CHA is one of the best investments I can make in my children’s lives. These are their most formative years, and I want them to be extremely well-educated while being taught how to interpret the world through the lens of Jesus Christ. – Matt V.T., CHA Parent

Why Christian Heritage Academy

Your students spends the best eight of their waking hours in school, where their minds and worldview are shaped by teachers, peers, books and curriculum. By the time they graduate, they will have spent over 18,000 hours in school. These hours shape your child’s thoughts, habits, character and future. As parents, you must ask yourself: Who will influence my child during these hours? Where will they spend the bulk of their day during these formative years, and will it be worth it?

At CHA, we see our opportunity to invest in your child during these hours as stewardship and a ministry. Jesus said in Luke 6:40 (NIV), “The student…who is fully trained will be like the teacher.” Our students learn in a Christ-centered environment from loving, godly role models we call “living curriculum teachers,” whom we would be proud for our children to emulate. The result has been not only outstanding academic performance and college preparation but students who love God and are equipped to serve others and make a kingdom impact with their lives.

Tuition Assistance

Like many of our new parents, this might be the first time you considered a private school. We offer many ways to save and make our distinctly Christian education affordable. About 30% of our families receive need-based tuition assistance up to 40% of tuition, based on demonstrated need. In special circumstances, you may qualify for even more.

Our admissions team is here to answer any questions you may have and to help you through this process. Please email Admissions or call (847) 446-5252 to begin the process. If you are ready to apply for admission, click here.

For college prep, life prep, eternal prep, hands-down the best investment I’ve ever made for my children. –  CHA Middle School and Upper School Parent