Chuck and Jessica
Micah, Judah, and Gabriel

Dear Parents,

We are blessed that you have chosen to consider The Church Academy. Our purpose is to partner with parents to provide an excellent education with a Biblical Worldview. As a parent, I understand the significance of deciding where your child will attend school. Whether you are a first time parent trying to decide on a kindergarten for your child, a family seeking to enroll multiple children in our school, or a homeschool parent seeking an alternative education, I trust this website will allow you to gather important information about our school.

The Church Academy strives for high academic excellence in all aspects of spiritual, academic, social, and personal development. We want to shape hearts and sharpen minds to become conformed to the image of Jesus Christ.  The school ministry is designed to serve Christian parents who desire a Christian education for their children. TCA’s educational process is centered on the development of our students’ ability to translate the different facets of their educational experience into Christian living. We believe there is a battle for the minds of today’s youth, and it is critical that our children be equipped with a Christian education so that they are not deceived by those desiring to lead them away from God’s truth (Colossians 2:4, 8).

We have been blessed with an amazing staff that pours Christ’s love into each of our students, as well as their families and each other. Our staff allows God to guide them in raising future generations of leaders with Godly character, based on biblical truth and academic excellence, to influence the world for the glory of God.

United in Christ,

Jessica Robb
The Church Academy


They were Potters in my life, molding me into the person I am today... I came to faith in Jesus Christ at CLA, grew in my relationship with Him daily, was challenged, stretched, corrected in love, and released into a world that needs Him desperately... so that I could in turn spread the same passion and love for Him that I learned there.

Andrea Lusk Bransford, Class of 1987