The school plans to supplement our current curriculum by offering online courses to meet a variety of needs, which include: providing remedial and advanced courses, enrolling students through senior high, offering summer school courses, offering more electives, offering Advanced Placement (AP) and Dual Credit (college credit) to Juniors and Seniors who want a head start on college, and offering a variety of courses to homeschool families either on or off-campus. The school sees online courses providing solutions to scheduling challenges and other special situations that arise every year.
“After considering our options for online learning, we chose to partner with Sevenstar for many reasons. We have been impressed with their spiritual leadership in administration and faculty. They have demonstrated their integration of Christian principles in their daily coursework and the employment of a chaplain to provide daily devotionals and discussion. Even online training sessions and webinars are begun and concluded with prayer. We have taken note that Sevenstar’s curriculum exceeds national standards and is approved by colleges, the NCAA and the ACSI. We are excited to be better able to serve our families while remaining true to our mission.”
Mrs. Smith also pointed out that Cornerstone Christian School will now be equipping students to be successful online learners, which, in this day and age, is advantageous for college students, business professionals and military personnel.
For additional information on Cornerstone Christian School’s online courses, contact Su Smith or visit http://cornerstoneky.net.
ABOUT Cornerstone Christian School – Cornerstone Christian School’s mission is to minister to the whole child: body, mind and spirit, and to support and assist parents in fulfilling their God-given responsibility to bring up their children “in training and instruction of the Lord.” (Ephesians 6:4)
Faculty and staff maintain web pages at http://cornerstoneky.net to keep families informed of daily and special activities and assignments.