Covenant Classical School students are more than intelligent, hardworking students in the classroom.

Covenant Students are…


1st place North Texas Suzuki Association Scholarship Competition 2014, 2016; Texas Federation of Music Clubs Junior Music Festival Superior Plus Ranking (Highest)


Covenant students were selected to participate in Princeton University’s Witherspoon Institute, a summer session designed to explore vital moral questions and equip students to think and act in a free society. Students were selected to participate in Texas Boys State to learn and participate in the workings of local government.


Covenant writers and artists have had their work published in national and regional publications, such as Elegant Island Living and HGTV Magazine.


CCS’s Mock Trial Team has a winning record including Regional Best Witness (2014-2017), Regional Best Advocate (2014-2016), 1st place Regional competition (2014-2017), State Best Witness (2017), State Semi-Finalist (2014-2016).


Both CCS team sports and individual athletes have won a variety of championships including: Texas State Indoor and Outdoor, Field, and JOAD Championship (archery), First Degree Black Belt, Equestrian honors, Track and Field State and Regional championships (team and individual), individual Tennis State Championship, Golf State Championship.

Community Servants

In addition to all-school participation in Project Hope, a community service project in Como, CCS students have achieved the rank of Eagle Scouts, served as tutors, youth group mentors, coaches, missions trip participants, and volunteers in community organizations.


CCS students have founded Camp Run-a-Muck, a camp for children with Downs Syndrome; Project Paint Drop, an afterschool art workshop series; Code Camp, a computer coding summer camp for elementary students; a basketball summer camp; a bakery business; a graphic design company; a product-review business.


CCS students consistently achieve high placement in the National Latin and Greek Exams.


Both literally and figuratively…one of our CCS students has earned his pilot license.

While most students won’t become pilots, all CCS students pursue their passions. CCS students are unique and remarkable people who are making an impact in their school and community.

Covenant Classical School is a vibrant, stimulating place where students grow and flourish both in and out of the classroom!

It is no wonder that 100% of the Class of 2017 were offered merit based scholarships.