Calvary Christian Academy

★★★★☆
  • 1007 Ecorse Rd

    Ypsilanti, MI 48198

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  • 734-482-7070

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CCA is a blessing for parents who want to send their children to a school where Christ is central. The Bible is incorporated nicely into the curriculum and I am very impressed with where both of my children (elementary) are already at academically. My 2nd grader regularly reads 200+ page books which puts me to shame! You will have a very hard time finding teachers as committed to your kids and with Christ's sacrificial love as you get at Calvary. The investment is significant, but I can assure you is well worth the cost. CCA still accomplishes this while keeping tuition thousands of dollars lower than all other area private schools.

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CCA is a blessing for parents who want to send their children to a school where Christ is central. The Bible is incorporated nicely into the curriculum and I am very impressed with where both of my children (elementary) are already at academically. My 2nd grader regularly reads 200+ page books which puts me to shame! You will have a very hard time finding teachers as committed to your kids and with Christ's sacrificial love as you get at Calvary. The investment is significant, but I can assure you is well worth the cost. CCA still accomplishes this while keeping tuition thousands of dollars lower than all other area private schools.

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Calvary Christian Academy provided me with a great high school education. I graduated from CCA, and was well prepared for college study, earning my B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Lawrence Technological University. I attended there K-12, and this year my oldest daughter started first grade at CCA.

I played soccer and basketball (not much of a baseball fan), and participated in choir and band from elementary on up. I also took all the advanced courses I could, like Physics and Pre-calculus. Some of my best memories were made in the lunch room and the bus rides to/from sporting events.

As for the teachers/staff, I can think of no other people who are more dedicated to serving God and investing energy into the lives of their students. Their constant sacrifice on behalf of the students is remarkable.

There have been tuition increases recently, but the school has been able to keep tuition quite low compared to other local Christian schools (check this out yourself), mainly through the help of Calvary Baptist Church, which started CCA over 35 years ago.

I will always be thankful for the education I received from CCA, and hope that it remains for years to come, so I can see my children graduate from there.

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Calvary Christian Academy provided me with a great high school education. I graduated from CCA, and was well prepared for college study, earning my B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Lawrence Technological University. I attended there K-12, and this year my oldest daughter started first grade at CCA.

I played soccer and basketball (not much of a baseball fan), and participated in choir and band from elementary on up. I also took all the advanced courses I could, like Physics and Pre-calculus. Some of my best memories were made in the lunch room and the bus rides to/from sporting events.

As for the teachers/staff, I can think of no other people who are more dedicated to serving God and investing energy into the lives of their students. Their constant sacrifice on behalf of the students is remarkable.

There have been tuition increases recently, but the school has been able to keep tuition quite low compared to other local Christian schools (check this out yourself), mainly through the help of Calvary Baptist Church, which started CCA over 35 years ago.

I will always be thankful for the education I received from CCA, and hope that it remains for years to come, so I can see my children graduate from there.

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As a former student of Calvary Christian Academy, I would advise you to please, please not send your children there, especially if you're from a Christian home. The staff and majority of the students there do not act like "Christians" at all. The staff favors the students who go to Calvary church greatly, and are very quick to judge and isolate students. I was raised in a strong Christian family and always had great faith in God...until entering high school at Calvary. The people there did nothing but judge me for every little thing and treat me as if I was nothing. I know myself, and several other people, have turned away from Christianity as a whole for long periods of time because of the horrible examples of Christians we interacted with every day at Calvary. Although it sounds really rude, the people there are blatantly the most hypocritical, poor excuses for Christians I've ever seen in my entire life.

Financially, the school is not doing well at all. There are basically no elective classes, and the sports program has suffered greatly for a number of years. Tuition keeps going up, while quality keeps going down.

Educationally, it is not well equipped. Because of the severe lack of teachers, staff are forced to teach subjects that they never went to college for, and who, quite frankly, are often corrected by their students because of their blatant lack of knowledge.

The one good thing about Calvary was the high-quality Bible classes. However, in my eleven years of experience there, Bible class often strayed from the actual topic of Bibly study. My teachers often took up a great period of class time going on rants of how "all Catholics are going to hell" and "homosexuals are absolutely disgusting" and "we're not required to love non-Christians" just to name a few subjects of things my Bible teacher last year actually talked about for at least a good half-hour in class on more than one day.

Overall, Calvary Christian Academeny is not a good choice.

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As a former student of Calvary Christian Academy, I would advise you to please, please not send your children there, especially if you're from a Christian home. The staff and majority of the students there do not act like "Christians" at all. The staff favors the students who go to Calvary church greatly, and are very quick to judge and isolate students. I was raised in a strong Christian family and always had great faith in God...until entering high school at Calvary. The people there did nothing but judge me for every little thing and treat me as if I was nothing. I know myself, and several other people, have turned away from Christianity as a whole for long periods of time because of the horrible examples of Christians we interacted with every day at Calvary. Although it sounds really rude, the people there are blatantly the most hypocritical, poor excuses for Christians I've ever seen in my entire life.

Financially, the school is not doing well at all. There are basically no elective classes, and the sports program has suffered greatly for a number of years. Tuition keeps going up, while quality keeps going down.

Educationally, it is not well equipped. Because of the severe lack of teachers, staff are forced to teach subjects that they never went to college for, and who, quite frankly, are often corrected by their students because of their blatant lack of knowledge.

The one good thing about Calvary was the high-quality Bible classes. However, in my eleven years of experience there, Bible class often strayed from the actual topic of Bibly study. My teachers often took up a great period of class time going on rants of how "all Catholics are going to hell" and "homosexuals are absolutely disgusting" and "we're not required to love non-Christians" just to name a few subjects of things my Bible teacher last year actually talked about for at least a good half-hour in class on more than one day.

Overall, Calvary Christian Academeny is not a good choice.

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