Accreditations & Affiliations

CAA is a private, distance-based learning school that is accredited both nationally and regionally and recognized by TEPSAC. Christian Academy of America is registered as a private school with the state of Texas and has been serving families for over thirty years. School Accreditation reflects a school’s trustworthiness in the process of providing a quality educational program. CAA strive to provide our students with a quality educational program. Therefore, the Academy makes every effort to meet or exceed state and national educational guidelines for grade school through high school.

Christian Academy of America is nationally accredited by the National Association of Private Schools (NAPS). NAPS is an independent educational association consisting of private school administrators and Christian educators from across the United States and Canada. The Association is dedicated to recognizing and improving the spiritual and
educational quality of private and Christian schools that excel in the nontraditional private school environment. Mr. Jonathan Pulaski, administrator at Christian Academy of America, is privileged to serve on the Board of Directors of NAPS.

CAA is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools/Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools. Middle States Association is a regional accrediting association that accredits both public and non-public educational institutions. Programs of study accredited by Middle States are part of an international educational network whose members have demonstrated success in educating students. Middle States has recognition worldwide as a symbol of quality academic schools. These rigorous standards of accreditation provide the following direct benefits for parents and
students:
1. Experiencing ease in transferring credits from one school to another.
2. Gaining greater access to federal loans, scholarships, post-secondary education and military programs that require students have attended a school with accreditation.
3. Benefiting from this institution’s commitment to raising student performance and accountability.

Christian Academy of America is pleased to be accredited by the Association of Christian Teachers and Schools (ACTS). ACTS is a non-profit organization that strives to set new standards of Christ-centered academic excellence while assisting Christian schools to realize the highest level of educational credibility. ACTS is passionately committed to a Biblical Worldview that is consistent with God’s Word, building
partnerships with Christian schools, and serving current and prospective members with resources, consulting, advice, and mentoring.

The Texas Private Schools Association is a statewide organization representing more than 800 accredited private schools and 250,000 students throughout the state of Texas. TPSA advocates for the independence of Texas private schools, ensuring their freedom to fulfill their unique missions and meet the diverse needs of students.

National Council for Private School Accreditation 
Recognizing quality schools & accreditors worldwide and serving as a national review panel for the standards and review procedures of private school accrediting associations.

The Texas Private School Accreditation Commission (TEPSAC) helps ensure quality in private schools by monitoring and approving organizations that accredit the various non-public elementary and secondary educational institutions in the state of Texas.

The relationship of TEPSAC with the State Commissioner of Education allows for many essential services and activities related to accredited non-public schools including the transferability of student credits earned in accredited non-public schools to Texas public schools.

Christian Academy of America graduates have entered hundreds of Colleges and Universities
including community, regional, private and state colleges, technical schools, U.S. Military
Academies (including West Point) and several branches of the Military.
Accreditation does not guarantee entrance into any College or University, Technical
School, Military Academy, or Branch of Military Service. Furthermore, accreditation
does not guarantee the transferring of high school credits from one school to another.