Parents & Students


Aletheia Christian Academy will be accepting applications for the 2024-2025 school year starting March 1, 2024! Click on the link below to download our enrollment packet.


How do apply to enroll in Aletheia Christian Academy?

Begin the enrollment process by downloading and filling out the enrollment application. The form is a fillable PDF that you can type on, or if you prefer, you can print the application and fill it out by hand. Then email, mail, or drop it off at our office. We will review your application and contact you regarding the next steps which includes an in-person interview and tour of the school.

What grades are taught at ACA?

For the 2023-2024 school year, grades K-6 are being offered. We plan to expand the grades offered each year to accommodate students who would like to re-enroll for their subsequent year of education at ACA.

Are scholarships available?

Yes, scholarships are available. You can apply for a scholarship by downloading and completing the scholarship application.

Are snacks and meals provided?

Due to health and safety regulations, the school will not provide lunches at this time. Instead, students will be required to bring their own packed lunches.

Is after-school care available?

After-school care will be offered for families that are unable to pick up their student at the end of the school day. Teachers or volunteers will provide supervision of the students who utilize after-school care.

Is transportation available to get my child/children to and from school?

Under Minnesota law, public school districts are required to provide transportation to students attending non-public schools. For ACA the local school district is Holdingford Public Schools #738. Students enrolled in ACA who wish to utilize the public-school transportation system must live on a current Holdingford District bus route. If you would like to utilize this transportation option, please contact the school administrator for assistance coordinating with the Holdingford District. 

Are activities such as music, theater, and athletics available?

Fine Arts (music, theater, etc.,) and athletics will be volunteer and parent driven. Athletics will start as intermural and, as teams grow, ACA will coordinate with other private Christian schools to join their competition schedules. Also, per state law, students are allowed to participate in any extracurricular activities provided by their local public school district

What curriculum is taught at ACA?

ACA uses My Father’s World for all subjects except math, for which we use Dimensions.

Are special education services available through ACA?

At this time ACA does not have the ability to staff a special education teacher. If needed, ACA can utilize the special education services provided by the local public school district until the school staffing can support those needs independently.

Are volunteers utilized?

Volunteers will help reduce the expenses of the school allowing for hiring of additional teachers or a reduction in expenses. Volunteers can help in many areas, including but not limited to teaching, special ed, para, cleaning, maintenance, bookkeeping, playground monitors, morning greeter, general office support, and after-school care.

Volunteers are subject to an application process that includes an interview and background check.

Who is on the school board?

The school board consists of members of the Community Country Church Council as well as the school administrator. School board meetings are open, and parents are welcome to attend and speak at meetings.

Is ACA Accredited?

ACA has submitted their application to become part of The Minnesota Association of Christian Schools (MACS) and have been advised to apply for it after the school has some years under its belt. ACA will be required to meet state academic standards and requirements until accreditation is obtained. “Minnesota defines a nonpublic school as any school, church or religious organization, or home school where a student can fulfill compulsory education requirements.” per the Minnesota Department of Education website. This means students of ACA will be assessed annually using a standardized achievement test.

What are the teacher qualifications? Are they trained in teaching?

Our regular, full-time teachers are licensed and have several years’ experience in the classroom. Qualifications of short-call subs are less stringent and may vary depending on who is available when a substitute is needed.

Helpful Links

Minnesota Immunization Form for records and exemptions.