Elementary - KG through 5th Grade
The Christian Academy offers a three-dimensional program of education for it's students. It consists of a Spiritual Development program, an Academic Development Program, and a Student Activity Program. Each one of these programs serves to meet our mission statement, "...that which ultimately benefits the student. Our goal is to prepare each student to live a life of value and meaning to God, society, and self."
Each elementary class is equipped with one or more computers
The use of technology is incorporated into learning activities
In 2017 CA added a Discovery Room to the Elementary wing.
The room is open for the teachers for Science, Bible or other group activities.
The Kg class has a interactive program of learning. Students work
at learning centers daily. Here is a student using the reading center
Degreed, certified Christian educators stimulate intellectual curiosity among our students through an accredited college-prep program. The Christian Academy has offered superior education in an environment of Christian values since 1976.
- A variety of textbooks are used in our curriculum, including but not limited to: Abeka, Silver Burdett Ginn, McGraw-Hill, and Zaner-Bloser.
- All subjects are taught from a Godly world view.
- 4 Quarters each school year.
Grading System: KG through 2nd grade
Grading System: Grades 3rd through 5th grade
Elementary Band (4 - 5)
Handwriting (K - 3)
Language Arts (1 - 5)
Mathematics (K - 5)
Music (K - 5)
Physical Education (K - 5)
Reading / Phonics (K - 5)
Science (K - 5)
Social Studies (K - 5)
Spelling (1 - 5)
Foreign Language (K - 5)
Co-curricular activities offered multiple times each week include music, physical education, and art. Students participate in two programs each year: a music program and a physical education program.
Students also receive instruction in computer and library skills. In addition to computer instruction, technology is integrated into teaching and the classroom. The teachers use various programs such as Study Island, Spelling City, Keyboarding, etc. that offer a unique and fun way to learn classroom and computer skills. The library is available to students several times per week, both as a class activity and for students to check out books. Also, one class period of library skills instruction is provided on a regular basis.
All Bible classes emphasize individual and group memory work.
Chapel is a special time where teachers and students alike join in prayer and singing, praising God for loving us. Students are used extensively to lead chapel activities. This leadership training develops personal awareness and self-confidence.