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
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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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"Surprised by Oxford" Kindle edition is on sale for $1.99 until the end of the month! Be sure to RSVP for Friday's Great Conversation Series event featuring Carolyn Weber at mniederhauser@covenantfw.org. The event is free of charge and will begin at 7 pm. A dessert reception and book signing will follow Carolyn Weber's talk. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come Fly with Peter Pan!
Get your Peter Pan tickets today! The Friday "Children's Matinee" is almost sold out! Performances will be Friday, April 7, at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase in both school offices.
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6 days ago

Get your tickets to see the CCS production of Peter Pan! Come dressed as your favorite character to Friday's "children's matinee"and stay for $1 Steel City Pops after the show! Evening performances feature “I Can Fly” door prizes:
$100 gift card to iFly Indoor Skydiving and Flight Deck Trampoline Park jump passes! (Tickets available for purchase in the Upper and Lower School offices.)
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7 days ago

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Invite your friends and make an evening of it! RSVP today for the Great Conversation Series lecture featuring Carolyn Weber this Friday evening. (RSVP: MNiederhauser@covenantfw.org) ... See MoreSee Less

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Coach Abrams' Cavalier Report:

All the Cavalier track teams took part in the ITC Spring Break Relays on Tuesday at North Oaks Middle School in Haltom City. The Flying Cavaliers athletes had 13 new personal best performances on the afternoon. Ella Birbari had the only first place finish of the day winning the elementary long jump with a leap of 9’8.5”. Mollie Davis running her first-ever open 400 meters posted the second fastest time in Covenant annals, just a half second behind Jessie Clark’s school record. Hudson Hamilton stepping up in distance was impressive in taking third place in the elementary 1500 meter run with a fine time of 6:14.0.

Saturday the Rhetoric teams made the trek to Graham to take part in the 70th Possum Kingdom Relays, one of the oldest continuous meets in Texas. On a beautiful and warm day the Cavaliers had an outstanding showing competing against much larger schools as one of only three private schools in the 18-team field.

The Cavalier boys team led by the brothers Brown, Josiah and Luke, along with Matthew McLean, finished second in the Division I team standings, garnering 96 points without the benefit of having any relay teams. Josiah captured four individual golds as he won both hurdle races (110 meter and 300 meter), the triple jump and pole vault, and took the bronze in the long jump. Matthew swept the short dashes, taking both the 100 and 200 meter titles and placed second in the pole vault, making it a 1-2 finish for the Cavs. Luke was second in the high jump and 400 meter dash and finished fifth in the triple jump. Zach McDonald and Josh Hadden rounded out the Cavaliers point total taking fifth in the 800 and 3200 meters respectively.

On the girls side the Cavaliers only had three athletes entered in the meet, but they too had an outstanding day. Mollie Davis finished second in the high jump and 100 meter dash as she moved ahead of Georgia Love into second on the Covenant record board in the 100 with a time of 13.41. She then came back to take the bronze medal in the 300 meter hurdles in a new personal best of 55.58 seconds. Maddie Hornell finished second in a photo finish in the 1600 meter run, and Sinai Hamilton continues to impress in her first season of track and field as she continues to PR in every one of her events week after week, as she had new personal records in both hurdle races once again.
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"For serious Christian parents, education cannot be simply a matter of building their child’s transcript to boost her chance of making it into the Ivy League. If this is the model your family follows (perhaps with a sprinkle of God on top for seasoning), you will be hard-pressed to form countercultural Christian adults capable of resisting the disorders of our time." -- Rod Dreher, author of "The Benedict Option" and plenary speaker at the 2017 Society for Classical Learning conference (link to full article in comments) ... 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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