Thank you for your interest in Christ Academy. We strive to offer a classical Christian education, forming future leaders for the Kingdom of Christ.  As a father of three, I understand that making decisions about education is one of the most important responsibilities you have.  We are happy that you have considered Christ Academy worthy of participating in that responsibility.

At Christ Academy we take seriously our calling to transform students through classical education in a Christian community. Our purpose is to prepare them for their respective vocations and a life of wisdom and virtue. Our teachers, curriculum, faith and focus are foundational in meeting students’ individual needs while helping them understand their place in the greater community and the world.

Be assured that Christ Academy continues under the leadership of our headmaster, Steve Hoopes. However, as the new school and parish administrator for Christ Academy, I would like to briefly introduce myself. I have over 18 years experience working with youth and families as a chaplain, counselor and teacher and I look forward to being part of the continuing ministry at Christ Academy.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have.

In Christ,

Steven Hoopes

High School Headmaster



Middle School Grades 5 to 8
Are you tired of low expectations for your child at school?  Do you feel a sense of fear as you think about your child entering or successfully exiting the often-troubled “middle school” years?  What would it look like if every aspect of a classroom and school was favorable to inspiring and teaching excellence?  What if the life of the school fostered the moral and spiritual life as much as the academic life, because the two work together in the growth of a mature, intelligent Christian man or woman?  Is it possible for a fourteen- or fifteen-year-old to be life-, college-, and career-ready at the beginning of high school?  Can intelligence and leadership ability be formed and increased over time or are these simply results of genetics?

If you have a child between the ages of 9 and 14 who would benefit from challenging academic work in a joyful learning environment, we invite you to hear Fr. Andrew Brummett–our new headmaster for the middle school–provide answers to these questions that are rooted in experience and research and will renew your hope and raise your expectations for your child.  He will present an outline of the new Young Leaders Program at Christ Academy Middle School, a program that will inspire and guide your son or daughter to become a knowledgeable, virtuous, and Christ-like leader.
I welcome your feedback or suggestions.
Andrew Brummett
(512) 745 – 2918

Christ Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.