Frequently Asked Questions
"The students are so polite. Many days I was thanked profusely just for giving them a spelling test."
-Graduate Student Observer from Local University

1. What kind of school is Abington Christian Academy?

Abington Christian Academy is a "best practices" school serving students in PreK3 through 2nd grade. The academy seeks to employ the most effective educational methods and curriculum possible--from time-tested classical beepmusic approaches to proven innovations. All subjects are taught from a distinctly Christian perspective with an emphasis on clarity in thought and expression and preparation for a life of leadership and service.

2. Where is the school located?
Abington Christian Academy is housed in the well-maintained United Methodist Church of Chinchilla. Nestled on the side of the hill on Layton Road in South Abington Township, the school is easily accessible from Route 81 and Route 6 & 11.

3. How much does it cost to attend Abington Christian Academy?

Tuition and fees are comparable to other local private schools. Please visit Tuition and Fees for the current rates.

4. Do you offer before/after care? 
Yes! Beginning in the Fall of 2018, before and after care will be provided for an additional fee.  See Tuition and Fees for further information!
5. What about scholarships?

Abington Christian Academy seeks to offer a high-quality Christian education to every family who would like to send their children to ACA; therefore, we encourage everyone family who desires to attend our school to apply. Partial tuition assistance is available through several means. Please check the Tuition Assistance page, or call the academy office at 570.586.5270 for more information.

5. How do prospective student families apply to the school?
Students are welcome to begin the application process immediately by downloading and completing the Application for Admission form. Parents can contact the school by calling 570.586.5270 with more specific questions regarding the process.

6. Is Abington Christian Academy the same as Summit Christian Academy?
No. Though both are Christian schools in the Clarks Summit area, they are separate entities.