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Peter & the Starcatcher

Brings Magic to CAC Stage 

Pirates, mermaids, jungle tyrants, music, dancing, a pineapple and something called “star stuff.”

Peter and the Starcatcher 
serves as an origin story for the well-known, mischievous Peter Pan, whose lesser-known life before pixie dust wasn’t all fun and games. For months, the CAC Drama Department has been hard at work toward one collective goal: to bring the magical world of Peter, Black Stache, Molly, Fighting Prawn and their comrades to the Cone Auditorium stage.

Almost 40 CAC students are involved in the production, each taking on new responsibilities as they create custom costumes and wigs, build sets and props, learn tech, lighting and house management, and of course, act.

Click Here to read the full article on the CAC website. 

Colonel Russell Anderson ('77)

Q&A with alumnus Col. Russell Anderson ('77) 

Colonel Russell L. Anderson graduated from Central Arkansas Christian Schools in 1977 as the valedictorian of CAC’s first graduating class. Anderson graduated from Harding University in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in Social Science and went on to graduate from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 1984. During the second year of law school, he entered the Marine Corps and attended Officer Candidate School in the summer. After graduating from law school, Anderson received orders to The Basic School, attended the Naval Justice School, received his certification as a Judge Advocate and was assigned to Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Arizona, as a First Lieutenant.

Col. Anderson was the guest speaker for the Secondary Campus Veterans Day Assembly on Friday, November 9. We sat down with him to discuss CAC memories, his service in the Marines and what being a veteran means.

Colonel Anderson, we are honored you agreed to be the guest speaker for our students at the Secondary Campus Veterans Day Assembly. What advice would you give to a group of teenagers who are figuring out what it means to live a fulfilling life?
Become a part of something bigger than yourself – whatever it may be. You don’t have to join the Marine Corps to do that. Whether it’s being involved in your community, your church, your local neighborhood – whatever it is, find something to belong to that is bigger than yourself. Serve. Serve others. Because in that service, you will experience the most fulfilling life. If you do everything for yourself, it’s shallow. There’s no meaning. Find something that’s bigger than you, and become a part of that.

Click Here to read the full interview on our website. 
November 9, 2018. 5th grade students performed the Armed Forces Medley at the Veterans Day assembly in front of the secondary students, veterans and family members. Click Here to see more ways each campus celebrated our veterans. 
"I'm so grateful that God brought me to CAC and to Little Rock. The staff and faculty of Central Arkansas Christian Schools have been nothing short of amazing. I felt so welcomed from day one.
The students are awesome, and I'm so looking forward to this school year as we learn and grow together."
Gee Santos,
Spanish Teacher
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Spirit Wear Winter Sale
It's time to start thinking about Christmas gifts!

The PFTA is selling Mustang PJs and custom sherpa jackets in a special limited-time Christmas order!

These new items will only be available on the Spirit Wear Online Store until November 16, so get your orders in soon. With the weather turning cold, these will make the perfect gifts for a comfy, cozy winter.

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Nine high school art and advanced art students under the instruction of Chelsea Baber recently completed their submissions to The Memory Project.
The Memory Project is a charitable nonprofit organization that cultivates global kindness by creating portraits for children around the world who have faced substantial challenges.
We're so proud of the way our students use their talents!
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