Graduating Class of 2019
On Friday, May 24, 2019, 11 students graduated from Christ Academy’s high school. The graduates were accepted at many different colleges with over $300k awarded in various scholarships. They join the other 51 graduates of Christ Academy’s Blended Learning Center and are our seventh graduating class.
While the concept of “blending learning” has been around for years (sometimes called hybrid learning), the term has come to represent a learning experience personalized for each student and is not constrained by geography or a rigid bell schedule. Christ Academy chooses to use this blended approach because it creates a very individualized and personalized result for each student. Students are challenged to hone their soft skills, such as time management, self-advocacy, and self- discipline, which will benefit them greatly in the college and career world. CA desires for each student to learn how to take ownership of their education, and this process is guided by the Connections Program and our teaching staff.
Several awards were given out before and during the ceremony to our seniors including:
The Warrior Award & Valedictorian, Danielle Okeke for being the best representation of our mission statement.
Salutatorian, Noelle Liles
The Warrior Legacy Award, Callie Hrzadil for being the first student to attend Christ Academy from EC3 through Grade 12.
President Award winners who complete over 100 volunteer hours while in high school:
Grace Minter, over 2,300 hours
LIST OF TOTAL COLLEGes ALL CA seniors have been accepted to:
Abilene Christian University, Baylor University, College Of Charleston, Dallas Baptist University, Elon University, Houston Baptist University, Midwestern State University, Oklahoma Baptist University, Oklahoma Christian University, Sam Houston State University, San Jacinto College, Southern Methodist University, Southwestern University, St. Edward’s University, St. John’s University, Stephen F. Austin, Tarleton State University, Texas Tech University, Texas A&M University Texas Woman’s University, University of Mary Hardin Baylor, University of North Dakota, University of Oklahoma, University of Rochester, NY, University of Texas, University of Texas in Arlington & Washington University