Central Christian Academy provides a proven Christ-centered education, using the A Beka curriculum, along with languages, computer, and age appropriate physical activities, ensuring that Elementary students are well prepared for any college preparatory secondary school after graduation from the 6th grade.
Elementary students are engaged daily in academic studies which stress reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies, as well as art, physical education, computer education, and enrichment activities. These are provided in the context of Christian faith. Daily Bible classes, and weekly chapels are a regular part of the school program.
Elementary Academic Program
CCA utilizes the ABEKA curriculum. This curriculum not only stresses academic excellence but also focuses on spiritual education and citizenship. Students are taught to grow in their faith and to become good citizens while they learn at a level of education that is consistently ahead of their public school counterparts.
Class sizes in the Elementary school are limited to offer low student-teacher ratios and lots of personal attention. In some cases grades may be combined to make the best use of our facilities and resources.
At Central Christian Academy, Elementary students, under the direction of Christian teachers, are encouraged to grow spiritually, academically, socially, and physically. Our spiritual goal is to nurture the relationship students have with Christ. Our academic goal is to prepare students intellectually for higher education. Our social goal is to offer students Biblical guidelines and instructions for healthy personal social relationships. Our physical goal is to offer students biblical guidelines and instructions for a healthy lifestyle.
The strength of Central Christian Academy rests in the quality faculty and staff working with children. Consequently, faculty and staff must meet stringent guidelines, designed to assess spiritual maturity and commitment, academic qualifications and experience, and an obvious concern for the development and discipleship of students. All regular classroom teachers hold a minimum of a B.A. degree and New York State certification. Specialty teachers instruct in physical education, computers, and Spanish.