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Aletheia Christian Academy

Private | PK-12 | 220 students


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Posted July 15, 2014

Aletheia is a great place to be! It is a family environment with teachers and students truly caring about each other. The academics are high, and students consistently out-perform public schools and other Christian schools in standardized testing. Most kids make life-long friends, and they are educated to succeed in academia and in life. If you want your child to make a difference in this world and be raised to live out a Christian lifestyle and believe in the Bible, then come visit our school. I've never found another one like it.
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Posted April 15, 2014

ACA is not a funded school and expects hand outs from parents and increases already high tuition costs yearly. The facility is extremely outdated and in need of repair and is prone to infestations and is dirty and smells of filth. There is not a proper cafeteria or clean surfaces for lunch and the bathrooms are deplorable and not conducive to cleanliness. Several recommendations from the health department to upgrade the bathrooms go unnoticed. The library is disappointing and there are no fine arts programs avaiable and technology upgrades. The administration is extremely lenient towards bullying and repeat offenses of rules being broken. The school limits children socially and academically and other than a Bible based curriculum, it is not recommended over public schools in the area..
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Posted June 7, 2011

Aletheia is a special place with a godly staff. This school has been such a blessing to our whole family. Academics are taught from a Biblical worldview. There are sports and opportunities for musci and drama, as well as service projects. There is a weekly chapel service, and lots of parental involvement. The faculty and staff are genuinely concerned about the students. It is not a job for them, but a life long ministry.
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Posted March 11, 2011

Aletheia is a blessing! The academics are exceptional, the class size is fantastic, and the LOVE the teachers have for my daughter is over-the-top! This is not just a job for the teachers and staff, it is obviously a calling. These special people are servants who have been led to fill-up our children with worldly knowlege, but more importantly, Spiritual wisdom, knowledge, and discernment! Kathaleen Holmes
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Posted March 8, 2011

We have been involved at Aletheia for the past 10 years, with all of my children starting in the Pre-K program. Even starting that young, the academics are very strong. Aletheia provides a small, family atmosphere, where teachers and staff genuinely care for the students. God is honored and Christian principles are evident. Extra curricular activities are encouraged, and students are led by example to be godly leaders. Aletheia is a very special place, and there is no other school I would consider for my children.
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Posted February 28, 2011

This is our first year at Aletheia after several years at another Christian school in the area. This is by far the superior school. The teachers are genuinly interested in the lives of the students and parents. We love the Christian emphasis on every aspect of the school day, school assemblies, etc. As a family we've had a particularly hard year but the teachers and staff have been a great source of encouragement.
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Posted February 28, 2011

Aletheia is a wonderful, Christ-centered School. This is our 4th year there, and we have been very happy with everything about it. The teachers, leadership and students are all great. My children love it and they are happy to go to school everyday. There are other schools that have the word "Christian" in their title, but ACA really means it. We love Aletheia and feel very blessed to be a part of it.
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Posted October 12, 2009

While it is a small school it is big in other areas! The children become great friends who have positive influences on each other and the teachers & staff know each child and sincerely care about their best interests. Parent involvement is high and the school and parents work together to instill core Christian values and beliefs into their children.
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Posted January 19, 2009

This is an excellent Christian school. The academics are strong, parents are involved, leadership is godly, and staff is terrific. My children love it!
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Posted December 17, 2007

After much research and prayer, we have determined that this is the BEST Christian school in the Pensacola area. The teachers and staff are top-notch and my children have made an easy transition from a homeschooling background into a more traditional classroom. They have: Music, Art, Computers and more! My children are disappointed on days there is no school and my daughter said she wishes the days in class would last longer!
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Posted December 5, 2007

Great academically! good surroundings! My daughter said it was her second home! Amazing sports! The chapels are heart touching and really represents the gospel well as a light on a hill. It's an all around great school!
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Posted January 29, 2005

Excellent academic program No music program. Parent involvement is very high.
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Posted November 3, 2004

We have two children at Aletheia and have been very pleased with the teachers they have had (all five years). We appreciate the parental involvement, the Christian love demonstrated by the faculty, the accelerated learning and the strong Biblical foundation. We would highly recommend Aletheia.
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Ethnicity This school State average
White 86% 42%
Black 6% 23%
Hispanic 6% 29%
Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander 3% 3%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0% 0%
Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander 0% 0%
Two or more races 0% 3%
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1700 Woodchuck Avenue
Pensacola, FL 32504
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