Covenant Classical Academy exists to assist parents in their covenant responsibility to train their children to love the LORD their God with their whole heart, mind, soul, and strength.
We strive to develop covenant minds in young Christian boys and girls using proven classical methods, implemented within the framework of a consistent Biblical worldview. Our goal is to prepare them for their place in the battle for truth, goodness and beauty. We seek to equip our students with the tools needed to take dominion in every area of creation over which Christ asserts His Kingship in an environment of academic excellence.
Covenant Classical Academy was established in 1997 as a private, Christian school committed to providing a biblically-based, classical education to young people in the primary and secondary grade levels. Education at CCA is intended to be inherently different in both philosophy and content than that offered in the state and many Christian schools.
CCA strives to operate as a servant to the family based on the premise that the education of young people is the responsibility of parents, the immediate family and the Church, rather than the prerogative of the state. CCA provides a biblically-based curriculum and teaches subjects as parts of an integrated whole with the Scriptures at the center.
Louisville's Only Full-Time Classical Christian School
Join us on Saturday October 3 from 10am - 3pm for our 2nd Annual Fall Festival & Market! Visit the website often to see schedule of events, sponsors and vendors. Thank you to our corporate sponsors:
Sherry's Alterations & More
Abundant Tree Care Services
First KY Securities Corp., Tyler Current
Pro Auto Care
Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt
The Smocking Shop
Bailey Remodeling & Construction
Please click on the Fall Festival Logo above to visit the festival website for a full list of vendors and sponsors.
The entire object of true education is to make people not merely do the right things, but enjoy the right things— not merely industrious, but to love industry—not merely learned, but to love knowledge—not merely pure, but to love purity—not merely just, but to hunger and thirst after justice.