It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to the Mexico City Christian Academy (MCCA) website. We wish that you could visit our campus in person, but since that is not possible right now, it is our sincere hope that many of your questions will be answered as you peruse this site. Hopefully, one day soon, we will be able to see you on campus.

MCCA has been serving the missionary and internationally-minded communities of the greater Mexico City area since 1992. The school offers a well-rounded American-styled K-12 Christian education; its primary language of instruction is English. Enrollment is open to any international or internationally-minded student who meets the school's entrance requirements, regardless of race, religion, or nationality. Students may enroll at any grade level.

Mexico City Christian Academy has been a proud member of the Association of International Christian Schools since 2006. MCCA joined with the Network of International Christian Schools in 2015.


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Nuestra historia
Nuestra historia

Located on the Lomas de la Hacienda OMS mission campus in Atizapán de Zaragoza, La Hacienda Christian Academy first opened its doors as a service to the local missionary community in the fall of 1994. There were seven (7) Kindergarten through Grade 6 students enrolled

A few years later, ca. 1999, Northside Academy began operations on the same campus. This high school was organizationally independent from the elementary school.

In the spring of 2002, the two schools merged, and the new K-12 school was renamed Mexico City Christian Academy (MCCA). There were 48 students enrolled that first year.

The Lomas de la Hacienda property was sold in the spring of 2003. After spending the 2003-2004 school year in Viveros de Tlalnepantla, MCCA moved to its current location on the CMFI Manos de Vida campus located in the Eagles Neighborhood of Atizapán de Zaragoza.

MCCA operated under the auspices of an active local school board from the time of the merger through the 2014-2015 school year. During the fall of the 2014-2015 school year, the MCCA board, sensing an ever-increasing need to turn the school over to an educational organization, began negotiations with the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS). An agreement was finalized in the spring of 2015, and effective with the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year, MCCA officially became a NICS member school.


YEAR 1994

La Hacienda Christian Academy, a missionary children’s elementary school, was opened under the auspices of the One Mission Society.

year 1999

Northside Academy, a missionary children’s high school, was opened under the auspices of the International Mission Board.

year 2002

Mexico City Christian Academy was formed through a merger of the two schools; it operated under the authority of a local school board.

year 2004

MCCA first graduation class.

year 2004

MCCA expanded its mission and vision to include children of non-missionaries (both expatriate and national)

year 2015

MCCA join the network of international Christian Schools (NICS).

year 2016

MCCA officially registered as Network Educational Foundation.