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Daily Bible study at the elementary and middle school levels include scripture reading and memory lessons, learning the great stories and people of the Bible, devotions, and prayer in the classroom setting. Two credits of religion classes are required at the high school level. Once a week, we attend chapel at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Our students are encouraged to actively participate in worship and leadership in our chapel services. We also cultivate specific Christian values in all we do and teach. Eighty hours of community service is required in order to graduate from CCA.
K-8 – 8:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
9-12 – 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
CCA does not have a hot lunch program at this time, so students bring their own lunches. Several supervised microwaves are available for student usage. Periodically, middle and high school students may participate in Hot Lunch Friday, where lunches are purchased and brought in from various restaurants in the area.
Yes! We have extended care options before and after school.
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For K-8 no, but…
Placement testing is done for grades 9-12 in order to make the best scheduling decisions possible for each student.
Yes, we offer discounts for families with more than one student, and financial aid applications are available online through FACTS.
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Concordia is fully accredited through the National Lutheran Schools Accreditation Board and Cognia. Accreditation is an ongoing process and mandates that our entire school operation be reviewed each year, with a site visit scheduled every fifth year. All objectives are targeted towards meeting state and national standards. Most of our teachers hold Master’s Degrees.