CCA Class of 2019 College Scholarship Calculator
14 Graduates
Total Amount of college Scholarship Awards
$1,145,336
Average per Graduate - $80,809.71

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About Capital Christian Academy
Capital Christian Academy International School of Science, Engineering, Technology & The Arts (CCA)  inspires students to excellence in academics, the arts, and athletics.  With small, structured class sizes and an academic dream team of experienced, college-degreed instructors, CCA strives to develop young men and women of moral integrity who will be responsible leaders and citizens in a diverse and ever-­changing world.

Having established a benchmark of 100% college acceptance, CCA prepares students for the academic demands of higher education, while also ensuring that each Red Storm Scholar develops his or her own moral compass in preparation for increased independence at college.

This genuine emphasis on developing the whole person – head and heart, intellect and character – is deeply embedded in our school mission and culture.

CCA is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Commissions of Elementary Schools and Secondary Schools.

Welcome to Capital Christian Academy!

April Richardson, Juris Doctor
George Washington University
School of Law
Director, Of Counsel
Capital Christian Academy
Will Purcell, Juris Doctor
Howard University
School of Law
Board Chair, Dean of Students
Capital Christian Academy

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On and Off the Field
Congratulations to Red Storm Class of 2018 Graduates on earning scholarships - both academic and athletic - to continue their careers at the collegiate level. 

We are proud to share that Shanell Haskins, who will graduate in May 2019, has received a full scholarship to attend D-1 Lafayette College.

Stay tuned for more commitments from CCA's Class of 2019.

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Jataevean McLean
St. Vincent University
Football
Tania Hill
UMBC
​Women's Basketball
Randolph Saunders
St, Andrews University
​Football
Josef Davis
Averett College
Football
Fope Okuyiga
Roberts Wesleyan University
Men's Basketball
Shanell Haskins, Class of 2019
Lafayette College
Received Full D-1 Scholarship
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Mark Your Red Storm Calendars ​!

June 1  Saturday SAT (Registration Deadline – May 3)

June 8  Saturday ACT (Registration Deadline – May 3)

June 17 Monday - Summer STEM and Basketball Camps Start

June 18  Tuesday - Final Year Report Cards Issued

Class of 2019 College Acceptance & Scholarship Update
Congratulations to Capital Christian Academy's Class of 2019
100% College Acceptance
$1,145,336 in College Scholarships (and counting)
$81,809.71  - Per Student College Scholarship Average

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Michael Egbuwoku
Hofstra University, Mary Baldwin College, Washington Adventist University, West Virginia Wesleyan University  
Academic Scholarships: $80,000-Mary Baldwin College, $76,000-West Virginia Wesleyan University,
$24,000-Washington Adventist University

Parris Brandon
York College of Pennsylvania, Salisbury University  
Academic Scholarship: $12,000-York College

Jordan Hamlin
George Mason University

Imani Parker
Lincoln University

Josiah Gill
McDaniel College
  Academic Scholarship: $114,000

Shanell Haskins
Lafayette College
Full Division-1 Athletic Scholarship: $275,520

Jabari Harris
University of Virginia Lynchburg

Tenise Quick
Delaware State University, New England University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Academic Scholarship: $92,000-New England University

Emmanuel Oyegbade
Finlandia University, New England University, Washington Adventist University
  Academic Scholarships: $116,000-New England College $24,000-Washington Adventist University,
$22,000-Finlandia University

Bria Wadley
St. Augustine's University, Lincoln University, Voorhees College

Kolpanhabotr Phat
Montgomery College

Ronald A. Smith, III
Bethune-Cookman University, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, Coppin State University,
Delaware State University, Lincoln University, Xavier University of Louisiana  
Academic Scholarships: $144,816-United States Military Grant, $8,000-Delaware State University 

Nicholas Wiggs
  College Acceptance: Albright College, Barry University, Delaware State University, Penn State University,
Virginia Commonwealth University, Whittenburg University
Academic Scholarships: $68,000-Whittenburg University, $50,000-Barry University,
$32,000-Albright College, $8,000-Delaware State University

 Armon Williams
College of Southern Maryland ​

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Capital Christian's Mission

The Storm Vision

Our Mission Statement:
CCA develops the whole student by instilling Christian values, knowledge, and skills to become a God-loving, independent, self-reliant, lifelong learner with strength of character to make positive contributions in our ever-changing world.

Our Vision:
CCA aims to lead and nurture students from middle school through twelfth grade into spiritually, emotionally mature Christians who are academically prepared with a Biblical worldview that propels them to be leaders in their families, their careers and in their houses of worship.
Our Core Values
Academic Growth
Capital Christian Academy seeks the following:
1. To create in the student an awareness of God’s supreme authority over all creation
2. To provide a Christ-centered education
3. To provide the student with high academic standards maintained by a challenging and accelerated curriculum
4. To teach the student the fundamental processes used in communicating: such as reading, writing, speaking, listening and mathematics
5. To provide state of the art technological skills
6. To encourage an appreciation for the fine arts and to provide an opportunity to express gifts and talents in this area
7. To motivate the student to recognize and develop his or her innate gifts and talents to his/her greatest potential
8. To develop a work ethic mandated by God’s Word


Spiritual Growth
Capital Christian Academy seeks the following:
1. To teach the Word of God as truth and to understand and apply Christian principle as the foundation for learning
2. To encourage students to respect and love God’s Word
3. To integrate Christian faith into all academic disciplines
4. To foster emotional and physical well-being in a safe, loving, structured, and Godly environment
5. To equip the student to discern worldviews that are not based on God’s Word
6. To encourage the development of a servant’s heart directed toward home, community, and church
7. To serve the Christian home and be an evangelical outreach to non-Christian families
8. To guide the student in knowing, comprehending, and applying the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith in order to apply them to all future life decisions
9. To nurture the students’ relationship with God in such a way that they will know His will for their life

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?Why Choose CCA
  • CCA offers affordable tuition payment options to fit your budget
  • With more Ph.D.'s on staff than any private school in the region, CCA's academic program ranks among the elite in the area
  • CCA students will achieve higher SAT scores than their peers at other schools thanks to CCA's
In-School SAT prep courses, twice-yearly Mock SAT and Weekend SAT Boot Camps
      CCA students have earned 100% college acceptance
CCA's Early College Program offers dual enrollment at both Lancaster Bible College and PGCC
CCA's University Transition Program fosters relationships with colleges and universities across America
CCA students benefit from Chapel classes, discussions and lectures taught from a Biblical worldview
CCA's athletics program is amongst the best and most respected in the region