Why choose a Christian private school?
  • Individual Attention - At NTCA your child will receive personal attention in classes that range from 10 to 14 students. Small class sizes and low student to teacher ratios, a teacher is able to give students the individual attention they deserve.
  • Parental Involvement - At NTCA we expect parents to be actively involved in their child's education. The concept of a three way partnership is an important part of the way private schools work.
  • Academics - At NTCA we value high academic standards, teaching can be real and authentic because the school curriculum is not bound by state regulations or testing. We can focus on your child’s educational needs and use different kinds of educational methods and approaches so that students discover that learning is exciting and full of possibilities.
  • Biblical Teaching - NTCA was founded on the belief that the spiritual teaching is as important as the academic teaching in the school curriculum. The Biblical world view is meshed into every academic subject. The environment is nurturing and loving with Christian teachers who value each individual child.
Is your school accredited?
Yes. NTCA is accredited by the National Christian School Association and the Southern Associations of Colleges and Schools (AdvancEd).
Are your teacher's certified?
All NTCA’s full-time classroom teachers hold at least a bachelor’s degree in education and are certified by the state of Texas. Approximately 30% of the faculty/staff members have their MEd in education or administration.
Do your students wear uniforms?
Yes, because we believe appearance reflects values and affects behavior, uniforms are an important tool in creating the appropriate tone of our learning environment. Uniforms can be purchased online. Uniform Guidelines
Can my child schedule an on campus visit?
Yes. We encourage students to spend a day attending classes and activities at NTCA. We know that your child’s experience will help in the decision making process. Please schedule a campus visit here.
How do you choose curriculum?
Recognizing that all students learn differently, we strive to differentiate our instruction to meet the spiritual, social, and academic needs of our students. Using the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, leadership objectives, and scripture as their framework, teachers continually research and select curriculum to create an individualized learning plan for each classroom. See academics tab for list of curriculum resources and curriculum map.
What are the school's office hours?
School office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
What are the schools start and end times?
  • Preschool and Kindergarten Readiness: 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • Kindergarten - 11th Grade: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
What is your inclement weather policy?
In the event of inclement weather, we will choose from three options - NTCA will close, delay the opening of school or remain open. We will alert families through e-mail, Facebook and Twitter, or you can tune into KLTY radio station to get the latest closing information. Safety is our primary concern in deciding whether school opens during inclement weather. It is impossible to know the road conditions in all areas, so we urge you to use your own judgment in deciding whether your child should go to school.