The Calvary Baptist School and Foundations Christian Preschool Lunch program is run by the PASSTA coordinator. More information about our PASSTA group and how parents can volunteer can be found in our “What is PASSTA” document below. Any additional questions about menus or volunteering in the kitchen can be directed to our PASSTA coordinator.
Calvary Baptist School hosts various fundraisers throughout the school year. Some favorite past fundraisers include our Scholastic book fair, Holiday Bazaar, homecoming events, family fun nights at local activity centers, and more. We look forward to new and improved fundraisers every year. All fundraiser income is designated to different areas within the school including, but not limited to, classroom supplies, elementary and high school classes, and the senior trip. Fundraisers are led by the school office, administration and teachers as well as our parent volunteer committee. If you would like to volunteer to help with any of our fundraisers, please contact the school office or the parent volunteer committee. Please note that all volunteers need to have PA state clearances. Please see our Volunteer Opportunities page for more information. SchoolOffice@cbschools.org email@example.com
Student Council is composed of a select group of students from seventh grade through twelfth grade. These students, nominated by both peers and teachers, serve for one year. The purpose of student council is to build unity among the student body from the preschool through the secondary grades. Some of our projects include adopting an elementary class each month, sponsoring activities to introduce our diverse student body to each other’s cultures, help with cleaning up the lunchroom, as well as being on call as hosts for various school events. Student council members are Christ-like examples of servant leadership and are a vital part of Calvary Baptist School’s mission to inspire students to serve Christ.
The KCEA Honor Society is composed of students who have maintained a 3.25 GPA, are in good disciplinary standing, and have a consistent Christian testimony. The purpose of Honor Society is community outreach. Honor Society students volunteer monthly at Manna on Main, a local organization that provides services to those in need; sponsor diapers and wipes drives for North Care Pregnancy Center; support missionary efforts of our alumni; and represent the school at various community events.
Guidance counseling services are available to all students and parents. Services include SAT/ACT prep classes and advising, college application and entrance assistance, career counseling, college information and visiting opportunities, and help with financial aid. Counseling is also available to students in elementary through high school who need spiritual, academic, or emotional support. Counseling is also available for parents who are in need of guidance in helping their children for decisions post-high school.
POST GRADUATION RATES
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CBS is offering various dual enrollment courses through Liberty University for juniors and seniors. More information can be found here on Liberty University’s website. However, some course restrictions apply based on CBS credit and graduation requirements as well as appropriate semester schedules and current CBS course offerings. Juniors and seniors can speak to the guidance counselor about dual enrollment opportunities.
Montgomery County Intermediate Unit
Psychological and academic testing services are available to students upon request of teachers and parents through the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU). The MCIU provides evaluation and guidance for students who are not performing well academically because of psychological, emotional or behavioral factors. The MCIU does not diagnose, but, rather, evaluates and provides guidance for possible solutions to challenges. If you are interested in more information about Montgomery County Intermediate Unit referrals, please contact Kirsten Harris in the school office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Support Services at Calvary Baptist School provide a unique opportunity to care for and educate students with academic needs of support or enrichment. As God’s Word tells us we are “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:14). We all have value and unique ways in which we can impact the world for Christ and bring Him glory.
Our programs exist to serve non-traditional learners who have needs which require additional services through our remedial support programs. Students who would not otherwise flourish in the traditional classroom setting are able to receive services through these programs which meet on a schedule and frequency determined by the program instructors. Personalized attention to a students’ strengths and weaknesses are addressed through a variety of diagnostic tools, teaching methods, and remedial techniques. The goal is to help individuals meet with success and grow as capable students who enjoy learning.