Academics

  1. Language Arts: Phonics
  2. Language Arts: Reading
  3. Language Arts: Language Development
  4. Language Arts: Writing
  5. Language Arts: Poetry
  6. Numbers
  7. Developmental/Readiness Skills
  8. Bible
  9. Music
  10. Arts/Crafts
  1. Language Arts: Phonics
  2. Language Arts: Reading
  3. Language Arts: Language Development
  4. Language Arts: Writing
  5. Language Arts: Poetry
  6. Numbers
  7. Social Studies
  8. Science
  9. Developmental/Think and Learn Skills
  10. Bible
  11. Music
  12. Arts/Crafts
  1. Language and Compostion
  2. Spelling and Vocabulary
  3. Reading
  4. Math
  5. History
  6. Bible
  7. Science
  8. Cursive Handwriting
  9. Music
  10. Art
  11. Physical Education
1. The shift from elementary school academics to Middle School:

    • Cognitive readiness for college preparatory high school
    • Rigorous schedule with rotating classes
    • Low teacher/student ratio
    • English: Students are taught to love and appreciate literature.
    • Compositions and writing become more organized and develop under the emphasis of vocabulary and grammatical structure
    • Math: Intermediate math and pre-algebra will build a solid foundation on simpler concepts that prepare students for the complex concepts in high school
    • History, Science, Health: Students are prepared for advanced education in all these areas, learning the compatibility of faith and science as well as history

2. Emphasis on growth in all areas:

       

    • Educational field trips throughout the year
    • Exposure to a wide variety of interests such as performance, athletics, art, music, etc.
    • Clubs such as P31 (for girls, based on Proverbs 31) and ManUp (for boys) with practical teaching for real life issues
    • Advanced degreed teachers who take an interest in the growth of the whole student, not just academics
    • Weekly chapel geared for this age group
    • Preparation for standardized achievement tests with consistently high scores
    • Inter-scholastic sports including flag football, volleyball, and more
1. College preparatory classes include an honors track or diploma track:

    • Math: Algebra I & II, Consumer Math, Geometry, Calculus & Trigonometry, Business Statistics
    • Science: Biology, Matter & Energy, Chemistry, Physics, all with full laboratory sessions weekly
    • English: Literature, Grammar, Poetry, Spelling, Vocabulary, and Composition. Senior year includes research and analysis on career/profession interests and college investigation
    • History, Science, Health: Students are prepared for advanced education in all these areas, learning the compatibility of faith and science as well as history
    • Electives: Journalism, Art Studio, Performance Ensemble, Speech/Public Speaking, Life Skills, STEM/Computer Applications, Spanish

2. Emphasis on growth in all areas:
 

    • Clubs such as P31 (for girls, based on Proverbs 31) and ManUp (for boys) with practical teaching for real life issues
    • Advanced degreed teachers who take an interest in the growth of the whole student, not just academics
    • Field trips with a missions emphasis as well as yearly educational trips
    • Weekly chapel geared for this age group
    • Preparation for standardized achievement tests and ACT with consistently high scores
    • Inter-scholastic sports including flag football, volleyball, and more

Cross Creek Christian Academy

4105 Goodman Road

Olive Branch, MS. 38654

(662) 895-0525

(662) 874-6347 (Fax)

Member

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS

Cross Creek Christian Academy enrolls students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of educational, enrollment and scholarship policies, or school-managed programs.

Cross Creek Christian Academy

4105 Goodman Road

Olive Branch, MS. 38654

(662) 895-0525

(662) 874-6347 (Fax)

Member

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS

Cross Creek Christian Academy enrolls students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of educational, enrollment and scholarship policies, or school-managed programs.