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Tyrone private school receives recognition

The educational challenge of the 21st century has motivated Crestwood Christian Academy a ministry of the Crestwood Baptist Church, to uphold their standard of excellence that has earned them Quality status.

Using the individualized Bible-based curriculum of Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.), this school focuses on Christian character training and outstanding academic accomplishments by its students, and also demonstrates a continuing commitment to state-of-the-art, computer-enhanced education.

This year, the average student’s grade in all subject areas was 90 percent PACE average. Many students completed well over one year’s standard academic expectations.

Crestwood Christian Academy believes that their school’s achievement is attributed in part to community commitment to maintain an atmosphere where a school such as Crestwood Christian Academy can effectively educate our youth today for tomorrow’s achievements.

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