Join us as we reflect on how this year’s discipleship theme BUILD was lived out in the CCA Hollywood community and share exciting updates on how this school will continue to build in the months ahead for God’s glory.
As the 2021-22 school year winds down, it’s amazing to reflect on all that God has blessed us with at Calvary Christian Academy Hollywood. This year’s discipleship theme was BUILD, and we praise Jesus for the ways he has helped our community build relationships, deeper faith, knowledge, and a school environment where students can thrive spiritually, academically, and socially.
HE IS TRULY BUILDING SOMETHING SPECIAL AT CCA HOLLYWOOD!
It has been a joy to welcome over 100 new students to our family this year. As we grow together and plan to welcome many more new families in 2022-23, CCA Hollywood will be BUILDing in the months to come by:
⭐️ Refreshing two classrooms with new flooring, ceiling tiles, enhanced lighting, and fresh paint.
⭐️ Installing new furnishing and equipment in the 2nd floor classrooms of the Upper School Building.
⭐️ Replacing the bleachers in our gymnasium to elevate the spectator experience for students, families, and visitors.
⭐️ Making significant investments to refresh the exterior of our buildings with new stucco, paint, fencing, as well as fresh landscaping.
Our love and commitment to Hollywood is strong, and we are humbled to have so many families on this growth journey with us. If God is leading you to BUILD an amazing future with us, applications for new families are still being accepted for the 2022-23 school year. Click here to inquire today!
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