The Kindergarten program at Victory Christian Academy uses a combination of traditional phonics and hands-on experiences for a balanced academic approach. The children work on their numbers, letters, social skills, scripture memory, and also have a weekly cooking time. The A Beka curriculum is used to lay a solid phonetic foundation which enables our children to read by the end of the year. Basic math principals of adding, subtracting, and story problems are also learned in preparation for first grade.

Kindergarten is held from 8am to 2:10pm, Monday through Friday.


Continuing to build upon the strong foundation of the early childhood grades, the elementary curriculum challenges and trains students in several areas. It fosters creative, critical, and analytical thinking; promotes problem-solving; increases advanced listening skills; encourages students to read and concentrate for longer periods of time; advances written and oral communication skills; continues to develop life skills; and expands academic independence as students complete each grade level. Underlying all this is a Bible curriculum that is application-based to assist students in developing a biblical worldview and a heart for God with an emphasis on Scripture memorization.

A priority is placed on respect, obedience, personal responsibility, diligence, excellent quality of work, and self-control. Victory Christian Academy seeks to train students in the elementary grades to be prepared for the secondary level of their education and eventually to become functioning and productive citizens who are a benefit to the community and live godly lives.

Elementary classes are held from 8am to 2:10pm, Monday through Friday.

Middle School (Grades 7th – 8th)
and Secondary (Grades 9th– 12th)

Grades 7-12 continue their education in traditional classroom settings with core subjects and electives taught by hands-on dedicated teachers. We believe that traditional classrooms enhance teacher-student interaction and improve student and parent satisfaction with greater levels of academic accountability. Students continue to benefit from access to our abundant computer labs to enhance their level of study. For certain circumstances, online classes will still be available to help students finish or catch up on subjects that might not be available as traditional classes.


Critical thinking, personal responsibility and citizenship are further developed at the middle school and secondary levels as students take a more active role in evaluating their task demands, class progress, and community responsibilities. They learn to become self-directed in their approach to problem solving and time management—an important precursor to success as students enter into adulthood.


Christian influence

We believe the impact of teachers as Christian role models is essential in our children’s lives. Under the guidance of their teachers, students develop a realistic sense of their strengths and weaknesses, learning to overcome challenges and make good decisions. The positive impact of Christian influence at VCA positions students to succeed in life.


Field Trips

Field trips are offered regularly as opportunities to enhance the educational experience, as well as to apply classroom teaching to life situations.

Community outreaches

Outreaches such as honoring the military, community cleanup, and Fall neighborhood raking are designed to give students the chance to act consistently with their values while they serve and bless our community.


At weekly chapel services, students gather together to worship God and receive edification through scripture and music.

After-School Care

VCA offers after-school care. Contact the office for information.