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All-School Chapel You are invited to join our entire student body at the last All-School Chapel of the school year on Monday, May 1 in the sanctuary starting at 8:30 a.m. This is a special service, featuring worship by our student-led Chapel Band and a timely message to help close out the school year. This service is open to the public.   Details: Date: Monday, May 1 Time: 8:30 a.m. Location: Sanctuary
A testimony written by Corey Bianchi-Rossi based on Anissa Clutter’s story The 80s brought us a lot of things we never want to see again, including big hair, leg warmers, parachute pants, and Wham! While this is true, this decade had a few great things happen, like Anissa Clutter’s arrival in Minnesota and introduction to Maranatha after spending her childhood in Zacatecas, Mexico, where her mom now runs an orphanage known as the “Casa.” Upon
There are many ways to describe Maranatha Christian Academy (Brooklyn Park, MN). REMARKABLE is one word that defines the Academy and all it has to offer. You are invited to learn more about our academically rigorous, yet distinctly Christian college-preparatory school at one of our upcoming Open House events. For your convenience, we have scheduled one in the evening and one during the day. Monday, April 24 at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 26 at 9:30
Dear Parent, There are many parallels between Daniel of the Old Testament and our students at Maranatha. Daniel was a man living in a culture very different from his own.  It was a society that didn’t align with his values, morals, or his spiritual beliefs.  Yet, despite all this dissonance between his beliefs and the beliefs of the majority of those around him, Daniel had a tremendous amount of influence, favor, and authority.  How did this

Fireside, High-Tech Learning at MCA

Posted by Maranatha Christian Academy on March 28, 2017
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A lot of thought and prayer goes into every decision at the Academy. We measure everything against the mission of the school: Does it help our students progress toward an academically rigorous and distinctly Christian college-preparatory education? Recently, we renamed the library to the Learning Commons in large part because it is no longer solely for students to just sit and be quiet as reading takes place, but rather an open space encouraging collaboration and

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