Academics at Calvary Christian Academy
See how our distinct learning approach can cultivate your child’s heart and mind.
At CCA, our unique model nurtures the whole child – academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. From hands-on, project-based learning to intentional mentoring, the learning experience at CCA offers something unique to families looking for an education for their child that cultivates the heart as well as the mind.
A Christ-Centered Foundation
At CCA, we teach from a biblical worldview, helping our students to understand themselves and the world around them in light of the truth revealed in God’s Word. Rather than relegating the Bible to one class a day, students are encouraged to discover God’s truth in each subject area and use the Bible as their primary source of knowledge and wisdom.
Each student at CCA is paired with a Homeroom Shepherd or Middle School Mentor, a faculty member dedicated to their social, emotional, and spiritual growth. These discipling relationships help students to thrive academically and relationally both in and outside of school. Our low student to teacher ratio cultivates an environment where each student is seen, heard, encouraged, and challenged.
A Culture Of Service
Local and global service opportunities challenge students to broaden their worldview and use their skills and talents to serve others as the hands and feet of Christ. Our six Service Fridays throughout the year provide opportunities to thoughtfully implement learning for the good of others and the glory of God.
A Love Of Learning
At CCA, we believe students learn best by doing. Hands-on, project-based learning encourages students to develop 21st-century skills, connect concepts to the real world, and cultivate a genuine love of learning. Experiential learning activities promote curiosity and enthusiasm for new ideas and challenges.
“God led us to this school almost two years ago when we discovered our oldest daughter would benefit from a smaller class environment and a hands-on approach to learning. At the same time, we felt God calling us to move our children to a school setting that teaches a biblical worldview. We have been so impressed with the whole-child approach and our girls have not only excelled academically, but also spiritually and emotionally. We are so thankful for this school community.”CCA Parent