Dr. Brian Mast Appointed President

Dr. Brian Mast Appointed President of Mount Dora Christian Academy Dr. Brian Mast has been named President, effective December 1st, 2019.  Dr. Mast’s appointment follows the retirement of Dr. James Moore who has served as President since 1990. As President, Dr. Mast will have responsibility for advancing the organization’s educational and spiritual leadership.  He will

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MDCA JOB OPENINGS! Availability: Winter 2020 Seeking candidates in the following areas of certification. After School Care Assistant To apply for After School Care Assistant, please contact Dr. Connie Collins at 352-415-9353 or by email at [email protected] After School Care Assistant Job Description Guest Teaching To apply for Guest Teacher, please pick-up a packet at

MDCA Wins Athletic Program of the Year

MDCA Wins Athletic Program of the Year Mount Dora Christian Academy (MDCA) has been selected as the Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) Cary McDonald Award Winner for “Athletic Program of the Year” in the 3A private school classification for the 2017-2018 school year. The official FACA Cary McDonald Award presentation will be made by FACA

Mount Dora Christian Academy Appoints New Head of School

Mount Dora Christian Academy Appoints New Head of School Mount Dora Christian Academy (MDCA) announced its new Head of School for the 2018-19 school year. Former Principal of Lower Schools, Mrs Lori Hadley has been selected to lead the school into this next year succeeding former Head of School and Secondary Principal, Dr Brad Moser.

Cletus Stutzman, Former Coach and President, passes

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing on Feb. 2, 2018, of Cletus Stutzman, former President of Mount Dora Christian Academy & Children’s Home (known then as Christian Home & Bible School). Bro. Stutzman graduated from “CH&BS” in 1952 and later returned to spend his career here as a teacher, coach, athletic

Overscheduled Children – 4 Signs, Symptoms & Solutions

Overscheduled Children: Signs & Symptoms Nowadays there’s a great deal of discussion about adults being too busy and overly stressed, resulting in a terrible toll taken on their bodies. However, nobody seems to be applying the same concept to children or kids. And why would they? Isn’t it in their nature to be constantly all

 
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