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Your child's education

What to expect

Common questions

The ultimate purpose of education at Coral Park Christian Academy is to glorify God. We do this through the following functional objectives:

  • Provide students with an educational environment that will foster opportunity to become well-balanced, Christ-like persons through proper cognitive, physical, social and spiritual development.
  • Encourage students in the development of wholesome Christian attitudes and values by example and by design.
  • Broaden the students’ worldview through a Christ-centered curriculum that recognizes all truth is from God.
  • Instill in students a sense of responsibility for their own continued spiritual and intellectual growth.
  • Lead students to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ (Mt. 16:26).
  • Train students to know and to do the will of God (Ps. 16:8; Mt. 26:39).
  • Convince students to stand firm for biblical principles (Ps. 119:46; Prov. 1:10).
  • Teach students self-discipline through submission to God and all other authority (Rom. 13:1; Heb. 13:7; Ps. 40:8). 

We care about your child’s education and faith

As a ministry of the Primera Iglesia Bautista de Coral Park, Coral Park Christian Academy was established in 1989 with the purpose of providing an education based on Christian ideals and principles with high scholastic standards. As a result, the school maintains a close, harmonious relationship with the church. The school maintains a Preschool, elementary and middle school and is open to the general public regardless of race, color, or gender. We believe the Word of God is profitable for salvation, doctrine, correct living and instruction in righteousness (II Timothy 3:16).

Where are we located?

At the website’s footer, we have a map and some directions to get to us. For more information, please contact us by  phone 305.559.9409 or e-mail at mainoffice@coralparkchristian.org

What to expect?

 

Coral Park Christian Academy is designed to give our students the necessary foundation to live out God’s plan for their lives. Every student is different. Some students desire to enter the work force immediately after high school. Other students desire to pursue a technical education. Most students aspire to enter college. Whichever direction a student believes God wants him/her to take, our school is committed to giving him/her a good

What do we believe and teach?

  • The Bible is the inspired word of God and is able to cultivate our abilities and meet our needs.
  • The Bible is the core of our educational process and curriculum.
  • Each child has infinite worth and value with unique abilities and needs.
  • CPCA will strive to promote an environment of educational excellence.
  • CPCA will emphasize the worth of the individual and the eternal values of God.
  • CPCA will provide a quality education in a Christian environment.
  • The learning experiences will be individualized to the best of the school’s abilities.
  • CPCA will work with parents to enhance the learning experience for each child.
  • CPCA will provide children with learning materials that meet the cognitive and developmental needs of each child.
  • CPCA will motivate children to learn as well as enhance their self-image and self-esteem.
  • CPCA will provide a quality education in a Christian environment.

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Is there anything else I need to know?

Elementary and Middle School

  1. All students entering K5 must be 5 years old by October 1st. All students entering 1st grade must be 6 years old by October 1st. These guidelines are the policy of Coral Park Christian Academy.
  2. All new students will be tested by Coral Park Christian Academy prior to admission. There is a $70.00 testing fee.
  3. Each family must complete an Enrollment package acknowledging financial commitment, annual fees and important policy and procedures.
  4. All new and returning students are REQUIRED to have a current physical and updated record of immunization. These health records will be kept on file in the school upon registration. Students will not be allowed to enter Coral Park Christian Academy until these records are received.
  5. Each family must present the student’s latest achievement test results (S.A.T. or equivalent) and the last report card issued to the student by the previous school.
  6. A satisfactory conduct report from the student’s previous school must be presented.
  7. Students whose entrance exam scores are below grade level may:
  • be required to repeat a grade or
  • be recommended for summer school.