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Campus News

Former Cornerstone Principals Are Richly Blessed During Retirement

It’s been three years since Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Burton welcomed us onto campus and filled our hallways with their presence.  In 2018, they both followed God’s leading and retired from Cornerstone, stepping right into their next adventures!  We had a chance to catch up with them recently to find out how they’re filling their days during retirement. 

Passover, More than a Religious Observance

Every spring, in Jewish homes all around the world, families gather together to celebrate Passover which begins this year on the evening of March 27, and runs through the evening of April 4th. 

Each family has their own unique Passover traditions, so we asked secondary Cornerstone parent, Sheri Sands and family, to share how they prepare for Passover and open up their home for a joyous feast! 

Cornerstone Vision Art Showcase Reimagined

As COVID-19 reshaped just about every event on our calendars, the Cornerstone Fine Arts Department began brainstorming ways to preserve our annual Vision Art Showcase Event.

Read below to find out how our school halls were transformed into an invitation only Art Walk, designed to bring together students and their families in a celebration of visual and performing arts.


Where Is Your Hope?

As we come upon the one year anniversary of this global pandemic, Cornerstone mom of six, Trina Alleyne, has been thinking about an important lesson she learned through the lives of her children.

Writing the following words brought her to tears as she is reminded that there is no better place to put your hope other than Jesus.     

Long-time Cornerstone Tennis Coach Steve DeFrancesco Retires

Long-time Cornerstone Preparatory Academy tennis coach, Steve DeFrancesco, is retiring after 8 years of faithful service and leading our teams to numerous awards.

We caught up with “Coach Steve”, as he is affectionately known to the athletes, to share what kept him coming back each year and what the next season holds as he passes along his coach’s duties. 


Cornerstone Student Earns Spot at National Competition

Did you know there’s a ninja among us?  Besides his full school schedule, 9th-grade student Brooks Beber finds times to train at a local gym and earned a spot to compete in regional finals for the National Ninja League.  He has even made this sport his mission field.  It’s clear – there’s not much this ninja can’t do.

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