- About CSCA
- Curriculum & Schedule
Chinook Spirit Children’s Academy is a private, nonprofit-seeking, spiritual K-8 school with multi-age classroom arrangement located in NW Albuquerque. We are in service to our students’ individual needs, and by serving them, we change the world, one child at a time.
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Summer Sensory Camp–
Ages 5-12 June 5-9 9 am to 12 pm
Campers will learn Occupational Therapy Sensory Tools
Contact us to register! $150
Summer Sewing Camp–
June 5-9, 9 am to 12 pm
Projects: notebook cover, book mark, marble maze and much more
$200, including materials and highly supervised use of sewing machines.
Contact us to register!
Summer Camp: Leadership, Respect, Development; a mindful, holistic, inspired camp.
Click here for more info on this mindful, holistic, and inspired 4 week camp option.
Chinook Spirit Children’s Academy integrates academics, creativity and consciousness through daily meditation. We strive to keep our tuition low and affordable, as well as offer financial aid to those in need. We give back to our community, and in order to do so, our budget is fully utilized for many basics. Donations of time, items, or money are always appreciated.
All donations to Chinook Spirit Children’s Academy are tax deductible, and provide music, art, field trips, service projects, building fund, & more. Contact us for more information on how you can help support and grow this unique learning center.
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CSCA’s goal is to allow each student a music foundation, as well as the opportunity to play an instrument. Last year, through our collaboration with New Mexico School of Music, students were able to begin to learn violin. This year, students selected from violin to harp or piano during the first semester, and they may opt to add additional instruments for the second semester.
Our need is to increase our budget for music in order to grow this wonderful music program for kids. In turn, these kids make a peaceful, loving, creative-problem solving difference in society as they grow!