Capitol Christian Academy
The School That Colleges Choose

Capitol Christian Academy aims to reach students away from the classroom with activities including competitive cheer, television/video production, and nationally-ranked athletics programs. CCA's football and basketball coaches are considered amongst the best in the region with their graduates earning scholarships to every major conference in the country. 

The Warrior's coaching staff have won championships at showcase events across the nation while traveling to tournaments in Alaska, Las Vegas, Memphis, New York, Chicago, Arizona, West Virginia, Florida and many other venues.
Salisbury University Head Coach Sherman Wood 
addresses football team at spring practice!
CCA's Marcquise Reed ... Then & NOW!

2013-14 Honors and Awards
Clemson University - Full Scholarship
NEC Conference Rookie of the Year
NEC All Conference - 2nd Team
Warrior Academic Honor Roll
Led DC Metro Area in Scoring - 31.2 Points Per Game
CBAA Offensive Player of the Year
1st Team All Conference - CBAA
Selected to ESBC All-American Basketball Showcase
Selected to ASSIST All-American Classic
Selected to Under Armor Crab Bowl Classic
Selected to 41st Annual Capital Classic All Star Game
Student Sports National Player of the Week 
Washington Post All-Met - Honorable Mention

CCA's Breonn Hughey ... Then & NOW!

2013-14 Honors and Awards

Towson University - Full Scholarship
Warrior Academic Honor Roll
ASSIST All-American Game MVP
McDonald's All-American Nominee
NACA All-American
Selected to ESBC All-American Basketball Showcase
Selected to ASSIST All-American Classic
Selected to Under Armor Crab Bowl Classic
Washington Post All-Met

CCA's Reginald Robinson, Jr. ... Then & NOW!

2013-15 Honors and Awards

Chestnut Hill College - Full Scholarship
Player of Year
Warrior Academic Honor Roll
Dean's List
Started first college game as a freshman quarterback with 3 touchdown passes in a 48-13 win over Princeton University

CCA's Auteaonna Gilmore ... Then  & NOW!

2013-14 Honors and Awards

Baylor University - Full Scholarship
Warrior Academic Honor Roll
McDonald's All-American Nominee
NACA All-American
Selected to ESBC All-American Basketball Showcase
Selected to ASSIST All-American Classic
Selected to Under Armor Crab Bowl Classic
Washington Post All-Met
CCA's Engineering Works championship robotics team!
Tuesday, July 22, 2014


NOTE -Schedule subject to change without notice


FRI: Aug 26: 7:00 p.m. vs. KIPP (AWAY - WASHINGTON, DC) 

FRI: Sep 2: 7:00 p.m. vs. Central Maryland Christian Academy (HOME) 

FRI: Sep 9: 6:30 p.m. vs. Friendly (AWAY - FT. WASHINGTON, MD)

SAT: Sep 17: 7:00 p.m. vs. Hancock (AWAY - HANCOCK, MD)  

SAT: Sep 24: 1:00 p.m. vs. Mt. St. Joseph (AWAY - BALTIMORE, MD) 

FRI: Sep 30: 7:00 p.m. vs. Fort Hill (AWAY - CUMBERLAND, MD) 

SAT: Oct 8: 2:30 p.m. vs. Grace Christian School (AWAY - STAUNTON, VA)

THU: Oct 13: 5:00 p.m. vs. Allegheny (AWAY - CUMBERLAND, MD)

SAT: Oct 15: 2:30 p.m. vs. Sidwell Friends (AWAY - WASHINGTON, DC)

FRI: Oct 21: 7:00 p.m. vs. SEED (HOMECOMING at PG Sports Park, Mitcheville, MD)

SAT: Oct 29: 2:00 p.m. vs. Crossland (AWAY - TEMPLE HILLS, MD)

SAT: Nov 5: 1:00 p.m. vs. Annapolis Area Christian Academy (HOME)

FRI: Nov 11: 7:00 p.m. vs. Caravel (AWAY - BEAR, DELAWARE)

Images From CCA's 
Orientation - Mock SAT - Ice Bucket Challenge
Published: Saturday, September 6, 2014

Capitol Christian Pulls Away From Oxon Hill
by Kyle Russell, Special to The Gazette 

Oxon Hill High School and Capitol Christian Academy were supposed to make history on Saturday, squaring off in the first-ever football game on turf in a Prince George’s County high school.

“The turf field is coming, that’s all I can say,” Clippers coach Craig Jefferies said. “The field is down, it’s ready, there are just some other things around the facility that need to be inspected before we let the kids on the field. ... Probably sooner than later [it will be ready].” 

Instead, the teams met at Suitland High School. Oxon Hill’s shiny new field will have to wait a bit longer to see its first game action. The Warriors earned a 22-14 victory over the Clippers, led by 100 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns from Donte Marks.

Both offenses sputtered out of the gate, but Capitol Christian found a rhythm by the middle of the second quarter. The Warriors (2-1) capped an 11-play, 56-yard drive with a 1-yard Reggie Robinson plunge for a touchdown to open the scoring. Then Robinson connected with Marks for the 2-point conversion.

Oxon Hill responded to tie the score on its first drive of the second half, taking advantage of good field position set up by a David George interception, as well as a highlight-reel 24-yard touchdown run from Jeremy Fields.

Marks took over in the fourth quarter, finding the end zone on scoring runs of five and 49 yards to give Capitol Christian a 22-8 advantage with 5 minutes, 14 seconds left to play. The junior running back amassed 65 rushing yards in the final frame alone.

“First I want to thank my [offensive] line because they gave me some great holes today,” Marks said. “They gave it all to me. They told me in the huddle, ‘We’re going to make the hole for you, just go ahead and get in the end zone,’ and they did it for me.”

The Clippers managed to cut into the deficit with a Jordan Jacobs touchdown with just over a minute left to play, then forced a turnover on downs to set up one final Hail Mary attempt, but the Omar Jackson pass was knocked down to end the contest.

“Overall it was a good team win, but it was also a bad team win because I know we didn’t execute the way that we ought to,” Warriors coach Chuck Thompson said. “I wasn’t pleased with that, but a win is a win and now we move on to the next one.”

Capitol Christian is set to travel to face Seed School of Baltimore in the next game, a team which Thompson admittedly said he knows little about.

“I haven’t seen them on film, and I don’t know too much about them,” he said, “But this week I’ll dissect their film, break them down and see what they’ve got.”

Meanwhile, Oxon Hill is scheduled to host Bladensburg next week. It remains to be seen if that game will be played on the turf field or not.

“We are our own worst enemy right now, so we definitely have to sharpen up everything that we do,” Jefferies said. “If we do that and execute — I know it’s a cliche — but it will take care of itself.” 

Capitol Christian Pounds Friends of Baltimore 32-8

September 22, 2014

LANDOVER – The Capitol Christian Warriors won their fourth game in a row Friday night after defeating Friends of Baltimore 32-8. The Warriors and their high-scoring offense have averaged 36 points per game over the past two games, outscoring opponents 72-8 in that span.

Capitol Christian started putting up the points early, with quarterback Reggie Robinson throwing a touchdown to Jordan Wyatt to put the Warriors up 8-0 after a two-point conversion in the first quarter. Robinson accounted for two more touchdowns in the half, throwing one and scoring another on the ground to put Friends away before halftime.

The Warriors defense did their part as well, not allowing the Friends of Baltimore team to get any momentum going. The Warriors forced a fumble and pitched a shutout in the first half, leading 24-0 at halftime. Running back Davon Julien, who caught a long touchdown pass from Robinson in the first half, added another touchdown account for the only points of the second half for the Warriors with a 15-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.

“My offensive line was great blocking today, opening the holes up for me,” Julien said. “They left the pocket open enough for Reggie to deliver the ball and get it to all our receivers.” 

Friends finally got on the board as time expired to end the game when senior running back Christian Spence scored the team’s lone touchdown from one yard out. Even after the dominating performance, Robinson said there are improvements he and his Warriors teammates can make.

“We need to stop with the penalties and start jelling more as a team,” Robinson said. “We need to work on our running game some more, a scrappy running game so we can get the play action and our passes can work even better.” 

Capitol Christian will go on the road next week before coming home and taking on out-of-state opponents from Georgia, Delaware and Virginia.  

Head Coach Chuck Thompson said he is confident his passing-centered offense and all its weapons will be ready for region opponents when they come calling.

“I just hope they can stop it because we throw the ball. We have fun. We do what we do,” Thompson said. “We will play whoever answers the call. We just handle our business do what we can and go from there.”  

CCA's Adel Allen ... Then & NOW!

2013-14 Honors and Awards

Northwest Florida State College - Full Scholarship
Warrior Academic Honor Roll
New Jersey Sparks Tournament MVP
695Hoops Senior Shootout
Prince George's Public vs. Private All Star
Title IX Tournament - All Tournament Team
Selected to ASSIST All-American Classic

CCA's Judah Jordan Freshman Highlight Reel
CCA's Jasper Sterling Senior Highlight Reel
Darryl Smith
1st Team All CBAA
Kobby Ayetey
2nd Team All CBAA
Fred Rowles
2nd Team All CBAA
Karon Green
2nd Team All CBAA
Jasper Sterling
CBAA Honorable Mention
CBAA 2016-17
All League Performers

Capitol Christian Academy's (CCA) vision is to prepare students for university studies and entrepreneurial pursuits by way of an accelerated, college-preparatory academic program.  

We aim to inspire all CCA scholars towards excellence through leadership in their communities, fellowship with their families and service to their houses of worship.


CCA’s mission for all scholars is to: Propel students towards academic excellence and success when they transition to university studies; Instill preparatory excellence throughout their matriculation at CCA and; Foster personal accountability and responsibility in all social, spiritual and economic endeavors, while increasing their service as ambassadors of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Warrior baseball gears up for first season, and finishes with unbeaten record. 
CCA - 2015 Summer League Champions
Lady Warriors start first season of volleyball, and finish with 8-1 record