Concord First Assembly School
cfa Academy serves a diverse population. In 2014, 120 churches were represented within the student body. The students come from surrounding cities such as Concord, Kannapolis, and Charlotte, and many neighboring counties including Cabarrus, Rowan, Iredell, Mecklenburg, Stanley and Union County. The administration and pastoral staff believe that encouraging the admission of students from other areas and backgrounds provide a good opportunity to minister to the multitudes.
It is the mission of cfa Academy to provide Christ-centered excellence in Academics, Arts, and Athletics while declaring God's power to the next generation one student at a time.
cfa Academy uses a variety of curricula to comprise its academics, including A Beka, Bob Jones, Saxon, Rosetta Stone, Cengage, Houghton Mifflin, Glencoe, and Prentice Hall. In the high school, a college-preparatory curriculum is taught in the traditional classroom setting under the leadership of certified teachers. High school students are required to take 4 units of English, 4 units of mathematics, 4 units of Bible, 3 units of science, 3 units of social sciences, 1 unit each of health/PE and computer, and 3 units of electives for a total of 23 units for graduation. Advanced Placement and honors classes are also available for students. cfa Academy students regularly score above state and national averages on achievement and college entrance tests.
Many scholarships have been awarded to students who have graduated from cfa Academy. Class of 2013 graduates were accepted to several prestigious universities, including Duke University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Wake Forest University, University of Virginia, and Georgia Tech. It is also believed that graduates of First Assembly are equipped spiritually to cope with problems faced in life.
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