Cascade Christian Academy
600 N Western Ave., Wenatchee, WA
Year Founded: 1905
School Grades: K – 12
Student Population: ≈ 145
Average SAT Score: ____
Students Per Teacher: ≈ 10
Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Girls’ Volleyball, Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country, Boys’ and Girls’ Track & Field
Current World Problems/Civics, Religion I/II/III/IV, Technology (includes audio and video production, programming, and robotics), Personal Finance, Industrial Arts, Yearbook, Speech Class, Performing Arts (Theater), Drama Production, Wind Ensemble (includes both instrumental and choral components), Health, Spanish I/II, Personal Fitness
About Cascade Christian Academy
Cascade Christian Academy (CCA) is a private Christian school located in Wenatchee, Washington founded in 1905. The staff at CCA teach and mentor with their philosophy of “whole person” development, helping each student grow mentally, physically, and spiritually. They provide an academic climate with a Christian culture which produces responsible citizens who serve in their local and global communities.
Why Attend Here?
Cascade Christian Academy is located in beautiful Wenatchee, two hours away from Seattle, WA. Students looking for a small-town feel will appreciate the smaller campus and overall size of the city of Wenatchee. More importantly, CCA prepares students for success with rigorous, college-focused instruction to prepare them for university entrance as well as life in the “real world.” Small class sizes allow for a more individualized learning experience which is highly beneficial for students. This also allows students to participate in every school activity, including the performing arts club, varsity sports, and wind ensemble, regardless of prior experience or ability. Local activities outside of school include water sports, skiing, bowling, snowboarding, movies, theatrical productions, and dining out.
About Wenatchee, Washington
Wenatchee is a city located in north-central Washington state with a population of 31,925 people. This beautiful city is located at the confluence of the Columbia and Wenatchee rivers near the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range and is known as the “Apple Capital of the World” because of its many apple orchards. The name “Wenatchee” comes from the Sahaptin word which means “river which comes from canyons.” To learn more about Wenatchee, watch the video below and visit wenatchee.org.