A Classical Christian School partnering with parents to provide a moral compass, pointing the way to Christ.
Appomattox Christian Academy (ACA) is the oldest Christian school in the county of Appomattox. We boast small class sizes at all stages of academics with individualized instruction from passionate, classically-trained teachers.
Our methodology is Classical. Our theology is Christian, Protestant, and Reformed!
As a mission of St. Andrew's REC, Appomattox Christian Academy is able to educate the whole child: Body, Mind, and Spirit beginning as young as 3 and continuing through graduation at 12th grade. Our unique design of blended classes enables us to learn and grow together academically and spiritually, as we follow the classical model of development: Grammar, Dialectic (Logic) and Rhetoric. Blended classes give an opportunity for parents to be a part of making the decision for what is best for their child's education. ACA accepts and encourages dual enrollment with local colleges and will apply college credits towards high school graduation.
"Teachers at ACA have helped me improve my reading and have helped me come closer to God. ACA is like a Christian home, in my eyes."
Map to Appomattox Christian Academy
(Behind the Appomattox Rescue Squad)
ACA is nestled between the town border and the rescue squad on 1916 Redfields Road and sits on over 6 acres of land in a newly renovated facility of 1700 square feet.
From the West / Lynchburg / Concord:
US 460 East towards Appomattox. Take the first Appomattox exit to US 460-Business. At the exit stoplight, turn right onto 460-Business / Confederate Blvd. Travel though town 1.4 miles to right onto Redfields Road. ACA is located in St. Andrew's Reformed Episcopal Church, the first building on the left after the overpass.
From the East / Farmville:
US 460 West towards Appomattox. Take the first Appomattox exit (left exit) to US 460-Business / Confederate Blvd. Half mile to left onto State Route 635 / Redfields Rd (at the Appomattox Fire and Rescue Squad). ACA is located in St Andrew's Reformed Episcopal Church, the first building on the left after the overpass.