Experience Maranatha Extras

Experience Maranatha Extras

In addition to celebrating the arts with music program, visual art displays, and theater productions, Experience Maranatha offers guests a whole lot more! Below are some of the "extras" guest can enjoy throughout the day.

Food Trucks & Vendors - Lunch

It's like having our very own Food Truck Fair right on our campus! Students and guests are invited to enjoy a delicious lunch from a variety of Food Trucks, including:

  • Chile Lime
  • GI Joes
  • Purple People Eater
  • Bowls and Bones
  • Kevin's Gyros
  • Pigs Unlimited
  • D & D Goodies

In addition, you will find other options, including:

  • Salads, Wraps, and more sold at The Coffee House in the LW Lobby
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • Nautical Bowls
  • Chick-fil-A sold by the Student Council

Lunch Seating Locations: Sit, take a break, and enjoy time with your student over lunch.

  • Large Tent Outside Next to the Food Trucks
  • MCA Gym
  • LW Lobby / Coffee House
  • MCA Cafeteria (Limited Access)

Book Fair

During Experience Maranatha, come experience our STORY SAFARI Book Fair located in the MCA gym! It is a great way to get summer reading books and support our Learning Commons programs. There are books to purchase for Pre-kindergarten through Grade 6. All Pre-kindergarten through Grade 4 students have created a wish list of books they’d like to purchase. Wish lists are located with the classroom teachers for your convenience.

As the school year comes to a close, say thank you to your child’s teacher by gifting a book fair gift card so they can shop for some fantastic new books in their classroom. If you can’t find what you are looking for, be sure to check out our online fair and select Maranatha Christian Academy at check out through May 17.  

Shop the Online Book Fair

Be happy. Read more.

Innovation Projects

As part of our Culture in Action, Maranatha students and staff aim to be impactful innovators. Innovation is the key to the future, and at Maranatha, we are impacting every student and our world by incorporating innovative concepts into every class, conversation, and idea.  This happens when students observe a need, brainstorm, and collaborate on how to address the need, and then take action. It’s where students are able to think outside the box, ask challenging questions, design, fail, and design again to make an impact.

Lower School Innovation Projects (Coming Soon)


Upper School Innovation Projects (Coming Soon)


Fifth Grade Wax Museum

Guests are invited to walk through the “Wax Museum” and meet a person of history. Students will be dressed in a costume that fits with the time period of their famous person on which they have done a research paper. They will be sharing a short blurb, honoring each person and sharing how they impacted history. 

Mustang Enterprises

Maranatha's Mustang Enterprises class is a student-run business that will have some of their items for sale during Experience Maranatha. They can also take orders for custom-made goods. Be sure to stop by and meet these young innovators and see if they can be of service to you and/or your company.

Makers' Market

A group of young entrepreneurs will have their products and services for sale at the "Makers' Market," located in the Living Word Atrium from 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Stop by and meet these forward-thinking future business leaders and purchase some of their goods.