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A Christian & Classical Private Education (Prek - 12th Grade)
Imagine something greater…Imagine a place where you are on the same intellectual and spiritual journey as your peers. A place where academic enthusiasm is cool, friendships are genuine, and individual talents are identified and nurtured. Imagine teachers that are not only passionate about their subjects, but are passionate mentors of students. Imagine a community that intentionally pursues truth, goodness and beauty in all things. This is what school was meant to be. This is Covenant!
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  • Proven Academics

    Classical education means we are cultivating wisdom and virtues in our students, such as truth, goodness, honor, justice, and beauty


    Spiritual Formation

    At Covenant, we teach from a perspective that includes the reality of God, the importance of Christian faith, and the value of a supportive community.

  • Athletics

    Cougars train and compete to win, and work to honor God with their passion, integrity, performance, and sportsmanship


    Fine Arts

    Covenant students learn to delight in the beauty and glory of God through K-12 Fine Arts classes.

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    Weve got another new post up on Taproot, our Classical Roots Program blog. 

Volunteers 

“The wild thyme unseen, or the winter lightning.”
--T. S. Eliot, “The Dry Salvages”

Squash is a tenacious plant. The internal temperature of a hot, healthy compost pile can reach anywhere from 120 to 170 degrees Fahrenheit, cooking the seeds and roots of most plants into dutiful submission...

Check out the full blog here:
https://covenantchristianacademy.org/academics/classical-roots

    We've got another new post up on Taproot, our Classical Roots Program blog.

    Volunteers

    “The wild thyme unseen, or the winter lightning.”
    --T. S. Eliot, “The Dry Salvages”

    Squash is a tenacious plant. The internal temperature of a hot, healthy compost pile can reach anywhere from 120 to 170 degrees Fahrenheit, cooking the seeds and roots of most plants into dutiful submission...

    Check out the full blog here:
    covenantchristianacademy.org/academics/classical-roots
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    6 days ago
    Check out the new post up on Taproot, our Classical Roots Program blog. 

Water 

“Water, water, every where,
Nor any drop to drink.”

--Samuel Taylor Coleridge, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”

Check out the full blog here:
https://covenantchristianacademy.org/academics/classical-roots

    Check out the new post up on Taproot, our Classical Roots Program blog.

    Water

    “Water, water, every where,
    Nor any drop to drink.”

    --Samuel Taylor Coleridge, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”

    Check out the full blog here:
    covenantchristianacademy.org/academics/classical-roots
    ... See MoreSee Less

    3 weeks ago

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    I’ve dropped by the garden twice this summer and I’m impressed with how well tended the plots are. Good job Cougar Gardeners!

    Why Choose Covenant?
    See how students, parents and alumni answer this question
    Elijah Pekari ’22

    As a student at Covenant Christian Academy I have experienced the many blessings the school has to offer. From exceptional faculty who care about each student as an individual, to classes designed to help students grow in character, to athletics that motivate students to work hard, improve their skills, and compete,... read more

    Elijah Pekari ’22

    Emerald Bell ’22

    I came to CCA seven years ago, not knowing many other students and worried about what type of academic challenges I would face. As I am anticipating graduation in a few weeks and reflecting about my time at Covenant, I am overjoyed with the experience that I have had. I am not only able to say without hesitation that... read more

    Emerald Bell ’22

    Jacob Sims ’19

    The most important things that I learned at CCA were how to think and learn, how to work hard, how to be a leader, and how to have productive discussions and disagreements. I learned a lot of information that has been very useful as well, but that’s secondary, I think. Especially in today’s academic culture in the humanities... read more

    Jacob Sims ’19

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