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K5 through 8th

In today's world, it's important to have biblical guidance as well as academic knowledge. At Carden Christian Academy in Pensacola, Florida, we offer quality instruction to raise our students to become upstanding citizens in the community. We challenge children and praise every step of progress as they accomplish their educational goals. The partnership between home and school is very important to us, therefore we welcome conferences between teachers and parents can request meetings from 7:30 a.m to 8:00 a.m or 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Parent's can meet with teachers before and after the following hours:

Kindergarten
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
1st - 8th Grade
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Our Curriculum

Carden Christian Academy's offers divinely inspired instruction for children in kindergarten through eighth grade. Our school day begins with a bible lesson planned to help children understand Biblical truths and how to apply those principles to their own lives. In order to provide a well-rounded educational experience, even at the Pre-K level, we assign homework Monday through Thursday, administer regular assessments, and issue report cards every nine weeks to track your student's academic progress. Well-trained professional teachers lead classes and mentor children through the academic day in these subjects"

» Bible » Language Development (Speaking and Writing) » Reading and Comprehension » French
» Physical Education » Literature » Mathematics » Music
» Art Appreciation » Computers » Science » Social Studies

Graduation

Celebrate the achievements and promotion of your student with  graduation ceremonies. We offer this program to our kindergarten and eighth grade classes. For those who choose to participate, graduation fees are $35 and $75 respectively. These fees include a cap, gown, and other graduation costs.

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Dress Code

In order to abide by proper Christian principles, Carden Christian Academy enforces a strict uniform dress policy. The administration reserves the right to change or modify the dress code as appropriate. If a student is not dressed appropriately, parents will be contacted to bring a change of clothing or pick up their student up.

   Boys' & Girls' Uniform Code

» No fighting characters such as Ninja Turtles™, Transformers, wrestling personalities, sexually suggestive images or words, inappropriate language or pictures on any clothing or advertisements of alcohol or tobacco should be on
any outer garments (sweaters, jackets) or bookbags. (During Free Dress Day).
» No painting, writing, or tattoos on body parts.
» Black rubber-soled shoes and white socks are worn (sneakers for P.E.).
» Middle school students must wear PE uniforms during PE.

Girls' Uniform Code

» Polo shirts (gold, navy blue, pink or hunter green) will be worn daily.
» Skorts or skirts should be knee length or longer. Shorts must be worn under skirts.
» No body piercing except for one pair of studs/posts earrings in the ears.

Boys' Uniform Code

» Polo shirts (gold, navy blue,  or hunter green) will be worn daily.
» Boys must wear belts fastened at the waist with their shirts tucked in.
» No body piercings allowed.
» Hair must be of reasonable length not extending over the collar/ear.