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Tri-City Christian Academy
Pre-School through
High School

150 West High Street
Somersworth, NH 03878

Quality Christian Education Pre-School through High School

A private Somersworth, New Hampshire Christian school serving the working-class Seacoast region of New Hampshire and southern Maine

Based in Somersworth, New Hampshire, Tri-City Christian Academy has served families with children from pre-kindergarten through high school since its founding in 1985. The TCCA Community strives to provide a quality Christian education and child care for your children.

Thank you for your interest in our Christian school. We hope your visit through our site will lead to your personal visit to our school in the near future.

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Mission Statement ~
“To advance the dual propositions that Jesus Christ is Lord over every area of life and thought and that man’s chief end is to 'glorify God and enjoy Him forever,' Tri-City Christian Academy strives to guide students in academic achievement and in Christian character maturation, as these aspirations are derived and articulated from the Word and Sacrament ministries of the Church Universal.”

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AUDITIONS for Mary Poppins Jr are next week!

Auditions for Mary Poppins Jr are open to TCCA students in grades 1-12 and to homeschoolers grades 1-12.

For more information, see the attached flier, or visit our Drama Club website!

Upcoming Conference- Annual TCCC Roundtable

Join TCCC for their annual Roundtable conference on February 8th. This year we will feature a series of lectures from Rev. Mark Horne.

Mark Horne was born in Melbourne, Florida, but has also lived in Liberia, West Africa, and Kwajalein, Marshall Islands before graduating from high school. After graduating from Houghton College in Western, NY, in 1989, Mark worked for American Vision, Coral Ridge Ministries, and co-authored two books with George Grant. After living in Nashville, TN, where he worked as a writer/editor for Legacy Communications, Mark attended Covenant Theological Seminary here in Saint Louis and earned his M.Div. degree in 1998. Mark has pastored two congregations since his seminary graduation, and he returned here to serve as Assistant Pastor in January 2005. Mark is a prolific writer and the author of a layperson's commentary on the Gospel of Mark.

You can sign up by mailing in the registration form available on the church website or see someone at the front desk of either campus of our school. 

O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good; for his mercy endureth for ever. -- 1 Chronicles 16:34