Students were given the task of identifying people in the world, their community, and in their lives that, through their positive actions, have impacted the world, our community, or our lives in a real and valuable way. They were then asked to create a certificate of appreciation that will be given to a person in their life. Below are pictures of the various projects and a video that highlighted some of the certificates that were created.
This is our seventh year at Corpus Christi School and we are thankful every day for the opportunities our children are given to grow and develop into caring, empathetic, and well-rounded individuals. The families we have met through CCS have become like family and we feel lucky to call them our friends. To say that CCS has handled the COVID-19 pandemic well is an understatement. We have four children at the school and I was very concerned that they would fall behind when there were school closures in the Spring of 2020. The administration and teachers have gone above and beyond to be sure that our children continue to learn, all the while making their health and safety a priority. I am confident that the CCS administrators and teachers will continue to go above and beyond to be sure that our children are being educated, which is one less thing for us to worry about during these uncertain times.
Lisa T., parent
Corpus Christi School's mission is to help all students reach their full potential, in the classroom and in life. The school is enriched by the diverse backgrounds and talents of all families.
Corpus Christi is proud to hold the National Blue Ribbon Distinction which is a highly sought after award that places Corpus Christi within the top 15% of schools in the country with "exemplary high performing" student achievement.
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