Throughout its 175 years as a member of the Westerville community, Central College Church has placed a unique emphasis upon Christian Education. Central College Christian Academy (CCCA) was chartered by the State of Ohio Department of Education and opened in 1998, with one class of 20 kindergartners in a small, older building next door to Central College Church.
The continued commitment and support of Central College Church to high-quality education in a nurturing, Christian environment is quite evident – from CCCA’s state-of-the-art facility, to the outstanding teaching staff, to the current K – 5 student body with a curriculum chartered by the state of Ohio. CCCA offers our students the best of both worlds: the fresh, creative approach of a private school, combined with a centuries-old heritage of educational excellence in the Christian tradition.
It’s our pleasure to partner with Central College Preschool serving ages 2 through Pre-Kindergarten. Visit their website at: ccpc.us
We believe that young children can thrive in a smaller school environment. Our maximum class size is 22 students per one teacher. In our kindergarten classrooms our students to teacher ratio is eleven to one. As a result, many students receive more individual attention.
Our school uniform policy serves as another tool in fostering the academic, character-building and self-respecting environment we believe God wants for our children. The approved school uniforms are the required dress for every student attending CCCA.
Uniforms may be purchased at Lands End stores or some Sears stores. You may also purchase online at Lands End. Click on “Uniforms,” then “Find Your School,” and then enter our school name or our preferred school number: 900156431.
More detail can be found in our school handbook.
Our school day begins at 8:15am and ends at 3:25pm. Students may arrive as early as 8:00am and report to homeroom. Before and Aftercare are also available starting at 7:00am and ending at 6:00pm. Cost of scheduled care is $6.00 per hour with a discounted rate of $5.25 for siblings. Billing is calculated on 20-minute periods.
Students may pack or purchase a hot lunch and milk or juice, ordered in advance online via ParentsWeb. Parents and other relatives are welcome to take their children out to lunch during the lunch/recess hour, but unfortunately may not come in and join their child for lunch. Lunches are $3.50 and .60-.75 for a beverage.
Educational research confirms a high correlation between parent volunteerism and academic achievement. To this end, we strongly encourage parent involvement in both the classroom and participation in our Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) which meets regularly throughout the school year. Please contact Joyce Storts in reception for directions on how to volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students are scheduled to visit and check out books each week from our Library Learning Center. We hold Scholastic Book Fairs throughout the year to support our Library, ensuring the most up to date titles are available for our students.