About Us

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Welcome to St. Cloud Christian Academy. We’ve put together some information here that anticipates and tries to briefly answer some of the questions you may have prior to visiting our school for the first time:


School colors: Tidal wave blue, silver, and white

School mascot: Sharks

School mascot name: Bruce


St. Cloud Christian Academy, as a ministry of St. Cloud Community Church, is dedicated to a Christ-centered philosophy of education. We believe that all we do is for God's glory so we value excellence in providing your child the following:

Quality Education in a Safe Environment 

We value an approach to education that is based on a Jesus-centered worldview. We teach our students age appropriate academic skills and critical thinking as well as commendable social skills so each one can thrive as an excellent and productive citizen. We recognize that each student has their own academic, social, and emotional strengths and weaknesses and we strive to meet those individual needs by focusing attention on learning habits and accomplishment based on truth, what is right, pure, lovely, admirable, and excellent. We offer teacher-directed, classrooms with student learning that results from study, practice, and application as well as reasoning, relating, and critical thinking.

Opportunities for Success

St. Cloud Christian Academy places a high priority on achievement. We want our students to be successful academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. Although your child does not have to be a Christian to attend SCCA, the Christian or Jesus-life will be modeled by our teachers and staff. That demonstrated lifestyle will, we hope, lead them to the Way of right living. Because we are a Christian school, our selected curriculum is fully integrated with Jesus' principles. So, in addition to learning Math, Science, Social Studies, Civics, English and Grammar, your child will also learn from the Bible. At St. Cloud Christian Academy we adopt the mission of our church: the community does not have to be a part of the church, but the church needs to be a part of the community. Accordingly, your child will have frequent opportunities to give back and minister to our community.