Specific curriculum distinctives at CVCS include the following:
Science courses are taught from a creationist point of view since we believe that "In the beginning, God created...”.
Mathematics is taught as a mirror which reflects God's order and reliability in a unique way, rather than as an invention of man.
Historical time-lines are set in the perspective of God's plan for the ages. We evaluate the impact of biblical principles and individual Christian faith on major historical themes such as exploration, colonization, economic progress, art, literature, and constitutional government.
Language arts are taught to enhance and apply the values of the Christian faith. Because men are influenced by words, and all words communicate some value system; we strive to select and evaluate literature in the light of Biblical values. We also give priority to mastery of the written and spoken word.
Bible classes are an integral part of the CVCS curriculum. God's truth is "...profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work." (II Timothy 3:16, 17)
All classes are presented in the light of biblical truth.