Central Maine Christian Academy is an independent, nondenominational school. CMCA’s educational philosophy is to help students learn more about themselves and God’s created world. This is done by providing opportunities for students to confess Christ as Lord and Savior and by helping students develop a Christian worldview by integrating life and all studies with the Bible. Curriculum includes: Abeka, ACSI, Bob Jones, Positive Action for Christ, etc.
Each member of CMCA’s staff is a dedicated Christian, committed to Christian Education. All desire to assist parents in teaching their children and believe each child to be a gift from God, nurtured for Him.
"Teach a child to choose the right path..." ~ Proverbs 22:6
Central Maine Christian Academy Offers
- An independent, nondenominational class environment
- Full day preschool and kindergarten
- State approved elementary program (K-8)
- High school program with small classes
- High school students prepared through high level courses
- High school students accepted at numerous colleges.
- Full-time daycare program ages 2 and up
- 4-day academic program from 7:45-3:00
- After-school daycare program
- Yearly achievement tests given to show students academic progress and success of curriculum
- PSAT and SAT preparation given to high school students
- Athletics program
- Art and computer programs
- Foreign languages for grades 7-12.
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2 of my children are attending G. Edwin Bryant Academy, and 4 others have already graduated. This school is one of the most recognized schools here with regard to well-rounded education, moral guidelines and training, and conduct. It has made significant impact on our children regarding academic training and moral conduct. They have good teaching staff and good standards for teaching and learning.
My daughter attended G. Edwin Bryant Academy from age 3 until her graduation at 17. She is currently attending the African Methodist Episcopal University in Liberia and has completed two semesters with a high GPA as a scholar. Her studies at the academy were built on the pursuit of academic excellence and training in good moral conduct. I am delighted to express my gratitude to the founder, G. Edwin Bryant, Sr., the faculty, staff, and administration for the high standards they set in molding the minds of our children for better leadership in years to come. Overall, G. Edwin Bryant Academy provides an environment enabling students to pursue academic excellence, allowing them independent and confident within their field studies. This is predicated on the employment of qualified instructional staff and thorough follow up on each child in meeting their obligations while in and out of school. The school is involved with technical training skills and other recreational activities that allow students to improve in a variety of other talents. Today my daughter has better interpersonal relations with others, and this is as a direct result of the influence of the academy.
As an individual and member of the parent teachers association (PTA) what I seriously take into account is the organizational structure, the administrative and leadership abilities executed by both the proprietor and individuals placed in administrative positions to run the day-to-day affairs of the institution. The system is structured with detailed checks and balances, while accountability and transparency is highly valued. In brief I am impressed with G. Edwin Bryant, Sr’s dedication to academic excellence, and providing a variety of opportunities to Liberia’s children for their growth and development. He has established a Parent Teacher Association and implemented strict administrative practices and procedures. Teacher selection and annual training for both current and new staff excels. Participation is required in classes. Tuition fees have very workable payment plans as to exclude no one. The school is dedicated to ongoing expansion in locations and programs offered.
Notice Of Nondiscriminatory Policy: The Central Maine Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.