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An Accredited Christian College Preparatory School | Pre-K - 12th Grade

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About

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.

 

We Relate

We thrive in a connected
and nurturing community.

There are different kinds
of working, but in all
of them and in everyone
it is the same God at work. 

1 Corinthians 12:5-6

 

 

We Transform

It’s not just what we learn but who we become while learning.

Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what Gods will is – his good, pleasing and perfect will. 

Romans 12:2

 

 

We Celebrate

We rejoice in relationships
and transformation.

Rejoice always, pray
continually, give thanks in all
circumstances; for this
is God’s will for you
in Christ Jesus. 

1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

 

School Profile

TotalStudents
Student Faculty Ratio
Number 1 Christian School
Apple Distinguished School
40WoodedAcres
Scholarship
TAPPS 5A
Founded 1993
Student Diversity
College Acceptance

New In 2020

We are constantly upgrading our facilities, adding resources, and introducing new and innovative academic and co-curricular programs to our students. Below are just a few of the most exciting new additions to the Woodlands Christian educational experience:

Distance Learning
On Campus & Distance Learning

We are blessed with a beautiful 40-acre campus and small class sizes, which makes social distancing possible. With approximately 630 students returning to campus, we have upgraded our facilities to ensure the health and safety of our students.

Our devoted teachers and technological capabilities makes distance learning possible, and students are able to maintain relationships and stay engaged in class. Whether on or off campus, our students receive the same challenging academic experience that makes Woodlands Christian stand out.

World Vision
World Vision

Woodlands Christian has partnered with World Vision Ignite in a new and exciting long-term program to create global leaders with a biblical worldview. Instead of traditional child sponsorship where a child in the developing world is chosen, children in Zambia viewed photos of our students and chose our 9th graders to be their sponsors and friends.

Over the course of the next few years in high school, our 9th graders will get to know their new friends and form real relationships  while engaging in curriculum that explores the root causes of poverty.

STEAM
STEAM

While our curriculum has always been rigorous and innovative, we have recently focused our efforts toward the expansion of our STEAM program. Our students are introduced to challenge-based learning beginning in pre-k and on through graduation.

The completion of the Micah Academic Center lent a tremendous amount of possibility for maintaining an advanced STEAM program for high school students. This not only helps students to develop exceptional problem solving and critical thinking skills, it introduces valuable lessons in failure with almost all projects requiring them to revisit past failures and rebuild.

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GIVING RE-IMAGINED -
WHAT'S NEXT AT TWCA

Instead of kicking off our annual Warrior Fund campaign, we are excited to introduce a re-imagined approach to giving at TWCA. While tuition and fees cover the total cost of daily operations at Woodlands Christian, we rely heavily on additional support from our school community. This support allows us to continue expanding our academic and co-curricular programs.

We understand that many of our families feel financially stretched right now and we want to be sensitive to you. At the same time, we would like to provide those in a position to make a gift the opportunity to do so. Our fundraising focus for the next three years will be on key strategic priorities as follows:

  • Constructing, furnishing and equipping our STEAM labs in the Joshua and Micah Academic Centers.
  • Enlarging the athletic locker rooms in the Daniel Student Life Center.
  • Replenishing our need based financial aid fund.
  • Expanding and growing our Fine Arts programs.

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