A Quality Education
Capitol City Baptist School offers a quality education including the use of an advanced curriculum, the arts and athletics. Elementary students (K-6th) are taught using the A Beka curriculum "... providing quality education from a Christian perspective." A Beka Book company is unashamedly Christian and traditional in their approach to education. Beginning at the Jr. High level, Mathematics is taught using Prentice Hall curriculum, and Bob Jones curriculum replaces A Beka in some subjects. BJUPress has been working since the mid-seventies on developing a curriculum that blends factual knowledge and critical thinking skills with biblical truth. Both of the Christian curriculi mentioned have maintained a strong academic thrust, while many secular curriculum publishers have 'softened' their expectations over the years.
Our Stanford standardized testing shows the curriculum we use to enable our average career student (one who has attended here since Kindergarten) to score two or more grade levels beyong their current grade.
Elementary 'special' classes include art, music and gym; computer class is added into the mix beginning at third grade; and all elementary students are involved in a drama presentation toward the end of each school year.
Jr. and Sr. High students can be involved in choir, soccer (men and sometimes ladies), volleyball (ladies) and basketball (both men and ladies); all are involved in a week long drama workshop during the school year. When staffing is available we also have available: various levels of band, a bell choir, art class, a foreign language and cheerleading.
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender or disability. We do reserve the right not to admit students based upon age, religious beliefs, or previous school history. Attendance at Capitol City Baptist School is a privilege, not a right. This privilege can be withdrawn by CCBS at anytime due to improper and unacceptable conduct towards the staff, students and facilities of CCBS.