VCA seeks to meet the needs of a diverse group of learners through a traditional, yet flexible, curriculum. Our goal is to teach the way your child best learns; utilizing effective techniques and materials to maximize each student’s skills in reading, writing, mathematics, and learning in general. Students in grades K-8 are grouped by skill level and learning needs rather than by traditional grade placement. Student needs and progress are measured by a battery of test. Main emphasis placed on the Stanford 10 Achievement Tests which are given each year in the spring.
Accreditated through Florida Coalition of Christian Private Schools Accreditation (FCCPSA)
Daily Bible and Prayer Time
Safe classroom environment
Small student to teacher ratio
Highly qualified professionals
Major Emphasis on Reading, Language Arts and Math in Grades K-8
Individualized and Customized Curriculum/Instruction
Curriculum aligned with State Standards
Strong instructional technology incorporated on a daily basis
Orton Gillingham strategies used in K-2
Connected with the Levy County School Board's Title 1 Program
Engaged in partnership with NWEA (Northwest Evaluation Association)
Researched Based, Scientifically Validated Learning Materials and Strategies
Full Time School Program
CURRICULUM AND INTERVENTION PROGRAMS
BJU Press (K-12)
North Star Academy (6-12)
McGraw Hill SRA (6-8)
Logic of English (K-5)
Fast ForWord (K-8)
Reading Assistance (K-8)
Khan Academy (1-12)
Read Theory (1-8)
Vision Christian Academy
18680 NE 75th St
Williston, FL 32696
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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VCA Honors Its
May 26, 2017 will go down in the history books as the day VCA graduated its very first senior class. Representing the Class of 2017, as the first and only graduating senior, is Kenneth Ray Yates. The ceremony was held at the school Friday morning, and attended by Kenny’s family, friends, along with the students and faculty of VCA. While Kenny would have preferred to avoid the spotlight, being the school’s only graduating senior made that nearly impossible. The school is very excited about reaching this milestone and looks forward to more graduating classes.