Our Foundation & Founding
The goal and foundation of Calvary Bible Academy are found in a Christ-centered philosophy aimed at developing the total child. The philosophy of humanism, which denies God, the Bible, and morality, has had an increasing influence on many public and private schools. The wise and caring parent now has an alternative through Christian Education. The curriculum, methods, and discipline used in Calvary Bible Academy are designed to build character and maintain a high academic standard. We have built-in incentives to instill Godly character, integrity, and a quality education into the lives of our students. Calvary Bible Academy has stayed true to these principles since it’s founding in 1981.
Our purpose here is to establish and maintain a firm and meaningful relationship with each family. Our goal is to meet the mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of our students and their families. This information will help you to determine if Calvary Bible Academy is right for you and your family.
The desire of Calvary Bible Academy is to reach families and help Christian parents to train their child for Christ. To reach the desired results of a quality Christian education there must be a thoughtful understanding between three parties: the family seeking to enter a child in CBA, the Academy, and the local church.
Accelerated Christian Education
A.C.E. provides Bible-based K–12 curriculum and student programs to homeschools and schools around the globe. A.C.E. stands out from other curriculum providers with its individualized, self-instructional, mastery-based approach. (ACE) P.O. box 299000 Lewisville, Texas 75029-9000 Phone: 1-800-925-777.
Abeka Christian Education
Abeka curriculum is a thoroughly Christian, traditional program that emphasizes biblical character building through their rigorous Kindergarten through 12 Grade.
Alpha Omega Publications
A Varity of lesson formats created to engage and inspire every type os student to learn. Every lesson weather digital or print is handcrafted with precision to engage the student to learn. 300 North Mckemy Avenue Chandler, AZ. 85226-2618 Phone: 1-800-622-3070
Calvary Bible Academy uses Christian technology to help train and teach our students. The following video will help you to see what current technology can do for your child’s learning.
Our Five Laws of Learning
1. Integrating Biblical Philosophy With Education. The pupil must be placed on a level of the curriculum where he can best perform. Level acknowledges that all students are different. "So we, being many, . . . Having gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us . . ." (Romans 12:5-6)
2. The pupil must set reasonable and appropriate goals which he can be expected to achieve in a reasonable and prescribed period of time. Goals reflect good judgment. "For which of you . . . sitteth not down first, and counteth the cost. . . ." (Luke 14:18)
3. The pupil must receive motivation through encouragement and support and achieve control through guidance and discipline in order to assimilate, use, and experience the educational material. Motivation is that inner desire prompted by the concerned supervisor/teacher. "Whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as to the Lord. . ." (Colossians 3:23) Control acknowledges the necessity = for discipline, guidance, and responsible leadership. "Train up a child in the way he should go. . . ." (Proverbs 22:6)
4. The pupil’s learning must have appropriate measurement applied to the results. Measurement of results relates to accountability. "For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall much be required. . . ." (Luke 12:48)
5. The pupil’s learning must receive recognition and reward for its value, effort, and significance. The reward is the proper recognition for the student’s effort. "Reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." (Philippians 3:13-14)
Administrator: Pastor Stacey Alan Wilder
Pastor Stacey Wilder is a 1985 graduate of CBA. He has his Bachelor’s degree in Bible from Bob Jones University 1990 and has been Principal since 1991. He received ACE training from Accelerated Christian Education located in Lewisville, Texas. ( Pastor Wilder has had 4 children graduate from the Academy and one presently in elementary)
Principal: Pastor Nathan Wilder
Pastor Nathan Wilder is a 2012 graduate of CBA. He attended West Coast Baptist from 2012-2014. He then came to intern at Calvary Bible Church while completing his bachelor’s degree from Baptist College of America. He graduated from Baptist College of America in 2017 and is now part of our full-time staff.
Supervisor: Mrs. Tami Wilder
Mrs. Tami Wilder is a 1985 graduate of CBA. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Bob Jones University 1989. She has been Supervisor during the years of 1991 -1993 and 2000 to present. ( Mrs. Wilder has had 4 children graduate from the Academy and one presently in elementary)
Supervisor: Mr. Joel Springs
Mr. Springs is a 2017 graduate of Calvary Bible Academy. He also graduated from Pensacola Christian College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Youth Ministry with an education emphasis in 2021.
Kindergarten: Mrs. Carolyn Neinas
Mrs. Carolyn Neinas graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Accelerated Christian Education in Lewisville, Texas. (Mrs. Neinas has had two children graduate from the Academy and one presently attending high school at the Academy)
Learning Center Aid: Mrs. Amy Symonds
Mrs. Amy Symonds graduated with a bachelor of Arts from Bob Jones University in Greenville, Sc. ( Mrs. Symonds has three children attending the Academy)
Learning Center Aid: Mrs. Jessica Wilder
Mrs. Jessica graduated with a degree in Secretarial Business from West Coast Baptist College and earned her certification in Medical Coding and Billing from Bryan University.
Calvary Bible Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.