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Welcome

Welcome

Welcome

Welcome

Welcome

What Makes Covenant Different?

Curriculum - Character - Community

As we instruct students in our school’s classical curriculum, we are also seeking to train them in the formation of godly character. Character is formed in the process of becoming who we are uniquely designed to be, reflections of God. We are not simply seeking to educate young minds, we are seeking to be instruments in God’s hands as He transforms them to the likeness of Christ, who is wisdom and virtue personified, by sharing the gospel and partnering with parents.


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Why a Classical Education?

Grammar School (PK-6)

Your child will enjoy learning in ways that are engaging, inspiring, and encouraging to begin their love of learning.


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Logic School (7-9)

Students are empowered to think on their own while understanding the world around them and their place in it.


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Rhetoric School (10-12)

High school students learn to present their ideas persuasively and gain confidence in knowing what they believe.


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What's Happening at Covenant?

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We are now accepting applications for the next school year and would love to meet you! Click the button below to request a tour...

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Lunch Program

We are pleased to announce our new hot lunch program brought to you by locally owned and operated Road Runner Foods...

Before & After School Care

Our BASC Program

Our before/after school care program is staffed by Covenant teachers and allows student fellowship, outdoor play, a snack, and homework assistance from 7:00 a.m until 6:30 p.m...

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Patriot Podcast

Join us for our podcast connecting you to the heart of our community, culture and those who are helping shape the hearts and minds of our students.

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Covenant Academy exists to serve Christ and His Kingdom by sharing the gospel and partnering with parents to train students by way of Scripture and the classical liberal arts. Learn More