Senior high students explore the themes of the drama of scripture in greater depth, and are encouraged to engage in dialogue around significant questions of the Christian faith. Although we “boldly initiate the child into the language, concepts, and stories of the Christian faith”, senior high student questions are encouraged, objections and doubts allowed. It is only through this more open dialogue that our students will be able to, “with gentleness and respect”, be “prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks…the reason for the hope that [they] have” (1 Peter 3:15). And, as our faith is a full-bodied experience involving not only our mind, but our soul, strength and body (Luke 10:27)– we engage our senior students in hands-on, embodied practices that helps them see what it looks like for us to flourish and live well as kingdom citizens. Community gardens, service activities, mission trips, and leadership opportunities are embedded in the grade 10-12 CP experience.