But at Grace Preparatory Academy, flexibility in learning has always been at the heart of our university-model instruction.
Recent events have helped us see what’s most valuable in life.
As parents, spending time with your children and building a stronger family is one of the most important things you’ll do. We are excited to show you what we believe is a “better way” to educate our future generations: a University-Model® School. This unique approach gives families the gift of time with one another, as well as the flexibility to continue an uninterrupted education when in-classroom education is not feasible.
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At Grace Prep, our vibrant student life and high academic achievements prove that flexible learning has a positive effect on a student’s social and mental development.
Grace Prep by the Numbers
Graduates Accepted to College
National Merit Finalists since 2001
High School Students Play at Least One Sport
National Hispanic Merit Finalists since 2001
Of Faculty Hold a Master’s Degree or Higher
Commended Scholars since 2001
What is a University-Model® School?
Grace Prep is a unique private Christian school that utilizes a university-type schedule and a teacher-parent integrated instructional approach to produce a high level of academic achievement while enabling strong ties between parents and their children. The school was the first concrete expression of a new educational model called University-Model® Schooling (UMS) in which two proven elements of educational success: the professional classroom instruction of a teacher and the caring at-home mentoring of a parent, are combined into a single, unified, college-simulated program.
If you are interested in learning more about the advantages of a University-Model® School, or would like to discover more about the Grace Prep community, please click the link below and a member of our admissions team will contact you.Request Information
Ready to apply?
View the steps of our admissions process:
- Request Information and a member of our admissions team will reach out to you soon.
- Complete the Online Application
- Submit required references, birth certificate, and immunization record.
- Submit academic records (standardized testing, report cards, transcript).
- Complete entrance testing.
- File review.
- Family follow-up.
- Communication of admissions decisions.
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We look forward to speaking with you soon!
While our campus is currently closed, we are happy to speak with you over the phone. Please submit the request information form and someone from our admissions team will contact you.
Director of Admissions
Secondary Admissions Counselor
817-557-3399 ext. 107
Elementary Admissions Counselor
817-557-3399 ext. 108