A Christian school in Nicaragua looks to growth in 2004.

By January 1, 2004

Nicaragua (MNN)–The Association of Christian Schools International is urging prayer for the Nicaragua Christian Academy.

The NCA is making plans to build a ‘daughter’ school. Both would have the goal of graduating bi-lingual students with a Christian worldview. NCA serves as partners with parents in providing an excellent education consistent with biblical truth.

In February 2003, NCA had an enrollment of 219 students. Approximately two-thirds of these come from Nicaraguan families, and most of the remaining students are children of international missionaries (from the US, South Korea, and other Latin American countries).

ACSI officials hope the new school will allow them to cut tuition costs. Their goal for the new facility is to be about one-third of the cost to parents so more Nicaraguans will have access to quality Christian education.

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