At City Church Academy, our objective is to promote growth and development in a child-centered environment by providing a quality educational program that challenges and encourages children to achieve their fullest potential. We are dedicated to the mental, physical, social and spiritual development of all children entrusted to our daily care.

Children are taught language arts, mathematics, science, social skills, and fine arts including lessons in safety, health, and manners. Daily Bible lessons and chapel services are presented on the child’s learning level.

Our preschool and afterschool programs are licensed by the Department of Children & Families.


To provide quality academic readiness and child care in a Christ-centered, nurturing, hands-on environment.


To provide an environment in which children learn and discover the love of Christ and that they are image-bearers of God. We are dedicated to the educational, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual development of all children entrusted to our daily care.


A foundation for life-long learning


Research has revealed the importance of the formative years, which is why we begin our school with early childhood education. Their experiences significantly influence their overall development and attitudes. The effectiveness of a program plays a vital part in preparing the child for their future success. Children are individuals, developing at their own pace with distinct needs, varying learning styles and abilities. Concepts regarding God, Jesus, the Bible, church, self, family, the natural world and others are the basis for our curriculum, Developmental/Biblical education teaches children by meeting the developmental needs of the child and the values of the Judeo/Christian faith.
We provide a warm, loving climate where children feel cared for and secure, thereby enabling them to be receptive to new experiences. The physical environment is bright, varied, and stimulating with numerous materials of various levels of difficulty provided to meet individual interests and developmental needs.