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School Profile

2017-2018 Rossville Christian Academy
CEEB code: 432022
Main Office: (901) 853-0200
Website: www.rossvillechrisitan.com

President: Mark Duggin

Director of Middle and High School Education: Rachael Burnett

Director of Elementary Education: Joy Sprague

School Counselor: Charlie Crunk (ext. 24)

Athletic Director: Joey Reeves (ext. 23)

Technology Director: Christina Dodge (ext. 22)

Financial Manager: Lisa Crawford (ext. 14)

Middle and High School Administrative Assistant: Melanie Morgan (ext. 10)

Elementary Administrative Assistant: Cindy Shiver (ext. 26)

 

 

Community

Located in the small community of Rossville, Tennessee, in the southwestern corner of Fayette County, Rossville Christian Academy is a small, independent school currently serving approximately 300 students from grades K-4 through 12th grade. Our Student Ministries program coordinates mission opportunities throughout the year, and Chapel Services are a regular part of the school’s weekly activities, from the elementary grades through high school. As you can see by our Mission and Vision Statements, we strive to prepare students, not only for college, but for life.

School

Since 1969, Rossville Christian Academy has been serving families in Fayette County, Shelby County and North Mississippi, who desire a quality education for their children based on a Christian worldview. Keeping in mind these Christian principles, community service demonstrating God’s love for others is an integral part of student life at Rossville Christian Academy. With a focus on college preparatory coursework, the school is fully accredited through AdvancED, the parent accreditation division of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and is a member of the Tennessee Association of Independent Schools (TAIS) and the Memphis Association of Independent Schools (MAIS).
 

Curriculum

The academic program is organized with 7 periods. The 7th period is an athletic period, as well as ACT prep period. Students are required to have at least four credits per semester to be full time and needs five if playing a sport. In order to graduate, students need 22 credits.

 

Advanced Placement

For the 2015-2016 year, 5 AP classes are offered at Rossville: Art, Calculus, Chemistry, Government, and Spanish

In May 2015, 9 students took the 2 AP Exams offered: Calculus and Government

 

 

College Admittance by Rossville Graduates from the Last Five Years:

Arkansas State University

Austin Peay University

Auburn University

Baptist College of Health Sciences

Belhaven College

Belmont University

Bethel University

Bowdoin College

Brescia University

Bryan College

Capital University

Centre College

Champion Bible College

Christian Brothers University

Cumberland University 

Eastern KY University

Empire Beauty School

Freed-Hardeman University

Delta State University

Gainesville State College

Grace College

Harding University

Hendrix College

Illinois Institute of Technology

Kettering University

Lawrence University

Lourdes University

Lyon College

Middle Tennessee State University

Mid-South Community College

Millsaps College

Mount Vernon Nazarene University

Mississippi State University

Mississippi College

Northwest Mississippi Community College

Ohio State University

Pellissippi Community College

Paul Mitchell School

Shenandoah University

Southeast Missouri State University

Southeast Tennessee Community College

Stetson University

Tennessee College of Applied Technology

Trinity International University

Union University

University of Alabama

University of Central Oklahoma

University of Memphis

University of Mississippi

University of Mobile

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

University of Tennessee at Knoxville

University of Tennessee at Martin

WM R. Moore School of Technology

 

 

Contact Information

School Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

High School Office: 901-853-0200