Many parents are concerned about the impact of current events on their children, plus the risks of falling behind. We believe that faith and worldview are developing throughout your child’s formative years. Your choices now are more important than ever because these critical influences are delivered every day in his or her school experience.
Which learning environment delivers a growing experience of faith and worldview every day?
Parents choose who will be the influencers in their child’s life. Parents choose the source and the underlying values that shape a child's confidence to face the world.
75% of Christian teens leave their faith when they attend college. College students are bombarded with competing world views. Professors are challenging and even dismissing their faith.
Protestant churches are losing young adults in ‘sobering’ numbers, a survey finds. Seven in 10 Protestants ages 18 to 30—both evangelical and mainline—who went to church regularly in high school said they quit attending by age 23. 
Research tells us that many young adults today "are unable to think coherently about moral beliefs and problems; they don’t know how to accurately discern the difference between right and wrong, nor how to make wise decisions about their life and conduct."
The Bible tells us, “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.”
Without the right preparation, young adults have an excessive focus on consumption and materialism as the good life. They appear to have an inability to care about, invest in, and hope for the larger world through civic and political participation.
Helping young people form a solid worldview and make good choices requires choosing an educational path with great wisdom.
We must prepare young adults that are ready to live with the direct, purposeful, and continuous influence of a Biblical worldview and a deep faith so that their values, their choices, will reflect the character of Christ.
CCS Community Member, Posted on GreatSchools.org
“How amazing is Cornerstone? Pretty extremely amazing. Is it small? Yes. Do we have all the clubs and bells and whistles? No. But are those things worth “getting over” to have your child in a place where the whole family is involved, Christ is the center, and communication and love are key components? Absolutely. As a part of Cornerstone, you are not thinking about what we don’t have, but you’re wishing that everyone could have what we do—the most loving, compassionate, kind, supportive, fun community of parents, students, and faculty. Cornerstone is unlike any other school.”