"I love this school because it has piqued my son's interest in learning, and now he asks questions about everything ever since starting here."
I love everything about TACA; its Christian principles, its community feel, the small class sizes, and the caring and competent teachers. But mostly the way my daughter feels more confident ever since enrolling here."
“I have seen such a positive change in both my son's and daughter's behaviors since attending TACA. They have many more opportunities to connect with Jesus at the school, where the teachers show how God is involved in academic and physical education. They are so much happier since having transferred to the school.“
“I have seen my son grow spiritually and academically since starting school. I like to see how his relationship with Jesus becoming deeper and more real.“
"My favorite part of the school is the teachers. In just the last year and a half, my reading skills have improved, and now I enjoy reading.“
"I like the school because of math, reading, and the homework. I do math and reading much better now.“
Tallahassee Adventist Christian Academy was originally opened in 1965 to serve the needs of our growing community. Over the years, many students have called TACA their first school and, in many cases note their time at TACA as their favorite school years!
Tallahassee Adventist Christian Academy develops leaders with Christ-like character who love learning and providing service to God and humanity.
To show students that through God all things are possible: by encouraging them to be academically driven, providing a Christ-centered education, and emphasizing that all students of TACA are always a family.
Here for You
At Tallahassee Adventist Christian Academy, we approach each child as an individual with their own talents and one-of-a-kind needs. Our goal is to help your student meet the learning benchmarks for their grade, using the following:
- Christ-centered Environment
- Low Student-Teacher Ratio
- Parental Involvement
Adventist educational institutions believe that true education imparts far more than academic knowledge. It fosters a balanced development of the whole person—spiritual, physical, intellectual, and social-emotional—a process that spans a lifetime. Working together, homes, schools, and churches cooperate to prepare learners to be good citizens in this world and for eternity.