Fort Worth Academy is an educational leader among private schools, employing many of the best and most innovative practices available. Here are just a few reasons we’re able to offer an exceptional education.
Each child receives a personalized education, guaranteed by a maximum class size of 15. No exceptions.
The groundbreaking ELI Initiative teaches students the values of Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and Innovation
The Academy specializes in K-8 education to provide children with an unmatched foundation for a life of academic and personal success.
The Academy is the only K-8 school to be honored by theLausanne Learning Institute, in recognition of the innovative 1:1 Laptop Program.
As a part of the Academy’s commitment to respect different learning styles, Fort Worth Academy became the first fully trained All Kinds of Minds site in Texas.
Students are empowered to seek and define excellence for themselves in an environment of curiosity and creativity.
Students are encouraged to take ownership of their education. For those seeking additional learning opportunities, course loads are supplemented with online courses and programs available from high schools and colleges.
Our students are exceptionally prepared and aggressively recruited by local high schools. Nearly 100% of graduates are accepted to the high school of their first choice. Students come to the Academy from around the country and around the world, creating a diverse student body and a true culture of community on campus.
We provide an environment that removes the fear of failure, rewards intellectual risk-taking and encourages the pursuit of personal excellence.
Faculty, Staff & Administration
Academy teachers collaborate with parents closely. Together, we can better understand a child’s learning style, effectively tailor teaching methods to their needs and ensure we capitalize on every opportunity to help your child fulfill their potential—whether it’s in class, on the playground or in your home.
Third grade teacher Danielle Ellis is known for her exuberant presentation style. One of her most popular class projects has been “Fish Tank”, an opportunity for her students to apply real life entrepreneurship skills to develop, prototype and present a product idea. She was named Teacher of the Year during her time in Washington D.C. and is the youngest teacher to ever receive the honor.