Internet & Kids Safety

The internet is a staple in today’s culture, particularly for youth. At Mount Dora Christian Academy all of our students begin using iPads as a crucial part of their learning experience by 6th grade. With that said, the Academy also enforces important internet safety guidelines for students, and encourages parents to follow tips from Federal

Seven Tips to Help Your Child Manage Stress

Between school work, sports, and time spent with family and friends, life is stressful even for our kids. So how can we help our kids manage stress? These seven tips could lead to a decline in your child’s stress level and an increase in academic performance. Seven Tips For Helping Your Child Manage Stress:  Stop

MDCA Summer Camp Begins

Mount Dora Christian Academy began its first week of summer camp following Memorial Day. This nine week camp included fun weekly themes, daily snacks, field trips and before and after care. The first week of camp was career week. On Tuesday, the Mount Dora Police Department and Lake County EMS visited the campus. The campers

Sophomore Melody Coe Uncovers Hidden Storytelling Talent

Mount Dora Christian Academy Sophomore Melody Coe performed her version of Jewish folktale “The Tailor” at Florida Storytelling Festival in April. Melody was one of the four recipients of the 2016 Virginia Rivers Scholarships for Youthful Voices. Melody comments on her talent discovery, “During my time at the storytelling festival we worked, as youthful voices,

Faithworks 2016

On Friday, March 4th Mount Dora Christian Academy set aside an entire day of academic instruction to serve the surrounding community. MDCA students from PK2-12th grade traveled around Lake County and Orlando to serve organizations such as Lake Cares, Habitat for Humanity, and the Russell Home. Many students traveled to Umatilla to clean up and