the LORD establishes his steps.” – Prov. 16:9 ESV

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