For more information about our school, visit the Admissions page. To schedule a tour, please call 954-905-5100 or reserve your spot online.

New Applicants to Calvary Christian Academy

We are currently accepting applications for Pre-K3 – 12th Grade.

  • If you would like to review the Application Checklist please CLICK HERE.
  • To apply, please follow the steps below:

Complete the appropriate Online Application below. This will start the application process.

Early Childhood (Pre-K)

Elementary School (K – 5th)

Middle School (6th – 8th)

High School (9th – 12th) 

Homeschool Participant Application

Please note there is a $100 non-refundable application fee.

  • If you are applying for our Pre-Kindergarten program, your child must be three years old for Pre-K3 or four years old for Pre-K4 by August 31.
  • If you are applying for our Kindergarten program, your child must be five years old by August 31.
  Please print, complete, and submit the additional documentation packet you received in your email.

Note: If you cannot find the additional documentation email in your inbox, please check your spam or junk mail folder.

Students who have not submitted previous standardized test scores, and all incoming Kindergarten students, are required to take an entrance test. Testing takes place on our campus and is administered by appointment. The Admissions Department will contact you if necessary.

Pay the non-refundable testing fee (if applicable)



As a covenant Christian school, Calvary Christian Academy seeks to enroll families with a strong and visible relationship with Jesus Christ. The interview process is conducted through the respective school to which you are applying (Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle, or High School) and serves the purpose of evaluating the family's spiritual commitment and willingness to co-labor with the school.

Both parents or legal guardian(s) and the prospective student(s) are required to be present at the interview.

The appropriate school administrative assistant will contact you to schedule an appointment.


As a school that believes in the divine sovereignty of God, CCA seeks individuals the Lord has called to be here. With this in mind, we pray over and thoroughly review each application in order to determine acceptance to the school. 

A letter detailing your admissions status will be mailed to you two to three weeks after your interview. There is a two-week period from acceptance to submit the non-refundable registration fee to secure your child's enrollment at CCA.

Pay the non-refundable registration fee

Welcome to Calvary Christian Academy!

We created this virtual tour to allow you to walk the halls, peak into classrooms, and even stand on stage.
You are able to click through, step by step, or jump to points of interest linked below.

We hope you enjoy the experince, and encourage you to join us for our full tour experience where you can visit our cutting edge classrooms, experience a portion of a chapel service in our theater, take a look at our award-winning restaurant, and discover why there's just something different about Calvary Christian Academy.

Where is CCA?




Second Floor: Straight ahead are high school classrooms and lockers, to the left is our Theatre, and right behind will lead you to our middle school classrooms.



Third Floor: This is a look inside one of our art studios. You'll see paintings, sculptures, and if you look closely, you can see a HoloLens™ that students use to create 3 dimentional art in a virtual space!




Fourth Floor: High school science class.



Elementary Media Center





Elementary STEM Lab





High School Video Production Studio.





Early-Childhood and Elementary Hallway





Performing Arts Theatre






Nondiscriminatory Policy

Calvary Christian Academy has a racially nondiscriminatory policy, which means that the school admits students of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, and national and ethnic origin in our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.