Is there a lunch program?
Yes. Students may bring a lunch from home or students can purchase lunch at school through our hot-lunch program. Our lunch program is managed by SLA Management. SLA Management provides managed school lunch programs throughout Florida and Georgia. They are dedicated to providing high quality, nutritious, and cost efficient meal programs. Complete details regarding the SLA Management lunch program can be found HERE.
What additional fees, besides tuition, should be expected?
The following is not included in the tuition, technology fees, or activity fees: uniforms, spirit day t-shirts, After School Enrichment classes, portraits, Extended Day, over-night field trips, lunch, team sport fees, textbooks for 6th-12th grades, as well as other miscellaneous items.
What kind of involvement is expected for a parent?
We believe that there must be a strong relationship between home and school for a child to achieve success. Parents are encouraged to ask their child if they have homework or projects that are to be completed at home. Conferences will be held each fall, and as requested by the parents/teachers/Head of School. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to attend weekly Chapel services, volunteer in classrooms, and become involved with CCA’s Parent Teacher Partnership. There are many opportunities for a parent to volunteer at school throughout the year.
Is financial aid available?
Yes. We use the services of FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment. Complete details can be found under the "financial aid" section.
I'd like to re-enroll my child at CCA. Can I do this online?
Yes, you can using RenWeb. Please refer to complete details under the "re-enrollment" section.
Can I enroll my child now?
Enrollment priority is given to current students, siblings of current students, and Christ’s Church families. Open enrollment for remaining class space begins mid-February each year and is on a first-come basis.