Thank you for your interest in Whitesburg Christian Academy, and welcome to our website. I hope that you will take time to explore the site and learn more about us. Whether you are a member of our school family or are a prospective student, parent, or teacher, we hope you find the information provided on this site helpful.
What makes the Academy unique is the strong partnership between parents, Church and school. We are committed to Kingdom Education, believing that home, church, and school should have a consistent purpose and message in preparing students to engage our culture with their faith. We seek to build a strong Biblical worldview in the hearts and minds of our students and to prepare them academically to go wherever God takes them. We believe the best learning happens in a face to face relationship between a teacher and student. Our students are to be well known as passionate followers of Christ and well-trained servant leaders. A key verse we look to is Luke 5:11: "…they left everything and followed Him."
While this will answer many of your questions, I realize that it may generate new ones. I invite you to call or visit the Academy. Our dedicated faculty and staff welcome the opportunity to tell you more about what makes us unique.
May God bless your search for the right educational choice for your child.
Mr. Reeder came to The Academy in 2009 to teach high school Bible and transitioned to the Headmaster position in early 2010. He was a part of the School Committee that helped cast the vision for the school, and has led The Academy from 330 students to over 900 in his time here. He grew up on a small family farm in Morgan County and has worked in many different professions, including farmer, home builder, and church pastor. After those professions he owned and operated an insurance agency and an athletic training facility and coached girls softball at a local high school. He taught evening classes in a Bible college and has taught a Sunday School class for over fifty years. He is a Vietnam war veteran, serving from 1969 to 1971. He is married to Sonya, and they have four grown daughters and twelve grandchildren.