Note from Head of School

Dear Parents,

Thank you for your interest in Concord Christian Academy. CCA was established in 1976 and has been successfully training and educating children for over 40 years.

The mission of CCA is to nurture growth in our students through relationships, excellence, and service with all to the glory of God.

Growth . . . We strive to see each student develop individually and to uniquely grow into the likeness of Jesus. We strive to help each student fulfill the will of God, whatever that may be with their lives.

Relationships . . . We desire that each young person knows Jesus Christ as their Savior and have a growing and personal relationship with Him. We desire that each student have a loving relationship with their parents, peers and teachers. It is through these relationships that young people make the right choices during their high school and young adolescent years.

Excellence . . . Excellence in God's eyes is doing one's best. This is in contrast to the world's standard of having to be the best. As a young person experiences success from his or her best effort, even more effort is exerted toward continued success. We believe in challenging students with this model of excellence so that they can achieve the goal of doing their best in their academic pursuits, extra-curricular activities and in their service to others.

Service . . . We strive for our students to follow the example of Jesus who came “not to be ministered unto, but to minister” This teaching is in contrast to the present world’s teaching of self-indulgence, and self-gratification. We believe that only when one “loses his life, will he find it”. We believe in following God’s call to service one finds true fulfillment. We strive to demonstrate for our students by following Jesus example to serve. Our faculty and staff strive daily to serve the students the Lord has provided, and to challenge them to serve others in their home, church, school, and community.

To the Glory of God . . . The Bible instructs each believer to do everything to God's glory. As a Christian school, we too must measure every activity by this high standard; does it bring glory to God? It is our desire and goal to bring glory to God in all that we do.

 

Educating for Eternity,
Curtis Shenenberger
Head of School