Champions Christian Academy provides a safe, loving, and nurturing Christian environment where children enjoy learning.
Statistics show that children learn more in the early stages of their lives than at any other time. Studies have also shown that children who have a stimulating learning environment and an excellent pre-school experience have more opportunity to excel in their academic careers throughout life.
A good educational program affects not only academics, but other critical areas of development as well. It affects the way children socialize and how they respond to other children, adults, and the world around them.
Our preschool program helps children build a solid academic and spiritual foundation that promotes positive self-image and strong character.
Your child will participate in age-appropriate activities designed to stimulate and enhance their growth and development. We strive to provide developmentally appropriate learning experiences with Bible-based foundational teaching. We also provide creative play spaces where kids can enjoy being kids!
It is also exciting to know that there is also the option of continued education in our Elementary program from kindergarten through fifth grade and our Middle School program that currently includes sixth and seventh grades.
Partnering with Parents
We believe that outside of their relationship with God, parents are the most important affiliation in a child’s life. We strive to work with parents and help them as they develop their children emotionally, spiritually, and academically. Our staff will provide ongoing communication with parents to discuss their child’s development and progress.
CCA Preschool is an extension of the Godly teaching and training of the home.
Our Preschool Staff
Our school’s strength is found in our staff. Our staff and faculty have undergone extensive reference and background checks. They work hard to develop excellence in their own skills. As a result, they continually participate in training and education for the protection and development of children. They are required to have a minimum of fifteen clock hours of training in Child Development classes each year and must continue to keep all CPR and first-aid certificates validated.