History

Augustine Classical Academy developed as the vision of a handful of families who, in their quest for excellent education for their children, were introduced to the movement that is reviving classical education in America.   Some came to a classical approach through their association with classical schools in other states while others were drawn through their own reading and homeschooling endeavors.   All, however, were inspired by the vision of a revival of the Christian intellectual community with the goal of seeing a generation raised up that is prepared to influence every sphere of our society for the glory of God.  In 2009,  Augustine opened its doors to 9 students in grades 8-10.  Now, nine years later, enrollment is poised to exceed 100 students in grades K-12.

Graduates who have chosen to pursue higher education have been accepted at Princeton University, RPI, RIT, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical, Baylor University, University of Binghamton, Boston University, Cornell University, Covenant College, Christendom College, University of Dallas, Gordon College, Hillsdale College, The Kings College, Liberty University, Messiah College, University of Pennsylvania,  Rochester University, and Smith College.

Recent average SAT scores indicated a very strong senior class:  Critical Reading mean, 718; Math mean, 680; Writing mean, 715.*

In all of the excitement associated with a thriving, successful new school venture, we are keenly aware that our successes are not our own but a gift of our Heavenly Father that He may be glorified.  Soli deo gloria.

*Highest possible score per category is 800.