History

Arborbrook Christian Academy was founded in 2004 by four families that shared a common vision, similar goals and like-minded values for the education of their children. 2005-2006 was the inaugural year for the school with an enrollment of 40 students in Kindergarten through 6th grade. The following year, the school added 7th grade, and a year later, 8th and 9th grades.  In 2007-2008, Arborbrook offered its first athletic teams (flag football, boys and girls basketball and co-ed soccer); also in 2007-2008 Arborbrook students embarked on the school’s first international mission trip.

In 2008-2009, as the school continued to grow, the high school classes were relocated to a renovated house adjacent to the lower school building. The following year, the junior high classes moved into the house, and the school purchased a 2,000 square-foot modular, now affectionately referred to as “The Quad,” for the high school.

In the spring of 2011, Arborbrook celebrated its first graduation with a class of 9 students. During that summer, the high school moved to a new location on the campus of Southern Evangelical Seminary. A new mission statement, written specifically for the high school, gave a stronger emphasis to the school’s vision to prepare students to be ambassadors for Christ. Changes to the academic curriculum provided a more focused college preparatory emphasis, while maintaining the distinctives of Arborbrook’s unique approach to education. The Lord is at work at Arborbrook and an exciting journey is ahead!