Enrollment Process

Step 1: Schedule a Tour!

Schedule a Tour

The tour will include classroom visits, an informational session, and an interview with an administrator. A tour is an excellent way of getting to know our school family!

1st – 6th Grades will need to bring a current report card and end of year test scores.
7th-12th Grades will need to bring a transcript and end of year test scores.

Step 2: Submit an Online Application

Apply Online

1. Create an account with Renweb.
    (Use Distric Code CCA-NC.)

2. Start Application.

*A registration fee must be submitted with the application. This fee is nonrefundable and non-transferable. This fee will reserve the student’s place until the August payment is due. If there is not an opening for your student, the Registration Fee will hold the student’s place on the waiting list. You will be notified when an opening is available.

*Enrollment for the 2020-21 school year will begin on February 15, 2020.

Tuition & Fees


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Tuition 2021-2022

 
Grade1st Child2nd Child3rd Child4th Child5th Child
5K$5,355$4,820$4,552$3,213$3,213
1st-6th$5,722$5,150$4,864$3,434$3,434
7th-12th$6,300$5,670$5,355$3,780$3,780
 
2021-2022 Tuition & Fees

Fees

Registration: $150


This fee is non-refundable.

Book & Activity Fees

5K: $500

1st-12th: $550

This fee is due on May 1, 2020, or within 10 days of acceptance if enrolled after May 1

Athletics

MS Teams Athletic Fee $75

Junior Varsity: $100/sport

Varsity: $150/sport

Graduation Fees

Kindergarten: $50

High School: $100

Miscellaneous Fees

Before Care: $3/hr

After Care: $4/1st hour($2 minimum), $3/hour each additional hour

Frequently Asked Questions


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What is an average class size?

Our classes average 18-22 students.

What are the school hours?

School begins at 8:00 and ends at 2:45 (5K), 3:00 (1st-6th), and 3:20 (7th-12th).

Do you take students mid-year?

Yes, new students relocating to the area will be admitted as needed.

Do you offer summer programs?

Cramerton Christian Summer C.A.M.P. (Creating A Million Possibilities) – cost is $35 per day. New students will need to schedule a tour but returning campers can register without a tour. Application requires a complete registration form and all fees.  Activities:  field trips, science experiments, crafts, cooking, and swimming.

How old does my child have to be in order to be enrolled at CCA?

We accept infants to 12th grade! 5K Students must be 5 years old by Sept. 15th to enroll in Kindergarten (no exceptions).

Does CCA offer extended care?

Yes 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. – Cost is $4/hour.

Do CCA Students wear uniforms?

While we do not have uniforms, we do have a dress code.  We ask girls to wear loose fitting polo shirts, button up oxford or dress blouses, and khaki, navy, black or denim skirts or slacks. Boys:  Polos, oxford or dress shirts and jeans or navy, black, or gray khaki style pants.

What curriculum does CCA use?

We use two Bible-based curriculums from Bob Jones Press and A Beka Book. We offer online courses through Edgenuity. CCA also offers Dual-enrollment classes for Juniors and Seniors. These classes are offered in cooperation with Gaston College and Central Piedmont Community College.

Is CCA accredited?

Yes! We are accredited with both the NCCSA and NACSAA and regionally accredited with AdvancEd.

What is the percentage of students who are accepted and attend college?

  • 50% enrolled in a Scholars Program
  • 77% of Class of 2019 enrolled in higher education
  • 55% pursued a 4 year college
  • 22% pursued a 2 year college

What are some colleges CCA students attend after graduation?

Anderson University, Appalachian State University, Belmont Abbey College, Bob Jones Univ., Coker College, CPCC, East Carolina University, Gardner Webb, Gaston College, Liberty University, North Carolina State University, North Greenville University, Pensacola Christian College, Southeastern FWB College, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Yale University