Our ProgramsK4 - 5 Academics
True Partnership Christian Academy is committed to providing the best academic experience for each student. We recognize that each child is an individual and has the ability to learn and achieve their full potential both academically and spiritually. With each day starting with prayer, students are encouraged to develop their personal relationship with Christ and allow Him to be the guide for their daily lives. Smaller class sizes led by experienced teachers allows for individualized attention, and for children to take an active part in their learning through class participation all in a loving and caring environment.
Our elementary classes offer a full curriculum of language arts, reading, math, social studies, and science. We encourage our students to become strong, fluent and confident readers using phonics, and focus and discipline are developed through cursive writing. Students to use examples from their daily lives to develop their scientific knowledge and understanding. Daily Bible classes and weekly chapel services encourage students to increase their understanding of the Bible and to use it as a guide for spiritual growth and to help develop strong moral character and values. Academic classes are supplemented with physical education and performing arts classes to enhance and develop skills and talents.
We encourage parents to be active participants in their child’s growth, development, and learning by actively participating in classroom activities, chapel services, and community projects.
True Partnership Christian Academy Elementary Promotion Criteria
A child enrolled in Pre-K must successfully master the current grade-level in order to earn promotion to kindergarten. The child must be mature enough to handle a structured curriculum and know the basics of Pre-K reading. Readiness for kindergarten will be determined by the child’s classroom grades and/or input from the school’s Principal.
A child enrolled in kindergarten must successfully master the current grade-level in order to earn promotion to the next level. Readiness for the 1st grade will be determined by the child’s classroom grades and/or input from the school’s Principal.
1st grade thru 5th grade.
A child enrolled in 1st – 5th grade must successfully master the current grade-level in order to earn promotion to the next grade. All core subjects (Math, Science, History, LA, and Bible) must be passed in order to be promoted. Should a child not pass the required core courses to earn a promotion, he or she will have the opportunity to attend summer school to learn the academic knowledge not demonstrated during the school year. A student who does not meet requirements after summer school will not be promoted.
AES – Academic Enrichment Services provides students of all ages with supplemental assignments and individual tutoring to achieve mastery in the desired content areas. AES assesses students to gain individual performance levels and learning styles, enabling us to teach directly to the specific needs and educational goals. AES offers the following services: Early Intervention Reading Programs (Grades K-3); Reading Instruction (Grades 4+); Writing Skills; Math; IEP Consultation & Support / Instruction for Special Needs Children. All services are customized to each student’s specific needs.
Modified courses (M) – The decision to enroll a student in a Locally Modified Course should be based on assessment and evaluation of the student’s academic functioning, educational history of the student, and the agreement and input of students and parents/caregivers, teachers and administrators.
Get In Touch
Location: 4554 Annistown Rd. Snellville, GA 30039
Telephone: (770) 299-9760
Elementary School Hours: M-F: 8:20am – 3:50pm
Middle & High School Hours: M-F: 8:20am – 4:00pm
Office Hours: M-F: 9am - 12pm
Starts June 17, 2024
Summer Enrichment School: For Elementary and Middle School Students
True Partnership Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,citizenship, ethnic or national origin, age, disability, medical status, military status, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, ancestry, or any legally protected status in any of its employment practices, educational programs, services or activities.
For additional information about nondiscrimination provisions, please contact the Office at 434 Conyers Rd. Loganville, GA 30052.