Appomattox County High School (ACHS) and Cornerstone Christian Academy (CCA) are planning multiple events this school year to enhance the growth of their students. 

Cornerstone Christian Academy and its students are looking forward to attending the school’s Chili Cook Off on Oct. 22. 

Additionally, CCA offers clubs during afterschool hours such as the 4-H and LEGO Club to advance the development of their young students. 

“Our website ccaofva. org holds so much information about calendar events and activities,” stated CCA Assistant Principal Susan Shorter. 

ACHS will host Club Day once per month during the calendar year to ensure students experience personal growth and engagement. 

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