FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Braveheart Christian Academy accredited? 

Braveheart Christian Academy’s initial accreditation is pending by Cognia.
 
Are your teachers certified? Our faculty have a minimum of a four-year college degree from an accredited college or university, while some also hold advanced degrees and state teaching certifications. 
 
Do you have to be a member of Believers Connection Church to attend your school? 
While the school shares a building with the church, the school welcomes families from throughout the community to enroll. 
 
Are there any scholarships or financial aid programs available? 
There are several programs that provide scholarships to qualifying families. For more details, visit the financial aid section of our website. 
 
What are the hours of your school day?
School hours are from 8:30am- 3:30pm.
Students may be dropped off as early as 8:10am prior to the start of the school day.
 
Do you have before or after school supervision? 
After school care is available from 3:30pm- 5:30pm for an additional fee. 
 
How much are tuition and fees for next school year? 
To obtain our tuition & fee schedule, please request an information packet and we will gladly send you an email with that information. You may also contact the school office. 
 
When is the first day of school? 
Braveheart Christian Academy follows the Arlington ISD calendar. The first day of school for the 2024-2025 school year is August 14th. 
 
What kind of curriculum do you use? 
We utilize a variety of curricular programs to offer the highest quality of education without sacrificing the Christian values at the heart of our school. Our Head of School will be happy to provide specific details during an Educational Consultation. 
 
Are students required to wear a uniform? 
All BCA students are required to wear the school approved uniform. While families are required to purchase the official uniform items, they have some choice in what they wear to school each day. With a variety of colors and styles available, students maintain some choice while the school accomplishes its goal of a uniform standard.