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About Us

At The Judah Classical Christian Academy (TJCCA) students receive an education that is Biblically based, academically challenging. and that helps to develop leadership skills in every student Our school is built upon 7 Christian Values ( Justice, Prudence, Fortitude, Temperance, Faith, Hope & Love) and these values are the driving force of our school's unique culture. We  seek to create a unique, exciting environment that embraces all types of learners, and that promotes growth academically, personally, spiritually, and socially. Students and families are also welcomed into a dynamic and supportive community. Our students receive a Classical, Christian education that  develops wise and eloquent young men and women. By providing students with a liberal arts and sciences curriculum infused with the truth of Scripture, classical, Christian education cultivates minds and souls, enabling young men and women to go forth into the world and redeem each part of it for the kingdom of God.  Our students receive a well rounded education that immerses them in their Christian faith, while also helping them to develop critical thinking, logic, memorization & observation skills at an early age. We also teach our students to respect others, themselves, and their teachers. We practice using good etiquette both inside and outside the classroom. Our hope is that with a Classical Christian education, students will be prepared to   enter the world as responsible, Christ centered citizens. We invite you to join us as we endeavor to train the next generation of God-fearing worshippers

 

Benefits of A Classical Christian Education!

Students that recieve a Classical Christian Education

are...

  1. Encouraged to think independently; to observe, think, and articulate. 

  2. Equipped with the skills to learn independently and critically.

  3. Challenged academically, but also challenged in spirit and in character.

  4. Taught about the whole of history so that their present and future would be well-informed.

  5. Taught to read and comprehend difficult and challenging material. 

  6. Guided to be respectful, self-disciplined, and hard working.

  7. Encouraged to excel and to reach their unique potential. 

  8. Challenged with a curriculum that didn’t teach to the average but to excellence.

  9. Taught to be Christ-centered and equipped with the wisdom and understanding necessary to be courageous in a world of conflicting ideas.

  10. Taught using the Classical method and learn in appropriate ways for their age and stage of learning