Q: Is Calvary Chapel Schools open for in-person instruction?
A: Yes! In spite of the challenges of the COVID pandemic, we successfully and consistently remained opened to in-person, full-day learning on our campus. This has been made possible through the ingenuity and earnest efforts of our administrative team, implementing safety in several ways, including but not limited to:
Temperature checks every morning
Smaller class sizes with student spacing of 4 feet or more
Increased classroom ventilation and sanitization of desks between every period
Masks are worn throughout the day, except while eating or during physical activity
Exercise and eating outside or in large spaces like the gym to increase airflow and ventilation
For additional information, you can view our Safety Plan to read about all of the safety measures we are taking during the COVID pandemic.
Q: When are applications available?
Q: Does Calvary offer financial assistance?
A: We do offer financial grant and aid to families that qualify through FACTS. If you are interested in applying for financial grant and aid through our FACTS system, we encourage you to register and apply for financial grant and aid as soon as possible. There is a limited amount of financial grant and aid available each year and it is awarded by need and on a first come first served basis.
Q: How many students attend the high school?
A: There are approximately 425 students that attend Calvary Chapel High School in grades 9 through 12.
Q: Do you have honors and AP classes?
A: Yes, we offer a variety of honors and AP classes, for a complete listing see our curriculum guide.
Q: What is the spiritual life on campus?
A: Bible study, prayer, and worship are a part of student life at school. Students attend chapel weekly and Bible classes are included in our required classes for graduation. During the school day, students are encouraged to seek the Lord’s will in every situation in their lives.
Q: What is the school’s dress code?
A: Students are required to wear collared polo shirts, pants and shorts to the knee. Please refer to the Parent/Student Handbook for details.
Q: When does your school year start and end?
A: We operate on a traditional school year, September – June
Q: What sports do you offer?
A: CCHS offers 19 CIF sports:
- Fall: Boys' and Girls' Cross Country, Football, Girls' Tennis, Girls' Volleyball, Girls' Golf
- Winter: Boys' & Girls' Basketball, Boys' & Girls' Soccer, Wrestling
- Spring: Baseball, Boys' Volleyball, Boys' Golf, Softball, Boys' and Girls' Swimming, Boys' and Girls' Track & Field
Q: Do you offer after school activities?
A: All of our athletic teams practice or compete after school at various locations during the week. Some of the campus clubs will also meet after school.
Q: How old is the high school?
A: The high school opened its doors in 1987, we celebrated our 30th anniversary at the 2017 Homecoming Event!
Q: Do you have a community service requirement?
A: There is a community service requirement of 16 hours per year.
Q: Do you have a bus or transportation system?
A: Calvary Chapel Schools operate a few busses for our athletic teams and field trips, but we do not provide residential service.
Q: Do you offer formal accommodations for students with a documented Individualized Education Program (IEP)?
A: Unfortunately, we do not offer formal accommodations for students with an IEP. In some circumstances, we may be able to offer informal accommodations, such as extended testing time. The Administration makes these decisions on an individual basis.
Q: Do you partner with a Christian home school program?
A: Yes, Calvary Chapel Private School Program (CCPSP) is an independent program where you determine your curriculum and the direction for your student. For more information call (714) 549-8727 or email email@example.com.
Q: Do you have car pools? Are students allowed to park on campus?
A: Parents interested in carpooling may submit an information card. The car pool information cards are indexed by city and then made available to parents to refer to in the elementary school office. Parents may then make their own contacts and arrangements. High school students who drive to school must obtain a parking permit and park in designated areas.
If you have additional questions, we would be happy to connect you with you! Please call the school office at (714) 662-7485.