Welcome to
COVENANT CLASSICAL SCHOOL.

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
watch this video and learn more.

Academics at
COVENANT CLASSICAL SCHOOL

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
COVENANT CLASSICAL SCHOOL

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
COVENANT CLASSICAL SCHOOL

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.

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Wear your dress uniform for All School Chapel tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less

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Get ready! Peter Pan, Wendy, Captain Hook -- and this crocodile -- are headed your way April 7-8! ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Kindergarten crew traveled to Arborlawn United Methodist today to see the Fort Worth Symphony and Kids Who Care perform three of Aesop's fables as part of their Kinderconcert program. The students enjoyed seeing "The Lion and the Mouse," "The Tortoise and the Hare," and "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," all with live-music accompaniment! ... See MoreSee Less

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It's Teacher Appreciation Week at Covenant! Have you hugged a teacher today? ... See MoreSee Less

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Pick up your copy of "Surprised by Oxford" in the Office ($10) and then join us on March 24 to hear the author, Carolyn Weber, speak at the Great Conversation Series. The event is free of charge and open to the public -- invite your friends! ... See MoreSee Less

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"To the faculty of Covenant, you have all taught me so much, and I would estimate only 20 percent of that can be found in a textbook. That’s because, Mr. Foster, you didn’t just teach me Latin, Mr. Perkins, you didn’t just teach me physics, Mr. Hoshauer, you didn’t just teach me history. You taught me how to reason well, how to speak graciously, how to smile even when attacked. More than anything else, teachers of Covenant, you taught the students how to be godly men and women. And so I would challenge you to remember that, even when you aren’t talking about molecules or masculine nouns or the Monroe Doctrine, you are still teaching." — Collin Fredricks, 2016 CCS Valedictorian ... See MoreSee Less

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Amy Battle AllenWhy we love our school so much!

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Angela CrumBravo👏🏼

1 week ago   ·  1

Susan DotyMakes teaching fill your heart.

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Courtney Foster WilsonLove this! Covenant has incredible teachers! Marcus Foster being a favorite due to pure nepotism.

1 week ago   ·  3

Alice FredricksMakes me a very proud and thankful grandmother!

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Lindsey Loveland HamiltonLuke Zahari

1 week ago

Pat RheaWhat a tribute to his school, professors, his parents& his GParents!!! We knew as a 4yr old in Kenya!!! Terrific example of what God does in a young man!!!

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Marti FisherWonderful words of wisdom flowing from this handsome grandson

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Tess ScotishtessVery well said. How proud his patents must be

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Janice HavardSuch wisdom!

6 days ago

Francine BurnsYou must be impressed and proud and rightfully so!!! Nice to see godly and intelligent young people!!!

6 days ago

Priscilla LewisOutstanding accomplishment, Collin. Congratulations to your great parents.

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Priscilla LewisYes

5 days ago

Mary FreyWell stated..Congrats.....

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Chrissie DeLoach StuntzAwesomeness

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CCS 9th and 4th grade students carried on the Covenant tradition of going to Medieval Times together today! (Both grades study Medieval and Renaissance history, so it's 100% educational.) ... See MoreSee Less

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Melonnie Newkirk KleinI see some awesome looking fourth grade scholars in this mash-up!

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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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