CDA-CC Grammar, Logic & Rhetoric School Families:
Meet the CDA-CC Senior Class of 2019!
Have you ever wondered, how do the hours of memorization, tests, assignments here at Coram Deo Academy come together at the end of a student’s time here? Our objective in all the work, activities, sports, and student life is to help raise up ethical servant leaders and wise thinkers who will shape culture for the glory of God. For the rest of the year, we will be giving you an opportunity to get to know each one of the 21 members of our senior class. You will be getting a glimpse of who they are, their aspirations, and what they have learned from their time here. We hope that in this you will be encouraged as you and your family are a part of this mission, as well!
Now Introducing Jackson Davis Meazell
Siblings: Macy (9th) and Avery (7th)
Grade started CDA: 2nd Grade
Activities while in HS : Flowboarding, Baseball, President of Churchill, Mission Trips, Serving
as counselor at Kid’s Camp, VBS, and China Camp
Favorite moment at CDA: After two years of Churchill being down on its luck, not winning a single intramural, we expected the same outcome for the upcoming kickball intramural. Despite our expectations, we brought out our best effort and house spirit to the table, along with an optimistic attitude. Our first game was against Luther, perhaps the most formidable in the entire system. Knowing the daunting competition, Churchill gave 110 percent and arose victorious. Arc had come out on top against Newton in the their first round, leaving only Churchill and Arc still standing. The winner would take first place for the intramural. Amped up on spirit and adrenaline, Churchill’s kickball team was a force to be reckoned with, overtaking Arc and prevailing victorious for the first time in two years. The optimistic attitude and spirit exhibited by Churchill during the intramural will most certainly be my favorite memory from my time here at CDA.
Colleges applied to: ACU, DBU, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State University, LeTourneau University, Southern Methodist University, Grand Canyon University
Possible career path: Automotive or Mechanical Engineering or Law
How has CDA prepared you to be an ethical servant leader and wise thinker in order to shape culture for the glory of God? By far the most beneficial program for me at CDA is the house system. This system gives students the opportunity to serve their fellow students and be a part of something bigger than themselves. This year, I had the opportunity to serve as the president of my house, the house of Churchill. Throughout this year I have learned how to be an ethical student leader through this position. As president, I have learned to put others first in whatever I do. As president, all my efforts go to improving my house for all of its members, not necessarily myself. However, the fact the house system’s core is the Christian faith only prepares me more for modern culture because not only have I learned how to be an ethical servant leader, but I have been taught how to serve in God’s name and for his glory.