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Covenant Classical School's mission is
to train our students to live and think
according to a biblical, Christ-centered
worldview. We invite you to take a look
around and learn more.

Academics at

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.

Athletics at

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

Kindergarten students had a special guest this week as part of their study of the senses. Sylvia Blair spoke to them about what it is like to be blind. She shared her Braille Bible with the children and let them feel what it is like to read with fingers instead of eyes. Thank you, Ms. Blair, for sharing your inspiring story with us! (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Amanda Gale LeshnerThe children loved hearing Ms. Sylvia's story! It was so sweet of her to come. She has such an inspiring story. 15 hours ago   ·  1

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Mr. Perkins usually teaches subjects like physics and pre-calculus to Rhetoric students, but today he stepped in as a guest math teacher in 4th grade! He looks forward to having these kids join him in Upper School in a few short years! ... See MoreSee Less

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Invite your friends to learn more about Covenant Classical School! Prospective Parent Night is TONIGHT at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. ... See MoreSee Less

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Jessica ReevesI'll jump on a plane!3 days ago

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Join us at the Fort Worth Club Friday evening for an inspiring lecture on "The Great Tradition," by the director of the Hilldale College Honors Program, Dr. Richard Gamble. The lecture will be followed by dessert and coffee. ... See MoreSee Less

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In their science lesson this week, first grade students used "minerals" (Rice Krispies, marshmallows, chocolate chips, sprinkles, and m&m's) to make "rocks" (Rice Krispy treats) they could eat! ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

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Angela CrumSweet little Faces!7 days ago
Amanda Gale LeshnerI love this! <3 They had so much fun!7 days ago
Valisa TungateBen actually told me about this lesson. He quite enjoyed it.7 days ago   ·  1
Katie Grisham StockwellMakes my heart happy!7 days ago
Jennifer Isley RogersSo fun!7 days ago
Inglan PolandSo sweet!6 days ago

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Monk Day is a long-standing 4th-grade tradition at Covenant, part of their study of Medieval and Renaissance history. Students wear monk's robes and homemade clay crosses, and they take a vow of silence for the day. (They can write messages on their white boards.) Guided by "Sister Baker," they visit various classrooms around campus, silently parading through the halls looking (mostly) serious. They end the day with a simple meal of cheese, grapes and lentil stew while "Father Perkins" delivers a short message. It is a struggle for 4th grade students to stay quiet that long, so the vow of silence is broken at the end of the day with loud cheers! (9 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Erik SkovI can - maybe - see Jack managing to do this - but - Peter?????1 week ago

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Sixth graders had lunch with their Kindergarten buddies today! (5 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Krystal HicksWhat a cute idea1 week ago

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