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is to train our students to live and
think according to a biblical,
Christ-centered worldview. We
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Scripture is our foundation and guide
as we evaluate knowledge, the world
and all of life. The best education is
anchored in an environment that
recognizes all truth as God's truth.

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Athletics creates a unique situation
to encourage, prepare and push
students toward goals. Teamwork
is a beautiful way to encourage the
individual to be involved with
the whole.

The Arts at

The arts program of Covenant
Classical School seeks to develop
the aesthetic sensibilities of
students so that they may delight
in the beauty and glory of God.



Campus Life

The Logic Cavaliers volleyball team will compete for the Regional Championship tonight! The game will take place at 6 p.m. at Fort Worth Academy. Come out and support your Cavaliers! Go Cavs! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Class of 2017 led All School Chapel this morning, continuing the theme of Gratitude. Senior Cameron Crow closed his message to the students with this:

"We have a lot to be thankful for. We have homes, we have friends, we have our lives… only thanks to God. Why are we not more grateful for these, these little things? We need to remind ourselves everyday to be thankful for what God has given us, and sometimes we fail to do that. But even when we do remember to be thankful for the little things, we still forget the biggest thing we have to be thankful for. It is not our homes. It is not our friends. It is not even our very lives. It is the saving grace of God. While we walked in darkness, God brought us into his marvelous light. That is what we should be thankful for. That is what truly matters. Even if we forget to thank God for the little things, the things that don’t really matter, we must always remember to thank him for his saving grace. Because without it, we are prisoners, fettered by darkness."

*My chains fell off, my heart was free. I rose, went forth and followed Thee. Amazing love how can it be, that Thou my God should die for me.*

"Always remember. Always be thankful. Always rejoice."
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Stephanie BossPowerful proclamation of the Gospel!

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Linda C DavisI have got to share this Jean. We have a grandson who will be graduating from HS May 2017.

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Auction items are pouring in! Here's another sneak peek of a few items that will be available at "A Night in the Garden" on November 10! (A link to more Auction-item photos is provided in the comments below.)
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Coach Abrams' Cavalier Report

Volleyball: The Logic Lady Cavs hosted the Falcons from Irving Faustina Academy in the opening round of the CSAF Regional Championships. The Cavaliers took the first set of the match 25 to 18 in front of a packed and very loud Cavalier Gymnasium. The Falcons rebounded to claim the second set by reversing the score 18 to 25. But the Lady Cavs, as they have throughout this outstanding season, took control of the third and deciding set early and pulled away to a 15 to 5 win, claiming the victory and advancing to Monday’s semi-final match against Weatherford Christian. That match will be played at Ft. Worth Academy at 4 p.m. If they win the semi-final they will play for the Regional title on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Ft. Worth Academy. In the event that they fall short they will play at 4 p.m. on Tuesday in the consolation game.

Saturday our Grammar team fought the I-20 shut down and the Trinity Christian Eagles in the opening round of the CSAF District 2 Championship Tournament. The Cavs received a bye in the opening round due to their outstanding regular season as they claimed the number two seed in the tournament. The Lady Cavaliers dispatched the Lady Eagles in two sets 25-18 and 25-17 to secure a spot in the Championship match.

In the Championship match they faced another flock of Eagles, this time the regular season and undefeated St. Paul Lutheran Eagles. The Lady Cavaliers jumped out to an early lead in the first set. The Cavs held a one-point lead when Rebekah Houshauer’s serve rotation came up, she reeled off five unanswered points and the Cavs had a 20 to 15 lead. Then the Lady Eagles ran off a ten point run to take the first set 25-20.

In the second set it was the Lady Eagles with the opening serve and they jumped out to a quick four-point lead and never relinquished that lead as they took the second set and match 25-17. The Grammar Cavs had an outstanding season with an 8-4 record, with three of the losses coming at the hands of St. Paul Lutheran.

Football: In one of the most exciting games ever played on Cavalier Field the Logic boys' football team felt the sting of defeat for the first time this season. The Cavaliers received the opening kick-off in their district championship showdown match with the Lakeland Christian Lions, who also entered the game undefeated.

The Cavs took the opening kick and methodically marched down the field eating up time and yardage as they drove the ball down the field to score and take an early 7-0 lead. In an early and foreshadowing moment the Cavaliers recovered the onside kick-off following their touchdown, but failed to capitalize on an opportunity to take a quick and commanding lead as they threw an interception on their very first play, following the turnover.

Undaunted the Cavs stopped a long Lakeland drive to the two-yard line, and quickly covered the 78 yards of territory to claim a 14-point lead. The Cavaliers were in command throughout most of the first half and went into the intermission with a 51-34 lead.

In the second half, the Cavaliers made several self-inflicted errors and failed opportunities following Lakeland turnovers. The Lions then began to slowly chip away at the Cavaliers lead. When Lakeland scored with 2:28 seconds remaining in the contest they pulled within four points of the Cavaliers. On the following onside kick-off the ball bounced off of a Cavalier and the Lions recovered to gain possession with 2:25 seconds left and 37 yards away from the end zone. They drove inside the Cavaliers 10-yard line, but the Cavs defense responded and threw the Lions for a loss of yardage on back to back plays, then following a five-yard penalty the Lions were on the Covenant 25 and 10 seconds remaining. Following an incomplete pass in the end zone there were 5.8 seconds left. The game came down to one final snap of the ball. The Lions quarterback was forced to roll to his left as the clock ticked down. He was able to get the ball off to a receiver right before he was hit. As the siren sounded to signify the end of the game, Lakeland’s receiver was able to barely cross over the goal line to take their first and only lead of the day, and claim the district title 65-63.

The Cavaliers will now travel to Arlington to face Newman International next week in the opening round of the CSAF Regional Playoffs. The date, time and location for that game have not been set as of this writing.

The Rhetoric football team entered their final district and regular season game with an opportunity to capture the final TCAF playoff berth with a victory over the Hill School Hawks. The Hawks won the coin flip and elected to receive the ball. However, the Cavaliers jumped on a loose ball on the opening kick-off, and on the game's second play from scrimmage Josiah Brown sprinted around the left side for a 19-yard touchdown. The Cavaliers quickly scored two more touchdowns and were up by 21 early in the first quarter, and they rolled to a 50-0 first half lead. Under the rules of six-man football, this constituted the game by way of the 45-point mercy rule.

The Cavs previously scheduled Saturday game against St. Paul’s Prep has been canceled, as the Lions and Cavaliers will open the TCAF State Playoffs against each other the following week November 4. That game will be played on the campus of St. Paul’s Prep in Arlington at 7 p.m.

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God has blessed us with a thriving school that is attracting more and more interest from Fort Worth families who are looking for a Christ-centered, classical education for their children. Will you help us build the future of Covenant? Turn in your pledge card for the capital campaign by November 1!
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When Mr. Elizalde has lunch duty, he comes prepared, Dad-style. Need a yogurt opened? He has scissors in his belted toolkit. Spill your drink? He has napkins at the ready. Forgot your spoon? No problem. (He even has bandaids in his shirt pocket, because you never know.) Mr. Elizalde has it under control. See you in the lunchroom!
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Amanda Gale LeshnerMr. Elizalde is rocking lunch duty! He is a blessing to the students as well as the teachers! 😊

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Liz Kelly LyngleI was just telling my family about this the other day...now I can show them a picture!! 😂 LOVE it! I witnessed another Mr. Elizalde rocks moment from my car the other day after drop off. A little girl had lost her paper to the wind and was trying so hard to catch it...when he jumped into action and saved the day 😁 The crazy Texas wind is no match for Mr. Elizalde! 😉 He is a blessing for sure!

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The future of Covenant is bright! So bright, in fact, that we are in need of 12 more classrooms and a meeting space large enough to accommodate all the parents, grandparents and students at events such as Recitation, All-School Chapel and Grandparents Day! Will you prayerfully consider how you could be part of the future of Covenant? Return your commitment card by November 1 so we can effectively plan for the future growth of our school. Go Cavs! ... See MoreSee Less

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School Hours

  • K - 2nd Monday-Thursday, 8:15 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
  • 3rd-12th Monday-Thursday, 8:15 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
    Friday, 8:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m.




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