Word of God Christian Academy
|Word of God Christian Academy|
3000 Rock Quarry Road
|Color(s)||Purple and gold|
|Tuition||$6,350 (grades 6-12)|
$6,250 (grades K-5)
Word of God Christian Academy is a private, Christian, coeducational, primary and secondary day school located in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. Also known as Word of God, the school was founded in 1993.
In 2015, a North Carolina think tank found that Word of God received $180,600 in public funds through the state's voucher program for lower-income students, the most of any private school.
Along with Word of God Fellowship Church and the affiliated daycare center, the academy was founded by Bishop Frank Summerfield, who died in 2017.
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- John Wall - NBA basketball player for the Washington Wizards
- Dez Wells, basketball player
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