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Elementary and Middle School Sports Opportunities

For a number of years, CA has offered a BEAMS Athletics program for middle school students, including football, dance, basketball, and track. In 2021-2022, we are excited to begin our Beacon Buddies program, offering flag football, volleyball, soccer, and basketball camp options on Saturday mornings for our youngest future Beacons in 1st-4th grade.

Click here for more information about BEAMS Athletics for middle school students.
Click here for more information about Beacon Buddies sports camps for students in Grades 1-4.

2021 Christmas Concert

Join the Concordia Academy band, orchestra, choirs, and art students at CA's 2019 Christmas Concert, "Proclaim!" Performances are Saturday, December 11, at 7:00 pm, and Sunday, December 12, at 3:00 pm. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for students and senior citizens. Check back starting December 1 for online ticketing. Tickets will also be available at the door until sold out.

COVID-19 Updates

Click here to see how Concordia Academy is addressing the COVID-19 coronavirus situation.

Seniors Awards Presented at Honors Convocation

At the Honors Convocation on May 18, departmental and extra-curricular honors were presented to the following seniors. Congratulations to all of them for their outstanding achievements!

Art: Rachel Lane
English: Emma Studenski
Mathematics: Aidan Kingsbury
Music: Noah Gundermann
Physical Education: Faith Waters
Science: Ethan Engh
Social Studies: Esther Kohlmetz
Theology: Grace Harre
World Languages: Abigail Flomo
Theatre: Best Actor Noah Gundermann
Theatre: Best Actress Rachel Lane
Service: Caleb Boll
Athena Award: Kira Fallert
Female Athlete: Sydney Pelzer
Male Athlete: Jaden Quast
Valedictorian and Salutatorian Named

Concordia Academy is proud to announce the top two students in the Class of 2021. Aidan Kingsbury has been named valedictorian, with a cumulative GPA of 4.32, and Kira Fallert is the salutatorian with a GPA of 4.21. Both of them will speak at graduation on May 28. Congratulations, Aidan and Kira!


Aidan Kingsbury named Scholar-Athlete by National Football Foundation

Senior Aidan Kingsbury has been named a Scholar-Athlete by the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation. This annual award honors Minnesota high school football players for their outstanding athletic, academic, and community service accomplishments. Aidan, one of the best offensive linemen in the Twin Cities and an honor student with a 4.33 GPA, is one of eight scholar-athletes who will be recognized during an upcoming television broadcast. Congratulations, Aidan, on this major honor. Your hard work, talent, and work ethic are a blessing to Concordia Academy, the community, and the Lord.

For additional details about Aidan and this award, go to

CA featured on KSTP Channel 5 News

In early October, KSTP news featured a story about our Beacon Cardboard Crew and how it supported both our volleyball team and the cancer fight of the four-year-old daughter of two CA alumni. It served as a great reminder of why the Concordia Academy community is something special. Click here to watch the KSTP coverage of the Beacon Cardboard Crew.

2020 National Lutheran Schools Week

The last week of January was National Lutheran Schools Week, and on January 27, CA welcomed 700 students from nine area elementary schools to celebrate with fun, games, friends, and worship! Click below to watch a 2-minute video that will show you just what a fantastic day it was.

New Skyline Conference Begins
Concordia Academy is pleased to announce that we have moved to a new athletic conference starting with the 2019-2020 school year.
What does this mean?
Concordia Academy left the Tri-Metro Conference at the conclusion of the 2018-2019 school year. We are grateful for our time as members of the Tri-Metro Conference and are thankful for the relationships we have developed. We look forward to maintaining many of those relationships as we move forward. 
We have joined the newly-organized Skyline Conference. This move allows our students to compete with schools that are approximately the same size as CA. The Skyline conference will include eight schools: Concordia Academy and Saint Agnes from the Tri-Metro Conference; Maranatha Christian Academy, St. Croix Preparatory Academy, New Life Academy, and Trinity at River Ridge from the Minnesota Christian Athletic Association; and Cristo Rey Jesuit and Nova Classical Academy from the Twin Cities Athletic Conference.
The mission of the Skyline Conference is to “provide transformational education-based athletic and fine arts experiences for our students and communities of our member schools.” 
Why is this a positive change for CA? 
The Tri-Metro Conference has changed significantly over the last few years. A number of schools similar in size to CA departed the conference, leaving Concordia Academy as the school with the smallest population from which to draw athletes. Last spring, we were approached by other schools with similar challenges and began looking for different options in regard to conference affiliation. We believe that we have found a group where our students can compete with schools that are approximately the same size and share common values in our athletic programming.
Concordia Academy values high participation and cultivating multi-sport athletes. We also strive to create a culture of developmental and education-based athletics that is holistic in nature. The schools in the Skyline Conference share these values. This move will also help create more flexible scheduling opportunities. We will be able to adjust the competitive balance as necessary with our non-conference schedule.
What will change? What will stay the same? 
Our conference schedule will change, but our playoff schedule will continue to include the same teams and competition that we have experienced in the past. We will remain in the same section and class as determined by the Minnesota State High School League. In some cases, our non-conference schedule will include schools from the Tri-Metro, but that will be determined on a program-by-program basis. 
Football will continue with district play. Districts replaced conferences three years ago in an effort to place schools with similar enrollments in the same group. Wrestling will also be unaffected by the conference change, as we plan to continue our co-op with Brooklyn Center High School for the foreseeable future.
We want to thank our coaches for their continued hard work and input in this decision. We also want to thank the many people who gave important feedback throughout this process. Change is rarely easy, but we are excited for this new beginning with the Skyline Conference. As we move forward, please continue to pray for the mission of Concordia Academy, our students, and our athletic programming.