Our History

BEGINNINGS: As a ministry of Wawarsing Gospel Church, Little Lambs Preschool was founded in 1981 as a Christian preschool designed to serve Christian families in the community, providing a safe haven for children to escape the worldly influence of the public-school system. Our administrator and teachers that faithfully served were qualified, well-educated, caring mothers and fathers from the local church’s families seeking a biblically based education for their own children.

GROWTH: In subsequent years, our school was expanded to serve grades pre-k through eighth, and Wawarsing Christian Academy was born. As the beginning pre-school students grew and the community took an avid interest in private, Christian education, increased enrollment created a need for a high school to be added. 

PRESENT DAY: As of July 2019, Community Bible Church has been restructured, and is now Christ the King Reformed Baptist Church.  As a continuing ministry of the church, the school has been renamed Christ Academy. While the name has changed, the mission will remain the same:  To be pleasing to our Creator, Christ Academy will seek to honor God by providing a Biblically based, academically rigorous education for its students in partnership with their parents.

Our Beliefs

Christ Academy is Evangelical and Reformed Baptist in its doctrine; embracing the essential truths of orthodox Christianity as articulated in the creeds, confessions, and systems of doctrine of the Protestant Reformation. For a more detailed articulation of our doctrinal commitments, see the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 in the “learn more” button above. The LBC is a compendium of theology that we believe best summarizes the teaching of Scripture.

What We Offer

Christ Academy offers a rigorous, Christian education experience for students in preschool through eighth grade.

*Christ Academy does not and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, marital status, or military status, in any of its activities of operations.*