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Tabernacle of Praise Christian Academy was founded in 2015 to provide a fulfilling and rigorous academic experience in a loving and morally enriching environment for families and children. From our founding, Tabernacle of Praise Christian Academy has been preparing young men and women for successful individual, academic, and professional lives. More than that, Tabernacle of Praise Christian Academy prepares them to leave our halls confident and ready to change their communities and the world in the name of Jesus Christ, our Savior.

Our goal is to create a learning environment that challenges each scholar to become a contributing member of society and to encourage each to achieve his/her highest potential. Tabernacle of Praise Christian Academy is committed to employing, training, and supporting staff who strive to achieve mastery and excellence in education. Our teachers are partners in the learning process at Tabernacle of Praise Christian Academy. The academic program incorporates their specialized knowledge and their willingness to unselfishly serve our children.

We believe that all children have the potential to learn. We support  innovative learning experiences in partnership with family, church, and community. We also believe that scholar behavior must reflect standards of good citizenship as expected by members of a democratic, Christian society. Scholar self-discipline and ethical behavior is one of the important goals of education. We also believe our school is a safe place for scholars when they fall from grace. Our scholars are taught about God's grace and forgiveness and are provided tools to help learn from their mistakes. 


Curriculum: Core Knowledge 

The Core Knowledge Foundation is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization based in Charlottesville, Virginia, and founded in 1986 by E. D. Hirsch, Jr., professor emeritus at the University of Virginia and author of many acclaimed books on education.


Tabernacle of Praise Christian Academy teaches in alignment with the Standards of Excellence and the Georgia  Content Standards.

  • Materials that focus on cultural heritage and help provide a unique perspective that our students understand and relate to.

    • Materials that use proven “research and discovery” educational methods to meet National and State Common Core Standards for academic content and rigor.

    • Materials that engage a contextual Biblical worldview approach.

    • Materials that focus on understanding enable more long-term retention and require less homework.

    • Materials that use a concept-focused approach provide a better understanding of principles of application.

    • Materials that make the textbook a tool and the teacher the key to learning. We allow the instructors creative skills in a plan of structured flexibility.

    • Materials that promote student interactivity for comprehension & understanding.

    • Materials that promote a multi-sensory approach to learning and provide both teachers and students with hands-on search and discovery activities and numerous technology support tools, including electronic interactivity for web and smart boards, use, and e-textbooks.  

    • Material that provides more ideas and portions for various in-classroom instruction methods produces a stimulating classroom.      

    • Materials engage a variety of learning styles and abilities and focus on teaching students. HOW to think.


TOPCA is committed to 1 to 1 technology by providing each scholar a laptop or iPad for school use. Each laptop is equipped with the most recent innovations to allow a seamless learning environment. 

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