Students enrolled 86
Type Religious
Preschool capacity 107

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8500 Jericho City Drive
Hyattsville, MD 20785

(301) 333-9400
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3 stars
Based on 54 ratings

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May 29, 2014
My daughter has attended JCA for the passed 5 years, JCA's Early Childhood Development Program is awesome! The teachers and staff assistants are very knowledgeable and they truly care about your child. I must admit I was little disappointed in the Elementary Program being as my daughter was so advance going into Kindergarten from the Early Childhood Development Program. I was expecting more, but I also feel JCA is better than some public schools as well as safer environment for your child. Due to the low population student amount, JCA is more of a family environment. The negative with JCA not having a lot of students there is only one teacher per grade, but your child does get the undivided attention he or she needs. The tuition is affordable. As a parent of a child that attends JCA, I feel the school is low B average, high C. I have negatives but more positives. A Parent of a Student a JCA

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2009
Jericho Christian Academy is and has always been a phenomenal school. The teachers, students and facility were second to none. The Abeka curriculum is great for the earlier grades. However, Abeka does not have enough analytical exercises which requires critical thinking. As with every school, parents must also ensure their children do more than what the school teaches (read, read, read). If you want a kid friendly, academic enriching, and godly environment, JCA is the answer!

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2009
I attended Jericho from the time I was 6 until i was about 10. The teachers and administration was very good, but other than that, I cannot say anything positive about the school. The curriculum used at JCA was terrible. By the time I got into the 6th grade at Riverdale Baptist, I was completely lost. The curriculum at JCA repeats every year. It only shows the fundamentals of certain subjects and doesnt teach anything new. At Jericho, I was making straight A's. When going to Riverdale, I had to get tutoring in almost every subject with my teachers just so I could catch up with my classmates. If your child isn't doing well at Jericho, seek help immediately. Some parents may think that you can get a better education at Jericho, but I must say, I have had better education in a PG county public school.

- submitted by a student
no rating June 25, 2009
Jericho is a good school, but not progressive. JCA lacks timeliness on communication for meetings and responses to concerns. I strongly disagree with the other comments about Principal Gill...she does not return promised responses. Many agree that the prices are too high for teacher to student ratio, JCA's reputation, etc. but they want to charge the same as Riverdale (established credentials). Since enrollment is low (my assumption), in June they want to lower the tuition (but no mention of a lower price for after and before care)...that is a day late and dollar short. JCA did not listen to the parents. Good preschool program, but again, not progressive with computers, foreign language, etc. The staff needs to greet the children with eye contact, smile, maybe even help wth a coat. JCA is not competitve with other schools. Leadership should be visible and I have not seen the apostle for one meeting.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2009
I have have been a JCA parent since 2001. I have been extremely pleased with the faculty, and how my children have grown academically and intellectually, along with spiritual reinforcement. Despite financial challenges, we have sacrificed to keep our youngest two at JCA, because we were not pleased with the results the PG County school system gave for our two older children. Principal Gill is outstanding, the PTO has taken it to another level with the support they have given the school. It is a shame that the church organization does not support or see the value of continuing to invest in our youth. It is a ministry. Pure and simple. When you send missionaries to foreign countries, you don't pull the plug when the donations are down in hard times. The seed that you are sowing will reap a harvest. Are the children in our community any less valuable?

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2009
My son has attended Jericho for the past 1.5 years. He started in PreK-4 and is finishing up PreK5. I cannot speak for the upper grades, but the time that my son has spent there has been great! He has learned and advanced such a great deal and has thrived in this environment. His current teacher is phenominal and genuinely cares about her students. I did not give an excellent rating due to the problems with administration. As another parent previously stated, parent involvement is not really encouraged and no one (outside of the your child's teacher) seems to hear you when you make suggestions. It seems that the church has too much authority over the school, which causes a conflict of interest between the school administrators and the bishop. I've appreciated the education that my son has received from Jericho, but he will not be attending this school next year.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 05, 2009
i am a former student of Jericho. I attended it through grades 3 - 7. I will start by saying the teachers would not teach anything important to us. These teachers were teachable at all. Once your inside those four walls you feel as if your outside learning about nothing. To end Jericho gets 3 thumbs down.

- submitted by a student
January 15, 2009
First, let me start by saying that the staff at Jericho is great. Always very pleasant and helpful when needed. When my daughter attended in 2006, I was complete disappointed with the curriculum at Jericho. The curriculum was structured for every student to be on the same level. It wasn't made for students that were in advancement courses prior to going to Jericho. My daughter was taking Honors course in public school and basically had to repeat her 9th grade year because the curriculum wasn't set up for that. She was only able to take 1 advance course. If you are looking to pay for the same type of education you would get in public school with a little religion added on; then Jericho is the place for your child.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 08, 2009
I am a former student of Jericho. I attended the school from kindergarden to 8th grade. While at Jericho I had Honor Rool all year. For high school, my parents took me out and put me in Archbishop Carroll High School(great school). I was completely lost my 9th grade year. I was not prepared for anything that they were teaching us. Jericho may look fancy, but it does not prepare you for the real world

- submitted by a community member
October 07, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2008
My child has been attending Jericho for the past three years and I love the school because of the way the children are challenged academically. However, the staff does not keep their words. In pre-K we were supposed to have parents and teachers conference monthly, but we only had one and the others just did not happened without any notice from Deacon Taylor or the teachers. Now in elementary school I realized they do not encourage parents involvement. The staff seems to not know what's going to happen next, paper work are sent home right before the due date. My child will be attending Jericho this year and I m hoping that Mrs. Gill will do a much better job. So far she is trying to keep the school up and I realized she appreciates parents input which is a good start. I believe this school is preparing my child for the future academically, but they need to be more communication between parents and the school.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2008
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- submitted by a student
June 09, 2008
This is a outstanding School, one of the best I have seen, I stand by this Academy 100%. I have had dealing with the teachers, and Ms. Gill, they have gone out of their way to help parents & students. The door is always open to a parent or student. I would tell any parent, if they are looking for a school with good academic, excellent teachers, teacher committment, goals, overall accountable to a parent: then Jericho is where you want your child. Coming from another private School, we didn't know what to expect, and I must be honest, Jericho went over and beyond what we expected for any school. The Principal & Vice Principal has made sure the leadership is on point, the involvement one on one with student and parents is something you never see anymore in any school. We thank God for Jericho!

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 19, 2008
This school is a great school that has a wonderful learning environment. You can interact with teachers better and learn all you can. I am a 3.9 student that learned alot from Jericho. They have excellent teachers and staff, that will work with you if you have a problem after school. The principle is a fantastic woman that is working hard with the students and puts a smile on everyones face. Her best thing that I like her doing is 'Giving Honor Where Honor is Due'. Jericho is a outstanding place to put a child. I know I love it. The classes are great and their are many activties begin formed. Jericho is working hard to do new things such as Advance Placment classes. To this school I say 'I just love this school'.

- submitted by a student
May 13, 2008
The school didnt feel like a school at all. There are no working libaries to do my studies, the kids were disrespectful, rude,mean, and many things went on that no one saw, but things happened .I only attended the school for one year and i would not recommend it to anyone.I do like the prinicipal, hopefully she can turn things around for jericho. Also i feel there were no challenges for me as an honor student. Averaging a 3.6 was nothing. Not many things were organized correctly and not many things were organized period. The school was very boring for the secondary children. Not many after school activities except for sports were provided. No honor courses, no art department, and only spanished was offered as a second language. No parent knows the school better than the child does, and no parent really knows what happens at school either!

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2008
I am a parent of a 11 year old 6th grade boy at Jericho. He has been there since 3rd grade. In the past three years we have had a few issues that were resolved so all in all it is a great school. The new principal Ms. Gill has started to do fantastic things with Jericho. I am very impressed so far with her ideas and the changes she has made so quickly. We are looking forward to the next year.

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March 22, 2008
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March 13, 2008
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- submitted by a student
January 14, 2008
This school is a God-send and a blessing to my family and the community. My husband and I are parents, and our children have been enrolled since the early childhood years. We thought of leaving until we received the news that a new principal was arriving. Therefore we entered this year with great hopes for what was coming and we are still wearing our smiles because we have not been disappointed. We have silently observed the Headmasters love for the school over the years and our children have personally benefited from his dedication. I also realize that with all of the headmaster s efforts, there is still one person making final decisions over him just keep on praying.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2008
For the past couple of years, JCA has been going downhill tremendously. There is no GODly foundation in Middlle or High School level. JCA may be worse than P.G. Public Schools. I am really hurt by this because my daughter attended JCA since kindergarten. Because tuition atendance is low, they are accepting all types of students and parents just for the money to continue to flow. It is sad when you put money before education.

- submitted by a parent
January 04, 2008
My child attended Jericho in early childhood education section of the school when she was 3 and did great. We relocated out of the area then returned to DC and she attnded DC Public Schools for two years where she fell tremendously behind. We moved her this year back to Jericho under the new leadership of the principal, Mrs. Gill. She was behind as the school year began, however, in the first semester alone she has excelled beautifully. She is getting all A's and B's, she is involved in activities after school (Dance and Fun with Books) and her attitude toward school has changed. The classes are samll which aklows for indivdiual attention. Thank God for the administration, tearchers and staff of Jericho Christian Academy and all of their God-filled spirits and educational expertise. Please do yourself a favor and visit this school.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2007
Academic programs are ok but there are no AP classes for high schoolers. Other than sports, there are no extracurricular activities in the middle school or high school. I hope that the headmaster notes that DeMatha has many other activities for its students beyond sports. Parental involvment has never been encouraged at Jericho.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2007
Jericho Chrisitian Academy is sufficient when your child is in kindergarten through 5th grade. Definitely do not invest in middle school or high school. However, if you would like your child to learn 'Spanish' starting at K5 forget it. JCA promises and promises but nothing ever materializes. I attended all back to school nights when my child was enrolled. You would believe that you died and went to heaven once they finish promising you pie in the sky. If you expect that they will learn Spanish, forget it. All they will ever do is colors and numbers. Sad..... The principal for many years left this past school year (June 2007). She was very unfriendly and quite unapproachable.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2007
Man oh man did i love that school!! it was so great i loved the teachers and how they attended to me when i had trouble.

- submitted by a student
June 07, 2007
I Love This School. The High School Program has prepared my child so well that they are receiving a full college scholarship. For that I am sooo greatful.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2007
I am extremely excited about my experience at JCA. Having had 3 children pass through the school I have seen amazing growth in them. The facilities are amongst the best I've seen and the Secondary School takes great pride in the fact that for the past 5 years 100% of their graduates have been accepted into Universities and Colleges. I am also excited about the New Incoming Principal Ms. Gill. My interactions with hear have been very up-beat and positive. It is easy to see how the school will blossom over the next few years. My children will graduate from JCA where I can assure their college acceptance and even some scholarship money.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2007
My child is completing the 8th grade at JCA but will not be continuting into high school. I was more impressed with the grade school than I am with the middle school. In the middle school there is a lot of free time, a lot of 'praise and worship', even for a Christian School. There is a beautiful lab which has yet to be utilized, most of the academics are strictly books and not hands on. There is a great music program, but it is not offered to the middle school, which was a big disappintment. And they do not keep to their schedules for exams or other important dates. The teachers are helpful but you definately have to show your face. I would only recommend the school for pre-school thru 6th.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2007
After 3 years of Jericho, we will be attending a new school in the fall. They have promised (and are still promising) open communication between the administration and the parents;more often than not you get the response of 'Jericho may not be right for your child.' We have had too many instances of test schedules being changed at the last minute, not being informed of activities, administration not being aware of what the other side is doing. The quality of academics are good when they stay on schedule. There are far too many play days, 'spirit' days, 'praise and worship time', even for a religious school. The extracurricular activities are emphasized more on the elementary side than the middle school side. Elementary teachers are definately better than the middle school/high school teachers.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2007
We had a good experience for two years at this school until we ran into a new teacher who was horrible. The principal was cold and harsh and the headmaster was non-responsive. My son became very discouraged. We moved him to a public school temporarily until we could find another Christian school. We now understand the negative comments about the administration. If you're looking for nurturing you won't find it here.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2007
I had my son in first grade and immediately transfered him to another area private school, because this school operates more like a family run buisness than an educational institution. They're in desperate need of organization and truly lack communciation skills.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2007
I have been at this school for about 4 years and of my experience this is the worst school and Maryland. Their sports program is pretty good but other than that its the worst school. I would advise you to not send your child here

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December 04, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2006
I have a son and daughter who have been attended Jericho for three years now. My son transferred into the first grade. He had to learn cursive writing within a month's time, which he did successfully. My daughter started in early child care. She is an 'A' student in K-5. The school needs a real education for it's staff and principle in child development. All children learn and progress at different levels. Some are better at one thing then at another and with time will master all things. Parents who pay their tuition on time, help out when needed have a right to ask questions concerning their children's education. Comments from a principle that 'maybe Jericho is not the right school for your child' is not the correct response. What you can and will do that is positive to help a child is the professional and Christian thing to do.

- submitted by a parent
July 03, 2006
This was the worst choice in a high school that I could have made. My child came from a christian school and we thought that this was the right choice. What a mistake! Even though we paid a book fee there were no books all year in 2 classes. When teachers were out there were no replacements/supervision for the class, it was called free period. There was alot of inappropriate conversations/acts between the children in classes with no teachers. There are fees for some of the most ridiculous things like trips to the library, faculty basketball games, etc. My child was an honor roll student and did continued on that path during this time. We are transferring out of the school for this upcoming school year, the problems continue. The teachers have not completed the require paperwork and the transcripts were late. VP Berry and Mr. Buckner are the bright spots.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2006
My daughter attended Jericho last school year 04-05 when she was 4. I was very impressed with the curriculum, but was less impressed with the lack of incompatience of the administration. Needless to say my daughter no longer attends Jericho Early Childhood Development Center.

- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2006
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- submitted by a student
February 16, 2006
My son has been attending Jericho for 4 years. In the beginning it was okay he was young and we wanted him to have a good start. As the time there progressed we noticed that the teacher/parent relationships wasn't very good. Also,the administration didn't offer any support when problems arised that needed immediate attention. As parents we were told that the tution would decrease over the years but it never did. The fee for books is $350.00 this coming school year. This is in itself unjustifiable. Field trips have ranged up to $14.00, even at places that are normally free. Fees,tution,administration,parent/teacher relationships and the likes are very poor and really destroys the overall affect of the school. The curriculum is good but because of the lack of cohesiveness with teachers and administration, even the curriculum suffers in effectiveness. This will be the last year for my son.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2006
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- submitted by a student
December 13, 2005
I have a 5 year old daughter that attends Jericho. She has attended this wonderful school since she was 3 and I have nothing but positive things to say about this school. The schools curriculum is very, very advance (but why not take advantage of these curious sponges). My daughter writes in cursive, reads, speaks a little Spanish, uses the computer and knows and memorizes the Word. Although the tuition is high and raises every year, I will continue to do what I can to make ends meet because as advance as my daughter is at age 5, it would be in insult and an injustice to put her in public shool. At 5, she is on a 3rd grade public school level.

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2005
I and my son like Jericho. I believe that the academic requirements are challenging. I liked and was able to communicate with all but one teacher during my son's 7th grade year at Jericho. Last year there were few extracurricular activities and average parental involvement. This year appears to be off to a better start with more options and more parental involvement (based on the first PTA meeting). However, there's always room for improvement, such as adding voicemail for the office of the upper school's administrative assistant, ensuring that contact and information from transfer students files are provided to all teachers, and a notification to parents of any curriculum changes. Over all, I like Jericho and will continue to send my son as long as I am able to do so.

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2005
Yes, Jericho holds accrediation from the MSDE. My chidren attend the Middle & High School. The Bible Teacher was replaced. I no problems enrolling my children in Jericho.The admissions process was indication that they have a 'Standard'. My children love this school.They are applying the the NHS Chapter at JCA. The vice principal actually encouraged them. They have recieved so----much this year. I attribute their growth to the Administration and staff.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2005
I attend Jericho Christian Academy currently in the 10th grade. I feel that these reviews which have been posted is not good at all. This comes from a student who attends the school. I love my school. My grades have been brought up tremendously. I have gone from a 1.6 to a 3.7 grade point average. I am proud of myslef. This school has blessed my life and it has blessed my life especially because I also attend the church. Yes, the tuition is a bit expenisve, but the end result is well worth the cost.

- submitted by a student
March 13, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2005
Dear Jericho Christian Academy: I praise God for my grandson being in your school. I just received an email from my son, Kevin Woods with a picture attached of Kyriq's 1st grade class. I have spoken to Kyriq and he has shared with me about the teachings he is receiving at your school when he was here during the Christmas holidays. I am glad that what you are imparting in his life will never depart from him. I attend the Titus Harvest Dome Spectrum Church (non-denominational) here in Jacksonville, Florida. Our pastor is Rodney J. Washington. Our Christian school is Shekinah Christian Academy and Saundra Armor is the principal. I am going to share Kyriq's picture with her. If you all are ever in Jacksonville, please visit us at 12335 Atlantic Boulevard. Grace and peace follow you in Jesus name. Sis. Florence Woods, Jacksonville, Florida

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2005
The Upper School has offered no Religion Class for this year. This was the main attraction for enrolling my child in a Religious School. I feel that if the school advertise a cirriculum, then the class should be offerred. It seems that more emphasis is being placed on sports than religion. Disgraceful!Practice what you preach.

- submitted by a parent
January 26, 2005
My 3 year old daughter is enjoying her first year in Jericho's Early Learning Enrichment program and has exceeding my expectations. She comes home ready to do her homework and she is very disappointed when she doesn't get homework over the weekend. She knows her alphabets and can count very well. She even helps my 6 year old son with his homework. Her teachers are excellent and Deacon Taylor is the best! This school is worth every dollar spent!! The Christian environment that she is in all day comforts me while I am at work especially when she is always singing such high praises to Jesus...since she hears her teachers singing those same praises. I would highly recommend this school to anyone!

- submitted by a parent
December 31, 2004
My child attends Jericho and I am not pleased at all. His grades have dropped and no one seems to care but if you are late on tuition that seems to matter more. A lot of work needs to be done and the Tuition is very expensive.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 01, 2004
A parent provided comments that Jericho Christian Academy does not have an acceditation. This is not true! Jericho does hold a Certificate of Approval from the Maryland State Board of Education in accordance with Annotated Code of Maryland, Education Article, 2-206. It's extremely critical that parents do their homework when trying to choose the best schools for their children. It's best to do what meets the needs of you and your child when selecting schools. Please feel free to visit the Maryland State Department of Education's website to obtain an official listing of non-public schools approved by the Maryland State Board of Education. This should be the first assignment for any parent when making decisions about any school. It's very importnat to ensure the school has received an accreditation. With so many resources, all the information we need is within reach. Today, it's only a matter of hitting a button.

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2004
My Wife and I are extremely pleased with JCA. We have 3 children enrolled and soon to have a 4th. The Ficility is first rate. One of the best. The teachers and admninstrators are extremely helpful and do a wonderful job of maintaining contact with parents. 2 of my children are in extracurricular activities; soccor and basketball where I can see their growth. Academically, they are thriving. The hands-on science approach is quite impressive. I have also been delighted in the increase of the middle high and high curriculam. They have many PHD's on staff and my oldest son has benifited tremendously from this. SAT prep course is also a manditory class and I can see how my child has developed over the years in preparation for the test. I would highly recomend this school.

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2004
The comment about the accreditation is simply not true. Jericho displays its accreditation certificates in the reception area of the academy's office and is one of the only accredited Christian schools in the area. This years changes have been good and LONG overdue. Mastery is essential. I hope that in the future, the administration will expand the curriculum to include other books besides Abeka. Abeka is simply not enough. Our children need more.

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2004
I have had 3 daughters to attend Jericho. One was in the first graduating class. She is now a member of the US Army and serving proudly. While she is not serving she attends college and doing very well. The other 2 are currently attending Jericho. Both are in the National Honor Society and are members of the varsity volleyball and mock trial teams. One is a varsity cheerleader and the other is one the varsity cheerleader. The principal does an excellent job of serving the students. The high school vice principal, while dedicated and concerned, tends to have favorites. Most of the teachers are excellent and spend most of their time educating and mentoring the students. Faced with the students displaying rude behavior and disrespect, I believe the staff does an outstanding job. My children have attended Jericho since the opening day September 1997.

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2004
This is an excellent school. The leadership and discipline are exceptional. This is a blessed school. If you are not ready for what God has for your child then this is not the school for you. Jericho is a Ministry of Excellence.

- submitted by a staff
September 15, 2004
My daughter attend Jericho last year and it was a night mare. She was in the 10th grade. Issues in which I thought the Vice Principal should handle they called me on my job too much about silly things. If your child is planning on attending college then Jericho is not the place to be. They do not prepare the highschool kids for college and for the amount of money it cost to send your child to Jericho the curriculum at Jericho is awful. It wasn't what I expected and I was shocked. Jericho is not a accredited school so your child may have problems getting into a Ivy league School. They offer no extracurricular activites(football, cheerleading,soccer,track)etc.

- submitted by a parent
August 12, 2004
My son started the early learning program when he was three years old. He will be entering kindergaten this year. I was very satisfied with the curriculum. My son have acquired a great level of disciple. His first teacher was excellent. His pre-K teacher was good. The communications among the faculty and parents are poor. This will be his last year attending Jericho.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2004
My son has attended Jericho for the past two years and I have definitely seen him grow into a child with manners and a good value base to help me mold his attitudes toward school and learning. He is a bright child and he needs a solid foundation for learning because he a very fast learner. My experiences with this school as a new parent of a school age child has been that you must be involved in your child's education so that he can get the most out of his experience. The parents must participate!

- submitted by a parent
July 29, 2004
I feel that they are very good with the children as my child began in the 2yr old class. They definitely instill Christian values, good manners and basic learning skills (colors, letters, numbers, writing, et). My daughter has learned a lot and continues to. However, I do believe they need to be a bit more communicative to the parents. Otherwise, I really love the school and proud that my daughter attends.

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July 29, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2004
I have a child in the early childhood portion of the school and the education was great but the administration was poor. As a consequence, I'm taking my child out of the school to attend another school. Just watch out for the administration and the financial contract requirements (very strict).

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2004
My child has been at the school for years. The teachers for both years have been excellent. I was amazed at all the things she has learned. It's a good foundation, but the administration doesn't follow through on promises, like school trips, hiring a spanish teacher, keeping the parents informed about what's going on and when we attend PTA meetings it's not productive. But I am very grateful for what my child has learned but the administration need to be improved.

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Jericho Christian Academy
8500 Jericho City Drive, Hyattsville, MD  20785
(301) 333-9400
Last modified Jericho Christian Academy is a Private school that serves grades PK-5
Jericho Christian Academy Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 59 reviews. Top