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Drop Off / Pickup / Parking

School Zone Keep our children safe!

While we do our best to supervise drop-off and pickup of students, we cannot be in all places at all times. We need your help. We have had a near miss in recent weeks. In order to keep our students, and your children safe, please follow the following procedures when picking up and dropping off your children.
1. Stay with your vehicle. Drop off/Pick up your child. Move along. Treat CCA like the Manchester Airport and you will be fine. There is no parking on the West (school side) of Elkins Street at any time. If you must park and leave your vehicle - for any length of time, park away from the school in permissible parking spaces on West High Street or further down on Elkins.
2. Supervise your children crossing the road.
3. Use caution when pulling out and parking. Icy conditions can lead to slips and hide children on the edge of the road.
4. Yes, we know you are late for work, but please drive slowly around the CCA campus. It is a school zone after all.

2017-2018 School Calendar
2017-2018 Back to school The school calendar for the 2017-2018 year is now available in the forms section of the website. You can also click here.
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Why CCA?

Compass Classical Academy is tuition free.

Currently grades K-7.  We are adding a grade each year until we are K-12

We believe that all students- regardless of their socio- economic background or academic competence- benefit from a rigorous, content-rich, educational program that develops academic potential and personal character. 

We believe students will achieve their best potential when taught foundational skills and information and are challenged by high expectations.

We will be utilizing “Singapore Math” and “Core Knowledge” curricula.

The idea behind Core Knowledge is simple and powerful: Knowledge builds on Knowledge. 

“By outlining the precise content that every child should learn in Language Arts and Literature, History and Geography, Mathematics, Science, Music, and the Visual Arts, the Core Knowledge Curriculum represents a first-of-its-kind effort to identify the foundational knowledge that every child needs to reach these goals and then teach it, grade by grade, year by year in a coherent, age-appropriate sequence” (Source:

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