At CCES we strive to develop students to their fullest potential.
As a Christian school, we are committed to developing the full range of our students' abilities and interests, not merely their intellectual, athletic, and artistic potential. We guide them to find the moral compass that will direct their lives and future leadership.
As IB Learners we strive to be:
These goals are framed not only within our International Baccalaureate curricula, but also within the context of our Episcopal identity and mission, which seeks to develop young men and women of faith, character, and spiritual depth.
The PYP Attitudes
The Primary Years Program focuses on the development of personal attitudes towards people, the environment and towards learning that contribute to the well-being of the individual and the community. These attitudes are modeled by the teachers and staff and are encouraged in the daily lives of the students. In a PYP school the learning experiences and assessment strategies are designed to support and promote these attitudes.
Students emerge from the Lower School with a firm grasp of the appropriate norms for social interaction among peers, teachers, and the outside community and provide a framework for responsible living in society as a whole.
In a PYP school, the students should demonstrate: