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We understand that you care about every aspect of your child’s school experience. What they learn, who they learn from, and the methods in which they learn matter. Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy embraces a culture of continuous improvement with a strong biblical worldview, which serves as the foundation of our academic program. 


The strength of our curriculum is reflected in our students’ achievement, engagement, and post-graduate success. When seniors leave our campus, they are academically prepared to enter the country’s top public, Christian, and private colleges and universities. More importantly, they’re equipped to impact the world for Christ.

Academics at Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy

















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Early Learning (3- and 4-Year-Old Pre-Kindergarten)

ELCA’s Early Learning Academy prepares students to thrive in kindergarten and beyond. Students develop their identity in Christ through Bible stories, grow socially through collaboration with peers, and start building the foundation for future academics. In addition to core subject areas, students are introduced to music, art, instructional technology, Spanish, and library. Visit our Early Learning Academy page to learn more about our programs and schedule options.

Elementary School (K-4)

Our Kingdom Education approach helps students in kindergarten through grade 5 develop both a strong academic foundation and a biblical worldview. Our curriculum exceeds state standards to provide students with the knowledge and skills to achieve their potential. Core subjects are Bible, reading, math, science, history, and language arts. Enrichments such as art, music, Spanish, technology, P.E., and more round out the curriculum and help students explore their interests. Special events include field trips, academic competitions, and festivals that showcase our students’ budding talents. Read more about our elementary program.

Middle School (5-8)

When students enter middle school, they are ready to take on more challenging academics and pursue their God-given gifts. An intentionally-designed curriculum keeps students engaged in the classroom, and athletics, fine arts programs, and leadership opportunities foster friendships built on shared interests. Middle school students prepare for the next steps in their education by enrolling in Honors classes, taking the PSAT and the Pre-ACT, and setting meaningful goals. Visit our middle school page to learn more about our engaging curriculum, character education, exciting electives, and opportunities for growth outside the classroom.

High School (9-12)

High school is not just about preparing for college; it’s about preparing for life. At ELCA, students prepare for lives of impact as they strengthen their faith, define their passions, and hone their skills. Honors, AP, and Early College courses equip high school students for success at the college level, and a dedicated College Placement & Guidance staff ensures each student is competitive for admission to their best-fit universities. A wide variety of extracurricular activities and clubs round out the experience, fostering unforgettable memories and lifelong friendships. Read more about high school now.

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When you think about all the things you want your child to get out of their educational journey, the bar is set high. Whether they are in pre-kindergarten or high school, you know their learning environment will shape their future. Here are a few of the most important reasons families partner with ELCA:


Our Pre-K teachers sit down with our high school teachers to align our curriculum in a meaningful way, enabling students to incorporate a biblical worldview as they develop mastery of core knowledge throughout the years. ELCAs close-knit community is centered on shared Christian values, and we view each child’s education as a partnership with their parents. Families are invited to be involved in classroom activities and auxiliary organizations.


We recognize that every child is a unique creation of God with varied strengths, challenges, and learning styles. With optimal class sizes, teachers are able to differentiate their instruction to meet the needs of all learners. Students are encouraged to pursue excellence at the next level through our Excel, Honors, and AP programs, and our Student Support Services are available to assist those who need extra help in one or more subject areas.


In the past ten years, our students have attended over 140 different post-secondary institutions including:

  • Naval Academy

  • Emory

  • UCLA

  • Messiah

  • Wheaton

  • Northwestern University

  • NYU

  • Spelman

  • Dartmouth

  • Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Georgetown

  • University of Chicago

  • Morehouse

  • Liberty University

  • Air Force Academy

  • Penn State

  • Tulane

  • University of Georgia

  • Clark Atlanta University

  • West Point

  • Purdue University

  • University of Alabama

  • University of Tennessee

  • University of Kentucky

  • Auburn University

  • Clemson University

  • Georgia State University

  • USC (California)

  • Howard University

  • Hofstra University

  • Syracuse University


In 2023, 81 ELCA graduates earned over $50 million in scholarship dollars!



Learn More About Moving Your Child to ELCA


Whether you have a preschool or are looking to transfer your older child, our Switch Guide for parents is a great place to start.  This free information packet will tell you more about our academic program and help you learn how to take the next steps toward enrollment.

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