FAQ


Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is an average class size?

A.   18-22

Q. What are the school hours?

A.   School begins at 8:20 and ends at 2:30 (K5), 2:45 (1st-6th), 3:09 (7th-12th)

Q. How old does my child have to be in order to be enrolled at CCA?

A.   We accept infants to 12th grade

       5K Students must be 5 by Sept. 15th to enroll in Kindergarten (no exceptions)
Q. Do you offer summer programs?

A.   Cramerton Christian Summer C.A.M.P. (Creating A Million Possibilities) – cost is $ 30 a day. New students will schedule a tour, (returning campers do not have come for a tour), fill out registration and pay fees.  Activities:  field trips, science experiments, crafts, cooking, and swimming

Q. Do you take students mid-year?

 A.   Yes, new students locating to the area will be admitted as needed.

Q. Does CCA offer extended care?

 A.   Yes 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. – Cost is $ 3/hour

Q. What is the cost of tuition?

 A.   5K – $ 4,000.00/yr.; 1st-6th grades – $ 4,300.00/yr; 7th – 12th grades $ 4,800.00/yr.

Q. Do CCA Students wear uniforms?

 A.   We have a dress code.  Girls:  Loose fitting polo shirts, button up oxford or dress blouses and khaki, navy, black or denim skirts or khaki, navy, gray, or black cotton twill slacks. Boys:  Polos, oxford or dress shirts and jeans or navy, black, or gray khaki style pants.

Q. How do I start the application process?

 A.   Call 704-824-2849 to schedule a tour of our campus.  We would love to share with you the opportunities for your child at CCA.

Q. What curriculum does CCA use?

 A.   We use two Bible based curriculums from Bob Jones Press and A Beka

Q. Is CCA accredited?

 A.   Has been through NPSA.  We will be pursuing accreditation through NCCSA during 2015-2016.

Q. What is the percentage of students who are accepted and attend college?

 A.   14 of 17 Students enrolled in Scholars Program

        82% of Class of 2014 enrolled in higher education, 65% pursued a 4 year college, and 18% pursued a 2 year college.

Q. What are some colleges CCA students attend after graduation?

 A.   Appalachian State Univ., Belmont Abbey College, Bob Jones Univ., CPCC, East Carolina Univ., Gardner Webb, Gaston College, Liberty Univ., North Carolina State University, North Greenville University, Pensacola Christian College, Southeastern FWB College, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Yale Univ.