Mount Zion Christian Academy

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Mount Zion Christian Academy (MZCA) is a college preparatory, non-denominational, co-educational day school (grades K-12) and boarding school (grades 9-12) located in Durham, North Carolina. The Academy is most noted for its successful prep basketball program. The prep program has produced many D-1 college players, International players and NBA players. The NBA players Tracy McGrady,[1] Brandon Rush, Marquis Daniels, Chris Garnett,[2] [Calvin Tillman, UNC Chapel Hill] Rodney White,[3] Marquis Daniels,[4] Jarrett Jack[5] and Steven Hunter all attended Mount Zion Christian Academy.

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  1. ^ Sports Illustrated Article :CNNSI
  2. ^ Chris Garnett  :NBA.Com
  3. ^ Rodney White :NBA.Com
  4. ^ Amare, Brandon, Marquis :Hoopedia.nba.com
  5. ^ Box Stats :USAToday

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Coordinates: 35°57′21″N 78°54′23″W / 35.9559°N 78.9063°W / 35.9559; -78.9063