Student Life

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Student Life

At Capital Christian School students have the opportunity to explore and to develop their dreams, talents and passions both inside and outside of the classroom. While CCS offers every student an excellent, college-prep education, students may also participate in a variety of activities that encourage leadership, fun, creativity, social development and a commitment to servanthood.


Our students discover and build lifelong pursuits and friendships as they are involved in activities such as community service, student council, clubs, class retreats and performing arts performances.

Pep Band

Bringing inspiration through music during COVID-19 shelter in place.

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Check out Sac Bee article covering CCS Band performance in the park on June 9, 2020.


“Papa Reber means so much to my family and, in the absence of any extended family in this country, Pops is a surrogate grandparent or crazy uncle,” said Tracey Donlan, who has two children that have been in the Capital Christian band since the third grade. “The band is a reflection of Papa Reber – fun, outgoing, serious about their music and their mission. A crazy fun group of talented musicians.”


"Where words fail, music speaks." H.C. Anderson

Pep Band Director: "Papa" Jim Reber

Spiritual Life

Capital Christian School is committed to strengthening our students’ relationship with Jesus Christ.


This is done in a clear manner that is reflected throughout our academic departments. Weekly Chapel services, along with a Bible curriculum, combine to focus on teaching the foundations of a strong spiritual walk. Our Spiritual Life Program is committed to doing these things with love, authenticity and biblical integrity.

Student Activities

Capital Christian 6th-8th grade provides an atmosphere that allows students to explore their interests and talents. There are many opportunities for our students to be involved. 6th-8th grade opportunities include: weekly chapels, community service projects, CJSF (California Junior Scholarship Federation), ASB, Bible study, prayer groups, school musicals, band, Science Fair, dance classes, and a wide variety of sports teams.

Capital Christian 6th-8th grade activities include: spirit weeks, pep rallies, lunchtime activities, Fall Blast, class trips, all-school field trips, band and choir concerts, spiritual emphasis weeks, See you at the Pole, robotics and service opportunities.

Global Missions


Missions Trip to Dominican Republic

The global missions class went to serve the people of the Dominican Republic in July 11-18, 2021. Partnering with Students International, the team served at different sites in healthcare, technology (building water filters), early childhood education, sports, and women's social work.

"This is a great opportunity to invest in your personal faith and development, while working alongside brothers and sisters in Christ from another country. In the Dominican Republic, students were amazed by the impact their site leaders were making in their communities and were inspired to find ways they could do the same back home." Julissa Beeghly, Chaperone

Missions Trip to Nicaragua

The global missions class went on a mission trip to Nicaragua from February 15-23, 2020. We partnered with Students International, a Christian mission organization focused on community development and sharing the love of Christ to the poor in Central America.


Each student worked with a missionary throughout the week at various ministry sites. These sites gathered donations that we had the opportunity to bring. Thank you so much joining us in the Lord’s work in Nicaragua. Your generosity was greatly appreciated!

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