Partnering with Parents
What an honor it is to be able to partner with parents in teaching and training your children. Because we believe that a three-fold cord is not easily broken (Eccles. 4:12), Parents, Pastors and Teachers must become partners in educating our students. We encourage parents to participate in their child’s educational journey. As we partner with you to disciple your children, teaching them to do all He has commanded (Matt. 27:19-20), we know that they will have a firm foundation on which to live out every aspect of their lives.
We would love to meet with you to discuss TCCA if you are looking for a school where your child will:
- be in an environment where God’s Word comes first.
- be taught values that reflect those taught at home.
- learn to live for God, not just for today, but for the future.
- be prepared to go well beyond these doors to impact the world in an amazing away.
- learn the things that will enable them to be successful in life.
Schedule a Campus Tour
We know you have a lot of questions in considering a new school for your child. We seek to be as transparent as possible. Contact us with any questions you might have.
All our grades are located on the same campus. Younger students frequently interact with older students and can learn from them on how to be a student and Christ follower. We’re one big family!
Small Class Sizes
We are committed to small class sizes that allow for individual attention for each student. Once a class reaches 15 students, we begin a wait list and start looking at forming a new class.
We believe a hands-on approach to life skills is an important component of a child’s education. Students learn many skills to prepare them for adulthood, such as managing finances, sewing, car maintenance, gardening and food preparation.
Growing Athletic Program
We are a new member of the SC Independent School Association and have begun offering team and individual sports. Fall 2018, we offered football and volleyball.
Individual sports are available where at least one student is interested. These include Archery, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis and Track & Field.
Students may compete in non-contact sports starting in 6th grade. Contact sports require the student to be in 8th Grade. JV teams for contact sports may be formed in the future.