Students come to CHCA with a range of spiritual perspectives and varying depths of relationship with Christ. Here, spiritual life is not about being perfect, following a certain doctrine, trying to look like a “good Christian”, or saying you "believe" to be part of the crowd. It’s about meeting students where they are, and engaging their heads, hearts, and hands in activities which help them to develop a personal, resilient Christian faith that carries them forward in their lives.
Our teachers want to make sure that our faith is our own. They want us to know why we believe something—not just accept what others tell us. ”Upper School Student