It all starts with our online inquiry form. We’d love to know more about you, so reach out to tell us more about your family. You can also schedule a visit to check out our campus and meet some of the people who will help shape your child’s future. If it seems like MCA might be a good fit for your family, you can fill out our online application for admission. You can also learn more about our tuition and financial aid programs before you apply.
How Does My Family Get Started With MCA?
Do You Offer College Credit Plus and Advanced Placement Curriculum?
At Medina Christian Academy, we are always looking for ways to improve our course offerings while keeping a focus on integrating the Bible into our classrooms. We have formed a partnership with Malone University to be able to provide some outstanding courses that can transfer towards a college degree. A dedicated student could earn as many as 48 college credit hours here on our campus between CCP and AP courses. Here is a list of some of the CCP and AP course offerings that we currently offer.
AP Government and Politics
AP Calculus AB
AP Literature and Composition
AP Language and Composition
AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP Art and Design
AP Music Theory
AP US History
CCP English Composition
CCP Literature in Society
Where Can I Get More Information About the Course Offerings at MCA?
Links for Course Catalogs:
What Is Your Dress Code and Where Can I Buy the Uniforms My Child Will Need?
Our uniform policy follows these guidelines:
Students may wear Medina Christian Academy apparel every day. The apparel can be purchased at the MCA Spiritwear Shop or at our official MCA BSN Sports Sideline Shop. More information on our specific policy can be found here: MCA Student Appearance Standards
What Kinds of Activities Are Available for My Child at MCA?
Medina Christian Academy has robust activity offerings for kids of any age across vast interests and abilities.
Among the activities we offer:
Mission Trip Opportunities
Power of the Pen
ACSI Spelling Bee
ACSI Speech Meet
Knights Leadership Council
National Honor Society
Young Rembrandt Art Club
Mad Science Club
Boys and Girls Basketball (Varsity and Middle School)
Girls Volleyball (Varsity and Middle School)
Boys and Girls Cross Country (Varsity and Middle School)
Boys Soccer (Varsity)
Coed Track (Varsity and Middle School)
Boys Baseball (Varsity)