Tri-City Christian Academy

The Kernersville Seventh-day Adventist Church, together with the Greensboro, High Point, Triad Adventist Fellowship and Winston-Salem churches, have operated Tri-City Christian Academy at 8000 Clinard Farms Road in High Point since 1957. 

The K-10 grade school currently has 144 students in grades PreK-11th with plans to add grade 12.   Currently there are 10 full-time teachers with 12 additional support staff.  The low student-teacher ratio, the intentional interaction of students in different grade levels and an emphasis on Christian service and leadership development is what makes the school unique.  Many visitors remark about the caring homeschool-like atmosphere that characterizes the school.

Tri-City Christian Academy offers an emphasis on physical fitness together with a gymnastics program, a 5-octave performing hand bell choir, instruction in Spanish, a full science lab, an art room, robotics, a full service cafeteria, an annual mission trip, and the integration of iPads in the upper grades.  Students regularly score above the national average on standardized tests. 

The school is one of 7,800 Seventh-day Adventist schools around the world, making it part of the largest Protestant school system in the world.  It is also the largest Adventist day academy in North and South Carolina.

In August of 2016 the school moved into a new 31,000 square foot facility on the existing campus.  Currently the 5 constituent churches are working together to retire the remaining $4.6 million dollar loan.

Tri-City Christian Academy accepts students from all church and faith backgrounds.

To learn more about the school or to make a donation to the capital campaign visit www.tricityschool.com.  To view archived construction videos of the school visit www.buildingforeternity.com.  To arrange a visit or learn about student enrollment call the school at 336-665-9822.