Letter from Our Administrator
We are very proud of our program. We seek to help our students develop spiritually through our emphasis on daily chapel, Bible class and making sure our Godly worldview permeates all our classes and extra-curricular activities. In a time when our country is struggling, we seek to develop our students into positive contributing members of their society, understanding their accountability to others through service outside themselves.
We also seek to help them develop their personal character traits of honesty, integrity, time management and a strong work ethic. These traits all fall in line with our mission statement of, "...preparing our students to live a life of value and meaning to God, society and self." Our smaller class sizes lend themselves to a more one-on-one approach with the student/teacher relationship. A student’s individual academic needs can be better addressed with fewer interruptions. They are certainly challenged to achieve at a higher level academically. The safe, family-type atmosphere has helped us to get to know each child on a more personal level. I truly believe that this type of atmosphere greatly enhances the schooling experience.
Our program is accredited by the National Christian School Association (NCSA), as well as Cognia (formerly AdvancEd/ North Central Association. This means we must adhere to rigid requirements set by these educational organizations in order to retain this status.
Our students are given various opportunities for involvement, leadership and growth in their years at Christian Academy. From serving as a class officer or a member of our Student Council, leading an athletic team or participating in our fine arts department, we want to instill in our students an appreciation for their own talent and abilities, the contributions of others and the blessing of a personal faith as it all works together.
Carla J. Payne, Administrator
"... However, if one day I see the world as God sees it and come to know Him, Whom to know is life eternal, and glorify God by fulfilling His purpose for me,
then I have been educated!"