7th - 12th
Calvary Christian Academy is dedicated to training servants for Christ and has a 45- year history of striving for academic excellence. Our educational program at CCA allows all of our students to prepare for what God has called them to do and to meet the challenges of the future. Weekly chapels in addition to Bible classes promote the students’ spiritual development.
At CCA our goal is to encourage students to reach their full academic potential while providing them with rich learning experiences in a wide variety of subject areas which help prepare them for college. Our teachers are dedicated Christians who are highly qualified to teach the curriculum that challenges students intellectually and promotes the integration of technology into instruction. CCA has an up-to-date computer lab and each classroom has computers available for students to complete assignments. Students are also given the opportunity to participate in many wholesome and fun activities such as choir, band, sports, student council, drama, spirit week, as well as FACCS Fine Arts competition and IDEAS engineering competition.
Calvary Christian Academy offers a college preparatory track for students in grades nine through twelve. Students are required to earn twenty-four (24) Carnegie units of credit for graduation. Carnegie units are awarded in ½ credit increments for courses successfully completed each semester. One full credit reflects completion of a minimum of 150 hours of classroom instruction in each subject. At CCA the core subjects are Bible, English, mathematics, science, and history. A full range of electives is offered to round out the curriculum. It is the student’s responsibility to know and meet the requirements for graduation. Students should follow the recommendations of the administration in order to meet the graduation requirements upon completion of the senior year.
High School Curriculum
|Bible*||4 – one credit each year at CCA|
|English||4 – Grammar, Composition, & Literature|
|Mathematics||4 – w/ Algebra I & Geometry|
|Science||3 – w/ Biology I and two extensive lab courses|
|Social Studies||3½ – Financial Literacy (.5) World History (1), US History (1), US Government (.5), Economics (.5)|
|Phys. Ed.||1 – with Health component|
|Fine Arts||1 – Speech, Drama, Band, Choir, etc.|
|Computer Appl.||½ – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.|
|Foreign Language||2 – same language|