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Every student--mission ready.  At Calvary Christian Academy we share a vision to raise up Christian leaders, men and women of God, who are prepared to take on the journey He has planned for them.  Wherever that path leads-- college, a career, a family, or the mission field, we desire that each student is equipped and ready to follow the calling on their life—to be mission ready.

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T: 208.365.2485

E: cca@ccemmett.org

W: www.ccaemmett.com

A: 498 W Idaho Blvd, Emmett, ID 83617

Office Hours, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4p.m.

MISSION & ADMISSIONS

PURPOSE

Every student--mission ready.  At Calvary Christian Academy we share a vision to raise up Christian leaders, men and women of God, who are prepared to take on the journey He has planned for them.  Wherever that path leads-- college, a career, a family, or the mission field, we desire that each student is equipped and ready to follow the calling on their life—to be mission ready.

 

MISSION

In partnership with families and through a Christ-centered education, we equip students to pursue the heart of God, persevere with a spirit of excellence, and proclaim the hope of Christ.

 

VALUES

  • God-centered- we know the success of this school begins, ends, and depends solely upon God.  He directs our work and all that we do is to bring glory to Him.

  • Excellence- we seek to honor God by maintaining a high standard of excellence in all areas of this ministry.

  • Leadership- we develop leadership truths in young men and women to help them wisely influence the world around them to impact the Kingdom for Christ, to His glory.  

  • Collaboration- we believe strong partnerships with families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and ministries will benefit CCA students through opportunities for growth and innovation. 

  • Community relevance- we desire to impact our community by creating relationships defined by Christian love and teaching our students to be community-minded.

Every student- mission ready.

Application Process and Eligibility:

 

One of the ways we attempt to ensure a safe environment at CCA is by having all students and their families go through an application process.  This process allows the school to more accurately partner with families that have similar educational convictions to those upheld by the school.

 

We believe that the selection of the student body is second only to staff selection in impacting the school’s mission.  CCA seeks to foster a family-like atmosphere—this can be achieved only when we partner with families that have similar convictions and principles.

 

Parents and students must agree to the statement of faith and the policies set forth in the student and parent handbook.

New students or students seeking re-admission after dismissal must have a minimum grade point average of 2.0.

Students and families are enrolled at the discretion of the administration.  We reserve the right to refuse admission or continued enrollment to anyone. 

VISIT OUR FORMS PAGE FOR ENROLLMENT PACKET AND HANDBOOK

 

 

The process for acceptance at CCA is:

 

  • Parents receive an enrollment packet and handbook with tuition schedule.

 

  • Parents return completed enrollment packet, copy of state certified birth certificate, and application fee.

 

  • Application and cumulative school records are reviewed. Upon our discretion we may ask both parents and students to attend an interview with the principal. Entrance testing may be required.

 

  • Upon acceptance, the parents pay the enrollment fee to begin the entrance process and start the student’s academic file.  At time of acceptance/enrollment, parents will provide current immunization records or waiver and any custody or guardianship court agreements.

 

  • Parents and students sign a “Student and Parent Commitment” form indicating they have read and agree to follow the student and parent handbook and the student code of conduct.

 

  • Parents sign a contract and agree to the financial responsibility of a Christian education and will budget accordingly.

 

  • In rare circumstances, students are allowed to enroll during the school year.  In these cases, teachers are allowed at least 2 preparation days before the student attends CCA.

 

  • The student comes to school ready to learn.
     

  • New students are on probation through a full quarter.