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Colorado Springs, CO

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975 Stout Rd
Colorado Springs, CO 80921

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September 14, 2014
TCA-East: We thought Military style as well but then we met with the teacher and more was explained: 1. Line up by number: Number corresponds to child's last name for lunch due to special meals. Many students could not spell their last name so they switched to numbers and practiced lining up. 2. Hand shake instead of hug: We prefer hugs but they started with handshake, greeting, and look in the eye in the AM to instill confidence in the student and to model how it is done in public. Teacher will give the choice of hugs later if the student wants one. 3. Group punishment: Teacher admitted it was a mistake and her mentor said it was not used as a standard practice. Since then, kids got to go to recess early if they stayed on track and finished the assignment instead of the whole class missing out. Overall: Order/rules vs. warm environment is a bit of a balancing act. Too far one way can cause rigid and strict environment and the other way can classroom chaos. Most schools due to their philosophy lean one way and it helps for the parent to be involved in order to bring balance.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2014
Waited to be accepted and already , first week in, Am regretting this decision. I can only speak for the East campus. It always seems tense. no One barely knows who the principle as she is not in the front Lines but stays behind doors. It is very cold and I would say Extremist military style tone towards children. They seem to exert authority over anything versus encourage A child. The carpool is a mess, waiting 20 minutes before Moving. Not looking promising.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2014
We have a kindergartner and so far, we have been nothing but pleased with TCA north. We followed their recommendations on what age our child should start and she loves school and is excelling. Academically she has made huge improvements in handwriting and math and has been reading for a few months. She loves the special subjects especially art class. However, the most important quality to us as parents are the virtues she is learning at home, to be respectful, kind, loyal etc. are being reinforced at TCA. When the class is disrespectful they are expected to apologize and sometimes miss recess. Her teacher is kind and loving but at the same time expects the children to behave at their full potential. And bonus points for rejecting Common Core so that teachers can continue to do their job to the best of their ability.

- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2014
my niece is going to this school - she is telling me every time I see her how much she wants to be home-schooled - the reason? Bullying is common among the girls - this school seems to suffer from " mean girl syndrome" through most grade levels - even in elementary! The teachers are too busy to cope with the curriculum and testing to care much about the happiness of the students. My nephew left the school last year because he doesn't exactly fit their description of " normal" - he was struggling with spelling due to dyslexia and the recommendation of the school was to put him in a public school as they don't have the resources to deal with him - maybe that is how they intend to keep their test scores up? He LOVES his new public school and the teachers have only good things to say about him- he finally has friends and feels accepted- nobody understands why he was labeled difficult! We will be taking my niece out after this school year - she hates to go to school every day!

- submitted by a community member
September 25, 2013
My child is in first grade and she is having a terrible experience with her drill sergeant teacher. I have asked her to show more love to my child (as she cries every day about school) but the teacher says "she'll adjust." Finally I talked to the principal, and asked for her to be moved due to incompatibilty. This was also unsuccessful. The principal has a loving personality, but as he explained "His hands are tied." TCA has small classes so they can micromanage the way the child holds a pencil, holds a book, tucks in their uniform, correct their posture and in the case of my childs teacher, requires them to say "yes, Ma'm." None of this is improving my child's reading but it is making her sad and nervous. My child spent 4 years on their "wait list" and I wish we hadn't wasted our effort.

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2013
Our oldest daughter was accepted into TCA at Central in 5th grade. It was one of the biggest blessings in our daughter's life. TCA opened their arms and wrapped them around our little girl. The principal and staff are absolutely phenomenal. Our daughter "lost" a year while in public school but the staff at TCA worked with her to catch her up and by the time 6th grade was in, she was caught up. The principal knows everyone & is always willing to chat with you about your student. The kids absolutely love him! The staff is amazing, sweet, and unbelievably generous with their time and talent. I cannot say enough about this amazing school that has done so much for my daughter. You cannot find a better elementary school in Colorado Springs. I know, we've looked. Trust your children to TCA. You will not regret it!

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2013
My child was bullied here by the children and the principal did not do anything about it! School is supposed to be a safe place for children. Also the school food is repulsive. I will not be coming back.

- submitted by a community member
October 28, 2012
Excellent school, great, caring teachers and small classes. We couldn't be happier with the school.

- submitted by a parent
September 22, 2011
Both my children have been at TCA in Colorado Springs for years. They both started out in kindergarten and are now in upper elementary. We have been at both the East and Central campuses. The education and personal attention that our children receive at TCA is excellent. Their class size would be so much more in a public school. The fact that all the elementary classes have a tutor/helper at least part time is a huge benefit. Many parents volunteer hours each week to assist the teachers and administration. The parent involvement is almost unparalleled with other schools. I know the wait list can be lengthy to get your child in to TCA. Your chances are best if you live in District 20 and get your child/children on the list as young as possible - but I tell you it is worth it. The teachers not only are passionate about teaching - but passionate about your children. I've always said that TCA is like getting a private school education & personal attention without the enormous cost - and also without the "sheltered" viewpoint that many private schools can have.

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2011
As with absolutely anything in life, one must put heart and mind into the experience to genuinely glean the most out of the adventure. Am I right? Most definitely. I graduated from TCA in the class of '09. I now maintain a 3.0 GPA in college, and I honestly attribute this success to the definite way this school views education. Education is a challenge that takes heart. BUT I see compliance in parenting killing the success of child education. You, parents and guardians, HAVE GOT TO let your kidos know that the challenge of education is to be welcomed. It is to be welcomed, because you let your child know, "Yes, you can do it, and yes; I am here to help you, because I care." Empower your little scholars, because the world is out to let them know they are only one person, they aren't amazing, and therefore, they amount to very little. The student who challenges is that is the one who has a solid support system at home-one that encourages the challenge and encourages the student. So, good job to the people out there doing it right. - thanks mom and dad.

- submitted by a community member
January 31, 2011
My Daughter is in Kindergarten at TCA and I can tell you she has learned a lot. I am not seeing any of the things going on in my daughters class that I read in a previous review! ( I too volunteer regularly in my daughters class) My Daughter continually learns and has developed skills in every area including socialization!

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2011
Great school for an average student who wishes to receive an average education. I was a parent volunteer for 3 years in my kids' TCA classrooms. It never failed that the smart group of kids (about 1/3 of the class) had the poorest behavior. They got great grades and felt wonderful about themselves, but were not being challenged. One of the teachers stated she would love to move my son faster in math, but she had to "teach toward the middle". So, if you don't mind your kid working toward mediocrity put him/her into TCA. We left. That wasn't our educational goal for our children.

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2010
Absolutely fantastic school! I have a 3rd grader and 5th grader who have had nothing but positive experiences at TCA. They are challenged in their learning and much is expected. This is going to prepare them for life. The teachers and administration couldn't be more caring. Each child is known individually and respected and loved. This is not the school for those who would rather their kids have it easy than be challenged.

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2010
The concept of the Mission statement/curriculum is good and some of the subjects are "rich" in value. However, the stress level starting in Kindergarten is overwhelming. The focus is only on math and phonics. All other "rich" subjects they profess are 15min/day. Your child will be tested every day and will not be supported but singled out as if they cannot keep up with 1% of the gifted ones. You should never have to tell a six year old they need tutoring. Elementary should not be college level but a chance to flourish, learn, and develop an interest in learning not despise it. This would be the worth the wait if they allowed more of their Mission statement to take charge and not the need to pass every college SAT scores or strive to have value in test scores. I would stay away from the hype.

- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2010
I have had two children attend the East campus of TCA for Elementary School. I love the fact that the elementary school goes to 6th grade. I love the curriculum, especially how rich it is in teaching history, grammar. I think it is weak in writing, reading. I too am concerned about the qualifications of the teachers. The teachers are part of teams which is valuable, especially to new teachers. For the most part the teachers are good but we have had our share of fair teachers. I think the school is still struggling to combat bullying issues especially amoung girls. I don't think staff want to admit how bad it can really be. The school overall is fantastic but would be better if it didn't just teach to one level. Those who struggle and those who are brighter than the avearage are ignore.

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2010
Many teachers don't have their teaching licenses and truly don't know how to teach reading and math, outside of the curriculum. If a child varies from the 'typical', then it's considered that it's the child's issue - not something the teacher needs to evaluate and then make accommodations to ensure the child is learning.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2010
TCA students that could move faster in class are not allowed to do so. Students that struggle often don't get the attention they need. Also, they are very quick to surprise you late in the year with a summer school recommendation. At spring parent/teacher conferences, I was told my daughter was reading at a 4th grade level (she's a 2nd grader), but still needed summer school. The thing they don't immediately share is that summer school costs $300./subject. So, they hand my daughter a B in math and reading and still recommmend summer school for each subject. That's too much stress for an 8 year old. This is a school that loves to toot it's own horn and put themselves on a pedastal. In my opinion, they aren't worthy of that pedastal. Based on my 3 years of experience, this school is nothing special.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2010
I love The Classical Academy because of the wonderful teachers who show such love and care for the children each and every day.

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April 14, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2010
I can't imagine there being a better school! Our kids attended two elementary campuses - Central and East. Our son has learning differences and their special services and resource room is unsurpassed. In one state we lived in, he didn't qualify for services but at TCA if he's just at grade level, he got tremendous help. They discipline with a lot of grace and try to find out why the kids are acting the way they have and resolve the problem at the source. The teachers also make the school what it is. Their hearts are into the kids and teaching them to enjoy learning through all 3 learning styles. On top of only having about 18 per class, each class has a part-time assistant. And the parents are just as dedicated which I think makes TCA the anomaly it is.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 28, 2010
Both my girls attend TCA and they amaze us with their knowledge. The teachers are fantastic and really care about teaching kids to be responsible, well educated citizens.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2010
Sent my kids there for 8 years, was great at first but now it's the worst!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 27, 2010
This is our first year at TCA and we couldn't be more pleased. Our daughter is in K, we are amazed by what she is has learned in just the first semester. TCA believes in partnering with parents, and we love that the school further instills the core values/core curriculum that we teach at home! We are pleased with the structure, the phonics program, and the math skills our child is demonstrating. The teachers are dedicated, kind, and loving towards students. Our daughter is excited to do her homework and complains on the days when she doesn't have any! Even the school's report card is in a class by itself. TCA is C.S.'s Shining Star... and we look forward to the day when all our kids will be attending here!

- submitted by a parent
October 23, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
no rating October 20, 2009
Great school. The pricipal is amazing. Awesome teachers. We are blessed to be at this school.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2009
I have two children now attending TCA and we love it. My oldest child was reading at a 5th grade level by the end of 1st grade! Yes, it may be considered a more conservative school, but we like that about TCA. And believe me, the kids all have very unique, individual personalities! They are not all sitting in one position or one direction as stated in one review! They are great kids who have learned when to act silly and when not to. Isn't this what they'll need to know in the 'real world' one day? I have been amazed at the things my children learn--in reading, writing, math, geography, art, music, Spanish, and more!

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August 18, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2009
I have two children attending TCA and a third one to start this year. TCA has a lot going for it and the staff has each child's best interest at heart. This school is very academic so I wouldn't recommend it to a student who is challenged academically. We are a Christian family and when we have had trouble, the parents have always been open to dialogue, even if we can't patch everything up. If we were not a Christian family, I'm not sure I'd feel comfortable sending my kids there. I think a non Christian might feel a bit left out since there tends to be much talk among the students of where they attend church, forming bible study groups, etc. Parent participation is expected, that is part of what makes TCA the great school it is. TCA is the best thing going for our family currently.

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2009
My child does attened TCA. I am also a chrisitan, but do not want my child only excepting of one type of person ( people) in the world. Kids will have to face the real world sooner or later, I do not want my child to be unexcepting of others. A true christian does not judge! If you are different or have different values from your peers at TCA then you will be critizied for it. Staff and Administration needs alot of work. We will be moving on next year.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2009
If you want to ensure that your child obtains fundamental skills to succeed, you will want to be on the waiting list and enroll him/her in the TCA. Comparing my two children from different school systems, I find that my youngest, who attends TCA, definitely has better skills to advance. Commenting on a previous message: I am for a Christian-based environment, where teachers, parents, and students are always reminded of Christian values!

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September 12, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2008
TCA is an exceptional school in that it allows parents numerous opportunities to be involved in their childrens' education. Like any school, there are internal problems, but the benefits far outweigh the negatives. The students are generally very respectful and as far as making the school better, the families need to get involved and make their voices heard. Character and morality is modelled and kindness is a character trait that is easily observed in students.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 31, 2008
As 'conservative Christian' but not wealthy parents, we are rather confused with some of the comments made. We actually find the school has changed over the time we have been here, and not for the better. It was a wonderful school, but aside from the dress code, it has now become more like a regular public school with all the normal problems which we didn't have before. We are looking at other options of which there are not many, because quite frankly the 'vision' and the actuality are no longer the same. The school has gotten too big, and the leaders aren't able to handle the goals that were set out many years ago. We are so very disappointed with the middle and high school in particular.

- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2008
Wonderful staged education based on learning the building blocks (times tables), grammar, GEOGRAPHY, history. Huge difference in math skills compared to my son's time at Prairie Hills. Only problem is that children come from all over town and its hard to meet and bond with neighborhood children. But since Da Vinci Academy is our home school, its not worth switching. Also, find some of the comments ridiculous about sitting at attention and only playing in one direction. Occasionally, a fun teacher organizes a game of kickball but even TAG is allowed. Not a highly conservative, rich, Christian parent either.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 23, 2008
I'm a former TCA parent. My 2 oldest children were in the elementary program for 3 years. They received an excellent education while there. From what I could see, TCA tries to provide an excellent academic education within the state's required framework, while still balancing family needs, which is of highest priority. Some of the posts complain about how it's run, who runs it, and the general mindset/paradigm of the people there... my response to those of you who are complaining is quit complaining and promptly remove your children. This is a charter school with a very definite vision which generally requires like-minded parents and staff to maintain that vision. If you don't fit in or like it, depart to a more 'liberal' public school of choice and be thankful you have that choice. Or start your own charter with your own vision!

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March 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2008
Please consider this before sending your child to TCA. This school is only for those students that are able to conform and have no personality of their own. If you do not donate, you will feel repercussions. If you are not active in your church or not Christian, your children will be teased and bullied by 'Christian' students. If your child is handicapped or impaired this is not the school for them. Minority? Forget it! One minority student was bullied so badly she is now homeschooled. The drug problem in the high school is ignored. Although they will tell you differently, there is no one to hold TCA accountable for their actions. The Board and their President are all about the bottom line.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 29, 2008
The elementary school use to be the best of the best. I am quite displeased with the administration at the North school, especially the principal and the president of the school. The north elementary principal there does not push for good behavior from the students and tries to ignore bad behavior rather than deal with it. She does not support high-quality teachers or parents of good-behavior students. The north elem principal and the president do not hold themselves accountable for the many problems that the school is encountering. They would rather ignore the problems than try to deal with them and they are now growing in great number.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2008
The curriculum is outstanding and the teachers are dedicated. The emphasis on integrity and character has made a very positive impact on my kids.

- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2008
School is very good for elementary, but don't expect miracles in middle or high school. From our experience, recommend transferring after elementary from an academic standpoint. As far as all the discussion about ethics and morals, kids are no better here; in some ways worse, because they hide a lot of more things from their parents or teachers/administration. Also, the colleges kids are attending are not impressive.

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January 02, 2008
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- submitted by a student
January 02, 2008
I just wish I could leave this school. My paretns think it's the best, but if they only knew what really went on here. THe kids don't have the best character like the school says. I've tried telling them, but they don't listen and think it's so great. They treat us like babies here. The classes my friends take at other high schools are way harder than what I have, and there are a lot more to choose from. I barely have to study here, that's the good part for me I guess - more free time to play on the computer.

- submitted by a student
January 02, 2008
TCA comes a long side of parents to teach children morals and values while instilling in them the best education they can give. According to test scores, this school has some of the highest scores in the state of Colorado. To me that speaks volumes. I want my daughter to be academically challenged, but also have reinforecment of what we teach at home. Respect, Modesty,Perserverence, family priorites are a must in my home. Here TCA lends support to the things that matter most to my family as a whole. Probably one of the best things I appreciate about TCA is the fact that they limit the amount of homework given to students. They do this because they are trying to balance school and family life.

- submitted by a parent
December 27, 2007
I placed my child on the wait list for three years due to the reputation that I had heard TCA had however I regret ever placing my child in this school. They place small children at the position of attention while seated in class, allow the children to play in only one direction on the playground, test 1st graders to be fast but not accurate in their work and when not fast enough they fail them, and when finally faced with serious environmental issues, failed to respond and take responsibility for their actions. My child was removed from this school immediately.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2007
This is my 2nd year teaching at TCA and I absolutely love the faculty, parents, and students. I constantly recieve encouragement and support from the people at TCA.

- submitted by a teacher
December 15, 2007
We have been with TCA for 6 years. We have been very pleased. My son attended a D-20 school for kindergarten and was an average reader, with in his first 4 months at TCA for 1st grade he was reading at a 3 grade level. When you write down the pro's and con's. You will find that the pro's outway the con's. Every school has issues. I have a middle school child. When I hear about what is going on in the back of school buses and the PDA that is allowed in the schools, I am thankful for our high standards. There was an issue of bullying and when the principal was told about it, it was nipped in th bud that day. We are proud to be a TCA family.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2007
My daughter started at TCA in 2nd grade and she has loved every single year. I originally transferred her there for a smaller classroom size and have found that the benefits have been much greater than expected. She is now in Jr High and our Principal Sojourner is phenomenol. My daughter is becoming an amazing and wellrounded young lady and I feel that TCA has been my partner in her character devlopment as well as academic achievements.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2007
We're a three-year TCA family. Outstanding teachers, guaranteed small classes, and a strong curriculum combine to make this a fabulous school

- submitted by a parent
December 13, 2007
I have to agree. The kids are very sheltered here. Life at the school certainly doesn't mirror the ethnic or religious diversity of the rest of the Springs, Colorado, or the U.S. Teachers are very average and they don't require state certification. We will be leaving after this year. Do not recommend.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2007
We just moved out of state and were forced to leave our great situation at TCA. We have one in 8th, 3rd and Kindergarten . My kids felt safe, loved and now since moving we have realized they were a full year ahead of most public schools academically. If you have a chance to be a part of this school you are blessed.

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2007
'A Wise Teacher Makes Learning A Joy' to 'Excellence With Honor.' The lengths to which TCA's administration goes to ensure that excellence is impressive. They discourage dissent and encourage mediocrity instead of innovation amongst teachers. Billing themselves as a school who teaches character to its students is a mistake as the only thing that the students will really learn is how to grind people into the ground.

- submitted by a former student
December 15, 2006
When My kids started there, I thought the school was great. When I became a part time teacher there I saw that there are a lot of problems.

- submitted by a teacher
December 08, 2006
The elementary is excellent and right on track.

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2006
My daughter has spent her high school years at Classical Academy and in many ways has regretted the time there. She has a few very caring, quality teachers but for the most part, they are inexperienced, incompetent and narrow-minded. The school bills itself as a 'character education' school, but many of the kids daily show a lack of true character. My daughter thinks that part a joke. Please really look into this school before jumping in. It's not all its cracked up to be. a concerned mother

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2006
TCA is fantastic! This will be my tenth year as a student here. The academics vary greatly from music,art, Marching,Concert and Jazz Bands, French, Latin, and Spanish to Literature and Great Women Authors. I love all the teachers. They really are concerned about the future of every student and make learning fun by using various ways to teach us a concept. Character Education is also a part of the curriculum. We learn about and practice using Respect, Responsibility, Perseverence etc... The students here are all very nice and there is rarley ever bullying. TCA students wear uniforms. I find it great that you do not have to worry about if your clothes are 'in'. The teachers can get strict about how we wear uniforms and if we are in correct uniform though. The level of Parental involvment is high compared to some schools in this area. -MT

- submitted by a student
August 30, 2006
i do not like this school at all. the teachers are very poor and there are hardly any electives to choose from.

- submitted by a student
July 30, 2006
The Classical Acacdemy is a very good school. The problem there is that there is bascally one group of people that can fit in there. White, well off, republican, conservative, christian familys. We also find that the school cares more about uniforms than academics. My child once had to sit in the office until school went out because she was wearing the wrong pants. She missed all of her classes. An also because of the empasis on character, both the students and the teachers can be very judgemental toward other students and their parents because of some poor choices they may have made. I also find their extracurricular activities to be lacking quite a bit.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2006
This school has great arts programs which give it a great classical feel. The school lacks a little in some sports but still has a good amount. Alos, this school has a medium parent involvement and you can talk to the teachers about any concerns

- submitted by a student
April 20, 2006
Improving in availability of subjects as school grows in size...still limited

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2006
TCA provides an excellent academically challenging school. They use the core knowledge curriculum. TCA provides spanish, art, and PE beginning in kindergarten. Class sizes are small. They have many opportunities for parent involvement and they provide great communitcation to the parents through emails, etc. There is also an empasis on charachter development. I would highly reccomend TCA.

- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2006
The school's stated mission begins with 'to assist parents...' and that is exactly what they do. We are getting ready to move out of state and leaving this school will be one of the most difficult things about the move.

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2005
A great school. Test scores are some of the highest in the state. Good emphasis on character education and the arts and a good sports program.

- submitted by a parent
September 29, 2005
We are very happy with the school: strong academics, small class size, strong values.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2003
Amazing school, with amazing teachers. They are extremely devoted and really making learning interesting and fun. The amount of material they cover each year is hard to believe. The character development program is key to having classrooms which function smoothly and allow a great amount of learning to take part each day. We've been with TCA since 2001 and are extremely pleased with the school and it's administration.

- submitted by a parent
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975 Stout Rd, Colorado Springs, CO  80921
(719) 484-0081
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