Academy Highlights

  • We know the cross is the central part of a child’s life and education. Faith is an essential part of our day as we work and learn together. It is not only incorporated through our religion curriculum and chapel services, but is present throughout the day in our learning and relationship building.
  • We know it takes teamwork to provide quality, Christ-Centered education. Teachers, parents, and students work together to provide optimal growth opportunities. We work hard to foster strong collaboration and create a caring, family atmosphere in each classroom so students can thrive.
  • We know that some of the most important learning at our school is not content, but helping to develop problem solving, communication, and executive functioning skills, which will serve our students well beyond their elementary years.
  • We know a quality curriculum, facilitated by a top-tier staff, provides the best opportunities for student learning. Concordia has adopted a curriculum review procedure to ensure our students are learning from excellent materials, but more importantly the Concordia Academy staff is composed of excellent educators who facilitate student learning and exploration, provide students with opportunities for choice, and foster a love of the education process so that students might become readers and learners for life.
  • We know students learn by doing. We provide opportunities for students to learn through play, the manipulation of learning resources, learning centers, experimentation, and the use of a variety of technological tools. We encourage student exploration and discovery while providing guidance and context to help students develop foundational life skills and concepts.
  • We know the arts are essential to a complete elementary education. Concordia Academy students are provided rich fine arts opportunities including art, general music education, band, strings, vocal music, and performance opportunities.
  • We know movement and play are fundamental to great elementary education. All students are provided recess each day, one hour of PE each week, and multiple opportunities for movement in the classroom.