Frequently Asked Questions

What model of education is CPA?

Crosspointe Academy is distinctively unique, allowing parents to customize their child’s educational plan with a combination of home education, classroom education and enrichment.

How do you accomplish this model?

This model of education is accomplished with three on campus days and two home educated days.

How does the parent/teacher partnership work?

On Monday, Wednesday and Thursday students are taught on campus by qualified trained teachers. Tuesday and Friday parents teach at home with lesson plans prepared by the teacher. Parents receive their lesson plans two weeks in advance and communication is encouraged between teacher/parent so that teaching and learning is accomplished successfully.

Do both parents need to attend the informational meeting?

No, only one parent needs to attend the Informational Meeting. The only events that both parents must attend are the family interview and the required parenting course.

Can a student be enrolled after the school year begins?

Yes, students may be enrolled until February at the start of the second semester. Students can be enrolled in the Private School Covering at any time until the start of the fourth quarter.

What courses can I take to fulfill my parenting class requirement and how long do I have to complete it?

You may take any parenting course offered through your church or another CPA family’s church. Families with students in 7th-12th grades are required to take a teen-specific parenting course. You have one year to complete your parenting course. After completing these requirements, please notify the Operation Administrator so your course completion can be recorded in our files.

What courses are required after the first year of enrollment?

Part of the mission of CPA is to educate, encourage and equip our families in the twin vocations of parenting and educating their children at home. Each year after the first year of enrollment, families must complete a Family Education Class. To be approved, a class must pertain specifically to marriage, family, education or home schooling.

What are my payment options?

Payments may be made annually, per semester, or monthly. Please refer to the CPA Financial Agreement for further details.

When are annual and semester payments due?

Annual payments are due in August.  Semester payments are due in August and February.

What do my fundraising dollars go to at the school?

The majority of the funds raised go to the operational budget for the school. When there is a surplus, the money is utilized where needed.

What fundraisers are we doing this year? The fundraisers for the 2016 - 2017 school year are:

FALL FUNDRAISERS      SPRING FUNDRAISERS

Yard Sale                          Chocolate Sale

Poinsettia Sale                Spring Festival

                                            Recital and Silent Auction

When did the school open and why?

Crosspointe Academy opened its doors in September 2007. The school began from the heart of two moms whose desires were to Home Educate their children, but wanted to engage in a partnership of accountability. Our goal is to engage families in the education process not just the students. The families of Crosspointe Academy share in the values of Christian education and we believe the Bible to be the inerrant word of God. While our school is nondenominational we believe strongly in our faith and relationship with God our Heavenly Father. Our Focus is in the order of: Faith-Family-School of which flows “A Place That Is Christ Centered”.

Why Should My Child Attend CPA vs Other Nearby Schools?

  • You desire to Home Educate.

  • You desire a Christian School with strong academics.

  • Strong family involvement.

  • Affordable tuition.

  • A voice in your child’s lessons.

  • Allows the opportunity for your child to engage in outside activities and continue towards completion of academics.

  • Small class size – allowing for more one on one help from the teacher.

  • Some academics may be customized to help when a student is struggling or when a student needs to advance at a faster pace.

  • Students are taught by Godly Christian Teachers.

  • Accredited through FCCPSA (Florida Christian Coalition of Private Schools Association).

  • Students graduate with a diploma giving them the opportunity to enter any college they desire.

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Crosspointe Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin.  Crosspointe Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admission policies, educational policies, scholarship and/or loan programs, and athletic and other Corporation-administered programs.

 

 

 

 

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