“Since coming to this campus, they have increased their enrollment by about 10 percent,” Mayor Allegood said, pointing out that the move had been a worthwhile one for Cornerstone Prep.
Celebrating God's Blessings
The school’s progress over the past years has been incredible. Mrs. Borders always knew God would provide Cornerstone Prep a home of their own, but admits she had no idea it would take over 12 years. “We have learned to listen to God, even when he says no, as he did many times during our search for land and a building. We have learned patience and endurance as the building progress was slow, trusting God's timing and not our own.”
Cornerstone Prep's History
Cornerstone's New Campus
Teachers no longer use projectors, rather they Chromecast from their Chromebooks to the TV. Using a special film on the TVs, teachers can write on the TV, thus replacing smartboards and projectors, and making the screen interactive.
Teachers can show videos, slides, and work problems while casting on the TV. Also, the administration can broadcast school news and announcements. Cornerstone Prep is one of the first schools in Cobb County to offer this type of technology.
The new campus includes an educational building, gymnasium, playground, playfield, and athletic field. Future plans and growth include plans for a separate fine arts building, tennis courts, and a baseball field.