Elementary Program

Covenant Christian Academy’s Elementary program provides a holistic education that is centered on a biblical worldview for students. This approach to education not only focuses on academic excellence but also on the spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being of each student. Through a variety of hands-on experiences and projects, students are able to learn and apply the principles of their faith in real-world situations. The curriculum is designed to challenge and inspire students to think critically and creatively, while also instilling a love of learning. The program also provides opportunities for students to participate in service projects, mission trips, and other community outreach activities that help them develop a heart for serving others. Overall, the Covenant Christian Academy’s elementary program aims to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and character to succeed in their future endeavors and make a positive impact in the world.

Young children are naturally responsive to music and enjoy all types of musical experiences. The music program offers opportunities to explore and develop singing and performance skills through music. In addition to learning about and enjoying music, children develop listening skills, coordination, self-expression, emotional responses, and confidence through performance opportunities throughout the year.

Elementary students perform during Veteran’s Day, Grandparents’ Day, and Pastor Appreciation Day chapels.
Elementary students perform in various community service ministries
All Elementary students perform at the annual Christmas and Spring Programs.
All Elementary students perform an Easter-themed program during the school’s Spiritual Emphasis Week.

Covenant Christian Academy’s Library provides an environment where students and staff have access to a wide variety of books and materials in order to encourage a love of reading and life-long learning. Through stories, activities, and technology our program helps students recognize and utilize the many benefits that a library media center has to offer including: book browsing, book borrowing, reading for enjoyment, and searching for information. Our goal is to support, enhance, and enrich the curriculum as well as meet the needs and interests of our young students as they grow and develop along their journey of learning. Our students also participate in the Accelerated Reading program that enhances their independent reading skills.

The physical education program is scheduled for 30 minutes, 4 days a week for all elementary students.

Gross motor activities designed to develop large muscle groups dominate the physical education program. The development of physical fitness and coordination skills is also planned through activities.

Activities emphasizing running, jumping, hopping, skipping, and galloping, along with ball activities and organized games fill a class period. This plan develops individual skills to be used for organized sports. Emphasis is also placed on body awareness – how the body moves and functions.

The Elementary students use Rosetta Stone, an online program, to learn the fundamentals of the Spanish language. The program helps all types of learners to read, write, and speak Spanish. The program is offered twice a week.