Dual Enrollment:

CCA connects parents and students to dual enrollment courses from accredited colleges that give the student the opportunity to complete college credits during their high school years. While dual enrollment is a fabulous opportunity to earn college credit while completing high school transcript requirements, it is not for every student. Colleges do not require students to complete any college level classes to apply for admissions or scholarships.
Our experienced advisors are ready to help you navigate the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant process and other cost effective dual enrollment opportunities.


CC A requires testing for grades 3,5,7,9 and 10-12. For grades 2-9 we offer multiple options that will best suit and prepare your student/s for future test-taking in high school and beyond. We encourage you to choose between on-site, on-line, special needs accommodations, or a combination of the aforementioned that best serves your family. Your advisor will help guide you to the best option. For more information about the test options we offer visit http://www.homeschooltestingservices.com.
Testing in grades 3,5,7 and 9 is used strictly for evaluation and mentoring purposes. We do not publish or penalize students for low scores in specific subjects or cumulative scores. However, it is CCA’s goal to help you search out ways to educate your student most effectively so their scores will reflect your student’s hard work.
Students in grades 10-12 need to register online for the ACT or SAT college entrance exams. We also encourage students to take the PSAT their junior year. All scores should be sent to Cumberland Christian Academy for submission with your high school transcript. CCA requires a composite score of at least 19 on the ACT or the equivalent on the SAT to receive a high school diploma.