Welcome From Our Admissions Director

Welcome From Our Admissions Director

Mrs. Darnetta Forteau

Dear Prospective Family,

Thank you for your interest in Tyler Street Christian Academy! We are proud to partner with you as you consider us for your child’s education. Tyler Street Christian Academy educates by inspiring students to love learning, strengthening students with Christ-like character and Biblical foundations for living, and encouraging students to pursue their dreams and callings.

For 45 years, we have been committed to engaging students in a loving environment and helping them to discover the truth behind the world they live in and the truth of who they are becoming. Our students, parents, and faculty prize our close-knit environment, which allows students to discover their talents and to thrive.

I invite you to visit and learn more about our school. To schedule a tour please contact me at 214-941-9717, ext 207 or darnettaforteau@tsca.org. We look forward to meeting you and assisting as you make a decision in your child’s education!

 

YOUR PARTNER IN  CHRISTIAN EDUCATION,

DARNETTA FORTEAU

Learn By Doing

At Tyler Street we want our scholars to apply the skills they learn, outside of the classroom. We have many opportunities for students to use what they learn. We love for our students to serve the community around them. We dedicated one day of the school year for students to simply go out and serve. We also have many days where students can serve with their families outside of school hours. We want to develop servant leaders for the future workforce. We know that our students have these skills because we see the skills at work constantly.

Beyond the Books

All secondary scholars use a hybrid learning program. Textbooks are digital and most coursework is completed online using Google Classroom.

In addition to academics, we focus on character development, service to the community and the spiritual formation of our scholars. A variety of extracurricular activities and elective courses are available. Scholars are also sharpened in their spiritual growth through weekly chapel services and daily devotions in class. We desire for our scholars to be equipped to lead and grow into the calling God has for their life.

Registration

How To Apply and Enroll

Talk with our Admissions Director, Darnetta Forteau, for more information!

Call For Inquiry

(214) 941 – 9717

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Inquiry Request

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Admissions Folder

01.

Fill out an online application.

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Schedule an assessment date.

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Schedule a Family Interview after your admissions checklist is complete and assessment has been graded.

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Admissions Document Checklist

— Birth Certificate

— Immunization Record

— Recent Report Card

— Last Year Final Report Card

— Standardized Test Scores

— High School Transcript 

— English Letter of Recommendation  (6-12th)

— Math Letter of Recommendation      (6-12th)

— Disciplinary Record                               (1-12th)

Tuition
New Student Application Fee $100
Enrollment Fee (per student) $400
Preschool Tuition $6,750
Elementary School Tuition $7,500
Secondary School Tuition $8,250
Financial Assistance

Families may find the cost of tuition more than they can handle within their budget. We actively pursue grants and scholarship funding to help meet this need. To be considered for financial assistance, families must submit an online application each year to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment; the deadline for current families is April 1, or upon enrollment for new families. FACTS charges an application fee and awards are only granted after all required forms are received and the application has been verified. Funds are awarded annually on the basis of family need and acceptable student academic performance and conduct. Financial aid can be retracted at any time if appropriate standards are not maintained.

To begin or complete your financial aid application visit FACTS

Uniforms

All students are required to wear uniforms.

Our uniform provider is Levine’s Department Store in Oak Cliff. The address is 511 W. Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, TX 75208. Click here for detailed uniform requirements.

Secondary Academics

Click the links below to read more about each specific subject area and the academics.

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English Language Arts

Secondary English Teachers: Mr. Beason and Mr. Hirsbrunner

Mathematics

Secondary Math Teachers: Ms. Martinez

Sciences

Secondary Science Teachers: Ms. Jones and Mrs. Hernandez

History

Secondary History Teachers: Mrs. Cardoso and Rev. Hernandez

Bible and Religion

Secondary Bible Teachers: Rev. Hernandez and Mr. Hirsbrunner

Extra Curricular Programs

Here are of some of the programs available for our scholars!

Hand Bells

Our Middle School and High School scholars can participate in our competitive Hand Bells group. This program is scheduled into their school day. Concert rehearsals also take place during the school day.

Math Lab

One of our eighth period options available for our scholars is Math Lab where they are able to help other scholars who need extra time working on their Math skills.

Athletics

Our secondary sports include track, volleyball, football, basketball, and cheer. Our elementary scholars can also participate in our Impact Cheer program, a division for our younger scholars only.

Art

All of our elementary scholars have an art class a week. Our high school scholars have the option of taking a high school art class every day.

Robotics

Robotics club meets on Fridays during our eighth period class.

Student Council

Scholars have the opportunity to practice leadership skills with Student Council. They can run and be elected for a position in the student body office.

Ambassadors

This is a program that scholars have to apply for and be accepted into. Our student Ambassadors are model scholars that represent Tyler Street in various manners. They lead prospective scholars that are shadowing, attend various programs with our development office, and help usher special events like our Annual Scholarship Dinner.

NHS and NJHS

Our scholars have the opportunity to apply to be in the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society. This is based on GPA and leadership qualities.

Our Parent Organizations

There are many ways that you as a parent can get involved at TSCA as well! We love our parents!

100 Days of School

Booster Club

Multicultural Day

PTSF Christmas Program

Basketball Games

PTSF Christmas Classroom Parties

TSCA Cheer

PTSF Field Day

In-N-Out Spirit Night

PTSF Organization

Want to get more involved with TSCA and your child’s education? Come to the monthly PSTF meetings and volunteer at school-wide events with us! Contact us at ptsfpres@tsca.org

Booster Club

Help support our Student Athletics! Serve in our concession stand, help organize different events for our athletes and simply come cheer our Crusaders on to victory! Email ptsfpres@tsca.org for more information.

Moms In Prayer

Moms in Prayer is a worldwide army of praying moms. Our group of Moms in Prayer meets here at TSCA on Tuesday’s at 8:20am. They pray for our students, faculty, staff, and parents as well as any prayer requests that come in.

Dad's Club

The Dads Club is a volunteer organization of fathers (and father figures) of Tyler Street Christian Academy students, whose goal is to promote father/child interaction through community service, social events, and TSCA community support. It’s a unique and fulfilling way to share in our children’s TSCA experience, while joining in fellowship with other fathers of current TSCA students.

Students

Extra Curriculars

Faculty

Years Established

Get In Touch

Location: 915 W Ninth St. Dallas, TX 75208

Telephone: (214) 941-9717

Email: info@tsca.org

School Hours: M-F: 8am – 3:45pm

Non-Discrimination Policy

Tyler Street Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship program, and athletic and other school-administered programs. (Galatians 3:28)

 

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