Doris Todd Christian Academy scores well above the nation’s average in the Iowa Basics Achievement Test. The test content areas include Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and Bible Assessment. Results provide DTCA with diagnostic data in Word Analysis, Language Mechanics, Vocabulary, Math Computation, and Spelling.
- Grow in the knowledge of God and His love and care.
- Develop a healthy attitude toward school, teachers, and friends.
- Develop the ability to follow directions, make choices, and work independently.
- Develop the ability to express feelings and communicate them effectively.
- Develop an understanding of mathematical concepts through measuring, counting, patterning, and problem solving.
- Develop language skills through literature, dramatic play, storytelling, and social interaction.
Drop-off time – 7:30 - 8:00 a.m.
Regular Day – 7:30 - 2:15
Pick-up time – 2:15 p.m.
After School Care – 2:35 - 5:30 p.m.
In our Preschool, children participate in a variety of activities designed to help them grow socially, spiritually, emotionally, physically, and cognitively.
Our elementary students gain a firm foundation in academics, faith and community that will carry them through their educational years.
Communication is key in helping teachers and parents make it possible for children to succeed inschool. On Friday, our Kindergarten through Grade 5 teachers send home a This Week (outline and information about their class for the week) and a Weekly Report with your child’s test scores for the previous week. The report will also let you know if they turned in their homework.
Students in kindergarten through grade eight are given a list of verses to memorize for the year. Click here to view each grade's Bible verses.
Middle school is a time of transition and of tremendous growth and development. Students are guided through this season by caring staff that have a passion for this age group and challenge students to grow intellectually, socially, and spiritually.
Bible, Math, Grammar, Reading, Spelling, Writing, Science, Ancient World History, Art, Physical Education, Health and Computers.
Bible, Prealgebra, Grammar, Literature, Spelling, Writing, Science, World Studies and Hawaiian History, Band, Physical Education, Health and Computers.
Bible, Algebra, Grammar, Literature, Spelling, Writing, Science, U.S. History, Band, Physical Education, Health, Worldview, and Computers.
7:15 Faculty prayer time
7:30 Teacher on duty
7:50 Classes begin
2:45-5:30 After School Care
Students in kindergarten through grade eight are given a list of verses to memorize for the year. Bible Verse Lists by grade are given to each student at the beginning of the year.
Communication is key in helping teachers and parents make it possible for children to succeed in school. Middle School teachers send home a Weekly Report with your child’s test scores for the previous week. The report will also let you know if they turned in their homework. Mid-Quarter Progress Reports are mailed to parents if a student has a C or below in a subject.
Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Maui Christian Academy strives to provide a biblical worldview in all subjects to equip servant leaders to guide their families, businesses and communities. The best investment in the future is to build a solid foundation in children today.
In addition to their core classes, students are given a choice of a variety of electives. A focus in entrepreneurial leadership is interwoven into the curriculum as well. We have an incredible opportunity on Maui to draw world-class, successful business owners and CEOs, nonprofit leaders, teachers, pastors, skilled tradespeople, and industry leaders to speak to and teach our students.
Extra-curricular activities, including an annual missions trip are also part of shaping well-rounded, biblically informed leaders.
Our students have an opportunity to earn college credit and gain college-level academic skills while still in high school at any one of the following: Arizona Christian University, Colorado Christian University, and Grand Canyon University. They need to be at least 15 years old and have an unweighted high school GPA of 2.5 or higher.