Quality Christian Education Pre-School through High School
A private Somersworth, New Hampshire Christian school serving the working-class Seacoast region of New Hampshire and southern Maine
Based in Somersworth, New Hampshire, Tri-City Christian Academy has served families with children from pre-kindergarten through high school since its founding in 1985. The TCCA Community strives to provide a quality Christian education and child care for your children.
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Mission Statement ~ “To advance the dual propositions that Jesus Christ is Lord over every area of life and thought and that man’s chief end is to 'glorify God and enjoy Him forever,' Tri-City Christian Academy strives to guide students in academic achievement and in Christian character maturation, as these aspirations are derived and articulated from the Word and Sacrament ministries of the Church Universal.”
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Dedication and Administrative Letter - 2020 Yearbook
The Yearbook class completed the 2020 yearbook at the beginning of April. We are looking forward to having you all recieve yours. We haven't planned how to do that just yet but every student WILL recieve one.
In the meantime you can get a sneak-peak and enjoy the letter of dedication written for our Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Treat. You can also read the administrative lettere from Mr. Edgar.
COVID-19 and Influenza Letter to the Community - 04/20/2020
April 20, 2020
Dear TCCA Families, Faculty, and Staff:
Here is my attempt to provide more clarification and information on TCCA’s response to Governor Sununu’s press conference and letter from last Thursday, April 16th.
The Governor’s letter, posted on his official web site last Thursday, stated that New Hampshire public schools would continue their remote instruction through the remainder of the school year. Subsequent clarifications revealed that in the Governor’s press conference speech, he also included New Hampshire non-public schools in this directive. Therefore, TCCA will follow his instruction to remain physically closed while continuing remote instruction through the remainder of the school year.
Our school board did discuss his statement that the “New Hampshire Department of Education will be providing school districts with guidance by the middle of May on how to conduct Extended School Year (ESY) programs and other summer programming.” We will await this guidance before making and announcing firm decisions on our various end-of-year events and on TCCA’s Summer Camp.
For the present, here is the latest information I have concerning our many end-of-year events: