Tyler Street Christian AcademyContact Us
915 W. Ninth St
Dallas, TX 75208
M-F : 8am – 3:45pm
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Frequently Asked Questions
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How diverse is the TSCA community?
Our school is an accurate picture of Oak Cliff and we treasure our diversity knowing that it is a gift from God. Our current student population is about 40% Hispanic, 40% African American, 13% Anglo and 7% mixed race or other.
Is there an English as an Additional Language (EAL) program available for International scholars?
We do not have an EAL program available for International scholars.
At what age do you begin teaching additional languages?
Our scholars begin learning Spanish in PK 3. We start them off early!
Where do most TSCA students live?
60% of our students live in the Oak Cliff area and we have 33 different zip codes that make up our student body.
Are there opportunities for parent involvement?
Yes we love for our parents to be involved! A few of the ways to be involved is through PTSF, Booster Club, Moms in Prayer, and Dad’s Club.
Does TSCA have a community service program?
Community Service is ingrained into our method of teaching. Our scholars have a service day each semester and we have multiple service days outside of school time as well. We have worked with the North Texas Food Bank, Thrive Women’s Clinic, and the Trinity River Mission to name a few.
What grades does TSCA teach?
TSCA is a PK3 – 12th Grade School.
Is TSCA co-ed?
Yes, both girls and boys attend our school.
What is the student to teacher ratio at TSCA?
The student to teacher ratio is 6:1
What is TSCA's uniform policy?
What kind of extra-curricular activities are available at TSCA?
We have a variety of sports and activities that serve our scholars well. Click here to access all clubs and athletics offered.
Does TSCA offer transportation options for scholars?
Our school does not offer transportation. Parents are required to find a means of transportation for their children.
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)