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~Stratford Caldecott

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Family Handbook

The Columbus Classical Academy Family Handbook provides information for parents and students including detail about our policies and academics. View below or download here: Family Handbook

You can also download the required supply list here.

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Family Uniforms

At Columbus Classical Academy we focus on the content and use time to learn and play wisely. The uniform is simple and designed to be both comfortable and not distracting. The grade levels are divided uniformly by the color of their polo that has the CCA shield and name on it.

  • K-2nd grade wears light blue
  • 3rd grade-5th grade wears red
  • 6th grade - 8th grade wears gray

Our uniform supplier is School Closet. Uniforms may be ordered through their website or at the store. They will also deliver uniforms to the school during the school year for your convenience. You may choose to buy the khaki or navy blue pants from another supplier, but the pant must be at least 65% cotton blend and may not be cargo or stretchy style. Shorts may also be purchased from another supplier and must be straight, long leg made of at least 65% cotton or more and may not be cargo shorts. The administration reserves the right to the final say on whether or not a pant or short is in uniform. If you have any questions, please reach out to CCA for assistance.

Saddle shoe tip - consider these for your shoes as they are soft and comfortable for all day wear and come in youth and adult sizes.

Oxford shoe tip - consider these or these for your oxford shoe as they come in youth and adult sizes.

Download the full uniform policy here.

“The chief aim of all investigations of the external world should be to discover the rational order and harmony which has been imposed on it by God and which He revealed to us in the language of mathematics.”
~Johann Kepler