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

Trudeau Sets MDCA Record

Mount Dora, FL – On Saturday, January 21, 2017, Sophomore Taylor Trudeau set two school records against Orangewood Christian. Trudeau made 12 shots from the 3 point line and scored a total of 62 points. MDCA’s previous single scoring record was set by Mark Gordon in 2016 with 60 points. The MDCA bulldogs defeated Orangewood

MDCA Sports Complex Groundbreaking

Over 700 students, parents, MDCA staff members, and community leaders gathered this morning on the campus of Mount Dora Christian Academy to participate in a groundbreaking ceremony for the school’s new 4.5 million dollar sports complex. Construction will begin in the near future on this facility which will feature a synthetic turf field, an Olympic-sized

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

Football Senior Night Celebration!

On Friday night, we honor our graduating seniors who play football, serve as water girls, and work on the production team for MDCA. Congratulations to the class of 2017!    

P is for Pig!

This week Mrs. Nichol’s class studied and celebrated the letter “P”! Students ate pancakes, popped popcorn and even got to pet a Pig named Jack!

STEM in Mrs. Swearingen’s Class

Mrs. Swearingen’s 4th grade class brought to life the concepts of main idea and supporting details in a STEM experiment. Groups of students were asked to build a structure that would support a marshmallow. Each group was provided with 20 dry spaghetti noodles, 3 yards of tape and some yarn.

Craft Studio Art Projects

Mrs. Moser’s Craft Studio Art class began the year planning a project, deconstructing pallet boards, sanding the boards, painting and decorating their pieces to create individual wall decor.