Academic Overview

The academic programs of Central Fellowship Christian Academy are based upon the belief that a Bible-based, Christ-centered education is the very best education that parents can provide for their children. Therefore, the academic programs have been developed to provide high quality academic instruction in an environment where prayer, Bible study and Christian textbooks are the norm.

Central Fellowship Christian Academy offers a challenging academic program designed for students with average and above average academic ability. Students are admitted on the basis of past academic achievement; individual counseling and test scores to insure that those enrolled sincerely desire a Christian education and are capable of achieving in a program designed for academic excellence.

Christian Curriculum

The curriculum for high school students consists of a combination of Christian publishers - Abeka and Bob Jones Press. The curriculum is evaluated annually by the faculty and administration to ensure the best possible curriculum for our students.

Testing Programs

The Stanford Achievement Test and the Otis-Lennon School Ability Test will be given to students in grades 1– 9 in the spring of each year. Results will be sent to parents with the final report cards. The PSAT will be administered to 10th and 11th graders. The 11th and 12th graders must sign up to take the SAT through college or the ACT through 11th graders must take the ACT or SAT to advance to 12th grade.

Grading and Report Cards

Grades are reported to parents at the end of each nine weeks. Progress reports will be posted on Info Direct and an email will be sent to notify parents. Parents are encouraged to enroll in Info Direct to monitor daily assignments and grades.
The grading system is as follows:  A = 90 – 100 B = 80 – 89 C = 70 – 79 F = 69 and below

Graduation Requirements

Central Fellowship Christian Academy is primarily a college preparatory institution and requires the successful completion of an academic program that meets or exceeds the requirements of the state of Georgia for entrance into four-year college systems. Students graduating from Central Fellowship Christian Academy are required to have 24 credits accumulated from the ninth through the twelfth grade, with a 2.0 cumulative GPA. Credits are earned on a semester average (1/2 credit per semester). Because this is a Christian school, each student must be enrolled in a Bible class each year and must meet the school’s community service requirements. Students are required to take the SAT or the ACT, and all accounts are paid in full in order to graduate. Walking at graduation requires a minimum of 24 credits.