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Class of 2018 at a Glance

Last Sunday, May 13, at approximately 2:45 p.m., 56 Central Arkansas Christian high school seniors left Mustang Mountain as graduates.  
From winning a state championship and multiple district titles in athletics, to receiving All Superior ratings at the Arkansas State Choral Festival, to earning millions of dollars in scholarships, these students have excelled in many notable ways. This year’s graduates will continue their academic careers at 19 colleges in 10 different states. With an average ACT score of 25, this class accepted $ 2,036,992 in athletic and academic scholarships. 
Click here to read the full story on our website.

Doug Killgore

Q&A with Doug Killgore, Arkansas High School Athletic Administrators Association Hall of Fame Inductee

First, let’s get the timeline figured out. A couple of numbers have been floating around, and we want to set the record straight! How long, and for what years, have you been the Athletic Director at CAC?
18 years total, from 1979-1981 then 2002-present.

We learned earlier this year that you will be inducted into the AHSAAA (Arkansas High School Athletic Administrators Association) Hall of Fame. Congratulations!
We, the AHSAAA, started the Hall of Fame about 10 years ago, and for a few years were playing catch up by inducting Athletic Directors going all the way back to the ‘70s. Now, there are three members a year that are selected. Each year members are nominated by other members, and the Hall of Fame committee considers your resume and history, and then they make the final decision.

I was a good bit surprised that I was informed of it while I was still an 
AD, because technically you are supposed to have been retired, but the word was out that I was retiring from the profession, so technically I was eligible.

Of course, you’re always honored and flattered that your peers recognize you; that’s always significant. I have bittersweet emotions about my fellow inductees, as one of my very good friends who passed away will also be honored posthumously. She was like a mother to us at the organization, and I wish we had gotten our act together and honored her before she passed. 

Click here to read the full interview on our website. 
May 13, 2018. The Class of 2018 graduated in front of a crowd of family and friends in a ceremony filled with laughter and tears. The 56 graduates left Mustang Mountain and will spread out across the United States as they pursue further education and careers. 
"The habits and the values and all of the stuff you learn here make you who you are as a person.
I can't say enough about the faculty and the staff here - just the investment level that they have in the students."
Jack Thomas,
Class of 2014
Watch the third video in The CAC Mentor Series featuring Jack Thomas and Danny Sullivan. 
Summer Camp sessions are filling up!
From volleyball and baseball skills camps to our Theatre Specialty Day Camp, there are many programs open to current and new CAC families this summer.
These camps are a great opportunity for students to stay active, meet some of their future classmates, and learn valuable skills!
Click here to view the full list on our website and register.
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Congratulations to the eight 7th grade students who were recognized as Duke TIP scholars this past month.
According to their website, the Duke University Talent Identification Program is a nonprofit organization that supports academically talented students in grades four through twelve.

Through above-grade-level testing, enrichment resources, year-round learning options, residential summer programs, online courses, need-based financial aid, and original research into the needs of gifted students, they help support and nurture students' talents.
Way to go, everyone! 
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