Here’s a bit more from CTS’s website:
Christ Academy students simulate the life of a seminarian as they worship, learn and have fellowship with the wider community of Concordia Theological Seminary. In so doing these young men grow to understand the process of becoming a pastor, and through meditation and prayer, they begin to contemplate whether the Holy Ministry is a vocation which they might want to pursue one day.
Christ Academy – High School Provides:
Theology – As regular seminary professors teach, these youth grow in the knowledge of their faith and begin to think critically and theologically as they go home better-equipped to engage the world around them.
Direction – Christ Academy-High School teaches what preparation for the Holy Ministry within the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod entails, and offers young men time to consider this holy and blessed vocation for themselves.
Environment – Christ Academy-High School fosters an environment of Lutheran culture and piety through study of God’s Word, active participation in the liturgy, music and song of worship, and godly fellowship.
Tuition, room, board, and activity fees for Christ Academy-High School are $500. This, of course, does not cover travel expenses, which I would hope we could raise also. Please prayerfully consider helping to encourage Brandon in his consideration of serving the Lord as a pastor one day. And remember, even if the Lord leads him into a different vocation, this experience will still be an invaluable one in his spiritual life and walk of faith with his Savior Jesus.
One more thing: CTS also offers two other programs for college-age men and young women who are considering the vocation of deaconess. Check out the CTS website for more information.