Casting Love Across the Miles

Casting Love Across the Miles

Today’s post is by CPLS mom and guest author Rachelle Colombo. In the hallway between our family bedrooms hangs a hand-lettered quote from Mother Teresa. It reminds us, as only one who left an indelible mark on the world can, how exactly that is done. It reads, “I alone cannot […]

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Student Spotlight: Noah Long

Today’s blog post is from guest author and CPLS 8th grade student, Noah Long.        On June 8, 2017, I left the United States of America and flew to Zambia, Africa. For three weeks my team (Martha Elford, Will Eagleman, Saya Eagleman, Michele Eagleman, and I) worked with […]

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Alumna Spotlight- Samantha Mooneyham, Class of 2017

Alumna Spotlight- Samantha Mooneyham, Class of 2017

Samantha Mooneyham graduated from Cair Paravel Latin School in May of 2017.  Just before graduation she learned that she had been selected as one of six undergraduate students to participate in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City. Sami spent her […]

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Fireworks Stands and Classical Education

Fireworks Stands and Classical Education

For a brief time each summer, striped canvas tents selling fireworks pop up on the Topeka landscape drawing buyers of all ages.  Carter Brian,13, rings up a sale behind the cash register inside one of these tents and mentions to a customer that if he buys another cone fountain, he can […]

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CPLS Graduate Presents at National Conference

CPLS Graduate Presents at National Conference

During the weekend of April 6-8, 2017, CPLS 2014 graduate Tyler Brown was invited to present at the Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) National Convention at the University of Memphis in Tennessee. According to the CUR website, “The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) and its affiliated colleges, universities, and individuals […]

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Great Start to the CPLS Girls Soccer Season!

Great Start to the CPLS Girls Soccer Season!

The CPLS Lady Lions Soccer Team has had a great start to their season and with that, includes an amazing game versus a much larger team, the Seaman High Vikings on Monday, March 27. Here’s a recap from soccer coach Doug Woolery: Because of KSHAA rules, CPLS is not allowed […]

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The Resurgence of Classical, Christian Education

The Resurgence of Classical, Christian Education

The Gospel Coalition published a great article highlighting the resurgence of classical, Christian education in America, as well as discussing the premise of classical curriculum and its history. The article also mentions an independent school being established in the 1980s in Kansas– guess who that would be? We at Cair […]

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