In June, Metro Christian Academy announced Keith Currivean as its new headmaster.
Currivean came to Metro from Living Word Christian Schools in O’Fallon, Missouri, where he served as superintendent since 2014. From 2009-2014, he served as the headmaster of Brazos Christian School in Bryan, Texas.
Currivean is a lifelong learner. He has a doctorate in Christian philosophy of education from Columbia Evangelical Seminary, a master’s in theological studies from Moody Theological Seminary, an additional master’s in educational leadership and counseling from Eastern Michigan University, as well as a bachelor’s in liberal arts and music from Wheaton College. He also completed doctoral studies in educational leadership at Prairie View A&M University.
Currivean succeeds former Metro headmaster Roger Gerstenberger, who announced his plans to pursue a new career in summer 2017.
Established in 1983, Metro Christian Academy is a state-accredited college preparatory school serving students in P3-12th grade. Academics, spirituality, community and activities are the four pillars by which a student’s character is fostered and developed during their tenure. Visit metroca.com to learn more.