AthleticSee Full Athletic Calendar
- 10/25 Girls' Varsity Volleyball vs. NCISAA State Tourney, North Raleigh Christian Academy (Away) North Raleigh Christian Academy
- 10/27 Boys' Junior Varsity Football vs. Providence Day School (Home) 6:30 PMStadium
- 10/28 Co-ed Varsity Cross Country vs. NCISAA State Finals (Away) 2:00 PMHagan Stone Park
- 10/28 Boys' Varsity Football vs. Providence Day School (Away) 7:00 PMProvidence Day School
- 10/31 Athletic Department - US Winter Sports Officially Begin (Except Swimming)
- 11/01 Athletic Department - US Swimming Begins
SchoolSee Full School Calendar
- 10/25 ERB Testing: Grades 2-8
- 10/26 ERB Testing: Grades 2-8
- 10/26 Men's Power Hour 7:30 AM to 8:30 AMEarly Education Building
- 10/26 College Visit: The Cooper Union 9:30 AM to 10:00 AMCollege & Counseling Center
- 10/26 College Visit: The University of Tennessee 1:15 PM to 1:45 PMCollege & Counseling Center
- 10/27 ERB Testing: Grades 2-8
- 10/27 College Visit: Samford University 9:15 AM to 9:45 AMCollege & Counseling Center
- 10/27 Conversational Spanish Session 3:15 PM to 4:00 PMMS/US Media Center--Conference Room
Congratulations to 359 lower school students on completing their Reading Knights goals for first quarter.
Congratulations to six seniors on being named National Merit Semifinalists and Commended Students.
Two seniors artists win honors in the 2016 ArtFest of Matthews High School Art Scholarship Competition.
Congratulations to the Charlotte Christian winners of the Festival in the Park Art Contest.
Congratulations to Coach Simmons, CCS varsity baseball head coach for the past 26 years, on his selection to the 2016 North Carolina Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Charlotte Christian welcomed Celebrity Chef Jet Tila during his visit to campus to teach students how to cook and enjoy healthy food choices.
Seniors Alexis Jones and Miles Gary are the 2016 recipients of the Jennifer Hendrick and Kimberly Hendrick Memorial Scholarships.
A Boot Camp Benefit held in honor of Charlotte Christian sophomore Colby Young raised $22,000 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.