Schedule

 
Monday – Friday
 
7:55 Students enter their Learning Centers
8:00 – 8:15 Opening Exercises – Devotions, Encouragement, and Announcements
8:15 – 9:20 Class time
9:25 – 9:40 Break time with snack
9:40 – 10:45 Class time
10:45 – 11:00 Break time (Wed. – Chapel 10:30 – 11:00)
11:00 – 12:05 Class time
12:05 – 12:35 Lunch
12:35 – 1:25 Class time
1:35 – 1:45 Break time
1:45 – 2:55 Class time (P.E. 2:00 – 2:45 Mon. & Thur.)
3:00 Dismissal
 
Note: This is a High School/Junior High School example schedule. Also note that Wednesday dismissal is at 2 p.m.
 

School Supplies

 
 
Reading Readiness Class – PK3 and PK4
 
All Students:
1/2 to 1 inch thick folding nap mat Crib size blanket or beach towel 9X9 inch pillow (or smaller) (optional) The above items MUST fit in top section of cubby
 
Backpack large enough for 9×12 inch folder to bring daily and lunch box Sweater or hoodless jacket to leave at school Complete change of clothes to include socks and underwear Old adult T-shirt to wear while painting Mark ALL of the above items with child’s name
 
Donation of Following items appreciated:
2 Large canisters of Clorox wipes 2 boxes of Baby wipes or refill packs Small tablet Fine tip black marker to mark all of your child’s belongings (keep it at home) We occasionally need other items and will ask for them as the need arises. Some items that you can start saving are the rolls from wrapping paper.
 
(PreK Parents are asked to bring all supplies to school at NEW PARENT ORIENTATION)
 
 
LEARNING-TO-READ CLASS
 
1 jumbo box of Kleenex 1 Wet Ones 1 Clorox wipes 1 roll of Bounty paper towels 1 folding nap mat 1 beach towel for cover 1 small pillow (optional) 1 small, soft, washable nap animal (optional) 1 sweater (to be left at school) 1 change of clothes (including underwear and socks) 1 large old shirt for painting
 
 
Learning Center 1/ELEMENTARY LEARNING CENTER
 
**Each student needs at least one good-sized NOTEBOOK and one FOLDER for ruled paper.
 
NUMBER 2 PENCILS – students may use mechanical pencils if desired, but should also
keep at least 2 regular wooden pencils as backups and extra lead
 
BLUE PENS – 2 regular blue ball-point Bic pens are sufficient. Pens should not be any
type other than ordinary blue INK ball-point (NO gel pens or erasable pens)
 
ERASER – at least one. The Magic Rub by Sanford can’t be beat. If you can’t find them,
we sell them at school for $1.00 a piece.
 
CRAYONS or COLORED PENCILS – one small box
 
RULER – please choose a flexible ruler with both English and Metric units
 
PAPER – a small amount of regular ruled paper
 
PENCIL BOX to keep school supplies. This is NOT an optional item.
 
BOX OF TISSUES – the Kleenex “cube” size fits best in these desks, and all students
MUST keep a ready supply of Kleenex at their desks
 
BIBLE – New International Version or King James Version
 
A small bottle of HAND SANITIZER
 
****Note: Please do NOT buy those huge trapper keepers or any large binders. These
are far too bulky to fit in the desks and will usually be sent home to stay.
 
 
 
Learning Center 2/HIGH SCHOOL
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LEARNING CENTER
 
NUMBER 2 PENCILS – students may use mechanical pencils if desired, but should also
keep at least 2 regular wooden pencils as backups and have extra lead
 
BLUE PENS – 2 regular blue ball-point Bic pens are sufficient. Pens should not be any
type other than ordinary blue ball-point ink (NO gel pens or erasable pens)
 
ERASER – at least one. The Magic Rub by Sanford can’t be beat. If you can’t find them,
we sell them at school for $1.00 each.
 
COLORED PENCILS
 
RULER – with both English and Metric units
 
PAPER – a small amount of regular ruled paper
 
PENCIL BOX to keep school supplies. This is NOT an optional item.
 
BOX OF TISSUES – All students MUST keep a ready supply of Kleenex at their desks
 
BIBLE – King James Version to complement the curriculum
 
Geometry and pre-Geometry students (only) need good quality protractors and compasses
(these may be purchased from the school)
 
HAND SANITIZER
 
****Note: Please do NOT buy those huge trapper keepers or any large binders. These
are far too bulky to fit in the desks and will usually be sent home to stay.
 
 

School Uniforms

VCA’s uniforms are available for purchase only through our school office. Students wear uniforms consisting of an embroidered Victory Christian Academy polo shirt available in six different colors, along with pants available in khaki or navy. Young ladies may also choose skirts in khaki or navy.
 

Scholarship

Character and Maturity Scholarship
A limited number of students may qualify for a Character and Maturity Scholarship offered by Victory Baptist Church to exemplary students. This scholarship can pay as much as $1800 toward a student’s tuition. Interested parents should see the principal for qualification information and an application.
 
Step up for Students Scholarship Fund
Income-Based Scholarship – Step Up For Students assists low-to-moderate income families with school expenses, allowing many families to consider school options they may not have been able to afford previously. This scholarship can pay for tuition, curriculum, enrollment fees, standardized testing, uniforms, and some other fees. For more information please call 1-877-735-7837 or visit www.stepupforstudents.org.
 
McKay Scholarship for Students with Disabilities
The McKay scholarship is for students who are currently in a public school and have an active I.E.P. (Individual Education Plan). They must have been diagnosed with a learning disability. Parents can choose another public school or a participating private school to enroll their child. The scholarship will pay for tuition, transportation, curriculum, tutoring, uniforms, etc. The first step is to file an “Intent to Participate” with the Department of Education. For more information go to http://www.floridaschoolchoice.org/Information/McKay or call the Info Hotline at 800-447-1636 or 850-245-0502.