Make Discipleship Possible

At the heart of our academy is the goal of discipleship. We want every student that passes through our doors to experience the love of Jesus, know who they are in Christ, and share the good news confidently in the world.

Although there is a cost to attend CCAcademy, it does not nearly cover expenses. We have visions to continually grow and improve as a ministry but with these dreams comes more cost.

Will you partner with us to disciple?

Wondering about our $12 x 12 campaign?

It's simple.

For $12 you can support a class of 12 disciples for a calendar year. 


This small amount over a long period of time gives us the ability to dreamcast how CCAcademy can best equip our students to impact first our commmunity and then the world for Christ. 

Operating Costs
These donations ensure the Academy will be here to offer Christ-filled environments and academic excellence to present and future students. 

School Improvement
This includes:

- classroom furniture
- technology devices & curriculum
- playspaces (indoor & outdoor)
- service opportunities for our students
- interactive learning 
- field trips
- arts programming (music, theatre, art, etc)
- expansions
- exceptional children resources

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Make Discipleship Possible

Financial hardship is a reality for many of our families. Although we keep our tuition and fees as low as possible, it is still too high for many of our families to be able to reach on their own. 

We see ourselves more as a ministry than a fee-based institution and as such we never want money to be the barrier between a child and a Christian education.

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Our story

Carolina Christian Academy was founded over ten years ago when a mom and educator, Crystal Rumfelt, wanted more for her children. She wanted to know her children would be in a school environment that not only allowed prayer and God but that biblical truths were the foundation everything else built upon. In this small rural community, there was not a Christian education within reasonable driving distance. She prayed and God continually pressed upon her the need for Christian education in the area. She wanted to hold the students of Carolina Christian Academy to a high standard, morally and academically. 

What Crystal began over ten years ago is now flourishing as a K-5 academic learning environment with a vision to continue through middle school.