Community Christian Academy’s AP Art students are doing ink drawings of the various buildings where CCA has held classes in the last 25 years. The drawings will be framed and put on permanent display in the new trophy case in the lobby.
Today’s featured drawings include the Oasis Christian Center by Maddy Brown, CCA senior. When CCA outgrew it’s original site, the school moved to Oasis on Buckner Lane, the site of the former St. Thomas Moore school. The high school later moved to the current Lebanon Church Road campus while the elementary remained at Oasis for several more years.
Also featured is the Faith Center by Ellagrace Kirby, CCA senior. CCA had its original beginning at Cornerstone Academy at Cornerstone Church on Hansen Road. The building was later the home of Father’s House and is now Faith Center.
The school began in 1992 and by 1994, it had grown enough to be moved to Oasis. It was renamed Community Christian Academy. Later, upper classes were moved back to Cornerstone due to lack of space at Oasis. The Cornerstone Church building has always been a fond part of CCA’s past.