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As many of you know, our site has been down. We have been sad, but we are determined!

We have been able to restore a few things. You can now see and read pages and posts. Pictures and links may not work. We are working diligently on these items!

We appreciate your patience!

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Thanks so much!

CERC Board

Updated Fall 2017 Class Schedule

It has been a very busy enrollment season since our schedule was released last spring.  We have enjoyed welcoming new and returning families to CERC.  As you know, “enrolling” is simply “reserving a spot” in a class until the end of our Regular Enrollment period, at which time it is determined whether each class met its required minimum number of students in order to remain on the schedule for the upcoming school year.

The following classes met their minimum number and

will be offered on CERC’s schedule for 2017-2018:

Algebra 1
Algebra 2
American History
Anatomy and Physiology
Apologia Biology 1
Apologia Biology 2
Apologia Chemistry
Apologia General Science
Apologia Marine Biology
Apologia Physical Science
Apologia Physics
Budding Botanists
Effective Reading, Note-taking, and Study Skills
Elementary Art Fundamentals
Elements of Literature and Grammar
Exploring Creation with Botany
Fundamental Worldviews
Fundamentals of Math
Intro to Literature and Composition
Math Facts
MS US History
MS World History
Pre Algebra
Spanish 1
Spanish 2
Speech and Communication
Studio Art for Teens
The following classes did not meet their minimums and

will not be offered at CERC as a class during the 2017-2018 school year:

Advanced Worldview
All About Reading (all levels)
Analytical Grammar
Art Appreciation
British Literature
Computer Applications
Essay Writing
Famous Artists
Health and Wellness
Intermediate Art
Middle School English
Social Psychology
Story Art 4-6
Story Art K-3
US Government
World History (high school)
If a class for which you enrolled is on the list of classes that did not make, please consider whether one of the remaining classes on the schedule would be a comparable alternative for your student. We would be happy to talk with you to help determine if this is the case!


Additionally, please note that if you are on the waiting list for one of the classes that made, you will receive a phone call if a spot opens up and you are added to the class.

Material and enrollment fee checks are available for pickup for those whose classes did not make. Tuition payments remitted upon enrollment for classes that did not make will be credited toward other classes for which you are enrolled, and will be deposited August 1. If you would like to stop by to write a revised tuition check, please let us know.  All material fee checks that have not been picked up will be shredded on August 1.

Late enrollments, adds and drops are by appointment only beginning Monday July 10. email with any questions or to schedule an appointment to adjust your schedule. We are here to help!

Please email our Director of Education with any questions or to schedule an appointment to adjust your schedule. We are here to help!

Enjoy the rest of your summer!

CERC Board


Upcoming Important Dates

Tuesday, July 11 10:00-3:00 50-Cent-Sale and Used Book Sale

Monday, August 14 6:00-8:00 PM Mandatory Orientation Meeting for all CERC Families at FBC Rowlett

Monday, August 21 Classes begin!

Summer Camps and Workshops

Intro To Guitar   with Katie Riley
Dates: July 18-21 (Mon-Thur)  Times: 10am – 12pm
Age Level: 12-18  Grade Level: 7th – 12th
Tuition: $100/student
This will be a beginner’s introduction to the guitar. We will be exploring the various playing techniques, such as, rhythmic chords, fingerpicking, and reading tablature. Students will also learn basic guitar maintenance.
Requirements: Students must have a 6-string guitar (preferably acoustic).

Theater Intensive   by Payton Weinzapfel
Dates: June 20-24    (Mon – Fri)          Times: 9am – 3pm              
Ages: 12+        Grade level: 7th – 12th
Tuition: $75/student
Each day will begin with a full theater warm-up and a few rounds of improvisation games and activities. Each day will consist of work on a series of scenes that will be performed at the last session. While working on the scenes, time will be taken to focus on the basic rules of acting. Breaks will be taken to expand the actors’ theater vocabulary while broadening their knowledge of terms and professional standards. Actors will be expected to work hard at sharpening their skills according to the high expectations set. By performing only one or two scenes each, actors will be given the ability to focus intensely on proper techniques while polishing their performance abilities.  Scenes will range in size based on number of actors. Depending on abilities, the scenes will range from comedic to dramatic; additionally, scenes will range in length. All actors will be given modern, realism scenes to provide an opportunity to work on authenticity, emotion, and realistic characters. This camp is great for the beginner and advanced actor alike. No experience required, but always welcomed. An overview of the topics is as follows: Auditioning, warm-ups, improvisation, physicality and movement, the voice, terms and techniques, blocking, working with others, character analysis, units and motivation, and perfecting a performance. 
Enrollment information
If you are not currently enrolled at CERC, please complete the following:
  • Student Enrollment Form (One per student)
  • Statement of Faith
  • Release of Liability

Bring completed forms to CERC along with a $25 enrollment fee plus the workshop tuition fee.

If you are currently enrolled at CERC, please come in and register. You will need to bring in  your tuition fee for the workshop(s).

For more information, please call 972-475-4138