High School

Finding Yourself at CCHS

Capital Christian High School (CCHS) is designed to partner with families in providing a Christ-centered education under the four cornerstones of Capital Christian Schools: “Developing the Spiritual, Academic, Social and Physical potential, all from the foundation of biblical truth.” We strive to be an exemplary school that pursues excellence through Christ.

CCHS provides a state-of-the-art campus on the 63 acres of Capital Christian Center church. CCHS has a highly-qualified faculty that maintains academic quality while integrating faith and learning to ensure an environment in which students can pursue a great education with an emphasis on discipleship.

CCHS is a community of families that participate in the lives of their children while allowing their student to grow and to seek God first. Over 90% of CCHS graduates go on to attend some of the finest Colleges and Universities in our nation. It is our desire to partner with families to provide their student with a biblical foundation as they leave the familiar surroundings of CCHS to pursue what God has for them beyond high school.

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Colleges Attended by CCS Graduates

Abilene Christian University Air Force Academy Azusa Pacific University
Belmont University Bethany University Biola University
Boston University Brooks Institute California Baptist University
California Lutheran University California Polytechnic State University California State University, Chico
California State University, Fresno California State University, Long Beach California State University, Monterey
California State University, Sacramento California State University, San Diego California State University, Sonoma
Central Bible College Christian Heritage University Claremont McKenna College
Columbia University Concordia University Cuesta College
Dickerson State University Drexel University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Emmanuel College Evangel University Fashion Institute of Technology and Merchandising
Florida Atlantic University Georgia Institute of Technology Gonzaga University
Grand Canyon University Hampton University Harvard University
Harvey Mudd College Hillsdale College Heald Business College
Illinois Institute of Technology ITT Technical Institute Kansas State University
Lee University Liberty University Los Rios Community College District
Loyola Marymount University Lincoln University Massachusetts Institute of Technology
North Central College Northwest University Oral Roberts University
Oregon State University Oxford University Pepperdine University
Point Loma Nazarene University Portland State University Seattle Pacific University
Sierra College Simpson University Southeastern University
Spelman College Stony Brook University Trinity Western University
University of California, Berkeley University of California, Davis University of California, Irvine
University of California, Los Angeles University of California, Riverside University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Barbara University of California, Santa Cruz University of Hawaii
University of Nevada University of San Diego University of Oregon
University of the Pacific University of Redlands University of Southern California
University of Tennessee University of Washington Vanguard University
Washington State University Westmont College Whittier College
Whitworth College William Jessup University

College & Career

The College & Career Center introduces students to college and career opportunities and helps prepare them for success in college and on into adulthood. Our focus is to raise awareness at each grade level.

  • Freshmen

    Freshmen work take the PSAT 8/9 as their first step towards college readiness. This exam provides a base PSAT score for them to build upon throughout high school.

  • Sophomores

    CCHS introduces the PSAT/NMSQT to all Sophomores. Results from this exam give students access to a detailed score report, AP Potential, and other valuable information through College Board.

  • Juniors

    An SAT Prep Course is available twice a year for students to prepare for the College Board exam. Students also take the PSAT and are required to attend a college fair. At the end of 11th grade, students complete a college planning project which includes the following: their top five schools, resume, personal essay, common application and more.

  • Seniors

    Assistance is available for 12th grade students as they complete their applications, recommendations, scholarships and financial aid information. The seniors also participate in a Senior Summit in the fall to help with their college/career transition.

  • Opportunities for all Students

    Each fall, CCHS hosts “College Day,” where approximately 25 Christian colleges visit our campus. Throughout the school year, many additional college admissions representatives visit CCHS for small group setting presentations. We also offer a college financial planning workshop twice a year as a partnership with Thrivent Financial.


Career Planning

CCHS offers Kuder Career Planning Systems for students to complete three assessments that link them to potential career opportunities. Also from that system, students may further investigate careers, majors, and college opportunities.

During the Sophomore year, students further investigate careers by completing a career project and research paper.

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