7th & 8th Grades
The CPLS Logic School aligns with the developmental transition from old children to young adults, when students start questioning everything. The curriculum promotes independent thinking, questioning, and discernment.
During Logic School, teachers and coaches walk with students and offer guidance as they mature emotionally, spiritually, and physically.
Academic goals for the School of Logic include understanding how to become self-learners, learning how to manage their schedules and demands, and learning how to think critically and logically.
The pinnacle of CPLS Logic School is the study of logic itself. Our Logic curriculum equips students to recognize errors in arguments, both their own and others. It is a skill they take into the rest of their studies such as into science, where they develop and test hypotheses; into mathematics, where they break down complicated problems into approachable equations; into Latin, where they grasp the order and structure of language; into literature, where they explore authors’ vision and narratives and develop their own coherent ideas; into Bible, where they examine the wholeness and rationality of Scripture; into history, where they examine the consequences of events and ideas; and into the rest of their lives.
Fine Arts & Athletics
CPLS considers both athletics and fine arts to be an important part of the student experience and important for a complete classical education. Our school offers opportunities and education in art, theater, music, and five team sports per gender.
Both fine arts and athletics enhance and are imbued with the classical education experience.
Logic School Admissions Requirements
CPLS requires the Admissions Committee to examine previous school grades and the most recent standardized test scores (if available). The student will also be given a Readiness Interview to establish whether they are academically prepared to join the grade level for which they are applying.
We accept students who demonstrate an understanding of living as a Christian, an eagerness to excel in academics, and have enthusiasm to attend our school.