I was looking to register my 9 year old for 3rd grade FOR THE 2016-2017 school year. My husband and I took time off of work twice to make sure this was the perfect school for our little girl. We decided to begin at Trinity Baptist Temple Academy . I received a call from Gregg (Principle ) and was informed that if I am not 100% on board with paddling my 3rd grader that she cannot attend their school. I explained to Gregg that I do not discipline my kids with paddles,Gregg explained to me that if I don't agree and give them permission to paddle my daughter in the rear end she will not be accepted in the school and I needed to agree to this policy or she will not attend their school. I was very disappointed that Gregg was more concerned with paddling my daughter than her education. I'm very shocked and disappointed on the schools priorities. I understating that in the end these are your rules and guidelines but I should not be discriminated because I don't allow you to SPANK my child.
800 W Berry StFort Worth, TX 76110
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145 W Polo RdGrand Prairie, TX 75052
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7500 Dutch Branch RdFort Worth, TX 76132
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Our daughter is in the toddler class and she LOVES this school. My husband and I can't say enough nice things about the teachers and the school. This was our first experience with sending her away from home and I have to say they made it a lot easier and we are SO glad we are sending her here.…
Our children love this school. The teachers have been there for years and truly love the children they teach. I can't say enough good things about this school.
We joined the TBTA family in 2012. The school offers a solid curriculum! The staff cares about getting people saved! They are not perfect... In fact no school is.. But they charge a low tuition and offer low student teacher ratios. We love TBTA
At first glance, Trinity Baptist Temple Academy seems like a dream. Low tuition, Christian education. Unfortunately what you find out later is that you are nickel and dimed all year, while your children are taught by teachers without degrees. Turnover rates for teachers and students is alarming, and family and church ties rule and reign, removing the ability of a balanced playing field. The assistant principal lacks communication and interpersonal skills, yet runs the school. Rules are enforced based on favor, not the handbook. More parties, movie days and pajama days are crammed into the short school year than ever thought possible. Disorganization runs rampant, and programs and classes are canceled at random. Speaking to graduating seniors was eye opening. They felt unprepared for college, and that their parents had wasted their money over the years sending them to this school. This seems to be a recent development over the past few years, having spoken to other families who are leaving the school after a long time. It's unfortunate, but kids cannot get a good education and the experience of Christ's love at TBTA.
Went for a tour of this school and found the office staff and director to be highly unwelcoming. My toddler, who was currently enrolled in a FW Montessori school whose day begins at 9am, was in need of a school that offered before care services for the approaching fall semester. This need lead us to tour Montessori School on Camp Bowie. Upon finding out that my toddler was currently enrolled in another Montessori school the director, Saulet Kureshy, became completely disinterested in having us tour their facility. She became very cold and closed off toward us. At the end of our very short tour, Saulet informed us that they likely were booked for fall. When I reminded her that her secretary had just told me 5 days earlier that they had several openings Saulet rudely responded that all spots had been filed and that they would get back to us as to whether or not they could welcome my toddler. We were not impressed with this school or the office staff who run it. When shopping schools you want a place who is warm and welcoming. This is not that place.
Premier High of fort worth sucks. Unlike the previous years, they have become very strict and very neglectful. The teachers and the principal abuse the students, both physical, emotionally, and sometimes sexually. You can't Premier High of fort worth sucks. Unlike the previous years, they have become very strict and very neglectful. The teachers and the principal abuse the students, both physical, emotionally, and sometimes sexually. You can't even survive one day without someone getting yelled at. You can getting written up for even the smallest and retarded things; like going to the restroom, getting out of your seat to get tissue, being tardy, not being social, and not participating in any school events. Plus, they do body searches to find your phone and when they do, they make pay 25 dollar to get it back. Life in this school(unlike the past years) is like a prison, you are locked up in your classroom and there are no breaks. You can ask to go anywhere else, but you get written up, however. They make the work hard, even though they are paks or the computer. You must do the projects, even if it kills you. The principal with make your life like it was a prison. The Staff want you to treated them like adults, but they treat you like kids in a prison. Anyone that wants to go to premier, don't unless you have a way to change it back to the way it was.
I want to thank Dr. and Mrs. Anderson for being a part of my son's journey. We are truly thankful for the Anderson School. They have blessed us with kindness, hope and understanding.
It seems that our lives are so busy that the moments to reach out and connect pass by, one by one. I just read a couple of Bill's weblogs about listening to the birds and providing a pesticide-free school for the kids and creatures. These points, and many other nature loving, love-is-the-answer, child empowering and God loving messages shared are just part of the reason I'm drawn to the Anderson School for the health and happiness of my children. So from my heart, thank you.
This school leaves alot to be desired. The administration can be very difficult to work with. The organization of the teachers and the school are lacking and as parents, it is unacceptable the position that it puts us in. Academically, they do well, but the programs that are advertised are not what is actually offered. My son has attended this school for many years and this will be his last. The shortcomings of the school are becoming more & more obvious. Please be sure to ask many, many questions when researching this school. It has come to my attention that this school is not accredited. Many kids who have tried to go to public school out of this school have had difficulties being accepted.
This is a great place to bring your child. My two year old has been going here and everyone is nice as can be! They have a curriculum, make hot meals for the kids, and the kids always have something to bring home to show you what they did! It's clean and always in order.