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The academic pillar of Calvary Chapel Academy is built upon a biblical perspective through which students learn to view the world and their role in it. We strive to maintain excellence, shaping our students to be world changers. We are able to achieve this through the hard work of our team of educational professionals. 

We hire teachers and staff of the highest quality and character to instill that same development of godly character in our students. Our teachers create a safe and loving Christian environment, while providing a challenging, high quality, academic instruction. 

Our teachers receive ongoing professional development in educational best practices, as well as in biblical integration.  Targeted professional development allows our educators to teach all subjects through a biblical worldview. We use a variety of resources featuring leading technology combined with carefully selected curriculum and research-based instructional practices to deepen students’ intellectual skills.

CCA uses a set of high academic standards that meet or exceed state, national, and common core standards. These standards provide a roadmap of targeted learning for our students.  Additionally, biblical integration in all subject areas ensures CCA students are taught the concepts which will prepare them for their academic and spiritual futures.

 

At CCA, we desire that our students flourish and thrive. To that end, we partner with parents to ensure your child has the scaffolding and support they need to reach their potential.

Our teachers strive to individualize and differentiate classroom instruction to meet the needs of every student. Additionally, teachers at CCA are ASCI certified and skilled in providing innovative classroom practices that recognize multiple intelligences and learning styles.

Our admissions team thoughtfully reviews all student applications. If your child has a medical diagnosis and requires additional classroom accommodations or academic intervention, our resource department is equipped to provide weekly small group push in and pull out services on an as-needed basis. Please note that a child is required to have documentation of a diagnosis provided by a physician, psychologist, neurologist, etc. to have a 504 plan and that CCA is not staffed to provide Brevard County Public Schools Tier two and Tier three interventions.

We understand you want the best education for your child and CCA is committed to providing the resources that will enrich and enhance your child’s learning experience and academic success.