Arma Dei Academy aims to glorify God by providing an excellent classical Christian education founded upon a biblical worldview which equips students to live purposefully and intelligently in service to God and others. 

Last day of school & Commencement
Friday, May 19

Plan to attend Arma Dei Academy's end of year program and 2017 Commencement. Please bring your student to school by 8:15 A.M., as if a normal school day. Coffee for parents in the atrium from 8:15 A.M. - 9:00 A.M. Please make sure to visit each graduate's table in the sanctuary. 

Commencement will be begin at 9:00 A.M. Early dismissal will follow commencement.

The program was planned and will be led by our 8th grade students. Former Arma Dei graduates (Valor academic award winners) will be sharing. Our own Coach Abel Caceres, chosen by the 8th grade class, will be our commencement speaker. The program will conclude with exciting next steps for Arma Dei Academy, faculty, and expansion. You will not want to miss it!
It is with much excitement and sadness that we say goodbye to our 8th Grade students. It has been a pleasure to watch you grow into amazing young ladies and gentlemen. May the Lord bless you and keep you as you move on to your next adventure.

You will all be missed greatly!

You friends at Arma Dei Academy
The uniform policy has been updated.
Please review the policy prior to purchasing uniforms this summer.

Recent changes:
1) Open House days (first Wednesday of the month, beginning in November) will no longer require Chapel Dress. Students now have an Open House Dress.
- Navy Arma Dei logo polo (order forms for logo wear will go out in June)
- Any type of khaki bottom per the uniform policy (i.e. shorts, pants, skirts, etc.)
- Belt for boys grades 2 and up
- Any shoes per the uniform policy

2) Girls will wear white tights (in Grammar School) or white leggings (in Logic School) on Chapel days (no knee socks).

3) Only navy sweaters/fleeces will be allowed in the classroom .

4) All grades may wear the hunter green Arma Dei logo polo

5) Girls may only wear white tights, socks, or leggings with skirts, shorts, or dresses. 

6) Girls skirts, skorts, dresses, shorts, and jumpers must be within 3 inches above the knee. This will be strictly enforced. The girls must wear shorts underneath dresses and skirts for modesty.
The plaid skort/skirt has a large hem that may be let out.

7) Girls skirts and skorts must be a cotton or polyester blend and be purchased from a store that sells uniforms (i.e., Old Navy, Land's End, Children's Place, Target, etc. ) or a uniform destination store.

A big THANK YOU to all our volunteers who have blessed our school. 
We couldn't do all we do without you! 

If you haven't logged in all your hours, please  click here to do so. The count is important for the business office and budgeting time for events and projects. 
If you have hours prior to April that you  need to log-in, please contact 

Summer reading books are carefully selected to complete our school year curriculum, to create a shared culture, to foster the development of lifelong learners, and to enrich the moral and spiritual development of students of all ages.   Read more here.

Summer Assignment

K - Grade 2
Grades 3 & 4
Grades 5 - 8
St udents entering grades K-2 must read and record a minimum of four books from The Classical Reader.  

Students must complete one required book and one book of choice from The Classical Reader. (Upper Grammar Level or above). 
Book report forms must be completed for each required book, (total 2). 

Students must complete one required book and one book of choice from The Classical Reader.
(Upper Grammar Level or above).
Book report forms must be completed for each required book, (total 2). 

Click here for reading recording sheet.

3rd Grade
The Cricket in Times Square (Seldon)
4th Grade
Door in the Wall (de Angeli)

5th Grade
Twenty-One Balloons (du Bois)
6th Grade
Little Britches (Moody)
7th Grade
Mara, Daughter of the Nile (McGraw)
8th Grade
The Scarlet Pimpernel (Orczy)

All students reading 5 or more grade level books will be treated to an ice cream social during the first week of school.
A reading log signed by a parent is required to qualify for the social.

Summer Math Enrichment
Look for Summer math enrichment packets at commencement. Please contact Mrs. Gonzales with any questions.

Student medicine bags may be picked up at the receptionist desk any time through Commencement. Medicine bags left behind will be thrown away.
Lost & Found

Parents, please check
lost & found by the reception desk. All lost & found items not picked up will be donated.

Logo Items

Arma Dei logo items
are for sale by the reception desk.

Summer STEM camps at Arma Dei include LEGO® WeDo™ Robotics, LEGO® EV3 Robotics, Rocketry, SEAPERCH Underwater Robotics, and 3D Printing.
Click here for more details and to sign up.

Open to all grades
June 1, July 7, July 17, August 1, and August 9.
Save the Dates for Dads Events
As A.W. Tozer states, "What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us." Our view of God shapes our faith and how we live on a daily basis. Join us in the fall as we explore the attributes of God and how we should respond as Christ-followers and image-bearers.

Please join us this Fall!
Click here for details.

EduKits for the 2017-2018 school year provides school supplies for your student's grade level.

Order by 
June 1 for the BEST pricing and FREE shipping. Your kit will be delivered to Arma Dei and will be waiting for you at Meet Your Teacher Day on August 18.

Extended online ordering is available through "EduKit's Last Chance Program" from 
June 2 - August 4. Last Chance orders are subject to an additional fee and will be delivered to your home shortly before school begins.

Click here to order
Click here for supply lists

*In addition to the lists, 7th and 8th grade students will need a graphing calculator & geometry set.