A Distinctively Christian Education
“Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding.” – Proverbs 4:7
Parents choose to send their children to a Christian school for a multitude of reasons. Some want a higher level of academic excellence, some want the piece of mind that comes from having their children in a safer environment than some of the public school counterparts, and some see the philosophical dangers of a secularized education. The most important reason to have your child in school is to help your child develop the mind of Jesus Christ, a Biblical view of the world. How do you view the world around you?
Here at Calvary Christian Academy, we hold to a Biblical Worldview and our goal is to provide a distinctively Christian education.
Our mission statement is…
To develop God-honoring students that exhibit continuous spiritual growth, that become personally and socially responsible adults, and that pursue excellence in their lives for the glory of God.
In considering your own view of Christian education, whether you are a parent, student, or educator, you need to know what you believe and what’s important to you. If you want to learn more about the Biblical perspective of education, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and source material for further study.
In order to more effectively choose middle and high school courses for the upcoming school year, we will be providing descriptions of course offerings for the next school year in this space. This space is still under construction. Please check back soon!
For those students in grades 9-12, the CCA Progression Plan will provide a rough outline for those following a standard or college preparatory track in high school. We are currently working on updating the progression plan and will be posting it here in the near future. Please check back soon!
Help Classes for Grades 7-12
If a 7-12 grade student finds himself/herself having trouble "keeping up" in the standard classroom time, he/she can attend help classes in all the core subjects. Please be advised that help classes may be scheduled on specific days and may be by appointment only. Students should communicate with teachers at least one day in advance if they are planning to attend. Otherwise, teachers are not obligated to be present.
If the scheduled times do not meet an individual student’s needs, the student must make arrangements with the teacher in question. Parents, please remember that help classes are not a substitute for one-on-one tutoring. If your child has extreme difficulty with a subject, please consider hiring a private tutor.