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CAC Welcomes Author and Speaker John Ortberg for An Evening at CAC

Once a year the Secondary Campus Atrium transforms from a casual student hangout spot to a sleek, well-dressed event space. This room, which welcomes teenagers to Mustang Mountain every day, is the perfect place to gather together for An Evening at CAC to celebrate the people who turn our visions of education and growth into reality.
This year, we're thrilled to announce best-selling author and speaker John Ortberg as our guest presenter. 
Ortberg speaks around the world at conferences and churches, focusing on how faith in Christ can impact our everyday lives with God. He has written multiple books on spiritual formation, holds a Master of Divinity and doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Fuller Seminary, and has done post-graduate work at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He is currently the senior pastor at Menlo Church in California. 
We look forward to hearing from Mr. Ortberg and fellowshipping together as a family.  
Click here to visit John Ortberg's website.
Click here to view John Ortberg's book list - you just might recognize a few!

The Lady Mustangs' #1 Fan

Q&A with devoted Mustang fan Mr. Ernest Rooks 

Mr. Ernest, you’ve been a staple at Mustang basketball games for years, and we are thrilled to be able to talk with you. 
So, how did it all start?
Well, I’m retired - I worked for Union Pacific railroad for 34 years. Years ago I went to church with a guy named Greg Kenley who had a daughter, Karli. She was on the team that won three championships in a row. So I started going to their games in 2005 and they were just unbeatable. When Karli graduated I stopped going because I didn’t know any of the players.

What brought you back?
We had been attending Levy church of Christ since ’72, but my father died and every time my mother went to church she’d break out crying. So we decided we’d go to another church, and we went to Somers Avenue. I didn’t expect to start going to the games again, but I met Matt Miller and he told me his daughter, Falan Miller, was playing for the Mustangs. I went to the first 
game, when she was a 9th grader, and she was just phenomenal. Her basketball IQ was like a senior’s IQ would be. 

That was a long time ago – about eight years – why did you stick around?
The main reason I started watching basketball was those players. You know, if you watch boys play basketball, it’s all in the vertical – how high you can jump. Girl's basketball isn’t like that. They are fearless. I’ve seen Kelson and Jenna and Christyn take on girls who outweigh them by 50 pounds.

And, well, I get the biggest kick out of it and I love them to death. They are my heroes. I mean, great day. LeBron James has nothing on them. I just get a big kick out of getting to know the players and watching them grow up and change. 

Click here to read the full interview on our website. 
March 9, 2018. The Lady Mustangs defeated the Riverview Lady Raiders 68-57 to become 4A State Champions for the first time since 2007. Senior Christyn Williams led the team with 42 points, followed by Jenna Davis with 10. Click here to see more photos from the game.  
"I cannot [say] enough good things about this school. I didn’t realize all of the things I would take away from being a student here until they became apparent or missed in my every day life. From the positive, God-centered environment and atmosphere, to the love and support from all of the staff to the incredible academic opportunities and athletics/sports!
My younger brother now attends their NLR campus, and I couldn’t be happier. I cannot wait to send my kiddos there."
Steffany Hale,
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Parents and Guardians, we are pleased to offer financial aid options through the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment system. If you or someone you know would benefit from financial aid, the deadline to apply for the 2018-2019 school year is March 31.

The application, as well as a list of required documents, can be found on our website.
If you have any questions please contact Chad Tappe at or 758-3160 ext 224. 
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Alumnus Jayson Simmons (2015) and current Emergency Management major at Arkansas Tech was one of 100 students from across the United States invited to attend the 2018 National Prayer Breakfast, which was hosted by the U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C., February 7-11.
Simmons said it was a wonderful experience and that he enjoyed meeting various leaders from across the world.
Simmons was also chosen to read scripture at the Arkansas Leadership Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, February 22.
We're so proud of you, Jayson!
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