The Covenant Christian Academy family is diverse. We welcome families from a wide range of evangelical churches.
But we share a common goal. CCA was formed in 1985 by parents who desired a quality Christian education, believing it to be a joint task of home, school, and church. Since then, we’ve been training hearts and teaching minds in all wisdom for life in Christ.
Approval to enroll at CCA is based upon evidence that the parents and children are committed to serving the Lord Jesus Christ and to upholding the principles and program of Christian education offered by CCA. The Board of Directors has the responsibility to screen new and continuing families relative to their commitment.
How to Apply
- Parents must submit an Application for Enrollment Form (one per child). At the same time, parents should ask their pastor to submit a Pastoral Recommendation Form directly to CCA.
- CCA will process the application form and arrange for a Parent Interview with a committee of the Board of Directors. This interview is an opportunity to discuss the mutual compatibility both of CCA’s purpose and program and of the parents’ desires for their child’s education.
- Especially for kindergarten, but sometimes also for older grades, CCA may request a Student Interview, so that the classroom teacher can assess academic readiness or placement.
- Students entering kindergarten who do not meet current California Department of Education age admission requirement (age 5 by 9/1) may enroll subject to readiness assessment and Early Admission Memo signed by the parent.
- Parents will be notified of the decision. Upon acceptance by the Board, parents must submit a Registration Form with the non-refundable registration fee. At this point, students are considered officially registered for school.
- Further forms must be received by the school office at least 2 weeks before the first day of school (Family Agreement & Volunteer Form; Student Information Form).
CCA admits students of any race, color, or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.