Our History

Calvary Baptist Academy first opened its doors on September 5, 1972. The enrollment that year was 88 students in kindergarten through 6th grade.
Soon after the school started, Calvary Baptist Church recognized the need for expanded classroom facilities. The first classroom wing was built in 1973, and two other additions, completed in 1975 and 1976, provided large, modern, air-conditioned classrooms that would accommodate a student body of 350. In 2001, construction was complete on our latest addition, making it possible to accommodate over 500 students.
In the fall of 2009 Calvary Baptist Academy changed its name to Calvary Christian Academy. Families enrolled in CCA represent over thirty churches from our community.
The teaching staff has grown from five in 1972 to the present faculty of approximately 35. All teachers at CCA are college graduates who are properly qualified for their teaching positions, and several of them have a master’s degree.
The school is an integral part of Calvary Baptist Church. The Administrator is responsible for all aspects of the school’s operations, and the School Board provides policies and direction for the school.