The foundation for South Baldwin Christian Academy (SBCA) was laid in 2008 when a local church, three educators and a group of parents joined together to form Calvary Christian Learning Center (CCLC). CCLC started with three teachers and 35 students. By 2012 it had grown to 9 teachers and 50 students. At that time, a group of parents, business leaders, school administrators and pastors met together to discuss the need for expanding Christian education in the South Baldwin community. Out of that meeting grew the concept to launch SBCA on our current campus.
When SBCA opened its doors for the Spring 2013 semester, enrollment quickly grew to 100 students. Today, SBCA has a total enrollment of 175 students (preK – 12), employs 22 qualified and experienced staff members and has added two new buildings to the campus. SBCA is accredited with AdvancED, National Council of Private School Accreditation (NCPSA), and Association of Christian Teachers and Schools (ACTS).