About This School
In 2010, Trinity Baptist Temple Academy had 11 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Texas average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Trinity Baptist Temple Academy Reviews
Do not recommend
TBTA offers a solid curriculum "Abeka Book" and is focused on teaching biblical principles to its students and tuition is low./affordable. Teachers do not hold degrees in education but are generally comprised of friends/family of its church. There has been a high turn over of teachers and students mid year and it has had a negative impact on our child's education .Our experience has been very frustrating dealing with administration and teachers. Questions and concerns about our child were rudely dismissed and left unresolved. Double standards and cronyism is very present and eclipses any good. We have found that the rules apply differently depending on whether or not you are a member of its church or denomination which is sad because the children really pick up on this and leaves them feeling dejected. There is no perfect school anywhere because nobody is perfect but this school just has too many issues to overcome.
Both of my children attend TBTA and have for two years. The academic education is top knotch with teachers that go above and beyond the call of duty to make sure each child succeeds. The small student - teacher ratio makes this a close-knit school! Most importantly the teachers and staff love and serve the Lord; they are at TBTA because of their relationship with God and obedience to Him. They extend that love to their students and partner with parents. It is not just a safe environment, it is God's environment.