The leadership of Cape Fear Christian Academy is guided by the Board of Directors, the Head of School, the Chief Information Officer, the Chief Finance Officer, and School Principals. The leadership is guiding exciting changes at Cape Fear Christian Academy working together to continually improve direction, culture, expectations, and instruction.
Board service is a demanding, challenging, humbling and rewarding commitment that requires prayer, wisdom, judgment, discretion, trust, and substantial time. Our Board consists of at least 11 members and the Head of School. Currently, the Board has one open position. These positions are filled by vote of the board upon receipt of nominations from the Ad-Hoc Board Member Nomination Committee.
Per the Cape Fear Christian Academy bylaws, the Chairman of the Board has appointed members of the Board to serve on the standing committees established by the bylaws. The following appointments have been made for the 2018/2019 academic year:
Academic Affairs: Mary Ann Chiodo (Chairs), Katherine Spradley, Michael Breslin, Karen Parker (Head of School)
Athletics: Chuck Hester (Chair), Courtney Phillips, Al Myatt (AD)
Building and Grounds: Ruth Scott (Chair), Corey Alphin, Ron Dupree, Mark Phillips
Discipline: Courtney Philips (Chair), Mary Ann Chiodo, Karen Parker (Head of School), Principal from which the discipline issue arises
Finance*: Corey Alphin (Chair), Chuck Hester, Janet Jackson
Development/Fundraising: Katherine Spradley (Chair), Ruth Scott, Karen Parker (Head of School),
Personnel*: Courtney Phillips (Chair), Christopher Aldredge, Karen Parker (Head of School)
*Denotes not open to non-board members
A Letter from the Head of School
As Head of Cape Fear Christian Academy, I welcome you. I am very happy to be a part of a school that is centered around a Christian educational environment. Every student is a contributor to the educational program and is encouraged to feel that the school setting is his/her own. It is my hope that students and parents will take great pride in its development and care.
In the endeavor of excellence, the faculty and staff center their curriculum instruction to produce well-rounded students with strong Christian character and conviction. We are committed to educate and to maintain a safe structured environment conducive to learning in a positive and meaningful way. All children can learn and will learn under good leadership in the school, in the classroom, and with parent and community support.
I know that God will have his hands in the leadership of this school. My philosophy is to be fair, consistent, and to have high expectations from staff, students, and parents. Together we will make a difference for every student attending Cape Fear Christian Academy.
Mrs. Karen Parker
Head of School