Academics

WEEKLY CLASSES

CSSM students attend  weekly sessions  on Tuesday nights (except during South African Public School holidays), for about 3 hours in total.  During these classes students watch video teaching sessions from the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry and participate in sessions by local revival leaders and international speakers from Bethel, Redding and relationally connected ministries.

READING

Reading is a large part of our curriculum.  Students have to read a prescribed number of books during the academic year and complete book reports on each book.   To complete the required reading, students are expected to read at least one book every month and a half to two months.

HOMEWORK

Homework at CSSM is focused on personal transformation.  The aim of homework (which includes the reading of books, writing book reports and completing other tasks) is to give students opportunity to reflect on what they have learned and to internalise the concepts and revival culture taught at school.  Homework is also an opportunity for the hungry heart, soul and mind to be satisfied by the wisdom of God and to be filled with the Holy Spirit.  While there are no grades given, participation, excellence, and timely completion of homework is expected of each student.  Students are expected to do 2 – 5 hours of homework every week.

SATURDAY OUTREACHES

Students attend 6 Saturday Outreaches per school year.  During these outreaches students receive training in how to move in signs, miracles and wonders, and also get the opportunity to participate in various kinds of outreaches in the Western Cape.  Besides Saturday outreaches students also have the opportunity to attend weekly outreaches like hospital ministry with Flynn Goodwin and treasure hunts.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Graduation means you have completed the academic, attendance and financial requirements as well as spiritual tasks for the year with honour. Only those who successfully complete First Year will be considered for the Second Year program. To be eligible for a Certificate of Completion, students must have:

Completed all assignments satisfactorily.

Paid their tuition in full.

Been absent less than 8 school days.

Attend at least 3 Saturday Outreaches

Demonstrated consistent godly character.

FOLD DISTINCTIONS

The academic instruction at CSSM is unique because it is taught by local and international apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers. Students will learn how to read, understand, and “do” the Bible, how to practice His presence, to witness, heal the sick, prophesy, preach, pray, cast out demons and much more.

WHAT IS FIRST YEAR CSSM?

The first year programme is designed to create an environment where students can safely take risks as they learn and develop a lifestyle of character and supernatural ministry.  The curriculum focuses on teaching about identity in Christ and how to operate in signs, miracles and wonders.  There is also a strong emphasis on developing a prophetic culture, healing, evangelism and demonstrating the gospel in power. Combined with worship, activation, revival groups (small groups) and outreaches this curriculum will empower you to live a supernaturally lifestyle.

WHAT IS SECOND YEAR CSSM?

The second year programme is build on the 1st year programme.   It focuses on practical leadership principles, apostolic governmental structures and deeper activation in gifts of the Spirit.  There is a strong emphasis on how to lead people and to steward spiritual inheritance in order to leave a legacy for the next generation.  

Combined with worship, activation, revival groups (small groups) and outreaches this curriculum will empower you to live a supernaturally lifestyle. 

BELLVILLE CAMPUS

102 Suntyger Building
Willie Van Schoor Avenue
Tygervalley

HELDERBERG CAMPUS

Hearts United Fellowship
59 George Street
Strand

OVERBERG CAMPUS

Unit 10. Gateway Centre
R43 Main Road
Hermanus