Elementary Information

Elementary School Enrollment

Enrollment at the school over the last five years has averaged approximately 210 students.  Also over the last five years, the ethnic background of the students is close to the Clark County U.S. Census Bureau latest figures.

Clark County Cornerstone
Multi-Year Average
African-American  2%  5%
Asian  4%  6%
Hispanic  8%  3%
White  85%  85%
Other  1%  1%

Class Size and Student-Teacher Ratio

Class sizes over the last few years have ranged from 18 to 23 per teacher.

School Hours, Extended Care, and Recess

The elementary school’s regular school hours are from 8:30am-3:00pm.  Any students may participate in the extended care program which runs both in the morning (6:30-8:15am) and/or in the afternoon (3:15-6:00pm).

Kindergarten-3rd grade have both a morning and afternoon 15 minute recess. Grades 4 and 5 have only a 15 minute morning recess.  All grades have a 25 minute lunch followed by a mid-day 25 minute recess.


Chapel is an important aspect of the spiritual life at Cornerstone Christian Academy for Learning and Leadership. Parents, grandparents and friends are encouraged to attend chapel which occurs on Wednesdays – K-2nd from 8:45am-9:20am and 3rd-5th from 9:25am-10:05am. Chapel consists of prayer, worship, a Biblically-based message and monthly Christian Character awards.

 This time together as a school allows students to both be challenged in their spiritual development and be leaders in spiritual activities.



The school has a wide variety of activities in which students can be engaged ranging from events to class field trips to after-school programs.

Listed below are a sampling of the typical annual activities:

Grandparents Day, Christmas & Spring Music Programs, Homecoming Week, Lion Pride Assemblies, Talent Show, Art Shows, Sporting Events.

Class Field Trips: Oregon Zoo, Bonneville Dam, Mt. St. Helens, Washington State Capitol, Bi-Zi Farms

After-School Programs: Mad Science, Chess Club, Growing Godly Girls and Guys, Soccer Shots!  Athletics for grades 5-8 include: Volleyball, Cross Country, Basketball, and Track.

Dress Code

The school has a dress code policy which emphasizes dressing to honor the Lord and to be a positive representative/witness for the Lord. Students do not wear a school uniform, but clothing is to be neat, clean, and in good taste. Specific details on the dress code policy are available to all families in the Parent/Student Handbook.