Community Christian Academy (CCA) is a nondenominational, multi-ethnic, Pre-K to 8 Christian school. Our philosophy of education focuses on excellence in academics while imparting the Word of God to our students, nurturing and guiding them as individuals one student at a time.
Community Christian Academy has the following positions open for the 2017-18 school year:
- Administrative Assistant: full time, 35 hours a week, must have secretarial/office management experience and some knowledge of graphic design
- Substitute Teachers: per diem, when needed
All interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to Principal Jennifer Najem, email@example.com or call 978-453-4738, ext. 148.
CCA is pleased to offer several sports programs this spring season. Middle School and Junior High students can participate in Track and Field with the Ecumenical Athletic Association. Registration is open now through March 21.
Admittance to Community Christian Academy requires the following steps:
- Complete the Online Application and submit application fee.
- Schedule an appointment with the Principal for an interview and tour.
- Schedule an academic evaluation with the Department Head.
When a student is accepted, the family will complete the Online Enrollment process, submit a registration fee, and sign a Tuition Agreement Form.
HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT APPLYING?
The following are our tuition rates based on grade level.
K4 (Preschool): $3,000
K5-8th grade: $4,000
Community Christian Academy utilizes the services of FACTS Tuition Management Services for tuition collection. All families must enroll in the FACTS program as the only way to pay the tuition fees. Payments are usually made in 10 monthly installments.
Financial aid is limited and is awarded based on legitimate financial need. Completed forms should be hand delivered in a sealed envelope marked "Financial Aid Application" or mailed to CCA, 105 Princeton Blvd., Lowell, MA 01851, attention Admissions.
DAYCARE & PRESCHOOL
Community Christian Daycare & Learning Center attends to the unique needs associated with the child’s various stages of social, emotional, and intellectual growth. Children are exposed to the creative arts, exercise, natural science, spiritual awareness, problem-solving activities, and social development.
ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE
We use a variety of curricula in each grade. Each curriculum program is chosen to provide the students with an academically sound and Christ-centered education. Our teachers are encouraged to be innovative in providing a learning atmosphere that fosters critical thinking as well as spiritual growth.