Calvary Baptist Academy


Calvary Baptist Academy partners with Abeka Academy to provide students with first-class academic training through the use of the Abeka Online Video-Streaming Program. This program features high-quality video instruction from highly-qualified master teachers and uses Christian character-building textbooks from Abeka Book. Abeka is a trusted curriculum that has been around for over 40 years, is used by approximately 10,000 Christian schools across America and around the world, and is used by over 1 million children worldwide. The Abeka curriculum provides an academically challenging, college preparatory education while at the same time emphasizing strong Christian values, development of character, self-discipline, and proper study habits. We consistently find that students who use the Abeka curriculum attain superior academic achievement and are often found to be one to two years ahead of those in their same grade level in the public school system.

Advantages of the Abeka Online Video-Streaming Program

  1. Your child will receive a truly Christian education – one that is based on the truths of God’s Word.  Because your child will be using the Abeka Book curriculum, you can know he will not be exposed to humanistic secular textbooks.
  2. Your child will receive first-class academic training.  Students in schools using this curriculum attain superior academic achievement.  Your child will benefit from the same excellence in academics.
  3. We offer this quality Christian education at an affordable cost.  By using Abeka Online Video-Streaming teachers, one on-site teacher/administrator can teach several grades, keeping CBA’s teacher cost low. 

To view sample videos for specific subjects, click on the link below.  


FAQs about the Abeka Online Video-Streaming Program

Calvary Baptist Academy uses the Abeka Online Video-Streaming Program for grades 1-12.  If you have any questions about how this works, please check out the below information which explains this program and how it will work for your child.

What is the Abeka Online Video-Streaming Program? Calvary Baptist Academy partners with Abeka Academy to provide online video streaming of Pensacola Christian Academy’s master teachers. Pensacola Christian Academy has recorded their experienced master teachers as they teach all subjects in Grades K4-12th. Abeka continues to update these videos on a continual basis so as to keep them fresh, relevant, and up-to-date.These videos were recorded in such a way so as to include not only the students present in the video but also to include the future students who would be watching these videos.  In doing this, Abeka has been able to make this quality traditional education possible and affordable to students all around the world. 

The students of CBA will mainly receive instruction from the master teachers via the Abeka Online Video-Streaming Program.  CBA’s on-site teacher/administrator will train and enforce proper classroom habits, follow the progress of each class, check homework and class assignments, grade papers, help students in areas they struggle, listen to oral reading, and supervise daily procedures. Normal class problems are handled as in any typical classroom setting.  Seat work, independent work time, recess, lunch-room and restroom breaks are built into the master schedule.

At the beginning of the school year, students will purchase a kit containing the textbooks and materials needed for their grade’s Abeka Online Video-Streaming classes.  The on-site teacher/administrator will have a detailed instruction manual (written by the master teacher) for every grade and every subject within that grade. 

The entire program has been designed with your child in mind.  With the help of the on-site teacher/administrator, your child will be able to complete assignments and activities and relate to the Abeka master teacher and students as though he were actually in the classroom. 

Will students sit in front of a television all day? No, actual viewing time is only about three to four hours of a seven-hour school day. This gives the on-site teacher/administrator time to give individual and class help.  The viewing time is divided up throughout the day by seat-work, Study Hall, breaks/recess, lunch, and P.E.