Our Pre-Kindergarten program for 3 and 4 year olds focuses on etiquette, socialization, letter recognition, phonemic awareness, fine motor skills development, and learning that God loves His creation.
TCAL Kindergarten prepares students to be life long readers. Our program focuses on phonemic awareness, penmanship skills, developing number-sense, learning to express emotions, developing self-control, and understanding that God has created them for a special purpose.
The elementary years (1st – 6th grade) are the foundational years of learning. During this time students are building a database of information in their brains so that they can access it later to think critically. TCAL takes advantage of this natural developmental stage to instill a love of life long learning in our students.
With a focus on analysis and developing critical thinking skills, TCAL Junior High students (7th-8th grade) will be prepared to take on the rigors of high school. Students spend time serving their community, diving into literature and science, learning logical approaches to advanced math, and dissecting history to better prepare for the future.
The Christian Academy of Louisiana has chosen to partner with Liberty University’s Online Academy for our high school students (9th-12th grade). Blended learning takes the best of traditional education and technology to create an environment where students are the best prepared to succeed in today’s marketplace.
High School students have the chance to earn up concurrent college credit by taking dual enrollment courses. It is possible to graduate high school with an associates degree!
Juniors and Seniors will take an annual trip to Italy for an experiential in-depth study program in historical locations around Rome including the ANGELICUM (Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas).
High School students will interface with engineers from local industries who are experts in their respective fields. These engineers will help educate and train our students in a face-to-face classroom environment for an additional professional level of practical education.
The TCAL mentorship program inducts 7th and 8th graders into four "houses" called Matthew, Mark Luke and John. These houses act as mentor and study groups during the year working together to foster teamwork, servanthood, and camaraderie. Houses participate in an annual all-school competition to compete for the right to hold the "Winners’ Cup" or "Holy Grail" in their House for a full year.