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We know that academic excellence is one of the reasons why parents send their children to Summit Christian Academy and we don’t take that responsibility lightly. Our curriculum is designed to provide our students with a solid foundation that will help them to thrive once they complete high school and move onto college.

In order to verify that our students are progressing and

academically competitive with other students in the country,

we administer the TerraNova Achievement Test annually.

Historically, our school consistently has scored in the upper

third nationally on standardized testing. In addition, many

of our individual students typically score in the 90th

percentile and above.

The use of the TerraNova test is just one of several measures that we take to assess the effectiveness of our curriculum and teaching methods to ensure academic excellence.

National Top 1/3rd

Many of our students score in the 90th percentile and above

TerraNova Test



Our accreditation is with Association of Christian Schools International, which is recognized by Kentucky Non-public School Commission.We are an accredited Kindergarten – 12th grade school. Through our accreditation, we have validated and verified our program is based on an excellent foundation. Our policies support our goals of offering a quality education and confirm it is based on a solid Christian philosophy of education.


From the ICAA website:

                            The International Christian Accrediting Association (ICAA) is an accrediting

                            association serving Christian schools with early childhood, elementary, and/or

                            secondary ages/grades and is dedicated to advancing the cause of Christian

                            education both in the United States and internationally. ICAA has established a

                            quality accreditation process and standards that will guide a school to achieve and maintain a high level of educational quality within the context of a strong Christian culture and identity that is recognized and accepted by appropriate authorities, other schools, education policy makers, families and other stakeholders within the context of a strong Christian culture and identity. By recognizing outstanding Christian programs and involving them in its accreditation process, ICAA is an accrediting body that establishes a reliable witness of the quality of Christian school education to the glory of God.


From the ACSI website:


                                           ACSI provides a highly regarded accreditation program for secondary,

                                           elementary, and standalone and attached preschools. ACSI has

                                           partnerships with all of the U.S. regional accreditation agencies. Also available is a web-based recognition program of school improvement for schools not ready to enter the formal accreditation process. In addition, ACSI approves Christian college and university teacher and administrator schools of education that include the needed coursework to qualify for ACSI teacher and/or administrator certification.


ACSI member schools seek accreditation to validate their quality and verify that they are striving for excellence based on a solid Christian philosophy of education foundation.

Read more about ASCI accreditation here.

Partnership with Duke TIP

The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is a nonprofit organization that has served over three million academically talented students in grades 4–12 since it was founded in 1980. Collaborating with educators and parents, TIP helps gifted students assess the extent of their academic abilities with above-grade-level testing, recognizes them for their achievements, and provides them with a variety of enrichment benefits as well as accelerated face-to-face and online educational programs. In addition, TIP is constantly conducting research into the educational, emotional, and social factors impacting the lives of gifted children, and then sharing this research and related advice with our program staff, educators, parents, and the greater gifted community.

partnership with Asbury University

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