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Challenge Foundation Academy Partners
(In Alphabetical Order)
Booth-Tarkington Civic Theatre
CFA is very excited to partner with the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre on Marian University's campus. Through the expertise of a Civic Theatre Drama Coach our students are encouraged to think creatively and challenge themselves as they examine the various aspects of performing. CFA students are learning to use their voice, body and mind to pursue goals, create characters and scenes, and work as an ensemble in our DramaWorks program!
Boys Scouts of America
CFA is the home of a growing scouting program. Whether you are a student, a parent or a leader, we are confident that you will have a great time in Scouting. From camping to advancement and den meetings to Derby cars, Scouting provides CFA students and their parents with the unique opportunity to learn and grow together.
Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
We maintain of our strongest partnerships with our neighbors, the Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School. Not only do many of our families have children in both schools, the vast majority of our students continue their preparation for college at the Tindley School. Together, both schools share a commitment to a rigorous, college-preparatory 6-12 grade program that seeks to challenge each one of its students to excel beyond high school.
Cummins provides school-based behavioral health services to students and their families at CFA. Our Cummins Counselor teams therapeutic, behavior support with family services designed to help students develop the focus, self-management and interpersonal skills they need and help families find effective ways to support their child’s development.
We have been incredibly privileged to partner with Distelrath Farms, an urban educational farm that focuses programming on four key areas: Knowledge. Skills. Insight and Character. Students work after school planting, maintaining and harvesting fresh vegetables at CFA. This year they have expanded and added an entrepreneural piece, where they will be offering these harvested vegetables to families and staff.