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Preparation for college and beyond.

The transition into adulthood is an exciting and formative season. Enrolled students at this level are expected to demonstrate their own personal desire to follow after Jesus. CCA will partner with parents in guiding their child to pursue excellence spiritually, academically, and socially so that the child establishes a foundation that will serve them throughout their lifetime. The curriculum, opportunities, and mentorship at CCA will enable high school students to go onto compete in a global economy, and continue to advance the Great Commission.

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Academic Departments

The clear teaching of God's Word is the foundation for all other learning. At CCA, we teach our students to understand God's Word and to apply it to all subjects, and to all areas of their lives.

From Bible, Science, English, Social Studies, and Math to Fine Arts and Technology, our vision and mission is the same: to make disciples of Jesus Christ, though a biblical environment that prepares students to glorify God.

High School Curriculum

As a college preparatory school, CCA prepares students for college and careers. In addition to our core subjects of Bible, mathematics, language arts, science, and social studies, we offer numerous honors, advanced, and AP classes. Elective courses are offered in academic core content subjects as well as technology, arts, communications, and ministry. These courses can be found in the High School Course Guide.

List of 5 members.

  • Brian Alphenaar 

    High School Principal
    (954) 905-5190
  • Thomas Peters 

    High School Assistant Principal
    (954) 905-5130
  • Amy Lawson 

  • Tara Fox 

    Upper School Teacher & Assistant Administrator
    (954) 905-5317
  • Laura Quinn 

    Discipleship Director
    (954) 905-5383

Curriculum Details

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  • Advanced Placement (AP)

    The Advanced Placement (AP) program sponsored by the College Board enables exceptional students to study college-level courses while in high school. The highest possible score on an AP exam is 5, and most universities accept scores of 3, 4, and 5 for credit.

    AP Credit Policy

    Find out the AP score required by the college of your choice in order to receive credit.
  • Dual Enrollment (DE)

    Dual Enrollment (DE) enables high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit for courses they take at CCA.  DE courses are taught by CCA faculty who are college or university adjunct professors. Students must meet the DE entrance requirements set by the College or University through whom the DE course is offered.

    AP Seminar
    AP Research

    Fine Arts
    AP Music Theory
    AP Studio Art 3D Design
    AP Studio Art 2D Design
    AP Studio Art Drawing

    AP Art History
    AP Human Geography
    AP U.S. Government
    AP US History
    AP World History

    Language Arts
    AP English Literature
    AP English Language and Composition
    AP Spanish Literature
    AP Spanish Language and Culture

    AP Calculus AB
    AP Calculus BC
    DE Statistics
    DE College Algebra
    DE Calculus III

    AP Biology
    AP Chemistry
    AP Physics

    Social Science
    AP Macro Economics

    AP Computer Science Principles
    AP Computer Science A
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