Evangelical Christian Academy Secondary
The purpose of Evangelical Christian Academy is to assist families in providing a Christ centered education of high academic quality so that the students may be prepared to take an active, vital place in the home, the church, the state, and their future vocations by applying Christian principles in a Biblical manner that is glorifying to God.
Our teachers are faithful and dedicated to Jesus Christ and have been chosen for their high qualifications and professional standing.
Serving together in partnership with you, we are committed to the education, care and guidance of your children. Our teachers are pledging to do their best to teach diligently as unto the Lord.
Working together with the home and the church, we will strive to nurture each child to achieve his highest academic potential, develop sound work habits, and grow in the knowledge and love of the Lord their Savior.
Evangelical Christian Academy will remain affiliated with the Presbyterian Church of America and subject to the sessions of the founding churches, Grace Presbyterian Church and Village Seven Presbyterian Church.
ECA exists to meet the educational needs of covenant and other Christian children in a way that complements and reinforces the Christian education of the home and church.
- Top Ranked CO School
- Grades: Prekindergarten-12
- Students: 337 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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National avg.: 13:1
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