Preparing for college is important; preparing for life is indispensable. At Meridian we prepare our scholars for life through a Biblical Worldview, while equipping them to flourish academically, socially, and emotionally. We achieve our purpose through partnership between the school and the family. Our aim is to build a firm educational foundation. When you partner with Meridian Christian Academy, your scholar will experience a high-quality education that meets the needs of the whole child.
WHY CHOOSE MCA?
Meridian utilizes a unique academic approach in educating students; we aim to teach the student not teach a curriculum. While we use a curriculum for guided learning, we employ a variety of teaching modalities and techniques to reach each student. Our program cultivates a love for learning and produces critical thinkers.
At Meridian, we believe parents are their children’s primary educators. We partner with parents for their students; moral, spiritual and academic training.
We believe that Jesus Christ is the one and only Son of God, who died for our sins and rose from the dead; that the Bible is the inspired Word of God; that every person is a sinner who falls short of the glory of God; that there is nothing a person can do on his or her own merit to earn eternal life; that the forgiveness of sins, the promise of eternal life, and the empowering of the Holy Spirit are available to those who accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, and believe He will return to earth to reign forever.
TO JOIN US!
To find out more about how Meridian Christian Academy can meet your family’s educational needs, call us for an informational meeting at (407) 730-3470.
Meridian utilizes a unique academic approach in educating students; we aim to teach the student not teach a curriculum. Meridian Christian Academy utilizes the Abeka curriculum, which reflects the best in scholarship, practicality, and scriptural fidelity, that produces academic excellence.
Meridian Christian Academy aims to teach all students to read successfully through intensive phonics instruction. MCA students learn how Phonics, Spelling, Vocabulary, Penmanship, Reading, Grammar, and Composition go together. The goal is for each student to read with comprehension and write with understanding.
Chapel serves to introduce students to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Students participate in a dynamic worship experience through singing praise songs and hearing Bible-based messages.
·Beautifully Me (mentoring & development program for girls)
·Gentlemen's Club (mentoring & development program for boys)
·American Sign Language
· Home Economics
· Performing Arts
· Physical Education
· Reading Club
· Spelling Bee Club