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Airman Aaron T. Fennimore, class of 2016, recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.  Aaron completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.  Airmen who complete basic training also earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

Christy Knott is a graduate of the class of 2005.  During her years here, she was a spiritual leader whose academic achievements were outstanding.  Athletically, she contributed to our excellent championship girls’ basketball teams.  From CCS she went to Cedarville University in Ohio.  After completing her degrees, she was hired by the United States Air Force, and is serving our country at Wright Patterson Ari Force Base in Dayton, Ohio (Yes, she really is a rocket scientist!). Christy Knott still is a Crusader!

Tim Reber is a 1985 graduate of CCS.  He completed his collegiate education at Philadelphia Biblical University (now Cairn University), and is now the principal of Rift Valley Christian Academy in Kenya.  He and his wife, Jill, have four children.  Kelsey is a student at Cairn. Nate, Cecilia, and JT are students at RVCA.  Nate taught his CCS high school boys about rugby, which he plays as a varsity sport at Rift Valley.  Cecilia (we nicknamed her CeCe) proved herself to be a marvelous academic student, and JT’s trombone was a blessing to Mr. Caldwell’s middle school band.

Jon-Mark Grussenmeyer, class of 2005, is now a professor at both Rowan University and Cumberland County College.  He completed much of his undergraduate and graduate studies in England, and plans to finish his PHD from Kent University.  Here at CCS, we remember Jon-Mark as an outstanding academic student and as a regular participant in our fall high school plays.

Matthew Crow, class of 2014.  "While a student at CCS, I learned that a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a strong grasp of academics, and the development of binding relationships are important aspects to a productive Christian life.  The years I have spent here at Cumberland Christian School have been the best years of my life.”