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    Cascade Christian Schools is an interdenominational school system serving families with child care through grade twelve, on multiple campuses in Pierce County. 

    Dedicated to helping students explore and discover their God-given potential, Cascade Christian School is a place students are provided with excellent academics, athletics and arts, character development and leadership training opportunities, and are encouraged to cultivate a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

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    CCHS Alumnus Johnny Tveter named Girls' Basketball Head Coach

    It is with a great deal of excitement that we share that CCHS alumnus Johnny Tveter, Jr. has been named our next Girls’ Basketball Head Coach, following Coach Bryan Peterson’s retirement from a successful 35-year coaching career. Johnny began attending the Cas... Read More

    High School Impact Term Starts with Prayer

    Wednesday during high school chapel, students and staff prayed over all students who are preparing for their Impact Term (I-Term) experiences.  The I-Term process starts for students at the beginning of the school year when they first meet with their teams. During th... Read More

    McAlder Campus Students Raise over $4,700 to support officers and families

    Spurred on by the "Love Does" theme for this year, and an idea from teacher Lora Harrison, the McAlder campus students and families raised over $4,700 between March 12 and 23. All funds raised go to the Behind the Badge Foundation, which provides comprehensive s... Read More

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    Picking Up the Classroom and Dropping it in the Woods

    A steady mist hovered over The Salvation Army’s Camp Arnold as around 60 CCS sixth graders headed to their first class of the day. Camp Arnold, nestled in the outskirts of Eatonville, WA, housed sixth grade camp for three days, where the classroom is picked up out of Puyallup, Frederickson, and the Sumner-Orting Valley and dropped smack-dab in the middle of 670 acres of trees, mud and fresh air. The classroom was no longer filled with desks and textbooks, rather it was full of lessons of fire safety, team building exercises and canoeing. While camp is a place to make memories and burn off some energy, it does not hin... continue reading