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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.

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

Who We Are


Students involved in the 
Fine Arts Program


Estimated Minutes Spent in '22-'23
Volunteering in Service to Others
By the Interact Club


TAPPS State Championships
In School History


ZIP Codes represented by
TWCA Students

Academic Stats


Class of 2023 Average
SAT Score - 111 points above
the National Average


Advanced Placement Classes
Offered at TWCA


STEAM Labs & 


Class of 2023 
Average ACT Score
2 Points Above the National Average

School Accreditations

The Woodlands Christian Academy is proud of the many accomplishments and the recognition we have received from various organizations.

  • ACSI
  • ADS
  • Best Christian Workplace
  • CESA
  • Cognia
  • Hometown Hero

TWCA students and faculty have also received numerous awards and recognition for accomplishments in art, academics and athletics.

Governance Board

The Woodlands Christian Academy is governed by a self-perpetuating Executive Board of Directors that represents both God and the moral owners of our school. Moral owners include parents, faculty and members of the greater Christian community who share the vision for the school and have a vested interest in its success. The Board is responsible for the school’s long-term mission and vision. The Board hires only one employee, the Head of School, and delegates all day-to-day operations through explicit governing policies to the Head of School.

2023-2024 Governance Board

Anthony George, Chief Governance Officer

Carolyn Atkinson, Secretary

Toyin Amodu

Billy Brown

Lucas Duvall

Patricia Gutknecht