• School menus: Dec. 7 to 11, 2015


    Elementary schools– Breakfast: Sausage Pancake Bites (15g), WG Blueberry Muffin (28g), Diced Pears (14g); Entrées: (2) WG Pretzel (28g) w/Cheese Sauce (3.15g), Asian Chicken Bites W/WG Roll (24g); Sides: Green Beans (8g), Fresh Apple (25g), Orange Smiles (22g), Pineapple Tidbits (20g), Citrus Blast Juice (14g); Condiments: Honey Mustard (10g), Ketchup (3g), Promise Margarine (0g)

  • Chapter 6: If at first you don’t succeed…

    “Feeling better, Woody?” Chloe asked, as I tried to eat breakfast.

    “I am, thanks,” I responded.

    “Does anything hurt this morning?” Mom asked.

  • Cornerstone students fill shoeboxes

    Cornerstone Christian Academy encourages regular mission and service projects throughout the school year at all grade levels. This Christmas, the elementary students, first through fifth grades, have chosen to collect items to fill shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.

  • On campus: Nov. 27, 2015

    Ketcham accepted to UC

    Andrea Ketcham of Shelbyville was accepted to the University of Cumberlands for the upcoming academic year. She is currently a student at Collins High School.

  • Cornerstone Christian Academy honor rolls

    First Grade

    Landen Korphage, Bryce Rath, Blake Peterman, Brayden Simms, Emerson Hendricks, Jerry Fields, Katie Tipton

    All A’s: Sofia Aspillaga, Lilly Tackett, Caleb Lipps, Cody Ritchey, Hanley Broadus

  • Cornerstone students celebrate Vet day

    Cornerstone Christian Academy honored Vets during their annual Veterans Day program, sponsored by the student council. The students invited military friends and family to join them for breakfast and a recognition ceremony. It was the school’s privilege to welcome retired and active members of the Armed Forces to campus.

  • WKU honors student
  • Cornerstone students celebrate ‘Ag Day’

    Cornerstone Christian Academy held the annual “Ag Day” event which is an all-school event that allows students to receive hands-on education about various aspects of agriculture. Students visited vendor booths, were able to see farm equipment and animals up close, and enjoyed a cookout lunch provided by sponsors.

  • Shelby County Area Technology Center students recognized

    The following students, enrolled at the Shelby County Area Technology Center, were named Students of the Month for October, exemplary academic performance in the classroom: Miranda Dodd, business; Tatum Downey, health science informatics; Brianna Bratcher, health science; Anthony Eisenback, information technology; Jacob Horton, automotive; Nicholas Brandenburg, machine tool; Jacob Melton, industrial maintenance; Kaleb Hulker, math/English.

  • On campus: Nov. 20, 2015

    Lauren Patton, a current student at Shelby County High School, has been accepted to the class of 2020 at the University of the Cumberlands. Located in Williamsburg, University of the Cumberlands is an institution of regional distinction, which currently offers four undergraduate degrees in more than 40 major fields of study. For more information visit www.ucumberlands.edu.