In 1973, several Christian families in the central Susquehana Valley, wih a conviction to provide their children with a Christian education, opened the Susquehanna Valley Christian Academy. It began in the Rush Baptist Church in Danville, PA. Students were enrolled in grades two through seven. In 1974, the school was moved to the Calvary Bible Fellowship Church in Shamokin. Grades eight through twelve were added in 1975.
In 1976, the school moved to the banquet hall of Auman's Restaurant (now Masser's Restaurant). One year later in 1977, the school graduated its first class composed of three students. The Lord then worked in the hearts of several local Christian individuals and led them to purchase the former Paxinos Public School and donate our present facilities to the school. The school moved to its new location in 1978 and its name was changed to Meadowview Christian Academy.
In 1997, Pre-Kindergarten was added to the grades. In 2005, a mobile home building was purchased and converted into a separate Annex building to house the Pre-K and Kindergarten classrooms. We continue to upgrade our facilities. The school acquired high speed internet networked with wi-fi to each classroom and a computer lab.
The school currently teaches the Abeka Program and has grades pre-K through grade 8. The school teaches that the sciences, history, math and language arts reflect the truth of God’s Word.