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North Richland Hills, TX
Students enrolled: 865

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6200 Holiday Lane
North Richland Hills, TX 76180

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(817) 520-6200
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September 04, 2015
There are new principals this year in each building. My children have been blessed by the middle school (Michael Campbell) and high school (Colin Madding) principals in the past as their teachers. They bring a fresh, renewed atmosphere for the students and teachers. You can feel the calm, peaceful, and happy attitudes when you walk in the buildings. The new positive re-enforcement for students behavior has changed the climate in just a few weeks. FWC is blessed to have these three new principals. If you are looking for a change from public school, now is a great time to make the move. Teachers are happy and students are happy!! Academics are accelerated at FWC, chapel is held daily and all students have Bible class daily. FWC is a great balance of academics, athletics and spiritual life for the students.

- submitted by a parent

May 14, 2015
Fort Worth Christian is the 2nd private school we have enrolled our children in and we tried public school for a couple of years. Coming here was hands down the best decision we ever made. If you feel God is calling your family to Christian education please consider FWC. I've seen how much the people here care for others. No place is perfect but as far as schools go, this is the most well-rounded experience you will find.

- submitted by a parent

May 13, 2015
I came to FWC not knowing anyone but the second I walked through the doors, I was greeted with smiles and open arms. FWC gave me a place I could call my second home. Joining the FWC cheer program was truly a phenomenal experience for me. Each girl grew closer on the squad through the years, we were more of a family than we were anything. FWC gave me an experience such as the Thailand mission trip that truly touched me in indescribable ways and changed my life forever. FWC showed me how to be a leader to the world and how to be a light to those in dark places. FWC gave me friendships that will live on and memories that will last forever. I will never forget my time at FWC.

- submitted by a student

March 24, 2015
I have been associated with Fort Worth Christian School for 15 years. One of my favorite things about the school is that we don't look back. We keep our focus forward and upward and it is our ultimate goal for everyone of our students to graduate from FWC with a strong faith in our God and a strong educational foundation to build upon. We genuinely love "our kids" and we cheer them on every single day. If you want your children to grow spiritually, to be challenged academically, and encouraged to find their strengths, then this is the school for you.

- submitted by a teacher

March 02, 2015
Our children have been at FWC since kindergarten and we have had the blessing to be in all three buildings. While we are aware that there is no such thing as a perfect school, FWC comes pretty close. We are thankful for loving teachers, a committed administration and an environment in which our children can be happy and successful.

- submitted by a parent

January 22, 2015
My husband and I are grateful for the Christian education our granddaughters are receiving at FWC. We love the school and enjoy attending their activities whenever we can.

- submitted by a community member

November 05, 2014
I too am VERY DISSAPOINTED with the school. I can not speak for the high school level but only for the elementary and middle school level. Both my children one in middle and the other in elementary school have been attending this school for a couple of years now. I will be transferring the one in elementary out next year. The elementary was great at one time until the newest principle took over. Don't be fooled by the soft spoken supposedly "Christian Man". If your child ever has to be disciplined by him...BEWARE because his true self will come out. He is a harsh man with dictator type of attitude. Rather than addressing the issue and solving the problem. He will just bring the child down. It's his way or the highway and I mean that literally. If he does not like your child for any reason, he will simply ask the parent to take the child elsewhere. The bible says, "Proverbs 22:6 "Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." None of which is instilled at the school. I encourage you all to pray first and then make your decision before placing your child in this school.

- submitted by a parent

September 11, 2014
We have been so happy at FWC! It has truly been a blessing to our family. The academics are challenging, the teacher's care about their students and other families have become 'family'. The school is large enough to have numerous activities (sports, music, art), but small enough that most students can participate and the make the team. The Christian values and education will carry over into college and life. FWC has certainly been a great fit!

- submitted by a parent
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Fort Worth Christian School
6200 Holiday Lane, North Richland Hills, TX  76180
(817) 520-6200
Last modified Fort Worth Christian School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Fort Worth Christian School Rating: 5 out of 5 based on 14 reviews. Top