Texas Leadership Charter Academy – Tomorrow’s Leaders In training
The mission of Texas Leadership Charter Academy is to train leaders with life skills for the twenty-first century by establishing strong academics, character training, and a parenting program.
__________________________________ STAAR Testing
From April 20th - 22nd, students will be STAAR Testing. During this time, NO classroom or lunch visits will be permitted.
__________________________________ Enrollment for 2015-2016
Open enrollment is now closed. If you applied between April 1st - 14th, please check your email for enrollment status. Applications are still being accepted but are on first come, first serve basis, as available.
__________________________________ TEXAS LEADERSHIP CHARTER ACADEMY OF ABILENE
Texas Leadership Charter Academy is bringing additional school choices to Abilene. Opening this August for the 2015-16 school year, TLCA offers highly qualified teachers, a curriculum with an emphasis on leadership and character, and a commitment to educational excellence. TLCA of Abilene is located at 1840 North 8th Street, Abilene TX 79603. Find out more today. Call 325-480-3500 or log on to texasleadershipabilene.net.
__________________________________ Conaway Appoints TLCA Student to U.S. Air Force Academy
U.S. Rep. Mike Conaway appointed Texas Leadership Charter Academy student, Cadet/Chief Master Sgt., Gage Hiseley, to U.S. Air Force Academy on January 8th Hiseley is of 1,200 who received appointments out of 9,700 applicants, according to his acceptance letter. He currently holds Cadet Flight Commander in the Civil Air Patrol. After graduating in May, Hiseley June will attend the Air Force Academy at the end of June. Upon completion of the academy he would like to become a pilot for the B-2 Spirit Bomber pilot.
My son went to the public schools here for the first 7 1/2 school years. He started struggling with grades in the 6th grade, the culture shock from going from a class room size of 15 to 20 students in Elementary school to one of 30 in Middle School hindered his learning. By the time he was in the 7th grade he was failing every class and being bullied at school. He cried every morning on the way to school and developed an attitude at home. Half way through the 7th grade year I pulled him out and enrolled him at TLCA. The smaller class size was able to give him the attention he needed from the teacher to help him succeed. His grades improved significantly, he passed the 7th grade. By the time he was in the 8th grade his attitude started changing for the better. I am very proud to announce that my lost son, whom I did not think would make it through school is a Senior this year. He has a passion to succeed, again. TLCA made this difference in his life!
G. L Lecroy
As our oldest child approached school age, we started to have a lot of anxiety not knowing what the correct school choice would be for him. Do we homeschool? Public school? Private? A few months before he was set to start kindergarten, we learned about TLCA. From the very beginning, we KNEW it was the right place for our child. The staff immediately made us feel like part of a family, not just a number. Each principal has taken time to get to know not only my kid, but all of the kids. It’s truly amazing watching the high fives and hugs that are given to the kids regularly.
We love so much about TLCA. We love the family feel. We love how seriously education is taken. We love how comfortable our son feels there. We love that he starts each day happy and excited for school, and comes home in the same mood. We love that we can email or call ANYONE at the school at anytime about anything, and know we will get a response and be taken seriously.
Thank you TLCA
I knew I’d put him ONLY at TLCA when it was time to put him back into a school system. TLCA went out of their way repeatedly to get both of us settled and comfortable.
my jr high & high school athletes are Eagles at heart and love the athletics programs and staff. I would recommend this school to anyone.