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You Don't Want to Miss This Fresh, Fun Musical!

First and foremost, I would like to thank the faculty, staff, and families of Covenant Christian Academy for warmly welcoming me into your community. As I embark on my inaugural musical with CCA, I am overwhelmed by the support and love showered on...

The Ideal School for Academics, Athletes, and Artists

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Art education is proven to foster creativity, confidence, and critical thinking in students as well as boost their academic achievement. Unfortunately, budget pressures and an increased focus on standardized...

What Are You Trusting God For?

Almost one year ago, the world came to an abrupt halt. Shelter in place? Air droplets? What’s a Zoom, and how does that work? If you know me at all, you know I’m a planner. I like to know what’s coming so I can prepare for it. Organization and order...

Summer Thriving:  Let's Learn About Land Art

For as long as I can remember, I have loved art.  As a young child, I would draw for hours.  I grew up in a somewhat unique environment.  My parents were missionaries in a small village in Botswana, Africa.  God’s inspiring creation was all around...

Summer Thriving- The Beloved Julie Andrews

“Supercalafragalisticexpealadocious.” (Mary Poppins)

Julie Andrews is timeless.  She was born in 1935 in England.  She began acting and singing as a child. Her lifetime resume includes performances on Broadway, television and film.  She is...

Spring Musical Showcase

Every spring, our school produces a Broadway musical.  It’s a beautiful time of celebrating the talents of our students both on and off the stage.  I am always amazed at the skill level of the students.  The students worked hard all year in...

In a World Where Anything Goes

In a world where Anything Goes…

In just a few weeks, months of preparation and hard work will come to life on the CCA stage with our production of Cole Porter’s Anything Goes. When it premiered in 1934, our country had fallen on hard times, and we...

Shakespeare's The Tempest: Director's Note

The heart of any great work of art or literature is its ability to communicate, reflect, and comment on the human experience. Playwright Oscar Wilde once wrote, “I regard theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a...

Auditioning: What I Learned When I Didn't Get the Part

I first fell in love with acting in CCA’s 7th grade drama class. I was so excited to perform in the play. I was even more excited to have found my passion. I continued to do several plays, summer shows, and drama classes. I soon began anticipating...

The Easiest Way to Help Children Memorize Scripture

Your word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You. –Psalm 119:11

At the end of each school day, the pre-grammar music room turns into the game room for the after school students. I hear snippets of the students’ day, answer...