EARLY LEARNING AT A GLANCE
Our Pre-Kindergarten program for 2 through 4-year-olds focuses on etiquette, socialization, letter recognition, phonemic awareness, fine motor skills development, and learning that God loves His creation. We realize that we are all created in God’s image. Our curriculum is diverse, meeting the needs of each child where they are.
- Stanford Writing Road to Reading
CAL 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.
LOWER SCHOOL AT A GLANCE
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. CAL takes advantage of this natural developmental stage to instill a love of life-long learning in our students.
- Abeka Math (non-common core)
- Abeka and BJU Press for History
- The Spanish Class
- CAL Bible
- CAL Etiquette
With a focus on analysis and developing critical thinking skills, CAL 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.
- Analytical Grammar
- Abeka and Saxon Math (non-common core)
- Abeka and BJU Press Science
- Abeka History
- CAL Etiquette
- CAL Bible
UPPER SCHOOL AT A GLANCE
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.
- Students are challenged academically through a nationally accredited curriculum.
- Upon completion of the course work, students meet or exceed the requirements to receive the TOPS University Pathway scholarships.
- Students have the option to take college courses in high school (Dual Enrollment Courses) that count for both high school credits and college credits.
- Etiquette courses equip students to successfully navigate job interviews, formal business meetings, dinners with potential clients or supervisors, and to dress appropriately for every circumstance.
- Bible classes, along with the overall curriculum, provide students with a biblical worldview that is so desperately needed in our world today.