Welcome

Welcome to North Texas Christian Academy. Thank you for visiting our website.

The mission of NTCA is to prepare students for life and faith through a superior spiritual, scholastic and social experience. Luke, in his gospel account, summed up Jesus’ youth; “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man” (Luke 2:52). Just as Jesus grew in a healthy, balanced way in all aspects of his life, at NTCA children have a healthy place where they too can grow like Jesus did – intellectually, physically, spiritually and socially.

My prayer for the students at North Texas Christian is twofold: First, as they mature, they will choose to love God. Jesus declared that the first and greatest commandment is to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind” (Matthew 22:37). At NTCA we are committed to an education that not only communicates to the mind but also engages the heart and soul of students. Teddy Roosevelt observed, “To educate in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace for society.”

Second, my prayer is that our students will choose to spend their lives serving others. As any good teacher who expands his lesson, Jesus followed up his greatest commandment with his second greatest commandment. “Love your neighbor as yourself.” The practical way to demonstrate this love is through service, by making life better for others. Equipping students to serve demands quality education. If students are going to be able to serve rather than needing to be served, they must be equipped with the knowledge and skills to use their God-given talents to make a positive difference for their neighbors, both next door and around the world. God has called us to be Light and Salt in the world; we need to prepare children for this calling.

How is this done? This school year our theme is Zechariah 4:6. “Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit,” says the Lord. We recognize that all good that is accomplished at NTCA is through God’s enabling strength.

It has been said that a school is four walls with the tomorrow inside. From our perspective, the tomorrow looks pretty bright.

We invite you to come and grow with us.


Michael E. Weimer, PhD
President