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Are you looking for a school that’s as passionate about your child’s education as you are? Get to know the institutions that excel in fostering a lifelong love of learning.

Alcuin School
6144 Churchill Way, Dallas, TX 75230
972/239-1745
Walter Sorensen, Head of School

The arc of the Alcuin student is a life-changing one.

From the time they arrive on campus as toddlers to the time we say tearful goodbyes at Upper School graduation, students undergo a nearly 18-year process of intellectual, social and emotional formation that is found in only ten other schools in the world.

Our unique integration of the Montessori philosophy and the International Baccalaureate® program makes this possible. From the primary to elementary levels, our Montessori guides help students become decision makers, creative thinkers, and collaborative workers. At 6th level, students begin a new transition with International Baccalaureate® teachers, who mold their already inquisitive minds and help them become empathetic global citizens with a lifelong passion for learning.

At Alcuin, teachers aren’t merely experts in their fields of study, they’re experts in child development. For us, the “status quo” isn’t enough. Every child needs a unique pathway to achieve his or her potential. We believe the combination of our Montessori and International Baccalaureate® programs do just that, and when that potential is realized, we believe our students will change the world.

I invite you to come visit us and see why we are one of the premiere Montessori and International Baccalaureate® schools in the world.


BASIS Fort Worth – Benbrook Campus
8901 Vista Way
Benbrook, TX 76126
817/662-7080

The network with six of the top 10 charter high schools in the nation and the top charter high school in Texas is coming to Fort Worth!

BASIS Texas Charter Schools offer world-class, tuition-free education for grades K–12 and we’re accepting applications for the 2022–2023 school year!

Please join our Interest List to stay up to date on all news and announcements related to BASIS Texas Charter Schools and our first campus in North Texas, BASIS Fort Worth-Benbrook.


The Covenant School
7300 Valley View Ln.
Dallas, TX 75240
Jennifer Peterson, Director of Admissions, jpeterson@covenantdallas.com

If you have children, you are already on an exciting adventure. You have been tasked with the most challenging responsibility known to humankind. At Covenant, we too are on an adventure. As a community of like-hearted families, we are on a journey of faith and learning together. 

We believe that who children spend time at school with most shapes their thinking and beliefs, and having quality, Christian teachers who care about them and support them day to day and year after year really matters. We know the way children learn—the specific ways they are taught—actually determines how their brains are formed, how their character is shaped, and how their spiritual lives develop.

If joy-filled school days, skills for success, lifelong learning, and connections to like-hearted families with a common purpose are what you are looking for, Covenant may be the school for you. Research our Classical, Charlotte Mason-based program, come observe how we experience authentic Christian Community together, and we hope you consider including the Covenant journey in your family’s life adventure.

Robert Littlejohn, PH.D. is the Head of School at The Covenant School. He has extensive experience in education and is the co-author of ”Wisdom and Eloquence, A Christian Paradigm for Classical Learning.”


Dallas Academy
950 Tiffany Way
Dallas, TX 75218
214/324-1481; fax 214/327-8537; email
Elizabeth Murski, M.Ed., LPC, Head of School

At Dallas Academy, our goal is to restore a love of learning, improve self-confidence, and ultimately have a positive impact on the entire family. Since 1965, Dallas Academy has offered a structured, multi-sensory program for students with diagnosed learning differences including dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADD/ADHD, and memory and processing disorders. 

As the Head of School, Ms. Elizabeth Murski prides herself on preparing students for further study and, more importantly, a successful life.

Join us for our LIVE Open House Thursday, January 20th. See our website to register today!


The Day School at Highland Park Pres
3821 University Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75205
214/525-6500

The Day School builds a firm foundation for children through partnering with families to educate the whole child within a nurturing Christian environment. The Day School is an atmosphere where families establish community. We believe that each area of early development is an integral piece of early childhood growth and learning and are committed to modeling Biblical principles and helping their children develop personal relationships with Jesus Christ. 


The Episcopal School of Dallas
4100 Merrell Road
Dallas, TX 75229
David L. Baad, Hobson Family Head of School

ESD is founded on the belief that every child is made in the image of a loving God and strives to ensure that every member of our community is known and loved, challenged, and nurtured. Our hallmarks—academic rigor and excellence, strong sense of community, understanding of self, and faith informed foundation of values—guide all that we do.

“ESD is committed to developing an educated conscience in its students that will ignite in them lives of purpose,” said David L. Baad, Hobson Family Head of School. “Our school’s dedication to this goal is what drew me to ESD and energizes the work that all of us do here. We are united in our goal to optimally challenge each student to be the best version of themselves in all aspects of their lives.” 

ESD is a co-ed learning community of 1,170 students ages 3 through grade 12 representing 68 zip codes across the Metroplex.

Can you picture yourself here? Apply now.


Fairhill School
16150 Preston Rd.
Dallas, TX 75248
972/233-1026
Carla Stanford, M.Ed., Executive Director, cstanford@fairhill.org

Students with learning differences find success at Fairhill School. For over 50 years, bright students with various learning differences have been able to overcome learning obstacles to reach their full potential. Fairhill has the feel of a traditional school while utilizing a customized approach to learning with multi-sensory instruction, small student teacher ratios, and a college preparatory curriculum. Fairhill’s highly qualified staff employ targeted interventions and academic support to build confidence, leading to academic success.


Fort Worth Academy
7301 Dutch Branch Rd.
Fort Worth, TX 76132
817/370-1191; email

Is your child being challenged at school? Are they bored by classwork, or excited by it? 

At Fort Worth Academy, students engage in academically-challenging experiences focused on entrepreneurship, leadership, and innovation through a focus on project-based learning, STEAM lessons, and our signature E.L.I. Initiative. Small class sizes and one of the lowest student-to-teacher ratios in the DFW area make highly personalized attention possible. The result: students with more curiosity and more confidence.

A team of expert teachers empower young people to think critically, lead with empathy, and collaborate effectively in a diverse environment so that students can become the innovators and problem-solvers of tomorrow. Students graduate as self-aware, self-driven, courageous, and creative Trailblazers who are prepared for both academic and lifelong success. 

Head of School Shannon Elders explains, “Everyone here contributes to a unique environment that removes the fear of failure, rewards intellectual risk-taking, and encourages curiosity and creativity through experiential learning.”


Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts
3901 S. Hulen St.
Fort Worth, TX 76109
817/924-1482; email

At Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts (FWAFA), we pride ourselves on academic and artistic excellence. Students, grades 3–12, are immersed in rigorous, conservatory style instruction in Dance, Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts with the option to choose a fine arts endorsement before high school. Students are provided with unique opportunities to showcase their talent in school performances and art shows, as well as throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth community.

 A proven leader in education, FWAFA ranks among the top public schools in Texas, and has consistently ranked among best high schools in the nation. Our curriculum is based on the National Core Art Standards and Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) guidelines. Additionally we offer Pre-AP and AP course offerings in all secondary subjects. Our highly-qualified faculty help prepare students for success in college and beyond, committed to engaging and challenging them along the way. Not content with mediocrity, FWAFA graduates advance to Ivy League universities and top colleges, appear on Broadway, television, and movie productions, and lead successful careers in many professional industries. At FWAFA, the stage is set for success!

Open enrollment dates are January 12–February 14. Click here for more information about the admission process. 


Fort Worth Christian School
6200 Holiday Ln.
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
817/520-6200

For 60+ years in North Richland Hills, FWC has been the leader in Christ-centered, college preparatory education for NE Tarrant County. It is our vision for every graduate to continue a life of faith, service, and leadership for Christ. To that end, our mission is to be a leading Christ-centered, college preparatory school where every student is known, loved, and valued, taught excellence in and out of the classroom, and empowered by a biblical worldview. Championship athletics and fine arts AND rigorous academics, all in a small-class environment. From preschool through 12th grade, join the FWC community!


Grace Academy of Dallas
11306A Inwood Road
Dallas, TX 75229
214/696-5648

Grace Academy of Dallas is “Christ-Centered and Future-Focused.” Grace Academy is located in the heart of Preston Hollow and serves students in Pre-K3 through the sixth grade. We proudly partner with families to meet both the educational and spiritual needs of each child and offer a unique balance of an academically rigorous curriculum within a nurturing, Christian environment. Students are encouraged to maintain a balance of academic, spiritual, social, athletic, and artistic pursuits and to discover new gifts and talents. 

Join Grace Academy this fall for a campus tour and discover how your child can “grow with grace!” 


Grapevine Faith Christian School
730 E. Worth Street
Grapevine, TX 76051

Grapevine Faith exists to develop and graduate authentic Christian leaders. In partnership with Christian families, we educate children ranging from Pre-K through 12th grade. Faith offers a unique educational opportunity for students through a challenging, Christ-centered, biblically-based school program with excellence in academics, athletics, and creative arts. We strive to infuse a biblical worldview in every aspect of the school experience, and encourage ministry and mission-mindedness to the local community and beyond.

Faith is co-educational, evangelical, and college-preparatory with selective admission. Upcoming Open Houses: January 25, February 15, March 22, and April 12. Click here for details and registration.


Hill School of Fort Worth
4817 Odessa Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76133
817/923-9482; email

Success starts at Hill School.

You want your child to succeed. And we’re here to help. For nearly 50 years, Hill School has been devoted to fostering a supportive environment that encourages growth and helps students reach their full potential. By addressing the needs of every individual, our programs are designed to strengthen students’ social, emotional, and physical well-being.

Every student can learn. And with the right skills and strategies, different learners can thrive. Call us today to discover the Hill School difference!


Inspire Academy
55 Main St. #280–291
Colleyville, TX 76034
817/803-5010
Dana Judd, M Ed., CALT, DLTx, Head of School

At Inspire Academy, we work to create a safe place to learn. Our instructors work with students of all abilities, providing both the community and individualized attention children with Learning Differences need. We focus on outside the box, multi-sensory techniques. Through our supportive community and unique instruction, students are able to reduce their anxiety and not only learn to be themselves, but how to learn effectively.

Contact us today to learn more!


Key School
7950 John T. White Road
Fort Worth, TX 76120
817/446-3738

Key School has been the hallmark for serving students with learning differences in the Fort Worth area since 1966, truly pioneering the way. The school, which serves students in grades K–12, recently opened a new 12-acre campus in East Fort Worth to meet the needs of a growing population of children with learning differences.

With a small student to teacher ratio, every student can receive the individualized attention, support, and mentorship needed, making that one of the school’s greatest strengths. 

Key School is a division of the Key Center for Learning Differences (KCLD) whose mission is to support students with learning differences through individualized instruction, training and advocacy. In addition to Key School, KCLD programs include Key School Summer Program, Key Core Online and Key School Academic Language Therapy Training and Preparation (KSALT) program. For more information, visit us online.


The Lamplighter School
11611 Inwood Road
Dallas, TX 75229

The Lamplighter School embraces and celebrates the natural curiosity and exuberance with which young children explore their world. Our Pre-K (age 3) through fourth-grade program promotes academic excellence; engages children in the joy of learning; embraces diversity within an inclusive community; encourages creativity and discovery through hands-on learning including woodworking, drama, cooking, and entrepreneurial programs; and connects students with nature through our campus gardens, creek, and barn animals.


Life School
132 East Ovilla Road, Suite A
Red Oak, TX  75154

Feed your child’s natural curiosity.

As a charter school, we live by our mission—to develop leaders with life skills through strong academics, character training and partnerships with parents and the community. Our mission is built upon three values above all others—building trust, valuing people, and continually improving.

When you join the Life School family, we become partners in your child’s success. Together, we help your child be ready to learn, ready to lead, and ready for life. This includes a strong focus on Science and Mathematics. More than the subjects themselves, STEM contributes to critical thinking and creative problem solving. At Life School, students grow academically through hands-on exploration. Your child learns to ask strong questions, plan experiments, collect data, analyze information, collaborate, and solve problems.

 This combined emphasis on values, leadership, and critical thinking helps prepare your child for his or her greatest potential.

Ready to learn. Ready to lead. Ready for life.


Mosaic Academy
1400 College Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76104
817/204-0300

Whether you are considering home education for the first time, or seeking new options for your students we invite you to take a look at the distinct approach Mosaic Academy uses to empower home educators. A private, part-time school for home educators.


The Oakridge School
5900 W. Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, TX 76013
Office of Admissions: 817/451-4994 

Founded in 1979, The Oakridge School is a coed, independent, college preparatory school in Arlington that serves students age 3 through grade 12 in a diverse, intellectually stimulating, and academically challenging environment. Our campus is home to nearly 700 students from 33 cities across the Dallas-Fort Worth region.

We live our mission to inspire students to seek their full potential in academics, the arts, and athletics in a challenging and nurturing environment that cultivates social responsibility, mutual respect, and personal integrity.

Fast Facts:

  • 100% of Graduates are accepted to 4-year colleges/universities
  • 50% of Faculty hold advanced degrees
  • 15 Sports offered 

Our Redeemer Lutheran School
7611 Park Lane
Dallas, TX, 75225
214/302-5845

Why do parents love Our Redeemer?

We are a family with the common goal of creating an academically focused, joy-filled, and spiritually rich learning environment for all our students. Our rigorous academic programs are paired with character development, leadership skills, and good citizenship. Christian teachings and values are woven into every day through Bible stories, chapel time, and memory verses. Families can customize their child’s education with selections from our Enrichment Strands. Our Redeemer equips students to master their future academic careers while molding them into well rounded, conscientious individuals.


Pantego Christian Academy
2201 West Park Row
Arlington, TX 76013
817/460-3315; email
Lisa Mann, Admissions Director

A deep Christian school experience is our fundamental commitment at Pantego Christian Academy. Each day your child is immersed in sound Biblical teaching, mentoring and dynamic spiritual growth.

Our students study the Word, help each other grow and they put their faith into action through mission trips and meaningful service to the community while growing toward a faith that is truly their own for a lifetime.

We strive to do this by:

  • Surrounding students with like-minded Christian friends and faculty while not isolating them from the world.
  • Providing rigorous and up-to-date curriculum that challenges and prepares students for the next level.
  • Integrating a Biblical worldview in every subject and activity at PCA.
  • Providing Bible classes and weekly chapels for all students.
  • Offering several local service projects and mission opportunities.

Parish Episcopal School
Hillcrest Campus, PreK (3 yrs old)–2nd Grade
14115 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, TX 75254
Midway Campus, 3rd–12th Grade
4101 Sigma Road
Dallas, TX 75244
972/852-8737

Parish Episcopal School is celebrating its 50th Anniversary!

Since 1972, Parish’s focus has been the whole child and the whole family, nurturing students to thrive in a joyful, supportive and collaborative environment. As an inclusive Episcopal community, it strives for belonging for every member; the unmatched community connection that one experiences here – parents, grandparents, students, faculty/staff, alumni—is special.

Entering a celebratory year while previously being disconnected from one another due to a pandemic is challenging; however, in true Parish fashion, families rally to celebrate the School’s legacy. Dave Monaco, Allen Meyer Family Head of School, implores the community to “travel with an intentional commitment to reconnection to rediscover the joy that swells when we spend our days together.” That joy is evident at every turn in the halls of Parish and the growth that comes with it is palpable.

Building on its foundation throughout the last 50 years, Parish (PreK-12th grade), remains steadfast in its commitment to families while expanding the possibilities for students. From signature programs exploring leadership, STEM, global studies and more, to social/emotional programs ensuring student needs are met, to premier facilities in STEM, athletics and arts, including the recently opened 55,000 sq.ft. Noble Family Performing Arts Center, the possibilities are infinite at Parish.

Join Mr. Monaco on February 2, 2022 at 9am to hear more. Visit us online for registration details.


Scofield Christian School
7730 Abrams Rd.
Dallas, TX 75231
214/349-6843; email
Dr. Traci Tucker, Head of School

As a Christian educator for 30 years, I believe that each child is unique, made in the image of God. We partner with parents to develop their child’s intellect and character, empowering them to serve God in today’s changing society.

Since 1961, Scofield Christian School has provided children, 3K through 6th grade with an academically challenging, multi-sensory education, integrated with Biblical truths within a nurturing, Christ-centered environment. Please call to schedule a personal tour. 

Register for our Admissions Coffee: January 13, 2022


Shelton School and Evaluation Center
17301 Preston Rd.
Dallas, TX 75252
972/774-1772

New year…new campus…new horizons.

We’re in our new 30-acre campus doing great things with our same mission since 1976. We’re changing the way the world thinks about learning differences with our customized approach within a mainstream environment and by cultivating the unique gifts and talents of the creative, intelligent and resilient students we serve.  

We’re the largest independent school worldwide for intelligent students who just happen to have a learning difference. Services also include an evaluation center, a speech therapy center, and outreach/training.  

Our theme for the year is New Horizons / Endless Opportunities.


Southwest Christian School
Chisholm Trail Campus, PreK–6th Grade
6801 Dan Danciger Rd.
Fort Worth, TX 76133
Lakeside Campus, 7th–12th Grade
6901 Altamesa Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76123

Founded in 1969, Southwest Christian School has served students for more than half a century. SCS’s mission as a Christ-centered college preparatory school is to equip students academically and spiritually to be leaders in the world.

Academically Excellent
An atmosphere of scholarship starts at the top. That’s why more than 75 percent of our faculty and staff either hold or pursue advanced degrees in their content area. Academic opportunities for our students include honors, Dual Credit, and AP courses, all taught in small classroom settings that encourage discussion and one-on-one instruction. 

Globally Minded
An important part of learning to be globally minded is looking beyond what is familiar and comfortable. Students at SCS develop a global perspective through exposure to world cultures, foreign languages, and, when possible, travel experiences. 

Distinctively Christian
As an interdenominational school, our biblically integrated curriculum is taught by teachers who daily model faith and reinforce the values of home and church. By using a biblical worldview to form foundational understandings of responsible, proactive citizenship, we are preparing our students to be leaders in the world.

Schedule a visit to learn more about SCS.


St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School
2016 Willis Ln.
Keller, TX 76248
817/431-4845

Students are challenged to grow in knowledge, virtue, and faith through vigorous academics in a faith-filled environment at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Multi-sensory activities and lively discussion bring each core subject to life: math, science, English language arts, religion, and history. Learning is enriched with a variety of specials and electives: foreign language, music, art, drama, band, library, outdoor learning, physical education, and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (options vary by grade). Students participate in recess daily, have access to chef-prepared hot lunch, extra-curricular activities, and onsite extended care. Schedule a tour today!


St. John’s Episcopal School
848 Harter Road
Dallas 75218
214/328-9131

At St. John’s, children are not only taught to embrace and celebrate learning as a joyous, lifelong pursuit, but to proudly and courageously apply what they know, across all aspects of their lives.


St. Mark Catholic School
1201 Alma Drive
Plano, TX 75075
972/578-0610

As a leader in advanced education methods, St. Mark is a two-time National Blue Ribbon school and is home to the SMARTLAB® technology facility where students develop next generation skills through hands-on, project-based learning. Exemplary academics and instruction in art, music, foreign language, STEAM, virtual/augmented reality, coding, and physical education combine with faith education and a spirit of community service to develop the whole child: mind, body and spirit. Schedule a visit and learn how tradition meets innovation, preparing students for the 21st century.

Now offering:

  • Part-time PK3: Choose 3 days/week (pick your days) or 5 days/week
  • Full-time PK3–8th grade

St. Philip’s School & Community Center
PK2–7th grade, 8th grade coming fall of 2023
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Dallas, TX 75215
214/421-5221
Dr. Terry J. Flowers, Perot Family Headmaster

January 20, 2022 marks Dr. Terry J. Flowers’ 38th year of service with St. Philip’s School and Community Center. His experience and leadership led to the establishment of curriculum for St. Philip’s that emphasizes academic excellence, a positive self-image, and faith-based focus for life. Alongside the strong academic program are numerous collaborative social service and community development activities. This broad-based approach has established St. Philip’s as a model educational institution for inner-city schools—public, charter, and private.


Texas School of the Arts
6025 Village Pkwy.
Edgecliff Village, TX 76134
817/732-8372; email

The arts are a vital part to quality education and it is our mission to ensure we provide students with the opportunity to be empowered through arts education. At Texas School of the Arts (TeSA), students in grades K–5 are inspired to grow both academically and artistically. Our school offers an environment where children are encouraged to think creatively, innovate, and collaborate, paving the path to a promising future in any field they choose. 

Unique to our curriculum, students are immersed daily in Dance, Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts classes. Using National Core Arts Standards and Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, teachers create individualized curriculum that meets the needs of every student, developing their artistic techniques and performative qualities.   

Each year TeSA is ranked among the top public schools in Texas. Our low student to teacher ratios ensure each child is engaged and challenged at their individual level. A well-rounded education is the key to success in school and beyond. We strive daily to create a sense of community and belonging in our school and your child belongs here too. 

Open enrollment dates are January 12–February 14. Click here for more information about the admission process. 


Trinity Christian Academy
4954 E. I-20 Service Rd South
Willow Park, TX 76087
817/441-5897
Mr. Mike Skaggs, Head of School

Mr. Skaggs came to TCA as secondary principal in 2000, serving in that role until assuming the title of Head of School in January 2012. He sees his job as consisting of two primary roles. First and foremost, it is his duty to maintain the school’s vision and mission, keeping student discipleship and programmatic excellence at the heart of all areas of school life. Second, he works to equip the many wonderful people on staff at TCA with all they need to best fulfill their own roles.

Why is TCA a special place for you? “Simply put, it’s the people that make up the TCA family. There just isn’t another group of people like our students, parents, teachers and staff anywhere else. They love God and one another well, and it is a privilege to serve alongside them all. I’m grateful that the Lord has me here at this season in the life of this wonderful school.”


Trinity Valley School
7500 Dutch Branch Road
Fort Worth, TX 76132
817/321-0100

Trinity Valley School offers extraordinary learning opportunities to children from Pre-Kindergarten through graduation. The TVS mission emphasizes fine scholarship and a wide range of constructive interests that promote lasting values, providing students a foundation for academic, personal, and professional success. Skilled educators and coaches guide and support students, inspiring them with varied experiences from integrated technology to fine arts, athletics to entrepreneurial studies, and beyond.

The Global Education Program connects students with partner schools worldwide to promote cross-cultural understanding.

The Trojan Outdoor Experience Program engages students in environmental education and outdoor adventure. Our campus has four extraordinary areas for play, including our new Ninja Warrior course. Unstructured play provides outstanding social and emotional development, and after time outdoors, students perform better in the classroom.

The TVS athletic program enhances students’ cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being. Students in grades K–8 have P.E. five days per week; Pre-K students, three days per week. In Upper School, TVS fields 68 teams representing 23 sports.

We educate the whole child. Come experience TVS with us!


Ursuline Academy of Dallas
4900 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, TX  75229
469/232-1800

An Ursuline graduate is a woman of faith and reflection. She embodies Serviam by using her gifts to learn from and serve others. She appreciates multiple perspectives and celebrates the uniqueness of all locally and globally. She encourages and exemplifies integrity and resiliency. She is a lifelong learner who engages with others ethically, critically, and empathetically. She is an independent, innovative thinker who instigates and embraces change. She strives to build a strong sense of community.

Join us at Ursuline Academy of Dallas, an all-girls Catholic college preparatory school for grades 9–12. For more information, please contact the Office of Admissions at 469/232-1800.  

Experience Ursuline Academy at our Adventure Camps and Athletic Camps. Give your child a summer filled with fun, creativity, curiosity, innovation, and friendship! Camps run weekly from June 6–July 28.


Wesley Prep
9200 Inwood Rd.
Dallas, TX 75220
214/706-9568; email

“Enlightened Minds. Compassionate Spirits.” is the mantra lived out with intention since the school began 53 years ago. “Our program is based on the belief that children learn best when they feel confident, safe, nurtured, and challenged. That is the foundation and fabric of Wesley Prep,” said Linda Altick, executive director. Wesley Prep is known for having fabulous teachers and an environment which puts students first. They educate and prepare the whole child—academically, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. The result is sixth-grade graduates who receive acceptances to multiple schools and are prepared to be strong participants in their own futures.


The Westwood School
14340 Proton Road
Dallas, TX 75244
972/239-8598

Westwood offers a special and unique environment where children establish the foundation for all future social relationships and academic success. We help children grow into caring young adults who are inquisitive, informed, and inspired to succeed in an ever-changing world.


White Rock Montessori
1601 Oates Drive
Dallas, TX 75228
214/324-5580

Nestled beside a creek on wooded acreage in the Casa Linda area of East Dallas, White Rock Montessori serves approximately 170 students, ages three through 8th grade. The school was among the early Montessori elementary and middle schools in the nation and is recognized today as one of the city’s finest Montessori programs.

For the 2022–2023 school year, White Rock Montessori will expand its early childhood offerings with new year-round, full day toddler and primary programs for children ages 18 months to 6 years.


The Winston School
K–12th Grade, College Preparatory School
5707 Royal Lane
Dallas, TX 75229
214/691-6950; email
Rebbie J. Evans, Head of School

Known for its ability to maximize the potential of bright students who learn differently®, The Winston School is a small college preparatory school that empowers students to face the challenges of tomorrow. Winston provides students an environment that supports and celebrates their individuality and creativity. Complementary to Winston’s exemplary academic experience are its dynamic programs in visual and performing arts, athletics, leadership and solar science. Contact our admissions office to learn more or RSVP to our January 13, 2022 Open House.


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