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  Summer in Minnesota is a wonderful thing. At the same time, many of our MCA families do not get the chance to see each other once the school year ends. Allow us to introduce the Upper School Summer Party, a fun and casual, family event designed to give our students a chance to reconnect with each other. In addition, this presents us with an enjoyable and easy way to meet first-year students and their
Swing into the new school year with our Lower School Grade-Level Parties! Maranatha Christian Academy, located in Brooklyn Park, MN, will be hosting this fun event at the MCA Playground on Saturday, August 11. This is a great time for students to see their friends they may have not seen since last school year and to meet any students coming to the Academy this fall for the first time. It will also be a great

MCA Summer Social – August 14

Posted by Corey Bianchi-Rossi on July 31, 2018
Category: Events
Maranatha Christian Academy in Brooklyn Park, MN is hosting its Annual Summer Social on Tuesday, August 14 from 7:30-9 p.m. in the Living Word Christian Center lobby for its parents and staff. This is an opportunity for parents to get together with other Maranatha parents in a fun and casual setting – – without any kids present. There will be music, appetizers, photo booth opportunities, a chance to see the updates occurring in the building,
Maranatha Christian Academy is always providing a progressive educational experience, ensuring students are prepared for tomorrow’s world. Maranatha offers cutting-edge learning opportunities, including computer coding. Coding is an essential skill and quickly becoming the “foreign language” students around the world will use to communicate, making it a primary focus of technological education today. So why is it important to enroll your child in a technologically-focused school like Maranatha? Computer Coding School Program Keeping up with
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Many high schools are offering college-level classes during students’ junior and senior years.. As college degrees become more and more a normal part of society (much like getting a H.S. diploma used to be), it has become increasingly important for high school students to consider their options for pursuing a college degree. Today, many schools throw around the words “College-Prep,” but what does that mean? With so many high school students opting to take college

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