What People Are Saying About CCA
"I am so pleased with how the children are progressing. The teachers are wonderful and give extra time to communicate with me when needed. Most appreciated. The teachers' concern about my children and their profession radiates through their teaching. Thank you!"
Mom of a 5th, 2nd and Kindergarten Student
"The reason I want to attend Cape Christian Academy is because of the great Christian education. In my old school, I couldn't think about God that much or preach without being punished. Here I can, and as a bonus, I can teach little ones the Word of God and its truth. Older students can pray with younger kids and help them understand prayer better. I like to help little kids because I like to help people understand praying."
7th Grade Student
Set Up a Free Educational Consultation
Your child's education is one of the most influential decisions you will make in their live. Cape Christian Academy offers free educational consultations to help you plan for the future and determine if CCA is a good fit for your child. Call (609) 465-4132 to set up an appointment.
New students and families can complete an Application online. Just click on the link to get started! https://cp-nj.client.renweb.com/oa/
If your child is already enrolled please confirm your enrollment for next year inside of Renweb Parent Web here.
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CAPE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY!
Families intending to re-enroll their children at CCA for the next school year are encouraged to submit paperwork at the Spring Meeting. Registration fees increase for returning families after this meeting. At least one member from each family is strongly encouraged to come to this meeting.
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION: There is a $125 Registration Fee for new students which is required when submitting their paperwork.
Enrolling your child at Cape Christian Academy requires entrance testing, registration paperwork, and annual tuition for each child. Entrance testing is required of all students entering Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten and all other new students as deemed necessary by the administrator. The cost of testing is $15.00 and does not commit you to matriculation. The purpose of entrance testing it to determine grade placement, and is not a pass/fail test.
Please read over and fill out the application in full, enclose registration fees, and provide a copy of your child's birth certificate, last achievement test, and last report card upon registering. Pre-k and kindergarten students are required to have a Health History and Appraisal Card, (included in the application packet) completed by your child's pediatrician. This provides us with up-to-date immunizations and a completed physical exam. After the school receives and reviews your child's application, you will be contacted to come in for a New Family Orientation. If your child is entering pre-k or kindergarten, a screening will be scheduled to determine your child's placement for the coming school year.
To be eligible for placement:
K-3 students must be 3 years old by November 1st and potty trained.
Pre-Kindergarten students must be 4 years old by November 1st.
Kindergarten students must be 5 years old by November 1st.
- Students are required to meet readiness requirements determined during the screening process before acceptance.
New 7-12th grade students are required to submit an 200 word essay with their application on "Why they want to continue their education at CCA?"
New parents and students are required to meet with the administrator for an orientation meeting prior to acceptance.
Registration Forms are updated in February of every year. If you are interested in enrollment your children for the next school year, packets will be ready in March. We will be glad to meet with you and give you a tour of the school at any time.
Cape Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.