Missional Admission

Grace Covenant Academy aims to serve local North Texas families by providing a school that focuses on discipleship and scholarship. As all institutions do, we have admission requirements and procedures that we hope will create an educational culture where God can be glorified and where people are centrally united by the Gospel. If you're interested in partnering with GCA for your child's education, please review our admission process and requirements, and then consider applying. 

7 Step Process

We want to serve your family as you make this educational decision! To best do that, we've created a simple, 7 step process that will lead you through the admissions and enrollment process. 

  1. Request Information - The first step is to simply contact the school to request more information. This step will allow us to share some introductory information about the school, as well as, answer any questions you may have. To request information, simply click here

  2.  Attend a Campus Tour - The next step is to schedule, and attend, an official Campus Tour. At a Campus Tour, you'll hear about our mission and philosophy, as well as, experience what GCA is like on a school day! The tour is an important part of the admissions process, as it will help ensure that we begin our partnership with your family on the same page. Therefore, we encourage both parents to attend a Campus Tour (if possible). Additionally, attending a Campus Tour is a mandatory requirement for admission. To attend a campus tour, please register here.

  3. Apply Online - After attending a Campus Tour, please prayerfully consider applying. Discuss with your spouse whether you feel God leading you to attend the school. Additionally, discuss whether the school's mission and methods will help your student(s) and family flourish. At that point, if you discern that attending Grace Covenant Academy would be beneficial, please complete an online application! To apply, click here.  

  4. Attend an Academic Assessment - Upon completing your application, an Admissions Counselor will request your references and will schedule an academic assessment for your student. After receiving the assessment date, simply have your student attend and participate in the assessment.

  5. Attend the Family Interview - After the academic assessment, the Admissions Counselor will schedule a time for a family interview with our Headmaster. This will be an opportunity for your family to meet the Headmaster (if you haven't already) and ask any final questions about Grace Covenant Academy. Upon completing the family interview, your application will be reviewed by our Admissions Decision Committee. This committee meets monthly to discuss and admit qualified candidates into the school. Once the committee makes a decision, you will be notified via email. 

  6. Enroll Online - After receiving your acceptance email, the next step is to enroll online. An Admissions Counselor will help guide you through the enrollment process.

  7. Attend Eagle 101 - The last step of the process is to attend the next Eagle 101 event. Eagle 101 is a quarterly event that provides an opportunity for incoming families to meet their teachers, meet fellow families, receive parent training, and more. 

After completing these 7 steps, you will be an official GCA Eagle! If you have any questions about the process, or need assistance during the process, please email admissions@gcafrisco.org. We will be happy to assist you however we can.

Additionally, to review our application requirements, helpful forms, or tuition & fees, please click the appropriate buttons below. 

    Application Deadlines

    Fall semester 2018: July 31, 2018

    We are currently enrolling for fall 2018.

    Non Discrimination Statement

    Grace Covenant Academy, located at 8000 Sanctuary Dr., Frisco, TX  does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment practices, or programs.  Grace Covenant Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all programs and activities with the same rights and privileges as all students in the school.