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K-12 Classical Christian School in Fort Worth, TX

Help us raise funds for several new outdoor projects! We hope to add versatile outdoor learning spaces, butterfly and bird gardens, a new-and-improved veggie garden for hands-on learning and a cross country and nature trail that winds through our campus. Watch our video to learn more about the spaces we hope to provide for our students. You may even see a student or teacher you know!

Proven Academics

Classical education means we are cultivating wisdom and virtue in our students, not just providing career preparation

Spiritual Formation

At Covenant, the Bible is our source of truth, and we strive to make Christ preeminent in all things.

Fine Arts

Covenant students learn to delight in the beauty and glory of God through K-12 Fine Arts classes. 


Cavaliers train and compete to honor God with their performance, dedication and sportsmanship. 

Start-of-School Plan, Fall 2020

 Our Covenant community is strong because of our shared faith, our desire for a high-quality education and our devotion to our children. We love all of our families and are excited to be back for another wonderful school year.
– Head of School Eric Cook –

Apply Today for 2020-21

If you are looking for an excellent education in a community of authentic Christian faith, we’d love to meet you! Click below to learn more about our admission process, or request a campus tour.

We bring together faith, family and education.

Covenant Classical School partners with Christian parents to train students to live and think according to a biblical, Christ-centered worldview. We provide a rigorous, classical education that instills a lifelong love of learning so our students are prepared to thrive in college and beyond.

Find out why parents just like you are choosing Covenant.

What’s the “Classical” difference?

If you are interested in giving your children an excellent education that also nurtures their faith, you’re in the right place. At Covenant, we use a classical Christian educational model to prepare students to succeed in college and beyond, with a strong foundation of faith.

What does “classical” mean? The name refers to the Classical period in history, when people like Aristotle and Socrates shaped an educational model with the loftiest of goals: human flourishing.

How to Become a Cavalier

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Schedule a Visit

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Interview & Assess

Covenant is not just a school with “Christian” in its name. Christ is in everything they do. My kids have seen authentic faith lived out in front of them every day, and it has shaped their view of God and themselves. I’m so grateful for what they’ve experienced here.

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We love Covenant. It has been a great school home for our daughter. She has learned to love learning, grown in her understanding of how to grow and walk with Jesus. Her teachers have modeled well how to learn, live and encourage one another.

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12th Grade

The body of Christ consists of believers from every walk of life. This unity and diversity should also be reflected in a Christian school. It is Covenant Classical School’s desire that classical Christian education be made available to those to whom the associated costs might seem prohibitive.

An Acorn, a Web, and a Lizard

An Acorn, a Web, and a Lizard

This shelter-in-place order has disrupted my normal routines. I know this is an understatement to the nth degree, but I am thankful, and here is why. Before all this happened, I had a busy routine. Up and at ‘em at a ridiculously early hour. Drive to school, teach,...

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Life Lessons from Little House 

Life Lessons from Little House 

I keep feeling like I’m on some modern-day episode of “Little House on the Prairie,” only I can’t walk off the set.  It was fun for a couple weeks.  Although on that show someone is always getting horribly maimed, blinded by disease, or bitten by venomous snakes, I’m...

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Hospitality at Home

Hospitality at Home

Our CCS theme this year is hospitality. In August, we had our usual devotions on our theme of the year as is our tradition. This year the devotions focused on the key Bible passage of Romans 12:9-13.  Mr. Cook spoke on hospitality including examples from history, the...

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Covenant Classical School of Fort Worth admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.