Today’s blog post is by guest author Colin Sanders. Colin is a 2020 graduate of CPLS and a sophomore at John Brown University majoring in Digital Cinema. During my first year at John Brown University, I wrote, produced and directed three of my own short films in hopes of training […]
Grandparents Day has been a beloved tradition at Cair Paravel Latin School since the school’s earliest days. Always scheduled on the Thursday before Easter, the school rolls out the proverbial red carpet for several hundred grandparents who spend the morning visiting classrooms, completing art projects, and participating in science experiments. […]
As a brand-new member of KSHAA, this was the first chance for the team to compete for a state title. After going on a 9-0 run in the regional tournament, they advanced to the state tournament last weekend. Emotions ran high as the team traveled five and a half hours to […]
Today’s post is written by guest author, and Grammar School Art teacher, Christine Ewing. We value art for many reasons at CPLS. We know that studying and appreciating what is true, good, and beautiful feeds our souls in a way that points back to God, our great Creator (Philippians 4:8). […]
Today’s blog post is by guest author Doug Congdon. Doug is a graduate of CPLS, the Family Ministries Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church, and father of Darcy in 1st grade. For over a month now, my sweet 6-year-old daughter came home from school singing Christmas songs in anticipation of the […]
CPLS was pleased to add Edith Kerns as our new K-8th Academic Interventionist this school year. This is a new position that we prayerfully considered as a way to better meet the academic needs of our students. Mrs. Kerns’ role is to provide academic support in reading and math for […]
The CPLS Little Lions Learning Center has been selected as the #1 Best Childcare Center in the “Best of Topeka 2020” contest sponsored by the Topeka Capital Journal. After hearing the news, CPLS Head of School, Melody Congdon said, “This is an amazing honor for our program which began as a simple idea to create a space for preschool-aged children that was more […]
There are questions that we have asked and tried to answer throughout human history: Why are we here? How did we get here? Who are we? Our education should address these universal questions and examine how great thinkers have answered them. Classical education prepares students to engage in this Great […]
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