Class Size

We are a close-knit community that is uniquely equipped to provide students with individualized attention. Small class sizes create an intimate learning environment that allows teachers to connect to students and their needs. Our student-to-teacher ratio is maximum 15:1.

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Our faculty and staff care intently about our students, their course work and their future career goals.

We build strong relationships that encourage students to achieve their full academic and professional potential. At Canterbury, we go beyond academics to develop responsible, independent, well-rounded and accountable young adults.

Curriculum

Educational opportunities extend beyond the classroom. Our curriculum includes the following enrichment opportunities:

CHAPEL
ATHLETICS
Fine Arts
School Leadership
Community Service

We pursue academic excellence through an emphasis on 21st century learning and critical thinking skills. Students participate in real-life learning experiences both in and outside of the classroom.

  • Reading
  • Creative writing
  • Public speaking
  • Critical thinking
  • Foreign language
  • Computation
  • Scientific analysis
  • Biblical integration
  • Fine arts
  • Computer technology
  • Leadership skills
  • Character development
  • Spiritual growth
  • Community service
  • Field trips

The Canterbury Difference

Our faculty & staff care intently about our students' course work and future career goals.
  • Provide an academic rigorous environment that allows each student to grow intellectually, spiritually, ethically, emotionally, socially and physically.
  • Develop self-esteem and a sense of fulfillment in each student.
  • Cultivate social and moral responsibility and genuine respect for others.
We apply the following elements to our program to engage our students in learning:

1. Innovative, experiential approach based on the concept of learning by application.

2. We expect the most from students with average to above-average academic abilities.

3. We remove competition as a major motivation and de-emphasize comparisons of students as a means of evaluation.

4. Comprehensive and specific feedback is provided to parents and students concerning skills mastered and areas that need improvement.

5. Incorporation of a rational discipline structure that excludes the use of corporal punishment or humiliation.

6. Physical education program that promotes fitness, healthy competition, teamwork and leadership.

by the numbers

College Acceptances

98%

of Canterbury graduates are accepted to 4-year institutions

We take pride in our challenging, college preparatory curriculum that develops strong character and challenges students to take leadership in our community. This is the Canterbury Difference and it shows in our graduates who are impacting in the world.

The Canterbury educational experience is structured to develop mastery of all subjects and develop in each student a life-long love of learning. Underlying this mission is the intention to cultivate both the mind and spirit of each student. Accordingly, a Canterbury Collegiate Academy education includes the development of moral understanding and an awareness of values and viewpoints beyond oneself.

We are Affiliated with the Following Organizations

Canterbury Collegiate Academy is fully accredited through the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and AdvancED.

We are affiliated with the following organizations:

Frequently asked questions

We provide a nurturing Christian environment that promotes academic, spiritual, physical and emotional growth. We take pride in knowing our families personally.

Our students begin their education at four years of age and continue through high school, giving us the opportunity to partner with families in preparing their children for higher education and beyond.

The spiritual component is a major distinctive of CCA. Our philosophy of education is rooted in the Kingdom Agenda worldview. 

Our core curriculum includes 21st century learning strategies focusing on language, science, mathematics, and technology.

Our enrichment programs include an emphasis on fine arts, music theory, technology, world languages and athletics.

The curriculum provides students with a well-rounded education that prepares them for future success in higher education and leadership as outstanding Christian professionals.

Canterbury Collegiate Academy is a ministry of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship.

CCA has access to the vast resources of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship.

CCA administers a national norm-reference achievement test to all new elementary, middle and high school students prior to acceptance.

Students may arrive as early as 7 am and stay as late as 6 pm.

There is an additional cost for elementary and middle school students. Learn more about our Before- and After-School Care program.

Before-School Care hours: 7:00 – 7:45 am

After-School Care hours: 3:30 – 6:00 pm

CCA was established in 1992.

CCA’s mission is to provide students of all ages a superior collegiate education in a nurturing Christian environment that enables them to reach their highest potential in life and apply a biblical worldview that impacts the culture.

CCA’s curriculum is developed to align with a biblical worldview and to meet state and national standards. We use a variety of Christian and challenging college preparatory curriculum resources that include Purposeful Design, Pearson, Core Knowledge, Scott-Foresman, Houghton-Mifflin-Harcourt, McGraw-Hill, and Abeka. We give specific attention to selecting materials that represent our students, that provide them with a rich knowledge-base, and that lend themselves to biblical, technological, and multi-disciplinary integration.

All students receive weekly instruction in the following courses:

  • Bible
  • Reading
  • Language arts
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Fine arts (choir, band, strings, dance)
  • Visual arts
  • Technology
  • Physical education
  • Spanish
  • Multiple co-curricular and enrichment opportunities

Students sharpen their mathematics and language arts skills through online adaptive lessons. They have access to 3D printing, computer labs, a robotics lab, Maker Space and zSpace. Middle and high school students use personal laptops to promote learning inside and outside of the traditional classroom setting.

Elementary: 7:45 am – 3:15 pm

Middle School: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm

High School: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm

Before-School Care: 7:00 – 7:45 am

After-School Care: 3:30 – 6:00 pm

Uniforms are required for all students enrolled at CCA (Grades K – 12).

Uniforms can be purchased online by visiting our online vendor, Lonestar Team Gear.

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