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Calvin students consistently score above state and national averages for SAT and ACT. They're going places too! Calvin graduates receive admissions to top colleges and universities!

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This isn't just a job to them. Calvin teachers truly believe that they are called to teach and help train up students for a life of Christ-centered service. 

2019 CCHS Spring Musical

Calvin Christian High School is excited to present the 2019 spring musical, High School Musical! Purchase your tickets for opening weekend, April 26-27, or closing weekend, May 3-4. 

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Calvin Christian School: Excellent Education 
for a Life of Christ-centered Service
 
For over 50 years, Calvin has been partnering with Christian families for the education of their children.
 
Did you know that Calvin educates students from all over North San Diego County?  Located in Escondido, our campus is conveniently located to serve a wide area of the county. 
 
Did you know that over 70 different churches and denominations are represented at Calvin?  Our families come from Baptist, Catholic, Reformed, and a wide variety of Evangelical churches.  
 
Calvin Christian School is a member of Christian Schools International (CSI), Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). 
 
If you want an excellent, Christ-centered education and a place where your child is known and loved, Calvin is the place for you!
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Connecting Faith & Learning

Analysis is Everywhere

This year I have English, Psychology,and Photography classes. These are technically different subjects, but you would be shocked at the overlap. You may not like reading. You may not like writing. You can even hate English class if you want. But without a doubt, you use what I teach every single day.  What I teach is not a list of authors, dates, or literary elements. What I teach is analysis.  Day one in English, we don't jump right into the texts, but instead start with something each student interacts with every day, even if they don't read novels for fun: music. By comparing music videos and determining the meaning of these works based on the lyrics as well as the tone and visual elements selected by the producers, students recognize the importance of being mindful of every message that comes their way whether from the radio, a commercial, Netflix, or our next novel. Only then do we go on to ask the big questions of the classic texts we grapple with and see how they align with the ultimate truths of scripture: What is the nature of God? Of man? What has gone wrong with the world? How can we be saved? What is the purpose of our life?  Some novels dem... continue reading

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