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  • Covenant Student Creates Apple App

    Cole Brooks, 7th grade student at Covenant Academy, is the creator of a new application for iOS users. The app is called Lunar Phase Calendar and is currently available in the Apple iStore.You can download the app for free and have instant access to a calendar containing lunar phase information including pictures. One unique aspect of the program is that you can look at past dates on the calendar as well as future dates.   Read More...

  • Covenant's Sensational Six

    With heated debate over Common Core, heartbreaking stories of classroom violence, and a multitude of other issues facing students today, you may wonder if there's anything "normal" and peaceful going on in our schools.There is!  In fact, something wonderful is happening right here in Cypress, Texas.Continue Reading...   Read More...

  • Regional Speech Meet Winners

    Covenant Academy earns 15 medals.  Students at Covenant Academy participated in the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) regional Speech Meet.  CA won a total of 15 medals including 8 Gold, 4 Silver and 2 Bronze.   Read More...

  • CA 6th Grade Meets the Governor

    Covenant Academy 6th graders travel to Austin to meet Governor Greg Abbott and State Representative Gary Elkins.  The trip culminated with the entire class being officially recognized on the floor of the State Legislature and an extensive tour of the Capitol.     Read More...

  • 8th Grade Visits Washington, DC

    8th Grader students from Covenant Academy travel to Washington, DC.  Students visited the Supreme Court, Capitol Building, Smithsonian, National Monument, Lincoln Memorial and much more. The trip serves as the end cap of 2 years of U.S. History and Government studies and earns credit towards their High School transcript.   Read More...

  • CA is a School for Today's Students

    "...Often newer isn't better, especially when it comes to education. Covenant Academy embraces a curriculum that is both classical and Christian. It’s how our forefathers were educated and how the early church trained up its children.   Read More...