In many ways, the Christian Academy is not the typical 12mo - 12th grade educational institution. Our modern world calls for innovation and vision when approaching the needs of today's families. Although the academic classroom will forever be necessary to facilitate the scope and sequence of subject matter, a Christian school has responsibilities beyond the classroom in order to prepare our youth "to live a life of value and meaning to God, society, and self."
The Christian Academy has an accredited academic program consisting of quality teachers, a challenging curriculum, and in-depth study resources. Our students learn from teachers who demand and expect the best. The National Christian School Association (NCSA) and Cognia (formerly AdvanceEd) scrutinize the quality of the curriculum before issuing accreditation.
The Christian Academy Early Childhood Program was created to care for the small children of working parents. The program is more than just a baby-sitting service. It is a child development program. The children learn through class time instruction and play. The environment and curriculum have been set up to foster growth and development in all areas of the child’s potential.
Fostering a healthy relationship with God is a very important part of daily life at CA. Our classes/courses are taught from a Godly world view. God is welcome in every aspect of our academic learning. We believe you should not separate your life into compartments separate and apart from God's plan.