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Summer Boys Basketball Camp

Parents I have attached a flyer with information for the Summer Basketball Camp for boys currently in grades 2-8, that will take place on June 4th-7th. All registration will be handled through the business office at school. You can follow this link to register.

Please email me if you have multiple boys coming; there will be a discount. Also this camp is open to any friends of your sons that don't attend CHA. Please email or call me at 405-201-5733 to register those boys, do not send the money for them to the school.

In addition, we will have concession stand and lunch available every day for $4 dollars. That money can be turned in the first day of camp.

If you need to cancel your registration you must cancel via email to no later than May 25, 2018 or you will be charged the full amount for the camp.

Let me know if you have any more questions. The camp is limited to the first 75 boys to sign up.

Coach Heath Kufahl


Summer Math Institute

CHA will be hosting a summer math institute for 2nd-10th grade students. Each hour and a half session will address one foundational topic using hands-on activities and interactive games. Students will practice speed drills and a personal progress report will be given to the parents at the end of the summer. There will be four one and a half hour sessions with one make-up session for those who cannot attend any session. Each session students will receive a take-home packet to practice the skills taught during the session. Students will receive incentives for completing and returning packets. Each session will be from 8-9:30 am at Christian Heritage Academy in room 109. The cost is $115. The fee will cover preparation, printing, materials, incentives, and instruction. The fee is non-refundable and will be billed to your ParentWeb account. Additional information and the sign up form are available here: CHA SUMMER MATH INSTITUTE. If you have any questions, please contact  


Camden Cargill selected to be All-State QB

Congratulaions to Camden Cargill for being selected to be an All-State Quarterback.  Way to go Camden!!


Jack Pruitt makes the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Basketball Team

Congratulations to Jack Pruitt for making the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Basketball Team for Class 2A.

We are proud of you Jack!!


JH Boys Tennis are runner-ups in the Tecumseh Tournament

Congratulations to our JH Boys Tennis team on bringing home the runner-up trophy!!  Way to go JH Tennis!!

Keep up the hard work!


Lady Crusaders claim Class 2A Title in Basketball

The Lady Crusaders claimed the Class 2A State Basketball title for the 2nd straight year by beating Cashion 57-46 in the State Basketball Tournament Saturday, March 10th.   Congratulations on winning the gold ball and remaining undefeated all season (30-0).  Olivia Curtis was named MVP and Lexie Davis was named to the All-Tournament team.   Great job Lady Crusaders!!


District Math Olympics

Congratulations to all of our students who participated in the District Math Olympics. Twenty-five of our thirty-six students who participated qualified to go to the Area Event which will be held here on February 23rd . There were 326 students entered in the Oklahoma District competition. Every student who participated will receive a ribbon according to their score. Junior high students will receive their ribbons in class and elementary students will be recognized and receive their ribbons in chapel on January 17th.

3rd grade computation – Raley Bupp 4th grade computation – Benjamin Vogler, 1st place, Abigail Stephens and Hananiah Thomas tied for 2nd place. 4th grade reasoning – Brody Kufahl and Morgan Tutt tied for 4th place, Reece Barnes, 5th place 5th grade computation-Phillip McIntosh, 5th place; Tate Campbell 5th grade reasoning- James Lee 6th grade computation-Eli Vogler, 1st place 6th grade reasoning-Bryce Graham, 1st place, Lily Miller 7th Grade computation – Austin Hua, 1st place; Maci Hall, 2nd place, Holly Best 7th Grade reasoning – Cecilia Rozek, 3rd place, Scout Bullard and Kye Davis tied for 4th place 8th Grade computation – Lana Hua, 1st place; Paul Hebert, 2nd place, Ranly Huff 8th Grade reasoning – Samuel Vogler – 2nd place, Ryan Stanley and Noah Steelman tied for 3rd place

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