signCalvary Christian Academy began in 1985 as a direct result of the vision, dreams, and planning of Pastor John Anderegg. With the purchase of 28 acres in 1985, the dream became a reality. The initial construction included the school office building, the library, and the elementary and high school wings; these were constructed in less than six weeks. In August, 1985, the first classes began. CCA opened with 110 students enrolled in kindergarten through eighth grade. With the addition of the gymnasium, cafeteria (fellowship hall), and the church office in June of 1988, the school was able to provide a well rounded education to its high school students as well.

The first class of 8 students graduated in 1989. In 1997 Pastor Jim Raley was called to Calvary Assembly of God, now known as Calvary Christian Center, and has continued the vision and ministry of Calvary Christian Academy. The entire facility was remodeled in the summer of 2002 and today has an enrollment of more than 350 students in the academy.



Founding Philosophy of CCA CCA acknowledges the trust placed in us by our parents
and holds in high regard the authority of the home and church to teach their distinctive doctrine held in esteem by a family’s own local church and denomination. CCA teaches its students according to the principles found in this Handbook, including the Statement of Faith and the Calvary Christian Center doctrine. Philosophy of Christian Education We believe that the very essence of a student’s Christian education is not only academic, but should include the integration of scripture and the application of b iblical truth in every aspect of life. The vision that we share with our students and the attitudes with which we equip them, will enable them to become principled adults whose lives are lived in relationship with God, and who bless their fellow humans by their commitment to love and justice. We believe that it is the call for our students to be conformed to the model of Christ in the whole of their existence, in the whole framework of their beliefs, in the whole complex of their feelings and attitudes, and in every spectrum of their actions.



Calvary Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its student admissions policies, employment policies, educational policies, grant and scholarship programs, athletic programs and other school-administered programs.

Statement of Faith