Christian Academy has been nationally recognized as a Blue Ribbon School

 

We are pleased to announce that we have been recognized once again as one of the best academic schools in the nation. On Thursday, September 24, the U.S. Department of Education presented the English Station High School with a Blue Ribbon of Excellence award as an Exemplary High Performing School. This year, we were one of nine private high schools in the nation to receive this award and one of two high schools in Louisville.

This is the second time that our English Station High School has received this award. Our Rock Creek Elementary and English Station Middle Schools have also received Blue Ribbon of Excellence Awards. However, since all our schools enjoy the same curriculum, passionate teachers and dedicated students, we understand that these same standards and values are consistent throughout our campuses and all should feel part of this recognition.

In light of this award, we also know that our mission – to  develop students with a heart for God, growing in wisdom, stature and in favor – is the foundation that makes such achievements possible. The academic levels of this award affirm that, when our teachers and students understand they have a higher purpose in school, we can truly achieve the highest God-given potential for our students.

Please join us in congratulating our English Station High School principals, faculty and staff, as well as the leadership, teachers and staff of all of our campuses as we share this award together.

In the most challenging circumstances, we are honored that God continues to bless our schools in amazing ways and we will continue to put Him first in all we do.

Grateful for Mr. Tim Greener, Superintendent

For 22 years, we have been blessed to have Tim Greener as our Superintendent. We are grateful for the legacy he has left on our schools and on Christian education throughout this country. We will miss his smile and his heart for the Lord and wish him all the best in his next journey in God’s service.

Christian Academy Back-to-School

We are excited about gathering students, teachers and staff on our campuses! We are planning for a traditional school year and will work with our governors and health departments to find the best balance of exceptional education opportunities with safety for all.

Across the Christian Academy School System, information regarding the start of school will be sent to families next week. The email you receive from your child’s/children’s school(s) will provide the instructions you need to prepare to start school. The email will include important information, schedules and deadlines for forms collection as well as links to all pertinent documents. Please promptly complete and submit the required forms in Facts Family Portal. Please know that any missing forms or incomplete data could delay your child’s start of school.

Click here for a short message from Superintendent-elect, Darin Long.

We look forward to welcoming our students back to school. Please join us in praying for a productive and peaceful school year for our students, families and staff.

The Bible tells us we are to love our neighbor as ourselves. And that we are ALL made in the image of God.

So God created mankind in His own image…(Genesis 1:27) We are all made in the image of God. Our Creator purposely made us with differences and uniqueness to show His true reflection.

For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. (Romans 3:23) Unfortunately, mankind takes what God created as beautiful and manipulates it into the ugly realities of racial and cultural biases with a focus on differences and fracturing.

This is how God showed His love among us: He sent His one and only Son into the world that we might live through Him. (1 John 4:9) Even with mankind’s sin, God has not turned away but instead sent Jesus for every one of us.

Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old, he will not depart from it. (Proverbs 22:6) Christian Academy is more than a school that delivers academic content. We have a mission to support our families in teaching children to look at every part of life through a biblical worldview. We pledge to keep conversations about racial equality going in our classrooms, in our curriculum, and our system processes.

And Jesus said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And the second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. (Matthew 22:37-39) We ask that our families join our faculty and staff in prayer for healing, in embracing real dialogue even when it’s uncomfortable, to become involved in our communities and local churches, and to find ways to serve our neighbors. Racial reconciliation can be achieved if we strive to make our world united as God intended.