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Covenant Christian Academy

Private | PK-5 | 40 students

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Posted October 21, 2013

Covenant Christian Academy has been the answer to prayer! Finding CCA this year for my daughter has been amazing and has been a huge blessing to our homeschooling. The teachers and curriculum are top notch, challenging, and really supportive of each child and their family. We would recommend CCA for anyone looking for a rigorous curriculum that includes a wonderful Bible component. Thanks!
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Posted October 17, 2013

It sure was a blessing to find CCA! We were just about to homeschool full time after several disappointing years at other private and public schools local to us. CCA has been wonderful. My child loves his days at school and looks forward to each school day. He also loves having lazy days at home.
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Posted October 17, 2013

Covenant Christian Academy is an interesting blend of home school and conventional "away"/in-school schooling. Students attend classroom style schooling either two or three days a week (based on grade level) and the remaining weekdays will involve co-teaching by the parent(s), using lesson plans and books designed by the school. The coursework is well designed and the teachers work closely with your students to ensure that they are getting a complete and accredited education. The teachers and faculty are also very involved with the co-teacher parent(s) to ensure that they are comfortable with this critical role and that the home and family provide the necessary support and environment for the student to excel. This is our third year as a CCA family and I have been impressed with the tremendous growth of the student body and with the ability for the faculty and administration to scale to meet this need as not to sacrifice quality. I definitely recommend that all parents looking into home schooling to strongly consider Covenant Christian Academy and to schedule a visit. This schooling solution works for children and families.
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Posted September 18, 2013

CCA has been a gift from God. Literally. My 1st grader loves it there! The admin team is very organized and the teachers are amazing partners. The other parents are great support and we have unified as a strong micro community.
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Posted August 20, 2013

Covenant Christian Academy is amazing.. I love the fact it's the best of both worlds. Our kids get to go to school and learn with their friends 2x a week and then be schooled at home by me 3x a week. I don't have to come up with my own curriculum as it's already set by the school. It's a great way to homeschool your children and it keeps me accountable. The teachers and staff have grown to love our children and it's all based around Christ - they are prayed over daily and get to freely worship the Lord in school. We wouldn't ever consider putting our children in public schools - finding CCA lifted a huge weight off my shoulders and we truly are blessed.
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Posted August 16, 2013

I love CCA. Three of my four children attend 2 days a week. The collaboration between parents and teachers is fantastic. On the at home days, we have the curriculum that we need to make sure that each of our children are learning and staying on track. Educating my kids at home with accountability and help of CCA is the perfect answer for our family.
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Posted August 16, 2013

Our school is Covenant Christian Academy and they have helped our daughter grow not only educationally but also emotionally and spiritually. She is a joy and we appreciate CCA so much!
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Posted August 16, 2013

We love Covenant Christian Academy. I wish we had discovered it earlier. Our daughter is getting the best education possible. She has loving teachers that take the time to make sure she has mastered a concept before moving on. The small class sizes combined with top-notch teachers, engaging curriculum, and parents that are actively involved in the school has created the perfect learning environment for our child. I was very concerned about homeschooling our daughter, but CCA gives us the tools and support to be successful. Now that I know exactly what my child is learning I am better able to find learning opportunities when we're going about our everyday lives. This is the way learning ought to be!
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Posted October 31, 2011

This school is special. If you've thought about homeschooling, but didn't know where to begin, then this may be the school for you. For younger grades, through 4th or 5th grade, children go to school two days per week and are given assignments taught by their parents the other three days per week. Older children will go to school three days per week and have home instruction the other days. This can be challenging and isn't perfect by any means, but it addresses those concerns that some people have about homeschooling and yet offers the ability to teach your child how you want your child to be taught. This is called "University Model Schooling" and helps children become more self-sufficient and aware of how they learn at an earlier age. Check out the school.
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6317 Vint Hill Road
Warrenton, VA 20187
Phone: (571) 377-0352


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