Frequently Asked Questions
Applications can be downloaded directly from the Admissions page of our website or they can be requested by mail. All pages marked “return to
CCA” as well as translated transcripts and a copy of the first page of the passport are to be sent in either by mail or courier service along with a $100 application fee.
For the fall term, our deadline is open through the summer as space is available, but July 15th is the general deadline date. Those applying for spring term must have
their applications in by January 1st or earlier.
Canyonville Christian Academy has an excellent ESL program for level 1 beginning English as well as level 2 advanced. The goal is for ESL students to become integrated into the main stream
English classes as soon as possible. CCA also has a state of the art computerized ESL listening lab so that individual attention can be given to listening and
pronunciation skills. For additional information click here.
NO. Canyonville Christian Academy is a standard private high school in the state of Oregon. We are accredited through the Northwest Accreditation Association (NWAC). CCA is primarily a boarding school but also offers entrance to local day students.
We do not require TOEFL but gladly accept SLEP test results if they are available.
This is not a requirement and an English-proficiency test will be given once a student has arrived.
Once an application is received, it is reviewed by the admissions committee and decided upon for acceptance. The student or agency is then notified by e-mail of acceptance. An invoice is e-mailed along with CCA’s bank routing information and the student or agency is required to submit payment of 1 full semester plus refundable room deposit by wire transfer. CCA will then send the I-20 and other admissions documents by DHL delivery which takes 2 or 3 days to arrive. To view additional information about the I-20 please visit the admissions page.
Canyonville Christian Academy issues the I-20 for the F1 student visa which is for multiple years. The J1 visa is a student exchange visa that is only good for one academic year and is usually used by a standard public school. CCA does not issue J1 visas nor do we get involved in trying to switch a student from a J1 to an F1 visa. We are strictly F1.
Our tuition prices are listed on page 3 of our application form which can be viewed
and downloaded from the Admissions page.
Each year varies but the average is between 70% & 80%.
We average at least 90% or higher of our graduates who go on to further education.
It is not required for a student to have a laptop. Many of our students do bring their own laptops and we have wireless internet on campus and in the dormitories. We also have a computer lab for those without laptops as well as computers in the dormitory study areas and in the student center.
No, Canyonville Christian Academy does not provide home stay for students. We are a boarding school with dormitories for girls and for boys
Yes, Canyonville Christian Academy has transportation available. Oregon has 3 major airports. The 2 closest to the school are Medford (MFR) and Eugene (EUG) which are both about 1.5 hours
away. Portland (PDX) is the largest but is also the furthest away at 3.5 hours one way. The travel fees vary by distance and also by the number of other students that are also picked up. A large percentage of the incidental account goes for travel fees. You can view the travel fee’s document here.
Please note: student placement will depend on the amount of credits a student has earned at other schools before arriving at Canyonville Christian Academy. Not all credits will transfer. Certain courses are required by the State of Oregon to graduate.
*Mathematics (Must Include 1 credit in Algebra I)
* Social Studies (Must include World History, U. S. History, Economics and Government)
*Science (Must include 1 credit in a “lab” science)
*Foreign Language - Fine Arts, Applied arts
*Bible (1 credit for per year at CCA)
*The College track courses are suggestions which reflect standard university requirements.
Canyonville Christian Academy is accredited with the Northwest Accreditation Commission.
Yes we do! From another American school, most credits will transfer. The same is true for a good majority of international schools. An international student studying at another American school that holds an I-20 for the F1 student visa must also have his I-20 transferred from that school to CCA. We will assist in the process.
CCA is not affiliated with any particular church denomination and welcomes students of all faiths. Canyonville Christian Academy is definitely a Christian school and believes that faith in God is the foundation for a healthy, well rounded life. We have a chapel service on Wednesdays and Sundays. Visit our Mission page for more details.
$100 non redundable / $250 refundable room deposit, $600 incidental account— mainly for travel fees, but also for any testing fees, etc.
Books? No additional cost- included in tuition. Uniforms if needed? $15 for p.e. uniform. Average cost of daily lunches purchased on campus? 3 daily meals provided. Sports/activity/material fees etc.? No additional cost – included in tuition
Oregon requires two of the following fine arts credits: foreign language, art or music.
The student’s native language courses generally fulfill the 2 fine arts credit requirement.
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