Christ Presbyterian Academy is a private, coeducational, college-preparatory school for grades preschool through 12. The Academy provides transformational education through a Christian worldview and offers extensive programs to develop the diverse potential of each student.

Contact Information:
Lynn Isaacs
lynn.isaacs@cpalions.org

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Mission

Christ Presbyterian Academy, an educational ministry of Christ Presbyterian Church, assists Christian families in helping students come to know God, evaluate all knowledge and all life by His truth, and live transformed by His truth for His glory.

 


This Year at Christ Presbyterian Academy…

Current Students: 1,308
Graduates: 1,435
Zip Codes Represented: 36

Philosophy of Education: The Whole Child

At CPA, we focus on the unique design of each student and provide relevant and balanced curricular offerings to cultivate growth in the spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical, and creative areas of life.

The Process of Transformation through Education

The foundation of this transformation process is love for God and for each other. Our education process is cyclical in nature. At CPA, we cultivate a life-giving atmosphere for all. This atmosphere begins with pursuant love, authentic relationship, and reciprocal trust. As a life-giving atmosphere is cultivated, it facilitates shared experiences essential to the growth and maturity of faithful servants of God. Each experience is an opportunity for discovery and rediscovery of who God is and how to engage with Him in all things.

As students share an array of critical experiences, CPA instructors seek to prepare students to be culture shapers by teaching 21st century skills. While we focus on our processes, we also trust the Holy Spirit to ultimately refine our students’ character in Christ, and develop traits such as courage, humility, integrity, and empathy.

Service Learning

Service is an integral part of everyday learning at the Academy. Service learning, is a teaching method that combines meaningful service to the community with curriculum-based learning. There are many opportunities for students to serve organizations in the city of Nashville. Last year students spent time working with Habitat for Humanity, Boys and Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee, Monroe Harding, Room in the Inn, Graceworks, Charis Ministries, Hands On Nashville, Thriftsmart, End Slavery Tennessee, Ronald McDonald House, Refugee Hope, Youth Encouragement Services at St. Luke’s, Catholic Charities, and more.

CPA is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). CPA also holds membership in Independent Schools in the Nashville Area (ISNA).

 

Community Website: http://www.cpalions.org


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