Curriculum – Using the Bible as the core for instruction, Cramerton Christian uses both Abeka and BJ Press curriculums for a balanced learning approach. All aspects of academics are taught from a Biblical worldview.
Our staff is both competent and compassionate. 60% of our staff have 10 or more years of experience in the field of education, with a large portion having 20+ years of experience. They are second to none in knowing curriculum, learning styles, and child development.
25% of our faculty also hold a Master’s Degree, making them highly qualified to provide rich instruction.
Above all, CCA staff always seek to foster meaningful relationships. CCA holds to the view that they are the third leg of support for the students, partnering with the student’s home and the church. Our Staff takes very seriously the role they play in helping build the foundation of a child’s worldview for years to come.
Cramerton Christian Academy is a ministry of Cramerton Church and is overseen by Pastor Josh Baer. Pastor Baer has been the pastor since 2015 and holds two graduate degrees from Bob Jones University, an M.A. in Ministry Studies and a Specialist in Ministry. He is currently completing a Doctor of Ministry at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Mrs. Donna Bowman is the school administrator with 29 years in education, 18 of those years at CCA. She holds an M.S. in Educational Administration from Pensacola Christian College.
Mrs. Amy Sigmon has served as the CCA Daycare & Preschool Director for 10 years. She has a degree in Home Economics Education from Bob Jones University.
The small classroom learning environment is by intentional design at CCA. Our student-to-teacher ratio: 1:20. Low class size means our students get the one-on-one individual attention that they need and deserve. Your child isn’t just another number at CCA.
In the early elementary years, we find it most important for students to engage in hands-on learning more than emphasizing technology. On-campus, in-person learning provides the learning environment necessary for students to develop relationships with staff and students. It fosters an environment for students to grow with the guidance of a professional educator. Students progress in their use of technology incrementally and age-appropriately. The teacher in the room is the most valuable resource to a child’s learning experience.
On-campus, in-person learning provides the learning environment necessary for students to develop relationships with staff and students. Because of these relationships, we find that many of our students have been at Cramerton since the beginning of their K-12 school career.
CCA places a high value on academics coupled with the opportunity to pursue athletics and extracurricular activities. Students can find their niche within the wide variety of activities that Cramerton Christian provides.
As part of an education that focuses on the mind, body, and soul, CCA desires for its students to care for their physical health and well-being that God has blessed them with.
Our youngest athletes in elementary school can participate in Fall Soccer.
Middle and high school athletes can also participate in a wide variety of athletics. Young ladies can participate in volleyball, basketball, soccer, cheerleading, clay target shooting, and cross-country. Young men have the options of soccer, basketball, cross-country, baseball, clay target shooting, and golf.
Cramerton Christian is a member of the Carolina Christian Conference and the North Carolina Christian School Association, which allows students to participate at both the conference and state levels.
Fine Arts are one of the many ways students can be image-bearers of the Creator Himself.
Weekly elementary art classes provide learning experiences for kindergarten through sixth grade. Students learn fundamental drawing techniques and use a variety of media. Middle school and high school students refine their skills during elective art classes.
CCA students are encouraged to use the talents they have in their local church context, so we encourage practice and excellence in performance. This is accomplished by helping students prepare for fine art competitions. Starting in 3rd grade through middle school, students can participate in the NCSSA competition at the group or individual level in the areas of Music, Art, Bible, and Speech.
High School students compete in the Southeastern Association of Christian Schools (SACS) competition. In addition to music, art, the Bible, and speech, students can compete in the areas of academics, drama, and athletics.
From Pre K -12th grade, every aspect of CCA seeks to teach God’s word with continuity as the final authority in the life of the individual .
CCA partners with parents to educate their children both spiritually and academically. We operate under the bold conviction that the inspired and infallible Word of the Living God, who created man and his world, is the ultimate source of truth and authority. The school’s first allegiance is always to the Christ of the Bible. We believe His Word takes precedence over any declaration or regulations of man or the state.
Abeka Bible (elementary), Positive Action for Christ (grades 7-9), and Summit Ministries (grades 10-12) curriculums provide the backdrop for experienced, dedicated faculty to share God’s Word with their students.
Opening Revival Chapels for elementary students present the gospel to every student in an age-appropriate environment.
Spiritual Retreat for 7th – 12th graders are the highlight of every year, allowing them to have a time of spiritual renewal with their classmates and staff. Three days at Bonclarken Conference Center in Flat Rock, NC gives our school family a time to get to know each other better, to enjoy God’s creations, and, most importantly, to focus on our relationship to the Lord.
From Pre K -12th grade, every aspect of CCA seeks to teach God’s word with continuity as the final authority in the life of the individual.
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