Frequently asked questions

Does CCS offer Special Education Classes?


No. Uniform academic content and classroom requirements are expected for all students. Unfortunately CCS is not equipped to handle students with special learning needs such profound learning disabilities, severe disruptive behavior disorders, severe dyslexia, Asperger's Syndrome or autism. In these cases, since we cannot meet the special needs of these precious children, we encourage them to seek admission at public schools which have funding and specialized teachers to meet your needs and maximize the child's learning potential.




What is Cullman Christian School?


Cullman Christian School (CCS) is an accredited community, interdenominational, nonprofit, co-ed Christian school. CCS is not owned or operated by any one church or denomination but is endorsed by local Bible-believing churches. MISSION: Cullman Christian School seeks to serve the Christian community by providing an academically rigorous education with a biblical world and life view. VISION: To become one of the leading private Christian schools in the state of Alabama through educating students classically, equipping students spiritually, and sending students missionally to pursue their God-ordained calling. PURPOSE: To instill a love of God and learning into the lives of all students, preparing the next generation to lead for the cause of Christ, regardless of college or career path. The school opened its doors to students in 2007 and graduated our first senior class in 2012. CCS is a Christ-centered, biblically-based college preparatory school dedicated to equipping covenant students to excel by using their gifts and talents for God's glory. The school offers Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade classes.




What is "Christian" Education?


Christian education develops a biblical world view. The Bible teaches that we do not need to think like Christians only about religious things. We need to think like Christians about everything. School is about learning facts, but also about learning to think. There are no neutral facts; the point of view and values which surround a fact make the fact complete. Working side by side with parents and the Church is the best way to teach that thinking about the world in a Christian way is essential to spiritual growth. Christian schooling is all about that fine-tuned intersection where both intellectual development and spiritual formation come together with a single-minded purpose of developing young men and women who pursue wisdom, knowledge, and a biblical worldview as evidenced by a lifestyle of character, leadership, service, stewardship, and worship. Over the last 10 years, surveys have repeated shown that 30% of young adults under age 20 claim no religious affiliation. This is the lowest level in US history. And less than 10% of church-going teenagers raised in Christian households who attend public school keep the faith after college. Most educators, and far too many parents, have bought into the myth that education can be "religion/value-neutral"- that teachers can train the mind without shaping attitudes, behavior or spiritual beliefs. Government schools will supply the raw data -- the "neutral" facts -- and parents can add the value system at home and church. Even in schools that try their level best to achieve academic objectivity the goal is never reached, because neutral education is impossible. All of us, your children included, are transformed by the renewing of our minds, a task made impossible when the primary impetus for that renewal -- the Bible -- is either not taught at all, or else reduced to a history book." The school system that ignores God teaches its pupils to ignore God," writes Gordon Clark. "This is not neutrality. It is the worst form of antagonism, for it judges God to be unimportant and irrelevant in human affairs." So, does it matter when all 3 key influences in a child's life (home, church and school) actively prepare students to impact the world through biblical thought and action? Yes, in a major study done by the the University of Notre Dame the authors concluded that "children attending Protestant Christian schools were most likely to adhere to the tenets of their faith in adulthood than others in public school, secular private, and Catholic schools, as measured by church attendance, a belief in moral absolutes, reliance on the Bible as a guide for personal behavior, views on divorce and premarital sex, financial giving, volunteer work, participation in mission and relief trips and sharing devotions with their spouses."




What about Sports and Extracurricular Activities?


CCS has an award-winning athletic program. Sports for grades 4-12 that we have offered have included: Volleyball, Football, Track, Baseball, Soccer, Basketball, Cheerleading, Softball, Bass Fishing. These may vary year-to-year based on student interest. We have several of our athletics and activities outlined here on the website. Homeschool coop students may participate in JV and varsity athletics. Other activities such as Yearbook, 4H Club, Girl Scouts, Art and Drama are available.




What Home School Programs do you offer?


Cullman Christian School is not a home school. However, we do have dedicated programs to support home schooled students and families. Options for home schoolers include: Co-op classes on-campus, participation in junior varsity and varsity athletics, accredited dual enrollment college classes and accredited on-line course electives including AP classes.




Do you offer Dual Enrollment Courses?


Yes. Our dual credit courses let students earn high school and college credit by taking a single class. For many high school students it is an affordable way to earn college credit. At most institutions, students will enroll in classes with a college professor and learn within the college institution’s learning management system. Upon successful completion of a dual credit course, students will earn a half credit at CCS for each 3 or 4 credit hour college course. The college or university will also provide the student with a final grade and send instructions to request an official transcript for the credit(s) earned. CCS has partnered with Wallace State Community College- CCS 11th and 12th grade students may take courses on the Wallace campus for dual credit. CCS students still take Bible at the CCS campus. Other colleges offering CCS students online dual credit: Boyce College
Bryan College
Cedarville University
Davis College
God’s Bible School
Grand Canyon University
The King’s College
Taylor University




Do you offer Advanced Placement (AP) Courses?


Yes.

The following AP classes are available:

AP ART HISTORY – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Course intended for Juniors and Seniors. Successful completion of World History and high-level reading and writing skills are strongly recommended. Prior art training is not a prerequisite nor does the course cater exclusively to future Art History majors. Students will be exposed to a college-level course.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

AP BIOLOGY – 1 CREDIT

The course will successfully prepare the student for the AP Exam in May.

Prerequisites: Biology 1, Chemistry 1, Algebra 1. Students will be exposed to a college-level course.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP CALCULUS AB – 1 CREDIT

fully integrated way and best prepare the students for the AP Calculus AB exam given each year in May. With continuous enrollment, students can start the course and begin working on Calculus as early as spring of the previous year!

Prerequisites: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus or Trigonometry/Analytical Geometry. Student will be exposed to a college-level course.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP COMPUTER SCIENCE A – 1 CREDIT

The AP Computer Science A course is equivalent to the first semester of a college level computer science course.

Prerequisites: Algebra 1 and 2. Students will be exposed to a college-level course.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Teacher recommendation, English 1, 2 (honors), with a B+ average. Students will be exposed to a college-level course.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP ENGLISH LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Recommendation, English 1, 2, 3 with a B+ average. Students will be exposed to college-level composition and literature.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP MACROECONOMICS – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None. Students will be exposed to a college-level learning experience.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP MICROECONOMICS – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None. Students will be exposed to a college-level learning experience.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP STATISTICS– 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Algebra 2

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP U.S. GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: Successful completion of American History is strongly recommended.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP U.S. HISTORY – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Successful completion of World History is strongly recommended

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

AP WORLD HISTORY – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None. Student will be exposed to a college-level course.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved




What Elective / On-line Classes do you offer?


CCS offers accredited on-line classes which include electives, core classes, foreign languages and credit recovery/remedial classes. These include:

ELECTIVES:

ACT PREP – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None


DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY: IMAGE DESIGN AND EDITING – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 11th

CREATIVE WRITING – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

CRITICAL THINKING AND STUDY SKILLS – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: Algebra 1

Recommended Grade Levels: 10th- 11th

DIGITAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY– 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

ESL

Prerequisites: None

FORENSIC SCIENCE 1: SECRETS OF THE DEAD – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

FORENSIC SCIENCE 2: MORE SECRETS OF THE DEAD – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

FOUNDATIONS OF PROGRAMMING – 1 CREDIT

Recommended Prerequisites: Digital Information Technology

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th – 12th Grades

GAME DESIGN – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

HEALTH: LIFE MANAGEMENT SKILLS – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL MEDIA: OUR CONNECTED WORLD – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

MOBILE APP PROGRAMMING – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

MUSIC APPRECIATION – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

LEADERSHIP SKILLS DEVELOPMENT – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

PERSONAL FITNESS (PE) – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

PERSONAL AND FAMILY FINANCE – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

PSYCHOLOGY 1 – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

SAT PREP – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

SOCIAL PROBLEMS 1 – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

SOCIAL PROBLEMS 2 – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: Social Problems 1

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

THEATER, CINEMA AND FILM PRODUCTION – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

MS THINKING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 6th- 8th

ENGLISH:

ENGLISH 9 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

ENGLISH 10 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: English 9

Recommended Grade Levels: 10th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

ENGLISH 11 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: English 9 and 10

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

ENGLISH 12 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: English 9, 10, and 11

Recommended Grade Levels: 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

*All English courses include an honors track that students can choose to complete

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

CHINESE 1 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 10th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

CHINESE 2 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Chinese 1

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

FRENCH 1 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

FRENCH 2 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: French 1

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

FRENCH 3 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: French 2

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Pre-approved for Dual Credit at Colorado Christian University

GERMAN 1 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

GERMAN 2 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: German 1

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

GERMAN 3 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: German 2

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Pre-approved for Dual Credit at Colorado Christian University

LATIN 1 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

LATIN 2 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Latin 1

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

LATIN 3 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Latin 2

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Pre-approved for Dual Credit at Colorado Christian University

SPANISH 1 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 10th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

SPANISH 2 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Spanish 1

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

SPANISH 3 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Spanish 2

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Pre-approved for Dual Credit at Colorado Christian University

MATHEMATICS:

ALGEBRA 1 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Successful completion of 7th grade mathematics with a grade of C or better.

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

ALGEBRA 2 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Algebra 1

Recommended Grade Levels: 10th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

CONSUMER MATH – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 12th

GEOMETRY – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Algebra I or its equivalent.

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

LIBERAL ARTS MATH – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Algebra 1

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Note: This course is not approved by NCAA as a graduation requirement.

PRE-CALCULUS – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

SCIENCE

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Biology

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

BIOLOGY 1 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

CHEMISTRY 1 – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Algebra 1

Recommended Grade Levels: 10th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available, Only the honors version of this course is Pre-approved for Dual Credit at Colorado Christian University

EARTH-SPACE SCIENCE – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

MARINE SCIENCE – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

PHYSICS – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Algebra 1 and 2 recommended.

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

SOCIAL STUDIES

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: Successful completion of English 9 is strongly recommended.

Recommended Grade Levels: 10th – 11th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

AMERICAN HISTORY – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: Successful completion of English 1 is strongly recommended.

Recommended Grade Levels: 10th- 11th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

ECONOMICS WITH FINANCIAL LITERACY – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for the Economics course, however, successful

completion of English 9 and Algebra 1 are strongly recommended.

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th

- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

GLOBAL STUDIES – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved

WORLD HISTORY – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th- 12th

Additional Info: NCAA Approved, Honors Track Available

BIBLE

APOLOGETICS – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th-12th

Additional Info: Honors Track Available

Note: The first semester of this course as also available as a ½ credit class.

HAVE WE LOST OUR MINDS?! WORLDVIEW CURRICULUM FOR TEENAGERS – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th-12th

Additional Info: Honors Track Available

LIFE SHAPING DECISIONS - APPLYING GOD’S WORD TO COLLEGE AND CAREER PLANNING– ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th-12th

Additional Info: Honors Track Available

NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th-12th

OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY – ½ CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 9th-12th

UNDERSTANDING THE TIMES – 1 CREDIT

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Grade Levels: 11th-12th

Additional Info: Honors Track Available

Note: The first semester of this course as also available as a ½ credit class.

CREDIT RECOVERY- A Credit Recovery course is a solution that gives students the opportunity to repeat a course to improve their grade.

ALGEBRA 1 (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

ALGEBRA 2 (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

AMERICAN HISTORY (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

BIOLOGY (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

EARTH SPACE SCIENCE (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

ECONOMICS (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

ENGLISH 9 (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.


ENGLISH 10 (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

ENGLISH 11 (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

ENGLISH 12 (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.


GEOMETRY (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.


MATH 1 (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

MATH 2 (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.


PHYSICAL SCIENCE (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

PRE-ALGEBRA (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.

WORLD HISTORY (CR) – 10 WEEKS

Prerequisites: At least one attempt at the full course in either the traditional or online environment.






Does CCS have uniforms?


Yes, our students do have a dress code. Uniforms are purchased on your own but are basic and low cost. Please see the student handbook for details. On select Fridays, students may wear casual clothes as part of our "free-style Friday" program.




Is CCS Accredited?


YES, CCS is accredited from prekindergharten throuigh 12th grade. AdvancED Performance Accreditation recognizes those institutions that have sustained an exemplary commitment to continuous improvement and learner outcomes. Using a set of rigorous research-based standards and evidence based criteria, AdvancED Performance Accreditation examines the whole institution – the policies, programs, practices, learning conditions and cultural context – to determine how well the parts work together to carry out the institution’s vision and meet the needs of every learner. In order to earn AdvancED Performance Accreditation, institutions must: Meet the AdvancED Standards and accreditation policies, Demonstrate quality assurance through internal and engagement reviews and Engage in continuous improvement.




What is "Classical" education?


A classical education has two important advantages. It is language-focused. And it follows a specific three-part pattern: the mind must be first supplied with facts and images, then given the logical tools for organization of facts, and finally equipped to express conclusions. To the classical mind, all knowledge is interrelated. Classical education depends on a three-part process of training the mind. The early years of school are spent in absorbing facts, systematically laying the foundations for advanced study. In the middle grades, students learn to think through arguments. In the high school years, they learn to express themselves. This classical pattern is called the trivium. The first years of schooling are called the “grammar stage” because these are the years in which the building blocks for all other learning are laid, just as grammar is the foundation for language.The second phase of the classical education, the “Logic Stage,” is a time when the child begins to pay attention to cause and effect, to the relationships between different fields of knowledge relate, to the way facts fit together into a logical framework. The final phase of a classical education, the “Rhetoric Stage,” builds on the first two. At this point, the high school student learns to write and speak with force and originality. CCS began integrating classical education curriculum in 2019.




What are CCS school culture?  (motto, mascot, colors, songs)


CCS Motto:

Inititium sapiente timor Domini

"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom" Psalm 111:10

CCS Mascot:

The Liions

CCS Crest:

The crest is a shield representing the Shield of Faith. The two thrusts of the school- faith (represented by the cross) and scholarship (represented by the lamp)- are on the crest. The open Bible on the bottom of the crest symbolizes that the School is founded on the inspired Word of God and the lion mascot. Across the shield, in a banner of crimson, runs the school’s name, motto and year founded, 2007. Created bt Dr. Scott Warner

CCS Colors:

navy blue (Auburn blue) representing wisdom and gold (Greenbay Packers gold) representing purity

CCS Alma Mater: (by Mrs. Jill Perry)

Cullman Christian Sons and Daughters faithful few are we. For God's glory we aspire, Hearts in harmony. Thanking humbly Our Creator, Loyal we will be. Proud to call you Alma Mater, ​Cullman Christian School!

CCS Fight Song:

"Fight on Culman Christian School"


Fight on Cullman Christian
Fight for the Blue and Gold!
We're out to beat the foe;
Fight on brave and bold!

Fight on to victory,
Come hear the lion roar;
We're all together, Let's go lions!
C-C-S!




Why is CCS called "the safest school in north Alabama"?


Because we care deeply for the safety of our staff and students, CCS has the following distinctions making it the safest school in north Alabama: SAFE AGAINST WEATHER: We have the only school with the entire lower level hosting a community tornado shelter. SAFE AGAINST THREATS: We have the newest, most modern security measures in place and all staff trained to protect our students. SAFE AGAINST INFECTIONS: Each classroom has its own air conditioning unit so there is no spreading of airborne viruses like COVID-19 or influenza and other germs from classroom to classroom. I addition, each classroom AC unit has ultraviolet germicidal units which disinfects microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, yeast, mould, and fungi. UVGI is a non-chemical technology with no residual by-products. The use of short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kills or inactivates microorganisms inside the AC duct before it comes into the classroom. This technology has been used in hospitals since the middle of the 20th century.





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Email: Office@CullmanChristian.org

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