"Devotion to God... Compassion towards others
"Devotion to God... Compassion towards others



Thank you for your interest in Vision Christian Academy.   We are excited, but at the same time humbled by the awesome opportunity God has given us to equip each child with the academic and spiritual tools necessary to achieve their God-given potential


Families seeking admission to VCA must first and foremost understand that this is a Christ-centered school that affirms Jesus Christ as God incarnate, and the Savior of men.  Not only will we teach our students Christian doctrine, but we will actively seek to lead each student to a personal and ver-growing relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.  Only those parents desiring this type of education for their child should consider Vision Christian Academy.


Vision Christian Academy does not discriminate in its admissions policies, educational policies, or other school administered programs based on race, color, gender, or national and ethnic origin. However, VCA will maintain high Christian standards and require that each family be of “like faith and practice,” but not necessarily be tied to any particular church.  


It is not the policy of Vision Christian Academy to accept students who have been dismissed from another school.




To ensure prompt and thorough consideration of your child’s application for enrollment, please read the following information carefully.


Step #1:Parent(s) interested in enrolling their child(ren) at Vision Christian Academy will contact the school and receive an admissions packet.


Step #2: Parent(s) return the completed packet to the school with all required documentation.  The family will be contacted by the school to set a date for admission screening of their child(ren).


Step #3: The family will attend the initial interview session conducted by the school’s administrator.  This session includes an overview of Christian education and an Introduction to VCA.


Step #4: An admissions recommendation will be reached by the administrator and communicated to the parents.


Step #5: Admitted families will be scheduled for a meeting to complete the enrollment process. Part of this process includes the administering of the A.C.E. diagnostic tests for placement of new students.


All VCA families are reviewed annually and eligible families are extended the opportunity to re-enroll for the following school year.




The total cost of tuition and fees will correspond with the Step Up For Students Scholarship for the upcoming school year.  (The 2017-18 tuition has not yet been established.  Our tuition coincides with the SUFS scholarship allotment.) Vision Christian Academy offers a monthly payment plan.          


Financial assistance is provided through the Step Up For Students Scholarship, the AAA Scholarship or the MacKay Scholarship for students with learning differences.   Students under either of these scholarships are covered for tuition and curriculum costs.


Fees include textbooks and materials for classroom instruction.  Students are required to provide their own notebook and supplies and a list will be provided to them at the beginning of the school year, or prior to enrollment.


Fees for field trips, after school tutoring and additional services are separate.  Parents are welcome to discuss these fees with the Administrator and arrange for payment directly to the school for these services.

FREE transportation provided within most of the Bronson and Williston areas.  Stipend provided for school uniform.

Student & Family Application
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Parent Agreement Form
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2016-17 Student Handbook
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2017-18 Calendar
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Vision Christian Academy
18680 NE 75th St

Williston, FL 32696



352 528-6606



John Dulaney

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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VCA Honors Its 

1st Graduate

 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. 


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