Grace Prep : A private christian
K-12 UNIVERSITY MODEL SCHOOL SERVING THE
DALLAS / FORT WORTH AREA
Grace Prep is the school for you…you belong here.
INTRODUCING FAMILY-CENTERED COLLEGE PREP PRIVATE EDUCATION
Feel confident sending your child to Grace Prep. We will walk with you every step of the way.
Our teachers will provide excellent content served up with a side of genuine love. They are Christ-followers who feel called to Christian education for everyone!
MORE TIME WITH FAMILY
Dinner time is back and homework won’t stop it! You and your kid get more time together. Satellite days will give you one on one time with your child.
From time management to communication, your child will be ahead of the game when they start their freshman year in college. Our model helps them develop the skills!
We have a robust spiritual development program, tons of athletic offerings for all sorts of teams, and a fine arts program that includes music, theatre, art and graphic design. There are so many things that can help your student become a well rounded college candidate.
We offer chapels for all grades, with age-appropriate messages for everyone that challenges them to seek God, know Him better and put His words into action. Additionally, we offer extra night time opportunities for secondary students.
Starting in 7th grade, students are encouraged to participate in team sports. We have teams that compete year-round in a variety of sports. While we love to win, we are more concerned about the character we develop on and off the fields and courts.
Interested in pottery? Acting? Theatre tech? We have it all. From art classes to our annual all-school musical, we want our students to delve into their creativity and explore the arts during their years at Grace Prep through acting, art and singing! Read more…
The University Model: What Sets Grace Apart
Students who have been instructed using the University Model perform better at College.
College Like Schedules
From 7th to 12th grade your student spends three days a week at school and studies two days a week at home under your supervision. Elementary students attend classes like college students too. Two days a week at school receiving instruction from professional teachers and three days a week studying at home under your supervision.
More Time with Your Children
Because your student is learning on a college schedule they’ll spend more time with you, the single best influence they could have. In Elementary School your child will spend three days a week at home and in Secondary School two days at home. This gives you more time as a family, and more time to be involved in the things that interest your child.
A Valuable Education
Because of our University Model, our costs are less than other private Christian schools in the area. We work with families to provide need-based financial aid, because we believe our school is best when we have a variety of students that truly reflect our community. We strive for diversity on every level, and we are a richer more beautiful place because of it.
If you like numbers, here are a few, but honestly we’re more than numbers. We love to measure success and look at accomplishments, but it’s not everything we are. We are a family…
How do I become a Grace Prep Lion?
We will walk with you through the process, because we want to make sure our model of education will work with your individual circumstances.
VISIT OUR CAMPUS:
No website can show you how it all feels…you can only do that by visiting us in person and seeing it for yourself.
SUBMIT AN APPLICATION:
Once you’re ready, we’ll guide you through the application process. Don’t worry, it’s easy!
JOIN LION NATION:
Based on availability and other factors, we will send invitations to our newest family members. Get started today!
The first University Model school in the country, Grace Prep continues to set the standard for private Christian schools.
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
Grace Preparatory 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, tuition assistance, and athletic and other school-administered programs.