Why Choose Salem County Christian Academy?

Who Are We? 

Founded in 1978, Salem County Christian Academy provides Christ-centered education to over 175 students each year. The Academy receives support from local churches, businesses, parents & alumni.

What Does Salem County Christian Academy Believe? 


What is Our Goal? 

“By providing an excellent academic curriculum, offering a variety of extracurricular activities, and assembling a caring, culturally diverse community, we, with the support of parents and local churches, empower students from Christian families to develop their gifts within the context of a Biblical Christian worldview so that they can act as Christ’s transforming agents in a global society”.

Which Curriculum does Salem County Christian Academy Utilize? 

Across the academic spectrum from gifted to challenged, Salem County Christian Academy focuses on a learning appropriate approach for each of its students. In addition to a strong academic program, Salem County Christian Academy offers a multitude of service opportunities, a fine arts program which promotes creative expression and a vibrant athletic program. Nearly half of all high school students participate in sports team activities. Salem County Christian Academy provides students with a nurturing community where they are academically challenged from a Christian perspective, while learning to balance academic workload with extracurricular activities.

What are the Demographics of the Salem County Christian Academy Student Body? 
Our students come from over 10 communities and 12 different Christian churches. Although our student body is predominantly Caucasian, we are committed to meeting the needs of all children residing in Salem County and beyond. Academically, over 90% of our high school graduates attend schools of higher learning.

Do You Offer Transportation? 

As of now, Salem County Christian Academy does not provide transportation. However, there is an agreement between Carney’s Point/Penns Grove public schools to bus students residing within their service area to our school. If you reside in Carney’s Point, you may be eligible for this service. Students from other districts, with the exception of Salem City residents, may be eligible to receive reimbursements in lieu of transportation from their local school district. Students must apply for, and be approved by their local district, for busing reimbursement.

How Do I Schedule a Parent Tour? 

We would be happy to schedule a personal tour for you! Please call the Academy office to schedule a tour of our campus at 856-678-9464.

Do You Offer Student Visits?  Yes! The best way to discover the benefits of a Salem County Christian Academy education is for your family to experience it first-hand. Students applying to grades 5-12 are encouraged to spend a full-day with a student host attending classes and participating in the many exciting activities that occur during a typical school day. Students in the lower grades are encouraged to spend ½ day. Please call the office to request a student visit.

Salem County Christian Academy, 104 Sparks Ave., Pennsville, NJ 08070  856.678.9464

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Private Christian School and Preschool, Pennsville, NJ
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Salem County Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic or other school administered programs.