Thank you for taking a few moments to learn more about KCA.
Konocti Christian Academy provides academic excellence in a distinctively Christian environment. KCA can help your child reach his or her highest potential by providing supportive, experienced teachers, a caring student body, and a rigorous curriculum. Our goal is to guide students to develop academically, socially and spiritually just as Jesus did, “in wisdom, stature and favor with God and man.” (Luke 2:52)
KCA offers education for students in kindergarten through eighth grades and also provides an after school care program. Our qualified and experienced teachers and aides currently serve the student body of 80 students. Class size is small allowing for individualized instruction and attention.
KCA is a non-profit corporation and non-denominational private Christian school that is not affiliated with any one church. It’s board, staff, and student body are members of various local churches.
Our school was formed in 2005 when concerned parents were faced with the closing of a local Christian school. Through much time, prayer and commitment, Konocti Christian Academy was born, by the grace of God, and opened its doors in September 2005. Our school quickly became known for the dedication of its teachers and its bent toward classical education. During the summer of 2007, we were blessed with the opportunity to build a new school site complete with our own modular buildings, located at the Lake County Fairgrounds. Our beautiful playground and new playground equipment are the perfect setting for young ones to expend their energy.
We look forward to meeting with you in the near future as you explore our school. We believe you will find it to be an excellent educational and growth opportunity for your child. May God bless you as you search for His direction in this important decision.
The Konocti Christian Academy Board of Directors
Pat & Michelle Scully, Jeff & Debbie Rein, Bill Grossner, Kurt & Denise Combs, Amie VanDerWall, Steve Stangland
Posted on 8/26/2014
In a beautiful meadow setting, walk back in time to the Renaissance era with costume, theater, food and song. Watch in awe at the Shakespeare plays presented by our very talented students. Enjoy local artists demonstrating leather working, working, archery, brass rubbing, wool spinning, games and fun for the entire family. Cheer with the crowds at the trebuchet (catapult) demonstration “Assault on the Castle.” Indulge in the gourmet feast of grilled tri-tip and other delightful delicacies as you are serenaded by our musical masters. Bid on our auction items including artwork, local fruit & wines, gift certificates for services & products, handmade jewelry and much more.
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