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CAC Wrestling Program Continues to Invest in Little Rock Wrestling Community  

In June 2008, Arkansas became the 49th state to add high school wrestling as a sanctioned sport through the combined efforts of Greg Hatcher and Don Schuler. Central Arkansas Christian Schools was at the forefront of that decision and proudly became the first private school in Arkansas to add wrestling to its Athletics Program. 

Since 2008, CAC’s Wrestling Program has earned three State Championships and placed in the Top Three a total of six years. The program boasts 21 Individual State Champions, five Outstanding Wrestler awards, one Victory with Honor recipient and a Dave Shultz award winner. 

Neil Erisman, the head coach for UALR’s new D1 wrestling program, recognized the effort and commitment made by CAC to bring competitive wrestling to the high school level in Arkansas.

“It’s important to note how big of an investment CAC made into wrestling, and how much of an investment they continue to make,” Erisman said. “CAC is part of the founding of high school wrestling in Arkansas and helping to get it sanctioned. They jumped on that train early, which was a big deal.”
Click Here to read the full article on the CAC website. 

Coach Steven McRoberts ('88)

Q&A with Ole Miss Head Women’s Volleyball Coach and CAC Alumnus Steven McRoberts ('88)
A CAC “lifer,” Coach Steven McRoberts attended CAC from PreK until graduation in 1988. After graduating from Harding University in 1993 with a degree in Kinesiology, he returned to Mustang Mountain to coach volleyball, basketball and golf for two years. He went on to get a master’s degree from Henderson State and serve as the head volleyball coach at multiple universities. Currently in his 22nd year of collegiate coaching, McRoberts is the head women’s volleyball coach for Ole Miss. We sat down with him while he was on campus to discuss his CAC experience, his coaching and his faith. 

Thanks for taking the time to stop by campus and speak in chapel! It was fun to hear stories of your time at CAC! What are some of the things you are most thankful for when you look back on your experience here?
The biggest thing, looking back on CAC, was definitely the relationships. I made such good friends here that have carried on with me now for 40 plus years. We still keep in touch. Being in a class of 65 people and knowing pretty much every single person in our class and knowing most of the people two years ahead of us and behind us – that’s a really cool thing.
I also learned a lot from the coaches. I noticed the joy that the teachers and coaches had when they came to work and it made me want to be a coach. I saw those coaches come in and how much they enjoyed it, and I thought, “I want to do something that I enjoy coming to.” 
Click Here to read the full interview on our website. 
December 9, 2018. As a part of Mustang Missions, the CAC student body bought Christmas gifts for children and teens currently at the Southern Christian Children’s Home.
The seniors had the opportunity to deliver those gifts and play - senior Sam Harper delighted the kids as he portrayed Santa Claus. We are so proud of the way our students exemplify Christ’s generous and caring spirit! 

CAC’s Annual Fund 

An anonymous donor has committed to matching every dollar donated up to $100,000 by December 31, 2018.
Make a gift to help ensure CAC’s stability for current and future generations by clicking the button below.
Your gift to CAC’s Annual Fund affords CAC the ability to finance things that tuition alone cannot – things like needs-based tuition assistance, faculty support and professional development, revitalization of our learning environments, as well as resources to strengthen academic and athletic programs.
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New Technology on Mustang Mountain!

Karen Sullivan, CAC's Technology Coordinator, has been hard at work upgrading new classroom tech!
Since August, two Chromebook carts (with a total of 55 Chromebooks) have been added to the Secondary Campus. 
In addition, nine 65" TV displays and 15 mounted projectors have been added to classrooms throughout campus. 
Every Secondary Campus classroom now has mounted technology to aid in instruction and student involvement.
These new pieces of technology are already being integrated into everyday classroom lessons and we are excited for all of the ways our students and teachers will benefit!
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CAC is proud of the way our students consistently perform at the highest academic levels, and this year's PSAT results gave us even more reason to be proud.
The top quartile of CAC's 10th grade class average percentile score is 89.7 (nationally) and the top 50% of the class average is 84.2 (nationally).
That means:
The top 25% of our students scored among the top 10% in the nation; 50% of our students scored among the top 15% in the nation; and the class as a whole scored among the top 30% in the nation. 

We love to see our students excel and are excited for their future in class and beyond!
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