Shepherd of God Christian Academy  is an exciting place for children to grow spiritually, academically, physically and emotionally. Our school emphasizes the importance of having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and it is through exploring and discovering the world He created that reading, writing, mathematics, science and social studies come alive. Our teachers will challenge your child to use their creativity, knowledge, skills and technology-based media to demonstrate a mastery of standards. This is accomplished in a safe, nurturing environment where students are allowed to apply their learning around rigorous and relevant activities presented through a Christian worldview.
      Shepherd of God Christian Academy provides your student with a full  middle and high school experience that focuses on excellent academics in a Christian environment. Shepherd of God's middle and high school students are challenged to reach higher in academics, fine arts and/or athletics, by focusing on community, collaboration, communication, and creativity. The SOGCA middle and high school community allows students to responsibly exercise their freedom, while guiding them each step of the way. This prepares them for life beyond high school when their behavior is ruled by their internal compass, rather than someone else's rules.
  • Curriculum
     We use the Abeka Christian Curricula. The curriculum meets the guidelines of our accreditation association and state requirements.
  • School Supplies
     Parents are responsible to purchase the necessary supplies that the students will need. Supply list is available from the office. For safety reasons mechanical pencils and scissors that do not have safety rounded points are prohibited.
  • Bible
     Students are required to have a New International Version bible to attend chapel.
  • Academic Probation
     Students are placed on academic probation if their Grade Point Average falls below a 2.0 in any grading period. Tutoring is highly recommended to improve a students low grade. Students may have to repeat a grade if they receive a final grade point average less than 2.0.