Christian Central Academy is an independent, interdenominational, K-12 college-preparatory school which provides academic excellence with an evangelical Christian perspective. We are the largest such K-12 Christian school in Western New York and are excited to be celebrating our 70th anniversary through the 2019-2020 academic year.

Christian Central Academy is:

  • chartered by and registered with the New York State Board of Regents with full authority to award Regents diplomas
  • accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA-CESS)
  • a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI)
  • registered with the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) as an approved Academic and Language School
  • a member of these athletic associations:
    • Monsignor Martin High School Athletic Association (MMHSAA)
    • Niagara Frontier Christian Athletic Association (NFCAA)
    • Independent Athletic Conference (IAC)

Perseverance • Character • Hope

Our seal has three features:

The Cross – being our central focus:
“CCA maintains a God-centered view, emphasizing belief in the God of the Bible and His revelation through Jesus Christ.”

The words Perseverance, Character, and Hope – laying the foundation for godly character building in the students:
“CCA encourages our students to reach their highest level of preparedness; to qualify for higher education and to pursue their vocations or professions in a manner that is God-glorifying.”

The Laurel Wreath (an ancient symbol of triumph and education) – encompassing all that we strive to do:
“CCA exists to provide an education that is worthy of both the names Christian and Education.”

Quick Facts

  • Founded: 1949
  • Team Name: Crusaders
  • Colors: Blue and White
  • Grades: K-12
  • Number of students: 256
  • School districts represented: 23
  • Churches represented: 60
  • Counties represented: 2
  • Countries represented: 5
  • Average Student/Teacher ratio: 12:1
  • Average Class Size (K-8): 13
  • Average Class Size (9-12): 10
  • Number of AP Courses: 10
  • Percentage of College-Bound Graduates: 100%