Middle and high school students spent the first few days of school nourishing their spiritual and relational health during retreats. Read testimonies from three of our students.
Pastor Brandon Nolan explains the meaning behind this year's school theme, "Thrive."
Secondary history teacher Kenn Baker was recently featured in an article by the Bartow Sports Zone for the impact he has made in the lives of numerous students and athletes in Bartow County and the surrounding areas.
Patience has paid off for Senior Grace Chapman, who is finally seeing her dream for a monthly high school worship night come to fruition at Cornerstone this year.
Senior Reid Finnegan shares about his unique experience at the 2018 Boys State.
On Wednesday, April 25, over 330 Cornerstone Prep students, parents, and staff reached out to the Cobb community to serve in 14 different organizations for their fifth annual Cornerstone Cares Day.
The Bowling family recently submitted our first Pop Tab donation for the Ronald McDonald House. We plan to continue collections this year, so keep popping those tabs!
Cornerstone Prep sixth grader Kaitlyn Burger participated in the Association of Christian Schools International National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. on May 5 and placed in the Top 10. She was one of 42 spellers in the ACSI 30th Annual Bee.