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Latest News

Open house – a SOARing Success and families new and old joined on the first day of Catholic Schools’ Week

 

Shoot-a-thon – Free throw championships sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and a Pep Rally with Cleveland Cavaliers Mascot, Sir CC.

Science Fair – Our scholarly Eagles cap off a tremendous school day with presentations to volunteer judges from the surrounding communities.
 

Junior Model United Nations – Eager Eagles soar across the city to John Carroll University for the Cleveland Council of World Affairs Junior Model United Nations Winter Conference.

 

Bitty Bop Dance – The littlest Eagles break it down a dance sponsored by PTG with guests DJ’s from Student Council.

 

 

 

Corpus Christi Academy girls coach Mimi Shaughnessy
inducted into CYO Hall of Fame

 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUNDAY, JANUARY 26
11AM – 2PM

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Though the Building May be Closed to Students and Families through May 1st;

EDUCATION CONTINUES at Corpus Christi Academy. Although the building closure has been extended our commitment to substantive learning and growth has never wavered. Corpus Christi Academy will continue to provide substantive educational, emotional, and behavioral support and growth for our students and our families. Presently we do not know the impact on the length of the school year, on Spring Break, or on our need to do anything more than what has already been taking place at “The Academy”. We as a faculty, staff, administration, and school will continue to grow and learn as well. Strengthened through the toughest of times our Eagles will continue to SOAR! As more information becomes available from the Diocese of Cleveland, the Ohio Department of Education, and the Governor’s Office we will share it with you and forge forward together!
 

WHAT CAN WE DO MOVING FORWARD

Teachers Will:

           1. Continue to reach out to the students and families on a very regular basis,                  minimum bi-weekly;

2. Adhere to our school schedule of building use, Tuesday through Thursday 9am to noon, if other arrangements need to be made please contact Bob Oriti

3. Follow social distancing and hygiene policies regarding a minimum of 6 feet, cleaning and sanitizing, and practicing proper sneezing techniques

4. Facilitate the education of the students through a remote learning environment

5. Ensure the functionality of a school that is continuing education through a remote learning environment

6. Continue to clean; All of the rooms have been sanitized and will continue to be sanitized as we progress through the next month.

7. Utilize our GoogleMeets Master Schedule to avoid conflicts for families

8. Support our students and families Socially and Emotionally

9. Communicate the intended learning and clear directions for our students and families

10. Continue to be flexible, all of our students and families have a different home/life and circumstance, please work with them

11. PROVIDE substantive educational endeavors for our students and families that promote educational development, encourage creativity, and espouse a growth mindset.

At Corpus Christi Academy WE “Believe that Jesus is the Model”!

 

Our Students Will:

           1. Support their families through proper behavior, adherence to parental                          instruction, and helping around the house

2. Complete school work via the remote learning environment to the best of their abilities

3. Understand that our teachers are there to support them

4. Reach out to your teachers with the premiss that after 3pm they may not get to your question until the next day

5. Develop patience and understand that all of the work should not be done in one day, do not get overwhelmed, if you begin to feel that way reach out to your teachers

6. Remain at home and practice proper social distancing techniques when outside

7. Assist their siblings or anyone else in the household as much as they can as often as they have the ability to do so

8. Contact Mrs. Bandfield with any technology issues at: administrative@corpuschristiacad.org

9. Act as role models for others during these difficult times because at Corpus Christi Academy WE “Believe that Jesus is the Model”!

 

Our Parents Will:

1. Be Safe, Be Healthy, and Be Well

2. Confirm expectations with the teachers

3. Communicate with children, teachers, and administration

4. Facilitate proper social distancing techniques; students cannot be on campus

5. Find a work area for your child preferably not a bedroom

6. Develop clear expectations for work times and work loads; do not let yourselves or your children get overwhelmed

7. Contact Mrs. Bandfield with any technology issues at: administrative@corpuschristiacad.org

 

WE ALL WILL:

           1. Find time to pray

2. Support our “Neighbor” whether in body, mind, or spirit

3. Develop new skills

4. Try something new

5. Accept the Challenge

6. Face our current reality

7. Grow stronger as a result of it; because at Corpus Christi Academy WE “Believe that Jesus is the Model”!

 

 

 
 

 


EdChoice

EDCHOICE EXPANSION PROGRAM 2020-2021

Open to students entering Grades K-12 for the 2020-2021 school year who are not assigned to one of the schools on the Designated Public School list. The EdChoice Scholarship covers tuition ONLY. The parent/guardian is responsible for payment of the registration and technology fees.

This is an income based program. To apply, parents must submit the following to the school:

  • Completed EdChoice application form
  • Copy of child(ren)’s birth certificate(s)
  • Proof of residency (utility bill such as water, gas, electric; utility bill must show both billing and service addresses; cell phone bills are not acceptable). A complete list of acceptable proof of residency documents appears on the application form.

The Ed Choice Expansion program is income based; therefore, families are required to submit an Income Verification Form along with the requested documentation directly to the State of Ohio. Any family who qualifies for the Ed Choice Expansion program will not be required to pay the difference between the EdChoice award and the tuition charged by Corpus Christi Academy.

 

EDCHOICE TRADITIONAL PROGRAM 2020-2021

Open to students entering Grades K-12 who are assigned to one of the schools on the Designated Public School list as posted for the 2019-2020 school year. The EdChoice Scholarship covers tuition ONLY. The parent/guardian is responsible for payment of the registration and technology fees.

To apply, parents must submit the following to the school:

  • Completed EdChoice application form
  • Copy of child(ren)’s birth certificate(s)
  • Proof of residency (utility bill such as water, gas, electric; utility bill must show both billing and service addresses; cell phone bills are not acceptable). A complete list of acceptable proof of residency documents appears on the application form.

Under the traditional EdChoice program, parents are responsible for paying the difference between the EdChoice award and the tuition charged by Corpus Christi Academy. However, if a family qualifies for low income status, this requirement is waived. To qualify for Low Income Status, parents would need to submit an Income Verification Form with required documentation directly to the State of Ohio.

EdChoice is open now. Time to submit your Renewal Applications, or EdChoice Application if you are new to the program.  http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Other-Resources/Scholarships/EdChoice-Scholarship-Program/EdChoice-Scholarship-Information-for-Parents/How-to-Apply-1

CONFIRMATION:  On Tuesday March 10th Members of our Eighth Grade, Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, and St. Clare Parish were confirmed by Bishop Amos.


State of the Art Technology

   

Corpus Christi is a GSuite school that harnesses the power of Google to assist in the education of our students. With GSuite our students can be working on something in school and pick right up where they left off at home without losing information or having to use a flash drive.

We offer 1:1 technology with every student being issued a device to use during school hours that includes Chromebooks, touch screen Chomebooks, and Ipads. Every classroom is equipped with a classroom laptop, Ipad, and Interactive Whiteboard.

Technology is used seamlessly throughout the school day for everything from education in the arts, math practice, to writing and revising essays. Students are able to interact with the outside world, and put their learning into practice for real world application.


Eagles Before and After Care

       Corpus Christi Academy offers Before and After Care to its registered families on scheduled school days. Students can arrive for Before Care as early as 7:00 am and picked up from After Care as late as 6:00 pm. The program includes homework time, play and snack in a supervised classroom. Learn More…  

 


Service Learning

     CCA students live out their motto “To Serve” by helping the local community through individual service projects as well as classroom service projects.  Some of the organizations that CCA has supported include Altercare Nursing and Rehab Center, Fatima Family Center, the Malachi House, Cloistered Sisters and Carmelite Sisters, Children’s hospitals, Harvest for Hunger, Coats for Kids, Local Students in need, and the Cleveland Food Pantry.

 


Junior Model United Nations

    Model UN is a unique, interactive program that brings world affairs alive for students. Through participation in Model UN simulations, students achieve global learning objectives. They are empowered to investigate the world, recognize different perspectives, communicate ideas to diverse audiences, and apply what they learn creatively during research, debate, and conference time. To participate in Model UN, school teams pick countries to represent in simulations of real UN committees. Adult advisors support students in researching and debating a variety of international challenges and their possible solutions.

 

Mission Statement
The Corpus Christi Academy mission is to work in partnership with parents to nurture and inspire each student to serve as respectful, responsible and resourceful students in a Christ-centered community.