Alsbury Children’s Academy (ACA) provides an environment where children grow and develop spiritually, cognitively, physically, emotionally, and socially through the guidance of nurturing teachers and staff.
ACA offers classes for children age 1 through Kindergarten. Each child is taught in an age-appropriate environment with an age-appropriate curriculum. AT ACA children discover how to love learning with experiences that grow them socially, emotionally, and spiritually.
Kindergarten classes follow Abeka curriculums with daily Bible time, circle time, active playtime inside and out, learning centers, and hands-on-learning activities. Students get to participate in weekly chapel, music, and science labs with hand-on experiments.
ACA is licensed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Our teachers are fingerprinted, background checked, and CPR and First Aid trained. They also compete twenty four (24) hours of continuing education per year. These things exemplify our commitment to provide the best and safest experience at ACA for you and your children.
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Two-year-old through Preschool – Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Kindergarten – Classes Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
If you have questions before you begin the Online Admissions Process please submit a Contact Form or call us at 817-475-8481 and we will be happy to answer your questions.
Tuition and Fees
ACA feels strongly about a quality head start on school for every child at a very affordable price. You can find our current Tuition and Fees here.
Enrollment at ACA couldn’t be easier. If you are new to ACA, complete the New Family Registration.
Existing families can re-register through their MyProcare page.
Note that all registrations have to be confirmed by ACA staff. You are not registered until you receive notification that your registration is complete and accepted.
The following required forms that apply to you must be submitted to the ACA office before school starts.
- Current shot record (available from the child’s physician).
- Completed Physician’s Statement
- Medicine Administration Form if your child will need medicine given to them during the day.
- Food Allergy Action Plan completed by your child’s physician if your child has any food allergies that will need special attention.