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TWCA's Mission & Values

The Woodlands Christian Academy is an independent, Christ-centered college preparatory school that integrates learning with Biblical faith and spiritual growth, and challenges students to reach their highest potential – intellectually, creatively, physically and socially – for the glory of Jesus Christ.

TWCA's facts & figures

753

Total students

100%

Graduates accepted
to 4-year College
and Universities

40

Wooded acres

$11,621,740

Merit-based scholarship Dollars Awarded to the Class of 2022

#1

Best Christian HS 
(in Montgomery County
by Niche.com)

9:1

Student
Faculty Ratio

1993

The Woodlands, Tx
Academy was founded

#7

Best High School
for athletes in Houston

hear from us

Ted Liu

“With small class sizes, students form better connections with their teachers and peers, allowing them to excel or get extra help if they’re struggling. What I love most is that TWCA is a representative of the body of Christ. It is a community willing to grow and nurture future Christian leaders.”

Parent

Caedmon Parker

“TWCA has truly shaped me - the coaches having the biggest impact. I’ve been pushed to limits I didn't even know I had. Being able to look up to them helped me know the man I want to be, the husband I want to be. They showed me the deeper meaning behind sports.”

Alum, C/O 2021

Lini John

“Our core values - relate, transform and celebrate - are more than just empty words. They describe our culture and the feeling you get when you walk on campus. It is amazing to see students’ lives transform because teachers have made the conscious effort to build that relationship.” 

Lower School Assistant Principal

Brooke & Ajesh D'Souza

“TWCA is both academically challenging & has the resources to help all students succeed. There are many activities to choose from providing opportunities for new skills, leadership roles & exploring passions. TWCA develops well rounded students with a focus on Christian values.”

Parents

Madison Frey

“I love the environment at Woodlands Christian because of the vibrant relationships, applicable learning, and engaging teaching. It is a joy to be at TWCA because of the constant reminder of Christ’s character and how to live out His teaching in our daily lives.”

Student, C/O 2022

Laura & Anthony Sullivan

“We cannot express how thankful we are to send our kids to such a wonderful place where they are known by name and truly loved. TWCA is much more than just a school — the sense of community amongst the families is authentic and genuine.”

Parents

Aaron Marez

"Given our current sociopolitical context, the ability for us to instill Christian values as part of students’ educational development is invaluable.  Not to mention the personalized, and genuine, attention, care, and trust for each student’s entire well-being."

Coordinator of Spiritual Development

Sebastian Bryngelson

“I have been at TWCA for 12 years and my favorite part is the community and the feeling that we are one family in Christ. This aspect of community and family is something no other schools have and makes TWCA unique in its own way."


Student, C/O 2022

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In conjunction with National Suicide Prevention Week, the Psychology Club invited Mrs. Kim Hess, founder of the local non-profit Cassidy Joined for Hope, to speak to high school students. Established in 2016, Cassidy Joined for Hope is focused on teen suicide prevention by providing resources, support and education to schools and communities. 

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Two students from The Woodlands Christian Academy have been named as Semifinalists in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program. Avery Buck and Seth Culberson placed among the top 16,000 scorers of the over one million students who entered the competition by taking the 2021 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) and represent less than one percent of all U.S. high school seniors.

Read More about Woodlands Christian Seniors Named National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists

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