Academics and intellectual pursuits are a priority from early childhood through graduation. Crenshaw Christian Academy is accredited by AdvancED and Alabama Independent School Association. The AISA’s President’s Award, honoring academic excellence in the Alabama Independent School Association, was presented to CCA for 1994-1995 and 2001-2005. Crenshaw Christian Academy has been a Blue-Ribbon Award winner with AISA since 2012.
The Abeka curriculum is taught in K-2 through 6th grade. The Glencoe math curriculum is taught in 4th through 6th grades in an effort to improve the math program. Both of these programs have an outstanding history of producing excellent reading, writing, and math skills. Science, social studies, and art studies are initiated early and are expanded throughout elementary grades. The AR reading program is a part of the curriculum in grades 1-8.
Junior and Senior high school students develop skills in language arts, science, social studies, and mathematics. They expand their horizons with elective courses such as honors English, physics, chemistry, anatomy, ACT prep, speech, pre-cal, calculus, earth science, physical science, and Spanish.
The electives prepare students for college and life experiences. In high school, we have geared our curriculum to prepare for college. Additionally, courses that are Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment offer students the option to earn college credit while still in high school, in addition to their school credit.
For the standard diploma, the required curriculum includes English (4), History (4), Science (4) and Math (4) through Algebra 2. The Advanced academic Diploma requires additional higher math and science, as well as two years of a foreign language.