The Annual Fund: 2018-19

Each year we rely on alumni, parents, past parents, grandparents, and friends of Covenant to generously contribute to our Annual Fund to help us to successfully continue to fulfill our mission. The Annual Fund is the backbone of our fundraising efforts here at CCA. It is simply the most efficient way for supporter dollars to directly benefit our students.  Whether the gift be $5 or $50,000, the unrestricted nature of gifts to the Annual Fund allows us the flexibility to invest in our programs, faculty professional development, compensation, and helping students who might otherwise not be able to afford a CCA education. 


Over the past few years, Annual Fund dollars have paid for capital improvements such as new classroom projectors, new robotics equipment, a new cafeteria space, an expanded Logic School wing, and technology upgrades, among other items. With your support, Covenant will be able to:

  • Maintain its outstanding facilities
  • Enrich its challenging Classical Curriculum
  • Strengthen the financial aid program, ensuring that our small community continues to attract the highest caliber students from diverse backgrounds
  • Provide our dedicated faculty with competitive salaries and professional development opportunities to ensure continued academic excellence

Your financial support, no matter the amount, will have a direct and immediate impact on all aspects of the School. Every donation is tremendously helpful and very much appreciated. 




If you prefer not to use online giving, checks can be mailed to the following address and all donations will be tax deductible. 


Covenant Christian Academy
83 Pine Street
West Peabody, MA 01960



The Junior Class Service Project

The Covenant Christian Academy Class of 2020 will be canoeing for 20 miles (down the Saco River in New Hampshire) and biking for 55 miles from Greenfield, MA, to Peabody, MA, to raise awareness and money for the battle against childhood cancer. They are raising money for “Ella’s Army” a Peabody, MA, charity set up in memory of Ella Jade O’Donnell who was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme, an aggressive form of brain cancer.  From her diagnosis in January of 2016 to her death in November of that year, Ella fought courageously and spread her joy to others.  On behalf of Ella we want to raise awareness and money to help families affected by childhood cancer and to fund research to find a cure for this disease.


Thank you in advance for sponsoring us as we “Paddle and Pedal for Ella.”