Cornerstone Adventist Academy is to prepare students not just for success in this life but for eternity. However, it is crucial that we provide academic excellence. The Carolina Conference Department of Education has recognized the need for new and innovated ways to educate and challenge this generation of learners. These innovated methods are implemented at Cornerstone Adventist Academy.
Come to the Carolina's - Teacher Position Available . . .
Our teacher, Sonja Eberhart, will retire at the end of this school year. Cornerstone Adventist Academy in Charlotte, NC will be looking for a principle/teacher for the new school year. Simply click on the link below for all the information you’ll need
Schools Open . . .
It was a colorful welcome for students when school opened, Monday, August 14. Our teachers along with Norma Bethancourt, school board chairman, had everything in place for students when they arrived for school.
Field Trip Schedule for 2023-2024
Wednesday 13 - Raptor Center Presentation at CAA
Monday 18 - Visit Schiele Museum
Thursday 19 - Visit Town Creek Indian Mound State Historic Site
Friday 03 - Visit Country Daze Corn Maze
Thursday 16 - Visit Kings Mountain
Friday 08 - Visit DEFY Charlotte Trampoline Park
Friday 16 - Mad Scientist Presentation at CAA
Thursday 07 - Visit Boone's Cave Park
Monday April 01 - Visit Lazy 5 Ranch
NYPD Policeman Meets with Students . . .
When an emergency happens, seconds count. It may be an approaching storm or an intruder enters the school, what do you do? Students at Cornerstone Adventist Academy in Charlotte learned skills that save lives.
It was “Safety-First” when Donzel Cleare visited the school, Wednesday, August 16. The School board invited Cleare, a twenty-year veteran of the NYPD, to present a class on safety. Cleare, who is also a member of University City Church, taught students basic skills. Students were attentive and excited as they learned about what to do in an emergency along with the following:
What to do with storm alert
Where to hide from an intruder
They learned “code-words” to alert others & where to go.
These are just a few of the vital safety information that Cleare presented. The school board plans to continue this program with more detailed training.