AthleticSee Full Athletic Calendar
- 02/24 Boys' Varsity Lacrosse - Jamboree-Game 1: 9AM vs. Charlotte Secondary - Game 2: 10AM vs. Cannon School - Game 3: 11AM vs. Cuthbertson High School - Game 4: 1230PM vs. Charlotte Latin School (Away) 9:00 AMCharlotte Country Day School (US Cannon Campus)
- 02/26 Girls' Varsity Soccer vs. Gaston Day School (Home) 4:30 PMStadium
- 02/26 Boys' Junior Varsity Baseball vs. Carmel Christian School (Home) 5:00 PMBaseball Field
- 02/26 Boys' Varsity Baseball vs. Carmel Christian School (Home) 5:00 PMBaseball Field
- 02/26 Boys' Varsity Lacrosse vs. Charlotte Secondary School (Home) 6:30 PMStadium
- 02/27 Girls' Middle School Soccer vs. Hickory Grove Christian School CANCELLED (Away) 4:00 PMHickory Grove Christian School
- 03/01 Boys' Junior Varsity Baseball vs. South Meck HS (Away) 4:00 PMIndependence High School
- 03/01 Girls' Middle School Soccer vs. Covenant Day School (Away) 4:15 PMWarner Park
SchoolSee Full School Calendar
- 02/24 Harvard Model Congress Boston, MA
- 02/25 Harvard Model Congress (return) Returning from Boston, MA
- 02/25 Grounded Apologetics 6:30 PM to 8:00 PMCWPA Alkire Auditorium
- 02/26 LS Book Fair HCFAS Media Center
- 02/26 MS/US Book Fair 7:30 AM to 4:00 PMMS/US Media Center--Back Room
- 02/26 Collage All School Art Show 8:00 AM to 3:00 PMCWPA - Huge Gallery
- 02/27 LS Book Fair HCFAS Media Center
- 02/27 MS/US Book Fair 7:30 AM to 4:00 PMMS/US Media Center--Back Room
Eighth grade student Rachel Noonan placed third in the Physics and Mathematics category and will represent Charlotte Christian at the state level.
Katie Hayes places 10th out of 100 middle school students to participate in this year's regional honor band.
Four theatre students receive top honors at CITA festival, including three first place awards.
Six CCS student-athletes committed to play college athletics during the winter signing day ceremony.
Upper school and sixth grade RoboKnights teams advance to robotics state championships with top finishes at recent qualifier.
Congratulations to middle and upper school students who received awards in the 2018 Mid-Carolina Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Competition.
Second grade class tapes lower school principal to the wall with strips of duct tape earned from reading challenge.
A total of $6,400 was given to the five winners of the 2017-18 Knight Tank competition. Students, in collaboration with faculty advisors, submitted proposals to create a new club or program based on an interest or a need they saw.