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Vision Statement

Educate Every Student Every Day, in Every Way to ensure college, career, and citizenship readiness to compete and lead in a global society.

Core Values

Missions & Community Service

  • We are an educational ministry whose primary core value is to share the gospel and teach our students to do so and to serve one another, the community, and the world. Our “Will You Make a Difference” theme is used school-wide to challenge our staff and students to develop projects that help our community and the world.


  • Understanding that God is worthy of worship in everything we do, we are preparing all of our students to be lifetime worshippers, using all of their gifts to glorify God.

Christian Community 

  • Creating a “church family” community through missions, trips, retreats, clubs, small groups, Bible classes, and discipleship, we will teach God’s truth through mentor and peer relationships.

Safe Learning Environment

  • We will create a safe, healthy, inclusive, and loving environment through biblical affirmation, advocacy, and discipline.

Customer Service

  • Acknowledging that we are a business and that families and their children are our customers, we will do everything we can to serve them better without compromising biblical and professional ethics.

Student Outcomes

Cumberland Christian Academy Students will:

  • Read at the appropriate grade level

  • Write and speak clearly as a means to express their ideas

  • Demonstrate the appropriate math skills for their grade level

  • Understand the general history of Georgia, the United States, and the world

  • Understand the science of God’s creation and how to apply the scientific method of investigation

  • Demonstrate growth in their academic ability from year to year in a measurable way

  • Learn successfully in a variety of  methods whether in-person, independently, or online

  • Apply a variety of technology skills to create presentations that communicate learning

  • Collaborate productively with their peers in various academic and extracurricular activities.

  • Utilize critical thinking skills to create meaning from that knowledge in new and diverse situations

  • Develop effective communication skills

  • Know the basic tenants of the gospel and the pathway to salvation and a biblical worldview

  • Identify themselves as leaders by virtue of their Christian character and influence on others around them

  • Experience a sense of worship in chapel services

  • Participate in school athletic, academic, and/or artistic extra-curricular activities

  • Attend the educational institution, military, or career training that is the best fit for them academically, artistically, financially, and spiritually

  • Participate in various community service or mission projects within their community


Our Mission and Purpose

Learn by providing a wide range of educational options utilizing in-person learning, independent study, online tutorial programs, dual enrollment, as well as English language learner support.

Innovate by implementing enrichment opportunities such as STEM, technology in the classrooms, Performing and Visual Arts, and Athletic Development.

Fuse the 4C’s of 21st Century Education (Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, and Critical Thinking) into the daily curriculum taught from pre-kindergarten through high school graduation.

Elevate students by building leadership capacity through Christian development of discipline, character, responsibility, and service to the community.

Our Philosophy

Cumberland Christian Academy is an independent Christian school founded on the truth that the ultimate goal of all creation is to bring glory and honor to the triune God of the universe. The Holy Scripture says, “For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To Him be the glory forever! Amen.” (Romans 11:36) This verse teaches that since God is the source and accomplisher, the goal of all created things is His glory. Therefore, mankind’s and CCA’s ultimate purpose is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. (Genesis 1:26-27; 1 Corinthians 10:31)

We glorify God by obeying His Word. The Bible teaches that man was created in God’s own image and commanded to occupy the earth and have dominion over it. (Genesis 1:27-28) However, when Adam and Eve chose to sin, they destroyed their relationship with God and their ability to think and act as God intended. We inherit a sinful heart from Adam.  (1 Corinthians 15:21-22)

God provided a solution by sending His son, Jesus Christ, to earth to die for mankind’s sins. By repenting and placing our faith in Him, we can be saved from judgment, cleansed from sin, and restored to a right relationship with God. Now, guided by His Word and filled with the Holy Spirit, we can properly relate to God and manage the earth as He intended. The purpose of Christian education is to impart these and similar truths so that every student knows the reality of who they are and God’s plan for what they are to become. (1 John 4:14, 1:7; John 3:16; Ephesians 5:18)

Cumberland Christian Academy is a Christian educational ministry with full authority to minister the gospel, conduct missions, conduct worship services, and minister the historic sacraments of the faith under the direction of its elders (The Board, Head of School, Executive Director) and its deacons (The Leadership Team). The school exists, within the context of its mission and purpose statements, to support Christian families and activate students to be vital participants in other gospel ministries, especially local churches. 

Because of our Christian ministry philosophy, CCA’s overarching goals are to nurture and challenge students to:

  • know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord (John 17:3)

  • adopt a biblical worldview (Psalm 111:10)

  • love one another as themselves (Matthew 22:37-39)

  • achieve academic excellence (Colossians 3:23)

  • grow into Christ-likeness as they mature spiritually, emotionally, socially, and physically (Luke 2:52)

  • evangelize and make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:19-20)

In order that they may bring glory to God by serving our Lord and others through their character, spiritual integrity, and leadership (1 Corinthians 10:31).

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