Address: P.O. Box 2051, 191 Walkers Road, George Town
Phone: 1 (345) 946-5834
Key Contact: Tiffany Jeremiah
Established: September 2017
Inspection Date: February 2021
Overall Rating: Weak
Type of School: Private, Religious
Number of Students: 88
% Caymanian Students: 90%
% Special Education Needs: 4.5%
Number of Teachers: 10
Number of Support Staff: 6
Student-Teacher Ratio: 8.8 : 1
Student-Staff Ratio: 5.5 : 1
Age of Students: 5 to 18 years
- K5-2nd grade — $5,950
- 3rd-6th grade — $6,250
- 7th-12th grade — $6,750
Progress on OES Recommendations, February 2021: WEAK
- Raise attainment in English, Mathematics and Science: SATISFACTORY
- Improve teaching: SATISFACTORY
- Improve curriculum: SATISFACTORY
- Improve support and guidance for students: WEAK
- Improve self-evaluation and improvement planning: WEAK
OES Inspection Reports:
- Follow-Through Inspection Report, February 2021
- Full Inspection Report, January 2020
- Summary Inspection Report, January 2020
- COVID: Cayman schools dealing with student absences, learning loss (May 28, 2022) - Cayman Islands schools have been trying to manage COVID-19 related absences and associated learning loss during this school year, with varying degrees of success.
- Calvary Baptist affected by student absences, learning gaps (February 24, 2022) - Calvary Baptist Christian Academy is dealing with student absences and learning gaps due to COVID-19, while investing extra resources into online learning.
- Vaccinations, ventilation and virtual meetings: How Cayman’s schools are responding to COVID (October 6, 2021) - Many of Grand Cayman’s schools are taking proactive measures against COVID-19 to supplement guidance from government officials, including implementing policies on vaccinations, restricting campus visitors, or improving air purification and ventilation.
- Calvary Baptist rated ‘Weak’, although progress made on some key measures (March 21, 2021) - Calvary Baptist Christian Academy made overall 'Weak' progress on recommendations from the Office of Education Standards, although inspectors noted the school had improved student attainment, teaching and its curriculum.
- Inspection results: Comparing Cayman Islands primary schools (January 1, 2021) - This infographic shows the primary schools’ inspection results in 18 individual categories, as well as the overall school rating.
*Editor’s Note: Information sources include Office of Education Standards, Office of Auditor General, school website, communication with school, and/or other sources such as Cayman Parent or Cayman Resident. We strive to keep information as current as possible (i.e. tuition, number of students, etc.) but this is subject to change. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with comments, corrections or updates.*Last Updated on 15 September 2021