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Academic Philosophy

Calvary Episcopal Preparatory (CEP) is a community where close connections between student and teacher flourish within an accelarated curriculum. Students join the faculty in pursuing questions, not simply answers; in discovering ideas, not merely facts; and in appreciating the journey, not solely the destination.
The Calvary Way

Our talented faculty offer students support, enthusiasm, and opportunities to grow in a safe, nurturing environment. CEP students graduate with a strong foundation of knowledge, skills, and spiritual responsibility that will serve them well throughout life.

CEP aspires to graduate young men and women of integrity who will achieve their goals, serve the world, and persevere in the challenges of heart and mind. We are firmly committed to providing an education that meets the needs of the whole child, in which students can learn to think independently, analyze, and reason. Students learn in small classes and actively participate in all classroom discussions.

Our teachers instill in Calvary students a love for learning. As a result, the average student achievement test scores are in the top 10% of the nation. In our middle school, over 70% of the seventh graders qualified for recognition as a Duke Talent Identification Program scholar. Sixty percent of our eighth graders are members of the National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society.

Calvary's Curriculum
CEP course of study reflects a commitment to liberal arts, science and math, and a dedication to prepare students for college and for life. Small classes, range from 10 to 22 students (depending on the grade level) which encourages open and lively discussion, hands-on learning and field experiences.
 
Our academic facilities include classrooms that are technology driven,  student issued ipads, science lab, access to the computer lab, and a fully equipped library. The college preparatory program curriculum requires that students take online courses in Advanced Placement or Honors classes including English, mathematics, foreign language, social studies, and science. To graduate, a student must earn a minimum of 26 credits in four years.

 

Called to a higher standard

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