1. Can we visit the school?
TCS is dedicated to ministering to you and your family. Because of this, we set up small tour groups, usually consisting of one to three families, in which we take families around campus and answer any questions you might have.
2. Does TCS offer financial aid?
Yes! TCS offers up to 25% tuition credit through FACTS. Information can be found under Tuition and Financial Aid Information online. In addition, TCS prides itself in offering the lowest tuition in our area for a school our size and for the programs we offer. Another source of financial aid is othe Star Scholarship Program (a non profit group not connected with TCS). You will also note TCS offers a wide array of discounts to further reduce school costs.
3. Is TCS Accredited?
TCS is accredited through ACTABS (Accrediting Commission for Texas Association of Baptist Schools), which is fully recognized by the state of Texas.
4. What is the main emphasizes of TCS?
The spiritual development of the student. This is accomplished through required daily bible classes for all grades, regular chapel services, and having a Christian world view which permeates our entire curricula.
College preparatory academics – TCS has established curricula designed to enable a student to do well on the college entrance exams and succeed in their college career.
5. What extra-curricular and co-curricular opportunities does TCS offer?
Sports – Volleyball, football, basketball, track, cross country, soccer, softball, baseball, and cheerleading.
Fine Arts – Choir, ensemble, band, praise and worship teams, art, and plays.
Co-curricular opportunities are offered through various venues. Some include: field trips, Robotic competition, Youth and government teams, various academic competitions, leadership training through our Honor Council, and after school opportunities such as chess club, and karate.
6. What is the average class size?
TCS has a 14:1 student teacher ratio, but what most want to know is how many students are in a class. TCS policy sets the maximum desired class size in lower elementary at 22, middle school at 24, and upper school at 26.