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List of 20 news stories.

  • A Librarian’s Authentic Love

    “‘By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.’” -John 13:35 (NIV)

    During this National Library Week, join us as we honor Mrs. Mary Kavanaugh, CCA’s beloved Elementary Librarian, who has served our school community since its opening. This interview highlights Mrs. Kavanaugh’s unique journey as a librarian, the literacy programs she has introduced to CCA, and her faithfulness to God’s calling.
  • A Picture Worth a Million Words

    When Mary Magdalene, Simon Peter, and John find Jesus’ tomb empty three days following his crucifixion, they each experience something different and notice different details — details that ultimately point back to the Old Testament and forward to Christ’s Second Coming. This Easter, join Calvary Christian Academy’s Bible Department Head Pastor Bill Schott as he explains how gaining a better understanding of Jewish culture and history can help us see one of the greatest pictures painted in all of Scripture. Get ready to get goosebumps!
  • Choose Socialization Over Screen Time This Summer

    Summer is quickly approaching! Learn how keeping your child(ren) physically active and mentally engaged this summer will not only make for a happy camper, but also minimize excessive screen time use, which can have detrimental effects on young, developing minds.
  • So You Think You Can Dance . . . for Jesus?

    High school dancers and their parents don’t have to choose between professional dance instruction and a Christian education. They can have both. Discover how CCA’s Dance Endorsement program makes this possible for high school students and which renowned college dance programs and summer intensives they’re being accepted into.
  • CCA Eagles Soar into This Spring Season

    Despite facing unique challenges this spring season, Calvary Athletics' student-athletes are not just surviving, but thriving. Learn how our Eagles are excelling in their respective sports — by securing state championship titles, earning top national rankings, and working hard for winning streaks — while growing as godly and resilient men and women of character.
  • Resuming In-Person Learning: CCA’s Journey

    Last summer, CCA’s leadership team and administrators worked around the clock to develop a plan for swiftly resuming in-person learning and mitigating the spread of COVID-19 on its campuses. Read about the changes that have made it possible for Calvary Christian Academy students to receive the spiritual, academic, and social support they need to soar.
  • 4 Tips for Transitioning Your Child from Elementary to Middle School

    Help prepare your elementary student for middle school with these practical tips!
  • One Race, Many Stories: Commemorating Black History Month

    In an effort to bring awareness to the rich diversity within the Black community, we invited a few CCA students to share what they love most about the countries they represent and how their personal Black History has helped them grow into the young men and women of God they are today. May these stories break down any barriers of misunderstanding, build bridges of unity, and point you closer to the One we are all made in the image and likeness of.
  • Agape Love: More Than a Feeling

    Roses are red, violets are blue, let’s model Jesus’ love that’s sacrificial and true. CCA’s Early Childhood Director, Jan Lashbrook, turns to the book of 1 Corinthians to remind us how everything we do as Christ’s beloved should be done in love . . . not just on Valentine’s Day, but always!
  • Freedom in Forgiveness: Resolving Conflict God’s Way

    Many of us avoid confrontation because we’re not really sure how to go about it, but as Christians, we’re called to live in harmony with fellow believers. Thankfully, Jesus gave us a roadmap to help us serve as leaders in the ministry of reconciliation. Join Calvary Christian Academy’s Bible Department Head, Pastor Bill Schott, as he breaks down the Matthew 18 principle that is not only relevant for adults, but for children as well.
  • Making Disciples Socially: Elementary Students Learn Life Skills in New Class

    What if children could prepare for adulthood and all that comes with it as early as kindergarten? This possibility has become a reality for Elementary students at Calvary Christian Academy with the introduction of a new Specials class. Learn how social-emotional learning is positively impacting students lives, preparing them for future success.

    “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.” -Luke 2:52

  • 3 Ways to Be a Missionary Right Where You Are

    This global pandemic may have changed the way Christians go on mission, but Jesus’ call to “go and make disciples” remains. So how exactly do we respond to this Kingdom call? CCA’s Director of Discipleship Steve Mayo shares three simple ways we can serve as missionaries right where we’re at.
  • 6 Ways Believers Can Respectfully Engage in Politics

    Inauguration Day is here — a fact that can be met with joy or disappointment depending on who you are. As Christians, how are we responding to the growing political tensions and approaching one of the most taboo topics of our time? Calvary Christian Academy’s Content Specialist, Alyssa Mendez, had the chance to sit down with Social Studies Department Chair, Richard Blatz, to discuss some drama-free ways we can approach politics, engage civically, and represent Christ well.
  • Middle School Musical Answers Deep Spiritual Questions

    Participating in the Fine Arts may look different for students this school year, but the show must go on! With new, innovative safeguards in place, Calvary Christian Academy’s Middle School Theatre students have been hard at work preparing a live musical for you and your family to enjoy. Mark your calendars for February 5-6 — Godspell JR is coming to CCA to share Jesus’ message of redemption, compassion, and love!
  • Better Together: 5 Ways To Support Someone's Mental Health Journey

    According to Mental Health America, the number of people living in the U.S. with a mental health condition such as anxiety and depression is currently at an all-time high (one in five people). It is likely that you will encounter one of these individuals in your social circle if you haven’t already, so knowing how to respond is critical. Edvardo Archer, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who recently spoke at CCA’s middle school chapel, shares five practical and healthy ways you can support, love, and lead those who are struggling mentally in 2021.
  • CCA Fort Lauderdale’s Top 5 Moments from 2020

    Despite the challenges 2020 brought us, it also allowed our school community to experience changes worthy of remembrance. Join us as we reflect and thank God for sustaining Calvary Christian Academy and giving us the opportunity to continue to Make Disciples — rain or shine.
  • 4 Lessons The 3 Wise Men Can Teach Us

    This Christmas, CCA’s Early Childhood Director Jan Lashbrook shares four spiritual takeaways we can glean from the wise men’s journey to see King Jesus. May we worship Him and give Him our very best like they did more than 2,000 years ago!
  • 3 Ways to Stay Connected With Jesus in 2021

    Growing closer to Jesus is a New Year’s resolution you’ll never regret. Sophia Rivera, a junior at Calvary Christian Academy, shares three practical ways we can develop spiritual disciplines that will help you experience the depths of His unconditional love — the only love that can truly satisfy our souls.
  • 3 Ways to Strengthen Your Servant Leadership

    During CCA’s high school Spiritual Emphasis Week (aka “Battle Week”) earlier this semester, Class of 2020 alumna and current Palm Beach Atlantic University student Samy Rodriguez shared an encouraging word with students in a virtual breakout session to expound upon this year’s Discipleship theme: LEAD. In this discussion and blog post, she points to Jesus’ example of servant leadership and presents three action steps that will help any Christian who desires to develop as a Kingdom-minded leader.
  • CCA Leadership Team Restructures to Further Advance, Develop, and Innovate

    COVID hasn’t stopped Calvary Christian Academy leaders from continuing to dream and plan for what God has in store for the school’s future. In order to increase opportunities for development and innovation while we continue to cultivate a healthy culture in a school of our size and scope of academic and extracurricular offerings, we have restructured our leadership team hierarchy. Read this blog post to learn about the new positions that have been created, who has been chosen to fill these roles, and which leaders will be transitioning into other new positions. The best is yet to come!


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