Beginning in the fall of 2021 we will be providing students entering grade 9 with not only a quality education but a secure learning environment in which they can continue to grow as young adults secure in their faith and ready to be leaders among their peers. We will be adding 1 grade level each year and graduating our first senior class in 2025.

Our high school curriculum encompasses core courses in math, science, English, and the arts.

CGCA offers nationally based AP course work in Mathematics, Language Arts, History, and the Sciences that can translate into college credits accepted at universities all over the country. We are not taking the route of dual-credit programs, however, since they limit students’ opportunities and restrict college choice.

We partner with local businesses for hands-on, semester-based practical projects and with a local Christian Tech school to provide students the opportunity to learn skills for our 21st-century world.