Center for the Complete Life - Cornerstone Schools

Our focus is to prepare our students to live a Complete Life through an excellent education, a foundation of strong character, meaningful relationships, and real-world experiences.

We hold acts of love, learning, and leadership to be sacred. These actions are made possible by virtues of humility, patience, courage, joy and forgiveness. Our values are personal, professional, institutional, and relevant in building a flourishing community of stakeholders. We develop these values to make possible excellence in all we do from student success to fiscal responsibility.

On Cornerstone’s 31st anniversary, our schools and community partners came together to honor our namesakes. Cornerstone names its schools after significant Founders and Civil Rights Leaders as one name. The school names uniquely depict an American journey, together. They are: Washington-Parks, Jefferson-Douglass, Lincoln-King, Madison-Carver, and Adams-Young.  

On this day, Andrew J. Young, the only living namesake, joined us as we dedicated The Andrew J. Young Cornerstone Center for the Complete Life. Young extended a blessing upon our work for now and generations to come.

His life is a true inspiration to our entire Cornerstone community and his presence at Cornerstone during the event provided a reminder to our students, teachers and partners that we all are capable of living the Complete Life. 

His life is a true inspiration to our entire Cornerstone community and his presence at Cornerstone during the event provided a reminder to our students, teachers and partners that we all are capable of living the Complete Life. 

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A Turning Point for the Complete Life

Cornerstone Schools honored Civil Rights Icon Andrew J. Young by dedicating its new “Center for the Complete Life” in his name at a ceremony on Friday, October 29. Students, alumni, teachers, partners and community leaders gathered…

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